TP-LINK IPC TL-IPC223(P)-6, TL-IPC323K-D, TL-IPC325(KP)-*, and TL-IPC40A-4 devices allow authenticated remote code execution via crafted JSON data because /usr/lib/lua/luci/torchlight/validator.lua does not block various punctuation characters.
/usr/lib/lua/luci/websys.lua on TP-LINK IPC TL-IPC223(P)-6, TL-IPC323K-D, TL-IPC325(KP)-*, and TL-IPC40A-4 devices has a hardcoded zMiVw8Kw0oxKXL0 password.
Cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability in the login form in Zimbra Collaboration Suite (aka ZCS) before 8.6.0 Patch 10, 8.7.x before 8.7.11 Patch 2, and 8.8.x before 8.8.8 Patch 1 allows remote attackers to hijack the authentication of unspecified victims by leveraging failure to use a CSRF token.
NULL pointer dereference vulnerability in the rebuild_vlists function in lib/dotgen/conc.c in the dotgen library in Graphviz 2.40.1 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (application crash) via a crafted file.
An issue was discovered on Vgate iCar 2 Wi-Fi OBD2 Dongle devices. The dongle opens an unprotected wireless LAN that cannot be configured with encryption or a password. This enables anyone within the range of the WLAN to connect to the network without authentication.
Zimbra Web Client (ZWC) in Zimbra Collaboration Suite 8.8 before 8.8.8.Patch4 and 8.7 before 8.7.11.Patch4 has Persistent XSS via a contact group.
In Stealth Authorization Server before 3.3.017.0 in Unisys Stealth Solution, an encryption key may be left in memory.
An issue was discovered on Vgate iCar 2 Wi-Fi OBD2 Dongle devices. The data packets that are sent between the iOS or Android application and the OBD dongle are not encrypted. The combination of this vulnerability with the lack of wireless network protection exposes all transferred car data to the public.
Mahara 17.04 before 17.04.8 and 17.10 before 17.10.5 and 18.04 before 18.04.1 are vulnerable to mentioning the usernames that are already taken by people registered in the system rather than masking that information.
An issue was discovered on Vgate iCar 2 Wi-Fi OBD2 Dongle devices. The OBD port is used to receive measurement data and debug information from the car. This on-board diagnostics feature can also be used to send commands to the car (different for every vendor / car product line / car). No authentication is needed, which allows attacks from the local Wi-Fi network.