In Avast Antivirus before v17, an unprivileged user (and thus malware or a virus) can mark an arbitrary process as Trusted from the perspective of the Avast product. This bypasses the Self-Defense feature of the product, opening a door to subsequent attack on many of its components.Read more >>

In Avast Antivirus before v17, using the LPC interface API exposed by the AvastSVC.exe Windows service, it is possible to launch predefined binaries, or replace or delete arbitrary files. This vulnerability is exploitable by any unprivileged user when Avast Self-Defense is disabled. It is also exploitable in conjunction with CVE-2017-8308 when Avast Self-Defense is enabled. The vulnerability allows for Denial of Service attacks and hiding traces of a possible attack.Read more >>

The UDFclient (before 0.8.8) custom strlcpy implementation has a buffer overflow. UDFclient's strlcpy is used only on systems with a C library (e.g., glibc) that lacks its own strlcpy.Read more >>

Mura CMS 7.0.6967 allows admin/?muraAction= XSS attacks, related to admin/core/views/carch/list.cfm, admin/core/views/carch/loadsiteflat.cfm, admin/core/views/cusers/inc/dsp_nextn.cfm, admin/core/views/cusers/inc/dsp_search_form.cfm, admin/core/views/cusers/inc/dsp_users_list.cfm, admin/core/views/cusers/list.cfm, and admin/core/views/cusers/listusers.cfm.Read more >>

LibreSSL 2.5.1 to 2.5.3 lacks TLS certificate verification if SSL_get_verify_result is relied upon for a later check of a verification result, in a use case where a user-provided verification callback returns 1, as demonstrated by acceptance of invalid certificates by nginx.Read more >> Canvas 3.3.0 has XSS in the title and content fields of a "Posts > Add New" action, and during creation of new tags and users.Read more >>

A path traversal vulnerability exists in simple-file-manager before 2017-04-26, affecting index.php (the sole "Simple PHP File Manager" component).Read more >>

kedpm 0.5 and 1.0 creates a history file in ~/.kedpm/history that is written in cleartext. All of the commands performed in the password manager are written there. This can lead to the disclosure of the master password if the "password" command is used with an argument. The names of the password entries created and consulted are also accessible in cleartext.Read more >>

libyara/re.c in the regex component in YARA 3.5.0 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (out-of-bounds read and application crash) via a crafted rule that is mishandled in the yr_re_exec function.Read more >>

Artifex Ghostscript through 2017-04-26 allows -dSAFER bypass and remote command execution via .rsdparams type confusion with a "/OutputFile (%pipe%" substring in a crafted .eps document that is an input to the gs program, as exploited in the wild in April 2017.Read more >>

Stack-based buffer overflow in the ipv6_addr_from_str function in sys/net/network_layer/ipv6/addr/ipv6_addr_from_str.c in RIOT prior to 2017-04-25 allows local attackers, and potentially remote attackers, to cause a denial of service or possibly have unspecified other impact via a malformed IPv6 address.Read more >>

gnome-shell 3.22 through 3.24.1 mishandles extensions that fail to reload, which can lead to leaving extensions enabled in the lock screen. With these extensions, a bystander could launch applications (but not interact with them), see information from the extensions (e.g., what applications you have opened or what music you were playing), or even execute arbitrary commands. It all depends on what extensions a user has enabled. The problem is caused by lack of exception handling in js/ui/extensionSystem.js.Read more >>

FreeType 2 before 2017-03-26 has an out-of-bounds write caused by a heap-based buffer overflow related to the t1_builder_close_contour function in psaux/psobjs.c.Read more >>

** DISPUTED ** The disas_insn function in target/i386/translate.c in QEMU before 2.9.0, when TCG mode without hardware acceleration is used, does not limit the instruction size, which allows local users to gain privileges by creating a modified basic block that injects code into a setuid program, as demonstrated by procmail. NOTE: the vendor has stated "this bug does not violate any security guarantees QEMU makes."Read more >>

dpkg-source in dpkg 1.3.0 through 1.18.23 is able to use a non-GNU patch program and does not offer a protection mechanism for blank-indented diff hunks, which allows remote attackers to conduct directory traversal attacks via a crafted Debian source package, as demonstrated by use of dpkg-source on NetBSD.Read more >>

On Wireless IP Camera (P2P) WIFICAM devices, access to .ini files (containing credentials) is not correctly checked. An attacker can bypass authentication by providing an empty loginuse parameter and an empty loginpas parameter in the URI.Read more >>

Wireless IP Camera (P2P) WIFICAM devices have a backdoor root account that can be accessed with TELNET.Read more >>

On Wireless IP Camera (P2P) WIFICAM devices, an attacker can use the RTSP server on port 10554/tcp to watch the streaming without authentication via tcp/av0_1 or tcp/av0_0.Read more >>

Wireless IP Camera (P2P) WIFICAM devices have an "Apple Production IOS Push Services" private RSA key and certificate stored in /system/www/pem/ck.pem inside the firmware, which allows attackers to obtain sensitive information.Read more >>

Wireless IP Camera (P2P) WIFICAM devices rely on a cleartext UDP tunnel protocol (aka the Cloud feature) for communication between an Android application and a camera device, which allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information by sniffing the network.Read more >>

TP-Link C2 and C20i devices through firmware 0.9.1 4.2 v0032.0 Build 160706 Rel.37961n allow remote code execution with a single HTTP request by placing shell commands in a "host=" line within HTTP POST data.Read more >>

TP-Link C2 and C20i devices through firmware 0.9.1 4.2 v0032.0 Build 160706 Rel.37961n allow DoSing the HTTP server via a crafted Cookie header to the /cgi/ansi URI.Read more >>

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