A Denial of Service vulnerability was found in Apache Qpid Dispatch Router versions 0.7.0 and 0.8.0. To exploit this vulnerability, a remote user must be able to establish an AMQP connection to the Qpid Dispatch Router and send a specifically crafted AMQP frame which will cause it to segfault and shut down.
DedeCMS 5.7 allows remote attackers to discover the full path via a direct request for include/downmix.inc.php or inc/inc_archives_functions.php.
An Improper Authentication issue was discovered in WAGO PFC200 Series 3S CoDeSys Runtime versions 2.3.X and 2.4.X. An attacker can execute different unauthenticated remote operations because of the CoDeSys Runtime application, which is available via network by default on Port 2455. An attacker could execute some unauthenticated commands such as reading, writing, or deleting arbitrary files, or manipulate the PLC application during runtime by sending specially-crafted TCP packets to Port 2455.
systemd-tmpfiles in systemd through 237 mishandles symlinks present in non-terminal path components, which allows local users to obtain ownership of arbitrary files via vectors involving creation of a directory and a file under that directory, and later replacing that directory with a symlink. This occurs even if the fs.protected_symlinks sysctl is turned on.
When using the OpenWire protocol in ActiveMQ versions 5.14.0 to 5.15.2 it was found that certain system details (such as the OS and kernel version) are exposed as plain text.
A software logic bug creates a vulnerability in an AIX 6.1, 7.1, and 7.2 daemon which could allow a user with root privileges on one system, to obtain root access on another machine. IBM X-force ID: 138117.
IBM Notes and Domino NSD 8.5 and 9.0 could allow an authenticated local user without adminstrative privileges to gain System privilege. IBM X-Force ID: 134633.
In CCN-lite 2, the Parser of NDNTLV does not verify whether a certain component’s length field matches the actual component length, which has a resultant buffer overflow and out-of-bounds memory accesses.
IBM Notes 8.5 and 9.0 could allow a local attacker to execute arbitrary commands by carefully crafting a command line sent via the shared memory IPC. IBM X-Force ID: 134807.
IBM iNotes 8.5 and 9.0 SUService can be misguided into running malicious code from a DLL masquerading as a windows DLL in the temp directory. IBM X-Force ID: 134532.