Daily Archives: January 19, 2021

CVE-2020-11997

Apache Guacamole 1.2.0 and earlier do not consistently restrict access to connection history based on user visibility. If multiple users share access to the same connection, those users may be able to see which other users have accessed that connection, as well as the IP addresses from which that connection was accessed, even if those users do not otherwise have…

CVE-2020-27268

In SOOIL Developments Co., Ltd Diabecare RS, AnyDana-i and AnyDana-A, a client-side control vulnerability in the insulin pump and its AnyDana-i and AnyDana-A mobile applications allows physically proximate attackers to bypass checks for default PINs via Bluetooth Low Energy.

CVE-2020-27266

In SOOIL Developments Co., Ltd Diabecare RS, AnyDana-i and AnyDana-A, a client-side control vulnerability in the insulin pump and its AnyDana-i and AnyDana-A mobile applications allows physically proximate attackers to bypass user authentication checks via Bluetooth Low Energy.

CVE-2020-28707

The Stockdio Historical Chart plugin before 2.8.1 for WordPress is affected by Cross Site Scripting (XSS) via stockdio_chart_historical-wp.js in wp-content/plugins/stockdio-historical-chart/assets/ because the origin of a postMessage() event is not validated. The stockdio_eventer function listens for any postMessage event. After a message event is sent to the application, this function sets the “e” variable as the event and checks that the…

CVE-2020-27269

In SOOIL Developments Co., Ltd Diabecare RS, AnyDana-i and AnyDana-A, the communication protocol of the insulin pump and its AnyDana-i and AnyDana-A mobile applications lacks replay protection measures, which allows unauthenticated, physically proximate attackers to replay communication sequences via Bluetooth Low Energy.

CVE-2020-27258

In SOOIL Developments Co., Ltd Diabecare RS, AnyDana-i and AnyDana-A, an information disclosure vulnerability in the communication protocol of the insulin pump and its AnyDana-i and AnyDana-A mobile applications allows unauthenticated attackers to extract the pump’s keypad lock PIN via Bluetooth Low Energy.

CVE-2020-27264

In SOOIL Developments Co., Ltd Diabecare RS, AnyDana-i and AnyDana-A, the communication protocol of the insulin pump and its AnyDana-i and AnyDana-A mobile applications use deterministic keys, which allows unauthenticated, physically proximate attackers to brute-force the keys via Bluetooth Low Energy.