Daily Archives: January 26, 2021

CVE-2021-1071

NVIDIA Tegra kernel in Jetson AGX Xavier Series, Jetson Xavier NX, TX1, TX2, Nano and Nano 2GB, all L4T versions prior to r32.5, contains a vulnerability in the INA3221 driver in which improper access control may lead to unauthorized users gaining access to system power usage data, which may lead to information disclosure.

CVE-2021-1070

NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier Series, Jetson Xavier NX, TX1, TX2, Nano and Nano 2GB, L4T versions prior to 32.5, contains a vulnerability in the apply_binaries.sh script used to install NVIDIA components into the root file system image, in which improper access control is applied, which may lead to an unprivileged user being able to modify system device tree files, leading…

CVE-2020-23776

A SSRF vulnerability exists in Winmail 6.5 in app.php in the key parameter when HTTPS is on. An attacker can use this vulnerability to cause the server to send a request to a specific URL. An attacker can modify the request header ‘HOST’ value to cause the server to send the request.

CVE-2021-21283

Flarum is an open source discussion platform for websites. The “Flarum Sticky” extension versions 0.1.0-beta.14 and 0.1.0-beta.15 has a cross-site scripting vulnerability. A change in release beta 14 of the Sticky extension caused the plain text content of the first post of a pinned discussion to be injected as HTML on the discussion list. The issue was discovered following an…

CVE-2021-21278

RSSHub is an open source, easy to use, and extensible RSS feed generator. In RSSHub before version 7f1c430 (non-semantic versioning) there is a risk of code injection. Some routes use `eval` or `Function constructor`, which may be injected by the target site with unsafe code, causing server-side security issues The fix in version 7f1c430 is to temporarily remove the problematic…

CVE-2021-21271

Tendermint Core is an open source Byzantine Fault Tolerant (BFT) middleware that takes a state transition machine – written in any programming language – and securely replicates it on many machines. Tendermint Core v0.34.0 introduced a new way of handling evidence of misbehavior. As part of this, we added a new Timestamp field to Evidence structs. This timestamp would be…