STMicroelectronics STM32F1 devices have Incorrect Access Control.
node-mpv through 1.4.3 is vulnerable to Command Injection. It allows execution of arbitrary commands via the options argument.
diskusage-ng through 0.2.4 is vulnerable to Command Injection.It allows execution of arbitrary commands via the path argument.
Universal Robots Robot Controllers Version CB2 SW Version 1.4 upwards, CB3 SW Version 3.0 and upwards, e-series SW Version 5.0 and upwards expose a service called DashBoard server at port 29999 that allows for control over core robot functions like starting/stopping programs, shutdown, reset safety and more. The DashBoard server is not protected by any kind of authentication or authorization.
Universal Robots control box CB 3.1 across firmware versions (tested on 1.12.1, 1.12, 1.11 and 1.10) does not encrypt or protect in any way the intellectual property artifacts installed from the UR+ platform of hardware and software components (URCaps). These files (*.urcaps) are stored under ‘/root/.urcaps' as plain zip files containing all the logic to add functionality to the UR3, UR5 and UR10 robots. This flaw allows attackers with access to the robot or the robot network (while in combination with other flaws) to retrieve and easily exfiltrate all installed intellectual property.
CB3 SW Version 3.3 and upwards, e-series SW Version 5.0 and upwards allow authenticated access to the RTDE (Real-Time Data Exchange) interface on port 30004 which allows setting registers, the speed slider fraction as well as digital and analog Outputs. Additionally unautheticated reading of robot data is also possible
UR+ (Universal Robots+) is a platform of hardware and software component sellers, for Universal Robots robots. When installing any of these components in the robots (e.g. in the UR10), no integrity checks are performed. Moreover, the SDK for making such components can be easily obtained from Universal Robots. An attacker could exploit this flaw by crafting a custom component with the SDK, performing Person-In-The-Middle attacks (PITM) and shipping the maliciously-crafted component on demand.
An issue was discovered in the Linux kernel through 5.6.2. mpol_parse_str in mm/mempolicy.c has a stack-based out-of-bounds write because an empty nodelist is mishandled during mount option parsing, aka CID-aa9f7d5172fa.
An issue was discovered in libgpac.a in GPAC 0.8.0, as demonstrated by MP4Box. audio_sample_entry_Read in isomedia/box_code_base.c does not properly decide when to make gf_isom_box_del calls. This leads to various use-after-free outcomes involving mdia_Read, gf_isom_delete_movie, and gf_isom_parse_movie_boxes.
PRTG Network Monitor before 188.8.131.525 allows remote unauthenticated attackers to obtain information about probes running or the server itself (CPU usage, memory, Windows version, and internal statistics) via an HTTP request, as demonstrated by type=probes to login.htm or index.htm.
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