Tor Browser through 8.5.3 has an information exposure vulnerability. It allows remote attackers to detect the browser’s language via vectors involving an IFRAME element, because text in that language is included in the title attribute of a LINK element for a non-HTML page. This is related to a behavior of Firefox before 68.
public/app/features/panel/panel_ctrl.ts in Grafana before 6.2.5 allows HTML Injection in panel drilldown links (via the Title or url field).
njs through 0.3.3, used in NGINX, has a buffer over-read in nxt_utf8_decode in nxt/nxt_utf8.c. This issue occurs after the fix for CVE-2019-12207 is in place.
Logitech Unifying devices allow live decryption if the pairing of a keyboard to a receiver is sniffed.
Logitech Unifying devices allow keystroke injection, bypassing encryption. The attacker must press a "magic" key combination while sniffing cryptographic data from a Radio Frequency transmission. NOTE: this issue exists because of an incomplete fix for CVE-2016-10761.
The Logitech R500 presentation clicker allows attackers to determine the AES key, leading to keystroke injection. On Windows, any text may be injected by using ALT+NUMPAD input to bypass the restriction on the characters A through Z.
Certain Logitech Unifying devices allow attackers to dump AES keys and addresses, leading to the capability of live decryption of Radio Frequency transmissions, as demonstrated by an attack against a Logitech K360 keyboard.
Logitech Unifying devices before 2016-02-26 allow keystroke injection, bypassing encryption, aka MouseJack.
Interaction between the sks-keyserver code through 1.2.0 of the SKS keyserver network, and GnuPG through 2.2.16, makes it risky to have a GnuPG keyserver configuration line referring to a host on the SKS keyserver network. Retrieving data from this network may cause a persistent denial of service, because of a Certificate Spamming Attack.