An issue was discovered in BlackCat CMS before 1.4. There is a CSRF vulnerability (bypass csrf_token) that allows remote arbitrary code execution.
Dynamoose is an open-source modeling tool for Amazon’s DynamoDB. In Dynamoose from version 2.0.0 and before version 2.7.0 there was a prototype pollution vulnerability in the internal utility method „lib/utils/object/set.ts“. This method is used throughout the codebase for various operations throughout Dynamoose. We have not seen any evidence of this vulnerability being exploited. There is no evidence this vulnerability impacts versions 1.x.x since the vulnerable method was added as part of the v2 rewrite. This vulnerability also impacts v2.x.x beta/alpha versions. Version 2.7.0 includes a patch for this vulnerability.
The Jetpack Scan team identified a Cross-Site Request Forgery vulnerability in the Patreon WordPress plugin before 1.7.0, allowing attackers to make a logged in user overwrite or create arbitrary user metadata on the victim’s account once visited. If exploited, this bug can be used to overwrite the “wp_capabilities” meta, which contains the affected user account’s roles and privileges. Doing this would essentially lock them out of the site, blocking them from accessing paid content.
The Jetpack Scan team identified a Cross-Site Request Forgery vulnerability in the Patreon WordPress plugin before 1.7.0, allowing attackers to make a logged administrator disconnect the site from Patreon by visiting a specially crafted link.
Skyworth Digital Technology RN510 V.18.104.22.168 contains a cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability in /cgi-bin/net-routeadd.asp and /cgi-bin/sec-urlfilter.asp. Missing CSRF protection in devices can lead to XSRF, as the above pages are vulnerable to cross-site scripting (XSS).
HomeAutomation 3.3.2 suffers from an authenticated OS command execution vulnerability using custom command v0.1 plugin. This can be exploited with a CSRF vulnerability to execute arbitrary shell commands as the web user via the ’set_command_on‘ and ’set_command_off‘ POST parameters in ‚/system/systemplugins/customcommand/customcommand.plugin.php‘ by using an unsanitized PHP exec() function.
HomeAutomation 3.3.2 is affected by Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF). The application interface allows users to perform certain actions via HTTP requests without performing any validity checks to verify the requests. This can be exploited to perform certain actions with administrative privileges if a logged-in user visits a malicious web site.