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Aniket Nandkishor Kulkarni discovered that in tomcat8, a servlet and JSP engine, static error pages used the original request"s HTTP method to serve content, instead of systematically using the GET method. This could under certain conditions result in undesirable results, including the replacement or removal of the custom error page.

It was discovered that Flatpak, an application deployment framework for desktop apps insufficiently restricted file permissinons in third-party repositories, which could result in privilege escalation.

Daniel J. Bernstein, Joachim Breitner, Daniel Genkin, Leon Groot Bruinderink, Nadia Heninger, Tanja Lange, Christine van Vredendaal and Yuval Yarom discovered that Libgcrypt is prone to a local side-channel attack allowing full key recovery for RSA-1024. See https://eprint.iacr.org/2017/627 for details.

It was discovered that jabberd2, a Jabber instant messenger server, allowed anonymous SASL connections, even if disabled in the configuration.

Multiple vulnerabilities have been discovered in the libtiff library and the included tools, which may result in denial of service or the execution of arbitrary code.

Two vulnerabilities have been discovered in Undertow, a web server written in Java, which may lead to denial of service or HTTP request smuggling.

An integer overflow has been found in the HTTP range module of Nginx, a high-performance web and reverse proxy server, which may result in information disclosure.

Frediano Ziglio discovered a buffer overflow in spice, a SPICE protocol client and server library which may result in memory disclosure, denial of service and potentially the execution of arbitrary code.

Jeffrey Altman, Viktor Duchovni and Nico Williams identified a mutual authentication bypass vulnerability in samba, the SMB/CIFS file, print, and login server. Also known as Orpheus" Lyre, this vulnerability is located in Samba Kerberos Key Distribution Center component and could be used by an attacker on the network path to impersonate a server. More details can be found on the vulnerability web ...

Jeffrey Altman, Viktor Dukhovni, and Nicolas Williams reported that Heimdal, an implementation of Kerberos 5 that aims to be compatible with MIT Kerberos, trusts metadata taken from the unauthenticated plaintext , rather than the authenticated and encrypted KDC response. A man-in-the-middle attacker can use this flaw to impersonate services to the client. See https://orpheus-lyre.info/ for details ...


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