An issue was discovered in CHICKEN Scheme through 4.12.0. When using a nonstandard CHICKEN-specific extension to allocate an SRFI-4 vector in unmanaged memory, the vector size would be used in unsanitised form as an argument to malloc(). With an unexpected size, the impact may have been a segfault or buffer overflow.
Memory leak in the virgl_cmd_resource_unref function in hw/display/virtio-gpu-3d.c in QEMU (aka Quick Emulator) allows local guest OS users to cause a denial of service (host memory consumption) via a large number of VIRTIO_GPU_CMD_RESOURCE_UNREF commands sent without detaching the backing storage beforehand.
Memory leak in the megasas_handle_dcmd function in hw/scsi/megasas.c in QEMU (aka Quick Emulator) allows local guest OS privileged users to cause a denial of service (host memory consumption) via MegaRAID Firmware Interface (MFI) commands with the sglist size set to a value over 2 Gb.
The SVG Salamander (aka svgSalamander) library, when used in a web application, allows remote attackers to conduct server-side request forgery (SSRF) attacks via an xlink:href attribute in an SVG file.
Heap-based buffer overflow in the PdfParser::ReadXRefSubsection function in base/PdfParser.cpp in PoDoFo allows attackers to have unspecified impact via vectors related to m_offsets.size.
The jas_matrix_asl function in jas_seq.c in JasPer 1.900.27 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (invalid memory read and crash) via a crafted image.
Apache Camel’s Validation Component is vulnerable against SSRF via remote DTDs and XXE.
Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in includes/admin/pages/manage.php in the Connections Business Directory plugin before 8.5.9 for WordPress allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via the s variable.
The sdhci_sdma_transfer_multi_blocks function in hw/sd/sdhci.c in QEMU (aka Quick Emulator) allows local guest OS privileged users to cause a denial of service (out-of-bounds heap access and crash) or execute arbitrary code on the QEMU host via vectors involving the data transfer length.