There is an information leak vulnerability in Huawei smart speaker Myna. When the smart speaker is paired with the cloud through Wi-Fi, the speaker incorrectly processes some data. Attackers can exploit this vulnerability to read and modify specific configurations of speakers through a series of operations.
Some Huawei home routers have an input validation vulnerability. Due to input parameter is not correctly verified, an attacker can exploit this vulnerability by sending special constructed packets to obtain files in the device and upload files to some directories.
Huawei Atlas 300, Atlas 500 have a buffer overflow vulnerability. A local, authenticated attacker may craft specific parameter and send to the process to exploit this vulnerability. Successfully exploit may cause service crash.
verify_certificate_identity in the OpenSSL extension in Ruby before 2.0.0 patchlevel 645, 2.1.x before 2.1.6, and 2.2.x before 2.2.2 does not properly validate hostnames, which allows remote attackers to spoof servers via vectors related to (1) multiple wildcards, (1) wildcards in IDNA names, (3) case sensitivity, and (4) non-ASCII characters.
The PGP signature parsing in Module::Signature before 0.74 allows remote attackers to cause the unsigned portion of a SIGNATURE file to be treated as the signed portion via unspecified vectors.
cabextract before 1.6 does not properly check for leading slashes when extracting files, which allows remote attackers to conduct absolute directory traversal attacks via a malformed UTF-8 character that is changed to a UTF-8 encoded slash.
Some Huawei home routers have an improper authorization vulnerability. Due to improper authorization of certain programs, an attacker can exploit this vulnerability to execute uploaded malicious files and escalate privilege.
HiSuite with 188.8.131.525 and earlier versions and 184.108.40.2065(MAC) and earlier versions and HwBackup with earlier versions before 220.127.116.118 have a brute forcing encrypted backup data vulnerability. Huawei smartphone user backup information can be obtained by brute forcing the password for encrypting the backup.
P30, P30 Pro, Mate 20 smartphones with software of versions earlier than ELLE-AL00B 18.104.22.168(C00E190R2P1), versions earlier than VOGUE-AL00A 22.214.171.124(C00E190R2P1), versions earlier than Hima-AL00B 126.96.36.199(C00E133R2P1) and HiSuite with versions earlier than HiSuite 188.8.131.525 have a version downgrade vulnerability. The device and HiSuite software do not validate the upgrade package sufficiently, so that the system of smartphone can be downgraded to an older version.
There is a use of insufficiently random values vulnerability in Huawei ViewPoint products. An unauthenticated, remote attacker can guess information by a large number of attempts. Successful exploitation may cause information leak.