In the function msm_pcm_hw_params() in Android for MSM, Firefox OS for MSM, and QRD Android before 2017-09-19, the return value of q6asm_open_shared_io() is not checked properly potentially leading to a possible dangling pointer access.
In the handler for the ioctl command VIDIOC_MSM_ISP_DUAL_HW_LPM_MODE in Android for MSM, Firefox OS for MSM, and QRD Android before 2017-05-23, a heap overread vulnerability exists.
In spectral_create_samp_msg() in Android for MSM, Firefox OS for MSM, and QRD Android before 2017-10-11, some values from firmware are not properly validated potentially leading to a buffer overflow.
In the KGSL driver function _gpuobj_map_useraddr() in Android for MSM, Firefox OS for MSM, and QRD Android before 2017-10-12, the contents of the stack can get leaked due to an uninitialized variable.
In msm_ispif_config_stereo() in Android for MSM, Firefox OS for MSM, and QRD Android before 2017-06-21, the parameter params->entries[i].vfe_intf comes from userspace without any bounds check which could potentially result in a kernel out-of-bounds write.
Due to a race condition in MDSS rotator in Android for MSM, Firefox OS for MSM, and QRD Android before 2017-10-20, a double free vulnerability may potentially exist when two threads free the same perf structures.
libOmxVenc in Android for MSM, Firefox OS for MSM, and QRD Android copies the output buffer to an application with the "filled length", which is larger than the output buffer’s actual size, leading to an information disclosure problem in the context of mediaserver.
In the video_ioctl2() function in the camera driver in Android for MSM, Firefox OS for MSM, and QRD Android before 2017-09-16, an untrusted pointer dereference may potentially occur.
Information leak of the ISPIF base address in Android for MSM, Firefox OS for MSM, and QRD Android can occur in the camera driver.
X-Pack Security versions 6.2.0, 6.2.1, and 6.2.2 are vulnerable to a user impersonation attack via incorrect XML canonicalization and DOM traversal. An attacker might have been able to impersonate a legitimate user if the SAML Identity Provider allows for self registration with arbitrary identifiers and the attacker can register an account which an identifier that shares a suffix with a legitimate account. Both of those conditions must be true in order to exploit this flaw.