An issue was discovered in cp-demangle.c in GNU libiberty, as distributed in GNU Binutils 2.31. There is a stack consumption problem caused by the cplus_demangle_type function making recursive calls to itself in certain scenarios involving many ‘P’ characters.
Carestream Vue RIS, RIS Client Builds: Version 11.2 and prior running on a Windows 8.1 machine with IIS/7.5. When contacting a Carestream server where there is no Oracle TNS listener available, users will trigger an HTTP 500 error, leaking technical information an attacker could use to initiate a more elaborate attack.
PHP Scripts Mall Market Place Script 1.0.1 allows XSS via a keyword.
PHP Scripts Mall Domain Lookup Script 3.0.5 allows XSS in the search bar.
PHP Scripts Mall Website Seller Script 2.0.5 has XSS via a keyword. NOTE: This may overlap with CVE-2018-6870 which has XSS via the Listings Search feature.
PHP Scripts Mall Olx Clone 3.4.2 has XSS.
Mediawiki 1.31 before 1.31.1 misses .htaccess files in the provided tarball used to protect some directories that shouldn’t be web accessible.
Mediawiki 1.31 before 1.31.1, 1.30.1, 1.29.3 and 1.27.5 contains an information disclosure flaw in the Special:Redirect/logid
Mediawiki 1.31 before 1.31.1, 1.30.1, 1.29.3 and 1.27.5 contains a flaw where contrary to the documentation, $wgRateLimits entry for ‘user’ overrides that for ‘newbie’.
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