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A potential security vulnerability has been identified with certain versions of HP Touchpoint Analytics prior to version 4.1.4.2827. This vulnerability may allow a local attacker with administrative privileges to execute arbitrary code via an HP Touchpoint Analytics system service.

There is a File Content Disclosure vulnerability in Action View <5.2.2.1, <5.1.6.2, <5.0.7.2, <4.2.11.1 and v3 where specially crafted accept headers can cause contents of arbitrary files on the target system's filesystem to be exposed.

An exploitable use-after-free vulnerability exists in the Length parsing function of NitroPDF. A specially crafted PDF can cause a type confusion, resulting in a use-after-free condition. An attacker can craft a malicious PDF to trigger this vulnerability.

A specifically crafted PDF file can lead to a heap corruption when opened in NitroPDF 12.12.1.522. With careful memory manipulation, this can lead to arbitrary code execution. In order to trigger this vulnerability, the victim would need to open the malicious file.

An exploitable Use After Free vulnerability exists in the CharProcs parsing functionality of NitroPDF. A specially crafted PDF can cause a type confusion, resulting in a Use After Free. An attacker can craft a malicious PDF to trigger this vulnerability.

A specifically crafted PDF file can lead to a heap corruption when opened in NitroPDF 12.12.1.522. With careful memory manipulation, this can lead to arbitrary code execution. In order to trigger this vulnerability, the victim would need to open the malicious file.

A specifically crafted jpeg2000 file embedded in a PDF file can lead to a heap corruption when opening a PDF document in NitroPDF 12.12.1.522. With careful memory manipulation, this can lead to arbitrary code execution. In order to trigger this vulnerability, the victim would need to open the malicious file.

A specifically crafted jpeg2000 file embedded in a PDF file can lead to a heap corruption when opening a PDF document in NitroPDF 12.12.1.522. With careful memory manipulation, this can lead to arbitrary code execution. In order to trigger this vulnerability, the victim would need to open the malicious file.

A security vulnerability has been identified in all levels of IBM Spectrum Scale V5.0.0.0 through V5.0.3.2 and IBM Spectrum Scale V4.2.0.0 through V4.2.3.17 that could allow a local attacker to obtain root privilege by injecting parameters into setuid files.

IBM Sterling File Gateway 2.2.0.0 through 6.0.1.0 could allow a remote attacker to traverse directories on the system. An attacker could send a specially-crafted URL request containing "dot dot" sequences (/../) to view arbitrary files on the system. IBM X-Force ID: 162769.


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