An issue was discovered in mass-pages-posts-creator.php in the MULTIDOTS Mass Pages/Posts Creator plugin 1.2.2 for WordPress. Any logged in user can launch Mass Pages/Posts creation with custom content. There is no nonce or user capability check, so anyone can launch a DoS attack against a site and create hundreds of thousands of posts with custom content.
class-woo-banner-management.php in the MULTIDOTS WooCommerce Category Banner Management plugin 1.1.0 for WordPress has an Unauthenticated Settings Change Vulnerability, related to certain wp_ajax_nopriv_ usage. Anyone can change the plugin’s setting by simply sending a request with a wbm_save_shop_page_banner_data action.
ClipperCMS 1.3.3 has XSS in the "Module name" field in a "Modules -> Manage modules -> edit" action to the manager/ URI.
ngiflib.c in MiniUPnP ngiflib 0.4 has a stack-based buffer overflow in DecodeGifImg.
ngiflib.c in MiniUPnP ngiflib 0.4 has a heap-based buffer over-read in GifIndexToTrueColor.
Liblouis 3.5.0 has a Segmentation fault in lou_logPrint in logging.c.
GifIndexToTrueColor in ngiflib.c in MiniUPnP ngiflib 0.4 has a Segmentation fault.
ClipperCMS 1.3.3 allows Session Fixation.
Reflected XSS is possible in the GamePlan theme through 126.96.36.199 for WordPress because of insufficient input sanitization, as demonstrated by the s parameter. In some (but not all) cases, the ‘<‘ and ‘>’ characters have < and > representations.
Prior to 2018-04-27, the reprompt feature in Amazon Echo devices could be misused by a custom Alexa skill. The reprompt feature is designed so that if Alexa does not receive an input within 8 seconds, the device can speak a reprompt, then wait an additional 8 seconds for input; if the user still does not respond, the microphone is then turned off. The vulnerability involves empty output-speech reprompts, custom wildcard ("gibberish") input slots, and logging of detected speech. If a maliciously designed skill is installed, an attacker could obtain transcripts of speech not intended for Alexa to process, but simply spoken within the device’s hearing range.