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An input validation vulnerability in CA Privileged Access Manager 2.x allows remote attackers to poison log files with specially crafted input.

A session fixation vulnerability in CA Privileged Access Manager 2.x allows remote attackers to hijack user sessions with a specially crafted request.

A reflected cross-site scripting vulnerability in CA Privileged Access Manager 2.x allows remote attackers to execute malicious script with a specially crafted link.

Weak cryptography used for passwords in CA Privileged Access Manager 2.x reduces the complexity for password cracking.

An improper input validation vulnerability in CA Privileged Access Manager 2.x allows remote attackers to conduct SQL injection attacks.

An authentication bypass vulnerability in CA Privileged Access Manager 2.8.2 and earlier allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary commands with specially crafted requests.

An authentication bypass vulnerability in CA Privileged Access Manager 2.8.2 and earlier allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code or commands by poisoning a configuration file.

An input validation vulnerability in CA Privileged Access Manager 2.x allows unprivileged users to execute arbitrary commands by passing specially crafted arguments to the update_crld script.

A Denial of Service vulnerability was found in Apache Qpid Broker-J versions 7.0.0-7.0.4 when AMQP protocols 0-8, 0-9 or 0-91 are used to publish messages with size greater than allowed maximum message size limit (100MB by default). The broker crashes due to the defect. AMQP protocols 0-10 and 1.0 are not affected.

Multiple cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerabilities in totemomail Encryption Gateway before 6.0.0_Build_371 allow remote attackers to hijack the authentication of users for requests that (1) change user settings, (2) send emails, or (3) change contact information by leveraging lack of an anti-CSRF token.


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