SerComm AG Combo VD625 AGSOT_2.1.0 devices allow CRLF injection (for HTTP header injection) in the download function via the Content-Disposition header.
An issue was discovered in through SaltStack Salt before 3002.5. salt-api does not honor eauth credentials for the wheel_async client. Thus, an attacker can remotely run any wheel modules on the master.
In SaltStack Salt before 3002.5, authentication to VMware vcenter, vsphere, and esxi servers (in the vmware.py files) does not always validate the SSL/TLS certificate.
An issue was discovered in SaltStack Salt before 3002.5. The minion’s restartcheck is vulnerable to command injection via a crafted process name. This allows for a local privilege escalation by any user able to create a files on the minion in a non-blacklisted directory.
An issue was discovered in Scytl sVote 2.1. Because the sdm-ws-rest API does not require authentication, an attacker can retrieve the administrative configuration by sending a POST request to the /sdm-ws-rest/preconfiguration URI.
An issue was discovered in Scytl sVote 2.1. Due to the implementation of the database manager, an attacker can access the OrientDB by providing admin as the admin password. A different password cannot be set because of the implementation in code.
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An issue was discovered in SaltStack Salt before 3002.5. Sending crafted web requests to the Salt API can result in salt.utils.thin.gen_thin() command injection because of different handling of single versus double quotes. This is related to salt/utils/thin.py.
An issue was discovered in SaltStack Salt before 3002.5. The salt-api’s ssh client is vulnerable to a shell injection by including ProxyCommand in an argument, or via ssh_options provided in an API request.
i-doit before 1.16.0 is affected by Stored Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) issues that could allow remote authenticated attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via C__MONITORING__CONFIG__TITLE, SM2__C__MONITORING__CONFIG__TITLE, C__MONITORING__CONFIG__PATH, SM2__C__MONITORING__CONFIG__PATH, C__MONITORING__CONFIG__ADDRESS, or SM2__C__MONITORING__CONFIG__ADDRESS.