Find out how a vulnerability in NETGEAR D7000 device allows remote unauthenticated users to reveal the ‘admin’ password used to login to the admin web interface of the product. NOTE: The vendor states that multiple other devices are also vulnerable.
SSD Advisory – Samsung S10+/S9 kernel 4.14 (Android 10) Kernel Function Address (.text) and Heap Address Information Leak
Find out how a vulnerability discovered in Samsung S10+/S9 kernel allows leaking of sensitive function address information.
Find out how an XSS in IP-Board can be leveraged into an remote code execution.
Find out how a CSWH hijacking vulnerability in aaPanel allows remote attackers to cause an authenticated user to execute arbitrary commands inside aaPanel’s managed servers.
Find out how a cross site scripting vulnerability in SmarterMail allows remote attackers to obtain the JWT token used to authenticate the user.
Find out how a directory traversal vulnerability in Ivanti Avalanche allows remote unauthenticated user to access files that reside outside the ‘image’ folder.
Find out how a vulnerability in VoIPmonitor allows an unauthenticated attacker to execute arbitrary code.
TL;DR Find out how vulnerabilities in TG8 Firewall allows remote unauthenticated users to execute arbitrary code on the remote device as well as disclose the passwords of existing accounts. Vulnerability Summary Two security vulnerabilities in
TL;DR Find out how a vulnerability in NETGEAR R7000 allows an attacker to run arbitrary code without requiring authentication with the device. Vulnerability Summary A vulnerability allows network-adjacent attackers to execute arbitrary code on affected
TL;DR Find out how multiple vulnerabilities in Hongdian H8922 allow an attacker to run arbitrary commands on the device with root privileges as well as access the device with root privileges via a backdoor account.
TL;DR Find out how a vulnerability in OverlayFS allows local users under Ubuntu to gain root privileges. Vulnerability Summary An Ubuntu specific issue in the overlayfs file system in the Linux kernel where it did
TL;DR Find out how a memory corruption vulnerability can lead to a pre-auth remote code execution on QNAP QTS’s Surveillance Station plugin. Vulnerability Summary QNAP NAS with “Surveillance Station Local Display function can perform monitoring