Articles with tag: Vulnerability
POSTED BY: dimitris / 12.05.2014

Oracle WebCenter information exposure vulnerability

CENSUS ID:CENSUS-2014-0001
CVE ID:CVE-2014-0450
Oracle Tracking #:S0388414 (CPUApr2014)
Affected Products:Oracle Fusion Middleware (versions 11.1.1.7 and 11.1.1.8)
Class:Information Exposure (CWE-200), Privacy Violation (CWE-359)
Remote:Yes
Discovered by:Alex Zaharis
Researched by:Alex Zaharis, Patroklos Argyroudis

The Oracle WebCenter portal component in Oracle Fusion Middleware (versions 11.1.1.7 and 11.1.1.8) is vulnerable to an information exposure vulnerability. A malicious user may utilize this vulnerability to gain unauthenticated access to the list of valid usernames of the system, the users’ personal information and files linked to the users’ profiles.


POSTED BY: dimitris / 03.10.2011

Netvolution referer header SQL injection vulnerability

CENSUS ID:CENSUS-2011-0001
CVE ID:CVE-2011-3340
Affected Products:Netvolution v2.5.8 (ASP). Other versions may also be vulnerable.
Class:Improper Neutralization of Special Elements used in an SQL Command (‘SQL Injection’) (CWE-89)
Remote:Yes
Discovered by:Patroklos Argyroudis
Researched and Exploited by:Dimitris Glynos

Netvolution v2.5.8 is vulnerable to a blind SQL injection attack in the HTTP “referer” header. A malicious user may utilize this vulnerability to modify content on the vulnerable website, inject malicious javascript code to a visitor’s browser, collect CMS usernames and plaintext passwords and, in some cases, execute commands on the system hosting the database server. This is a critical vulnerability since it does not require authentication and its exploitation may go undetected.


POSTED BY: argp / 23.05.2010

FreeBSD kernel NFS client local vulnerabilities

CENSUS ID:CENSUS-2010-0001
CVE ID:CVE-2010-2020
Affected Products:FreeBSD 8.0-RELEASE, 7.3-RELEASE, 7.2-RELEASE
Class:Improper Input Validation (CWE-20)
Remote:No
Discovered by:Patroklos Argyroudis

We have discovered two improper input validation vulnerabilities in the FreeBSD kernel’s NFS client-side implementation (FreeBSD 8.0-RELEASE, 7.3-RELEASE and 7.2-RELEASE) that allow local unprivileged users to escalate their privileges, or to crash the system by performing a denial of service attack.


POSTED BY: argp / 14.12.2009

Monkey HTTPd improper input validation vulnerability

CENSUS ID:CENSUS-2009-0004
Affected Products:Monkey web server versions ≤ 0.9.2.
Class:Improper Input Validation (CWE-20), Incorrect Calculation (CWE-682)
Remote:Yes
Discovered by:Patroklos Argyroudis

We have discovered a remotely exploitable “improper input validation” vulnerability in the Monkey web server that allows an attacker to perform denial of service attacks by repeatedly crashing worker threads that process HTTP requests.