Mahara 15.04 before 15.04.8 and 15.10 before 15.10.4 and 16.04 before 16.04.2 are vulnerable to PHP code execution as Mahara would pass portions of the XML through the PHP "unserialize()" function when importing a skin from an XML file.
Mahara 15.04 before 15.04.7 and 15.10 before 15.10.3 are vulnerable to prevent session IDs from being regenerated on login or logout. This makes users of the site more vulnerable to session fixation attacks.
Mahara 15.04 before 15.04.7 and 15.10 before 15.10.3 running PHP 5.3 are vulnerable to one user being logged in as another user on a separate computer as the same session ID is served. This situation can occur when a user takes an action that forces another user to be logged out of Mahara, such as an admin changing another user's account settings.
Mahara 15.04 before 15.04.10 and 15.10 before 15.10.6 and 16.04 before 16.04.4 are vulnerable to incorrect access control after the password reset link is sent via email and then user changes default email, Mahara fails to invalidate old link.Consequently the link in email can be used to gain access to the user's account.
Mahara 15.04 before 15.04.8 and 15.10 before 15.10.4 and 16.04 before 16.04.2 are vulnerable to some authentication methods, which do not use Mahara's built-in login form, still allowing users to log in even if their institution was expired or suspended.
Mahara 15.04 before 15.04.8 and 15.10 before 15.10.4 and 16.04 before 16.04.2 are vulnerable to profile pictures being accessed without any access control checks consequently allowing any of a user's uploaded profile pictures to be viewable by anyone, whether or not they were currently selected as the "default" or used in any pages.
Mahara 15.04 before 15.04.9 and 15.10 before 15.10.5 and 16.04 before 16.04.3 are vulnerable to a group's configuration page being editable by any group member even when they didn't have the admin role.
Mahara 15.04 before 15.04.13 and 16.04 before 16.04.7 and 16.10 before 16.10.4 and 17.04 before 17.04.2 are vulnerable to recording plain text passwords in the event_log table during the user creation process if full event logging was turned on.