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A vulnerability in the Cisco FindIT Network Discovery Utility could allow an authenticated, local attacker to perform a DLL preloading attack, potentially causing a partial impact to the device availability, confidentiality, and integrity, aka Insecure Library Loading. The vulnerability is due to the application loading a malicious copy of a specific, nondefined DLL file instead of the DLL file it ...

An Uncontrolled Search Path Element issue was discovered in Advantech WebAccess versions prior to V8.2_20170817. A maliciously crafted dll file placed earlier in the search path may allow an attacker to execute code within the context of the application.

An Uncontrolled Search Path or Element issue was discovered in i-SENS SmartLog Diabetes Management Software, Version 2.4.0 and prior versions. An uncontrolled search path element vulnerability has been identified which could be exploited by placing a specially crafted DLL file in the search path. If the malicious DLL is loaded prior to the valid DLL, an attacker could execute arbitrary code on the ...

An Uncontrolled Search Path Element issue was discovered in Progea Movicon Version 11.5.1181 and prior. An uncontrolled search path element vulnerability has been identified, which may allow a remote attacker without privileges to execute arbitrary code in the form of a malicious DLL file.

An Uncontrolled Search Path Element issue was discovered in Trihedral VTScada 11.3.03 and prior. The program will execute specially crafted malicious dll files placed on the target machine.

Irssi before 1.0.5, while waiting for the channel synchronisation, may incorrectly fail to remove destroyed channels from the query list, resulting in use-after-free conditions when updating the state later on.

Irssi before 1.0.5, when installing themes with unterminated colour formatting sequences, may access data beyond the end of the string.

In Irssi before 1.0.5, certain incorrectly formatted DCC CTCP messages could cause a NULL pointer dereference. This is a separate, but similar, issue relative to CVE-2017-9468.

In certain cases, Irssi before 1.0.5 may fail to verify that a Safe channel ID is long enough, causing reads beyond the end of the string.

In Irssi before 1.0.5, overlong nicks or targets may result in a NULL pointer dereference while splitting the message.


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