YARA version 4.0.5 was released.
Jenzabar 9.2.x through 9.2.2 allows /ics?tool=search&query= XSS.
Google on Thursday removed The Great Suspender, a popular Chrome extension used by millions of users, from its Chrome Web Store for containing malware. It also took the unusual step of deactivating it from users’ computers. “This extension contains malware,” read a terse notification from Google, but it has since emerged that the add-on stealthily added features that could be exploited to
A new distributed denial-of-service attack (DDoS) vector has ensnared Plex Media Server systems to amplify malicious traffic against targets to take them offline. “Plex’s startup processes unintentionally expose a Plex UPnP-enabled service registration responder to the general Internet, where it can be abused to generate reflection/amplification DDoS attacks,” Netscout researchers said in a
There is an information leak vulnerability in eCNS280_TD versions V100R005C00 and V100R005C10. A command does not have timeout exit mechanism. Temporary file contains sensitive information. This allows attackers to obtain information by inter-process access that requires other methods.
There is a pointer double free vulnerability in Taurus-AL00A 10.0.0.1(C00E1R1P1). There is a lack of muti-thread protection when a function is called. Attackers can exploit this vulnerability by performing malicious operation to cause pointer double free. This may lead to module crash, compromising normal service.
There is an out-of-bound read vulnerability in Mate 30 10.0.0.182(C00E180R6P2). A module does not verify the some input when dealing with messages. Attackers can exploit this vulnerability by sending malicious input through specific module. This could cause out-of-bound, compromising normal service.
Persistent Cross-Site scripting vulnerability in Micro Focus Application Performance Management product, affecting versions 9.40, 9.50 and 9.51. The vulnerability could allow persistent XSS attack.
Some Huawei products have an inconsistent interpretation of HTTP requests vulnerability. Attackers can exploit this vulnerability to cause information leak. Affected product versions include: CampusInsight versions V100R019C10; ManageOne versions 22.214.171.124, 6.5.1.SPC100, 6.5.1.SPC200, 6.5.1RC1, 6.5.1RC2, 8.0.RC2. Affected product versions include: Taurus-AL00A versions 10.0.0.1(C00E1R1P1).
There is an out-of-bound read vulnerability in Taurus-AL00A 10.0.0.1(C00E1R1P1). A module does not verify the some input. Attackers can exploit this vulnerability by sending malicious input through specific app. This could cause out-of-bound, compromising normal service.