Mac Endpoint for Sophos Central before 9.9.6 and Mac Endpoint for Sophos Home before 2.2.6 allow Privilege Escalation.
Sympa through 6.2.57b.2 allows a local privilege escalation from the sympa user account to full root access by modifying the sympa.conf configuration file (which is owned by sympa) and parsing it through the setuid sympa_newaliases-wrapper executable.
Insufficient control flow management in subsystem for Intel(R) CSME versions before 11.8.80, 11.12.80, 11.22.80, 12.0.70, 13.0.40, 13.30.10, 14.0.45 and 14.5.25 , Intel(R) TXE versions before 3.1.80 and 4.0.30 may allow an unauthenticated user to potentially enable escalation of privilege via physical access.
Automox Agent prior to version 31 uses an insufficiently protected S3 bucket endpoint for storing sensitive files, which could be brute-forced by an attacker to subvert an organization’s security program. The issue has since been fixed in version 31 of the Automox Agent.
A security vulnerability that can lead to local privilege escalation has been found in ’guix-daemon’. It affects multi-user setups in which ’guix-daemon’ runs locally. The attack consists in having an unprivileged user spawn a build process, for instance with `guix build`, that makes its build directory world-writable. The user then creates a hardlink to a root-owned file such as /etc/shadow in that build directory. If the user passed the –keep-failed option and the build eventually fails, the daemon changes ownership of the whole build tree, including the hardlink, to the user. At that point, the user has write access to the target file. Versions after and including v0.11.0-3298-g2608e40988, and versions prior to v1.2.0-75109-g94f0312546 are vulnerable.
A local escalation of privilege vulnerability was discovered in Aruba ClearPass Policy Manager version(s) prior to 6.9.5, 6.8.9, 6.7.14-HF1. Aruba has released patches for Aruba ClearPass Policy Manager that address this security vulnerability.