A potential security vulnerability with pre-boot DMA may allow unauthorized UEFI code execution using open-case attacks. This industry-wide issue requires physically accessing internal expansion slots with specialized hardware and software tools to modify UEFI code in memory. This affects HP Intel-based Business PCs that support Microsoft Windows 10 Kernel DMA protection. Affected versions depend on platform (prior to 01.04.02; or prior to 02.04.01; or prior to 02.04.02).
A user who owns an ENS domain can set a trapdoor, allowing them to transfer ownership to another user, and later regain ownership without the new owners consent or awareness. A new ENS deployment is being rolled out that fixes this vulnerability in the ENS registry.
All versions of com.puppycrawl.tools:checkstyle before 8.29 are vulnerable to XML External Entity (XXE) Injection due to an incomplete fix for CVE-2019-9658.
In Kronos Web Time and Attendance (webTA) 4.1.x and later 4.x versions before 5.0, there is a Stored XSS vulnerability by setting the Application Banner input field of the /ApplicationBanner page as an authenticated administrator.
In Opencast before 7.6 and 8.1, using a remember-me cookie with an arbitrary username can cause Opencast to assume proper authentication for that user even if the remember-me cookie was incorrect given that the attacked endpoint also allows anonymous access. This way, an attacker can, for example, fake a remember-me token, assume the identity of the global system administrator and request non-public content from the search service without ever providing any proper authentication. This problem is fixed in Opencast 7.6 and Opencast 8.1
In Kronos Web Time and Attendance (webTA) 3.8.x and later 3.x versions before 4.0, the com.threeis.webta.H491delegate servlet allows an attacker with Timekeeper or Supervisor privileges to gain unauthorized administrative privileges within the application via the delegate, delegateRole, and delegatorUserId parameters.
In Kronos Web Time and Attendance (webTA) 3.8.x and later 3.x versions before 4.0, the com.threeis.webta.H402editUser servlet allows an attacker with Timekeeper, Master Timekeeper, or HR Admin privileges to gain unauthorized administrative privileges within the application via the emp_id, userid, pw1, pw2, supervisor, and timekeeper parameters.
A stored XSS vulnerability in Kronos Web Time and Attendance (webTA) affects 3.8.x and later 3.x versions before 4.0 via multiple input fields (Login Message, Banner Message, and Password Instructions) of the com.threeis.webta.H261configMenu servlet via an authenticated administrator.
In Opencast before 7.6 and 8.1, users with the role ROLE_COURSE_ADMIN can use the user-utils endpoint to create new users not including the role ROLE_ADMIN. ROLE_COURSE_ADMIN is a non-standard role in Opencast which is referenced neither in the documentation nor in any code (except for tests) but only in the security configuration. From the name ï¿½ implying an admin for a specific course ï¿½ users would never expect that this role allows user creation. This issue is fixed in 7.6 and 8.1 which both ship a new default security configuration.