IBM Notes and Domino on x86 Linux are incorrectly built requesting an executable stack. This can make it easier for attackers to exploit vulnerabilities in Notes,Domino,and any of the child processes that they may spawn.
Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions' 4690 Point of Sale operating system contains a password hashing algorithm that can be reversed. (CWE-328)
Openfire 3.9.1,and possibly earlier versions,contains an uncontrolled resource consumption(CWE-400)vulnerability when using XMPP DEFLATE message compression.
Xangati's software release contains relative path traversal(CWE-23)and command injection(CWE-78)vulnerabilities.
Artiva Agency Single Sign-On(SSO)feature checks only the local Windows login name which could allow an attacker to impersonate another Artiva Agency user.
PaperThin CommonSpot contains multiple vulnerabilities,which may allow an unauthenticated remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on the server.
PivotX 2.3.8,and possibly earlier versions,contains cross-site scripting(CWE-79)and unsafe file upload(CWE-434)vulnerabilities.
AMTELCO miSecureMessages Server Release 6.2 performs weak authentication for access to user messages(CWE-287).
Fortinet FortiADC D-series 3.2.0,and possibly earlier versions,contains a cross-site scripting vulnerability. (CWE-79)
ZyXEL Wireless N300 NetUSB Router NBG-419N running firmware version 1.00(BFQ.6)C0,and possibly earlier versions,is susceptible to multiple vulnerabilities. Other device models that use similar firmware may also be vulnerable.
The Microsoft Office file format converter contains a memory corruption vulnerability,which may allow a remote,unauthenticated attacker to execute arbitrary code with the privileges of the user.
OpenSSL 1.0.1 and 1.0.2 beta contain a vulnerability that could disclose sensitive private information to an attacker. This vulnerability is commonly referred to as"heartbleed."