Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the EyesOfNetwork web interface (aka eonweb) 5.1-0 allows remote authenticated users to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via the bp_name parameter to /module/admin_bp/add_services.php.
Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the EyesOfNetwork web interface (aka eonweb) 5.1-0 allows remote authenticated users to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via the url parameter to module/module_frame/index.php.
Header::readfrom in IlmImf/ImfHeader.cpp in OpenEXR 2.2.0 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (excessive memory allocation) via a crafted file that is accessed with the ImfOpenInputFile function in IlmImf/ImfCRgbaFile.cpp.
WordPress 4.8.2 stores cleartext wp_signups.activation_key values (but stores the analogous wp_users.user_activation_key values as hashes), which might make it easier for remote attackers to hijack unactivated user accounts by leveraging database read access (such as access gained through an unspecified SQL injection vulnerability).
Lack of content verification in Docker-CE (Also known as Moby) versions 1.12.6-0, 1.10.3, 17.03.0, 17.03.1, 17.03.2, 17.06.0, 17.06.1, 17.06.2, 17.09.0, and earlier allows a remote attacker to cause a Denial of Service via a crafted image layer payload, aka gzip bombing.
The Management Console in WSO2 Application Server 5.3.0, WSO2 Business Process Server 3.6.0, WSO2 Business Rules Server 2.2.0, WSO2 Complex Event Processor 4.2.0, WSO2 Dashboard Server 2.0.0, WSO2 Data Analytics Server 3.1.0, WSO2 Data Services Server 3.5.1, and WSO2 Machine Learner 1.2.0 is affected by stored XSS.
The named pipes in qtsingleapp in Qt 5.x, as used in qBittorrent and SugarSync, are configured for remote access and allow remote attackers to cause a denial of service (application crash) via an unspecified string.
OpenText Documentum Content Server (formerly EMC Documentum Content Server) through 7.3 does not properly validate the input of the PUT_FILE RPC-command, which allows any authenticated user to hijack an arbitrary file from the Content Server filesystem; because some files on the Content Server filesystem are security-sensitive, this leads to privilege escalation.