All versions of io.micronaut:micronaut-http-client before 1.2.11 and all versions from 1.3.0 before 1.3.2 are vulnerable to HTTP Request Header Injection due to not validating request headers passed to the client.
A webserver component in Paessler PRTG Network Monitor 19.2.50 to PRTG 20.1.56 allows unauthenticated remote command execution via a crafted POST request or the what parameter of the screenshot function in the Contact Support form.
Next.js versions before 9.3.2 have a directory traversal vulnerability. Attackers could craft special requests to access files in the dist directory (.next). This does not affect files outside of the dist directory (.next). In general, the dist directory only holds build assets unless your application intentionally stores other assets under this directory. This issue is fixed in version 9.3.2.
An issue was discovered in USC iLab cereal through 1.3.0. Serialization of an (initialized) C/C++ long double variable into a BinaryArchive or PortableBinaryArchive leaks several bytes of stack or heap memory, from which sensitive information (such as memory layout or private keys) can be gleaned if the archive is distributed outside of a trusted context.
The web interface of the Vertiv Avocent UMG-4000 version 184.108.40.206 is vulnerable to reflected XSS in an HTTP POST parameter. The web application does not neutralize user-controllable input before displaying to users in a web page, which could allow a remote attacker authenticated with a user account to execute arbitrary code.
The web interface of the Vertiv Avocent UMG-4000 version 220.127.116.11 is vulnerable to command injection because the application incorrectly neutralizes code syntax before executing. Since all commands within the web application are executed as root, this could allow a remote attacker authenticated with an administrator account to execute arbitrary commands as root.
The web interface of the Vertiv Avocent UMG-4000 version 18.104.22.168 is vulnerable to stored XSS. A remote attacker authenticated with an administrator account could store a maliciously named file within the web application that would execute each time a user browsed to the page.
X-Plane 11.41 and earlier allows Arbitrary Memory Write via crafted network packets, which could cause a denial of service or arbitrary code execution.
X-Plane 11.41 and earlier has multiple improper path validations that could allow reading and writing files from/to arbitrary paths (or a leak of OS credentials to a remote system) via crafted network packets. This could be used to execute arbitrary commands on the system.
In Intland codeBeamer ALM 9.5 and earlier, a cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the Upload Flash File feature allows authenticated remote attackers to inject arbitrary scripts via an active script embedded in an SWF file.