xz is a compression and decompression library focusing on the xz format completely written in Go. The function readUvarint used to read the xz container format may not terminate a loop provide malicous input. The problem has been fixed in release v0.5.8. As a workaround users can limit the size of the compressed file input to a reasonable size for their use case. The standard library had recently the same issue and got the CVE-2020-16845 allocated.
Dell Hybrid Client versions prior to 1.5 contain an information exposure vulnerability. A local unauthenticated attacker may exploit this vulnerability in order to view and exfiltrate sensitive information on the system.
cumulative-distribution-function is an open source npm library used which calculates statistical cumulative distribution function from data array of x values. In versions prior to 2.0.0 apps using this library on improper data may crash or go into an infinite-loop. In the case of a nodejs server-app using this library to act on invalid non-numeric data, the nodejs server may crash. This may affect other users of this server and/or require the server to be rebooted for proper operation. In the case of a browser app using this library to act on invalid non-numeric data, that browser may crash or lock up. A flaw enabling an infinite-loop was discovered in the code for evaluating the cumulative-distribution-function of input data. Although the documentation explains that numeric data is required, some users may confuse an array of strings like [„1″,“2″,“3″,“4″,“5“] for numeric data [1,2,3,4,5] when it is in fact string data. An infinite loop is possible when the cumulative-distribution-function is evaluated for a given point when the input data is string data rather than type `number`. This vulnerability enables an infinite-cpu-loop denial-of-service-attack on any app using npm:cumulative-distribution-function v1.0.3 or earlier if the attacker can supply malformed data to the library. The vulnerability could also manifest if a data source to be analyzed changes data type from Arrays of number (proper) to Arrays of string (invalid, but undetected by earlier version of the library). Users should upgrade to at least v2.0.0, or the latest version. Tests for several types of invalid data have been created, and version 2.0.0 has been tested to reject this invalid data by throwing a `TypeError()` instead of processing it. Developers using this library may wish to adjust their app’s code slightly to better tolerate or handle this TypeError. Apps performing proper numeric data validation before sending data to this library should be mostly unaffected by this patch. The vulnerability can be mitigated in older versions by ensuring that only finite numeric data of type `Array[number]` or `number` is passed to `cumulative-distribution-function` and its `f(x)` function, respectively.
Dell Hybrid Client versions prior to 1.5 contain an information exposure vulnerability. A local unauthenticated attacker may exploit this vulnerability in order to gain access to sensitive information via the local API.
Dell Hybrid Client versions prior to 1.5 contain a missing authentication for a critical function vulnerability. A local unauthenticated attacker may exploit this vulnerability in order to gain root level access to the system.
Dell Hybrid Client versions prior to 1.5 contain an information exposure vulnerability. A local unauthenticated attacker may exploit this vulnerability in order to register the client to a server in order to view sensitive information.
Ampache before version 4.2.2 allows unauthenticated users to perform SQL injection. Refer to the referenced GitHub Security Advisory for details and a workaround. This is fixed in version 4.2.2 and the development branch.
SUSI.AI is an intelligent Open Source personal assistant. SUSI.AI Server before version d27ed0f has a directory traversal vulnerability due to insufficient input validation. Any admin config and file readable by the app can be retrieved by the attacker. Furthermore, some files can also be moved or deleted.