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An issue was discovered in TitanHQ WebTitan before 5.18. Some functions, such as /history-x.php, of the administration interface are vulnerable to SQL Injection through the results parameter. This could be used by an attacker to extract sensitive information from the appliance database.

TrevorC2 v1.1/v1.2 fails to prevent fingerprinting primarily via a discrepancy between response headers when responding to different HTTP methods, also via predictible responses when accessing and interacting with the "SITE_PATH_QUERY".

A stored XSS issue was discovered in DAViCal through 1.1.8. It does not adequately sanitize output of various fields that can be set by unprivileged users, making it possible for JavaScript stored in those fields to be executed by another (possibly privileged) user. Affected database fields include Username, Display Name, and Email.

A CSRF issue was discovered in DAViCal through 1.1.8. If an authenticated user visits an attacker-controlled webpage, the attacker can send arbitrary requests in the name of the user to the application. If the attacked user is an administrator, the attacker could for example add a new admin user.

Apache Olingo versions 4.0.0 to 4.6.0 provide the AbstractService class, which is public API, uses ObjectInputStream and doesn't check classes being deserialized. If an attacker can feed malicious metadata to the class, then it may result in running attacker's code in the worse case.

The XML content type entity deserializer in Apache Olingo versions 4.0.0 to 4.6.0 is not configured to deny the resolution of external entities. Request with content type "application/xml", which trigger the deserialization of entities, can be used to trigger XXE attacks.

The AsyncResponseWrapperImpl class in Apache Olingo versions 4.0.0 to 4.6.0 reads the Retry-After header and passes it to the Thread.sleep() method without any check. If a malicious server returns a huge value in the header, then it can help to implement a DoS attack.

An issue was discovered in Decentralized Anonymous Payment System (DAPS) through 2019-08-26. The content to be signed is composed of a representation of strings, rather than being composed of their binary representations. This is a weak signature scheme design that would allow the reuse of signatures in some cases (or even the reuse of signatures, intended for one type of message, for another type ...

An issue was discovered in Decentralized Anonymous Payment System (DAPS) through 2019-08-26. It is possible to force wallets to send HTTP requests to arbitrary locations, both on the local network and on the internet. This is a serious threat to user privacy, since it can possibly leak their IP address and the fact that they are using the product. This also affects Dash Core through and P ...

COPA-DATA zenone32 zenon Editor through 8.10 has an Uncontrolled Search Path Element.

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