This feed contains the most recent CVE cyber vulnerabilities published within the National Vulnerability Database.
Updated: 17 min 24 sec ago
ZoneMinder through 1.32.3 has SQL Injection via the skins/classic/views/events.php filter[Query][terms][cnj] parameter.
ZoneMinder before 1.32.3 has SQL Injection via the ajax/status.php sort parameter.
includes/database.php in ZoneMinder before 1.32.3 has XSS in the construction of SQL-ERR messages.
skins/classic/views/controlcap.php in ZoneMinder before 1.32.3 has XSS via the newControl array, as demonstrated by the newControl[MinTiltRange] parameter.
daemonControl in includes/functions.php in ZoneMinder before 1.32.3 allows command injection via shell metacharacters.
ZoneMinder before 1.32.3 has SQL Injection via the skins/classic/views/control.php groupSql parameter, as demonstrated by a newGroup[MonitorIds] value.
ZoneMinder before 1.32.3 has SQL Injection via the ajax/status.php filter[Query][terms][cnj] parameter.
JTBC(PHP) 126.96.36.199 allows Arbitrary File Upload via the console/#/console/file/manage.php?type=list URI, as demonstrated by a .php file.
imcat 4.5 has Stored XSS via the root/run/adm.php fm[instop][note] parameter.
upload/protected/modules/admini/views/post/index.php in BageCMS through 3.1.4 allows SQL Injection via the title or titleAlias parameter.
A SQL Injection vulnerability exists in PbootCMS v1.3.2 via the description parameter in apps\admin\controller\content\ContentController.php.
global.encryptPassword in bootstrap/global.js in CMSWing 1.3.7 relies on multiple MD5 operations for password hashing.
admin/dl_data.php in zzcms 2018 (2018-10-19) allows remote attackers to delete arbitrary files via action=del&filename=../ directory traversal.
FeiFeiCms 4.0.181010 on Windows allows remote attackers to read or delete arbitrary files via index.php?s=Admin-Data-Down-id-..\ or index.php?s=Admin-Data-Del-id-..\ directory traversal.
On Xiaomi MIX 2 devices with the 4.4.78 kernel, a NULL pointer dereference in the ioctl interface of the device file /dev/elliptic1 or /dev/elliptic0 causes a system crash via IOCTL 0x4008c575 (aka decimal 1074316661).