GNU Groff uses the current working directory to find a device description file, which allows a local user to gain additional privileges by including a malicious postpro directive in the description file, which is executed when another user runs groff.
UltraVNC revision 1211 has multiple improper null termination vulnerabilities in VNC server code, which result in out-of-bound data being accessed by remote users. This attack appears to be exploitable via network connectivity. These vulnerabilities have been fixed in revision 1212.
A vulnerability was found in all versions of containernetworking/plugins before version 0.8.6, that allows malicious containers in Kubernetes clusters to perform man-in-the-middle (MitM) attacks. A malicious container can exploit this flaw by sending rogue IPv6 router advertisements to the host or other containers, to redirect traffic to the malicious container.
In Eclipse Jetty versions 1.0 thru 9.4.32.v20200930, 10.0.0.alpha1 thru 10.0.0.beta2, and 11.0.0.alpha1 thru 11.0.0.beta2O, on Unix like systems, the system’s temporary directory is shared between all users on that system. A collocated user can observe the process of creating a temporary sub directory in the shared temporary directory and race to complete the creation of the temporary subdirectory. If the attacker wins the race then they will have read and write permission to the subdirectory used to unpack web applications, including their WEB-INF/lib jar files and JSP files. If any code is ever executed out of this temporary directory, this can lead to a local privilege escalation vulnerability.
Possible buffer overflow in Fastrpc while handling received parameters due to lack of validation on input parameters‘ in Snapdragon Auto, Snapdragon Compute, Snapdragon Consumer IOT, Snapdragon Industrial IOT, Snapdragon Mobile in APQ8098, MSM8998, QCM4290, QCM6125, QCS410, QCS4290, QCS610, QCS6125, QSM8250, QSM8350, SA6145P, SA6150P, SA6155, SA6155P, SA8150P, SA8155, SA8155P, SA8195P, SC7180, SDA640, SDA660, SDA845, SDA855, SDM640, SDM660, SDM830, SDM845, SDM850, SDX50M, SDX55, SDX55M, SM4250, SM4250P, SM6115, SM6115P, SM6125, SM6150, SM6150P, SM6250, SM6250P, SM6350, SM7125, SM7150, SM7150P, SM7225, SM7250, SM7250P, SM8150, SM8150P, SM8250, SM8350, SM8350P, SXR2130, SXR2130P
A flaw was found in samba’s DNS server. An authenticated user could use this flaw to the RPC server to crash. This RPC server, which also serves protocols other than dnsserver, will be restarted after a short delay, but it is easy for an authenticated non administrative attacker to crash it again as soon as it returns. The Samba DNS server itself will continue to operate, but many RPC services will not.
markdown2 >=22.214.171.124, fixed in 2.4.0, is affected by a regular expression denial of service vulnerability. If an attacker provides a malicious string, it can make markdown2 processing difficult or delayed for an extended period of time.
In pygments 1.1+, fixed in 2.7.4, the lexers used to parse programming languages rely heavily on regular expressions. Some of the regular expressions have exponential or cubic worst-case complexity and are vulnerable to ReDoS. By crafting malicious input, an attacker can cause a denial of service.