An improper input validation vulnerability exists in Jenkins versions 2.106 and earlier, and LTS 2.89.3 and earlier, that allows an attacker to access plugin resource files in the META-INF and WEB-INF directories that should not be accessible, if the Jenkins home directory is on a case-insensitive file system.
An improper authorization vulnerability exists in Jenkins versions 2.106 and earlier, and LTS 2.89.3 and earlier, that allows an attacker to have Jenkins submit HTTP GET requests and get limited information about the response.
WonderCMS version 2.4.0 contains a Stored Cross-Site Scripting on File Upload through SVG vulnerability in uploadFileAction(), 'svg' => 'image/svg+xml' that can result in An attacker can execute arbitrary script on an unsuspecting user's browser. This attack appear to be exploitable via Crafted SVG File.
ARM mbedTLS version development branch, 2.7.0 and earlier contains a CWE-670, Incorrect condition control flow leading to incorrect return, leading to data loss vulnerability in ssl_write_real(), library/ssl_tls.c:7142 that can result in Leads to data loss, can be escalated to DoS and authorization bypass in application protocols. This attack appear to be exploitable via network connectivity.
Sensu, Inc. Sensu Core version Before 1.2.0 & before commit 46ff10023e8cbf1b6978838f47c51b20b98fe30b contains a CWE-522 vulnerability in Sensu::Utilities.redact_sensitive() that can result in sensitive configuration data (e.g. passwords) may be logged in clear-text. This attack appear to be exploitable via victims with configuration matching a specific pattern will observe sensitive data outputted in their service log files. This vulnerability appears to have been fixed in 1.2.1 and later, after commit 46ff10023e8cbf1b6978838f47c51b20b98fe30b.
ValidFormBuilder version 4.5.4 contains a PHP Object Injection vulnerability in Valid Form unserialize method that can result in Possible to execute unauthorised system commands remotely and disclose file contents in file system.
Jenkins Pipeline: Supporting APIs Plugin 2.17 and earlier have an arbitrary code execution due to incomplete sandbox protection: Methods related to Java deserialization like readResolve implemented in Pipeline scripts were not subject to sandbox protection, and could therefore execute arbitrary code. This could be exploited e.g. by regular Jenkins users with the permission to configure Pipelines in Jenkins, or by trusted committers to repositories containing Jenkinsfiles.
Jenkins Credentials Binding Plugin 1.14 and earlier masks passwords it provides to build processes in their build logs. Jenkins however transforms provided password values, e.g. replacing environment variable references, which could result in values different from but similar to configured passwords being provided to the build. Those values are not subject to masking, and could allow unauthorized users to recover the original password.
Jenkins JUnit Plugin 1.23 and earlier processes XML external entities in files it parses as part of the build process, allowing attackers with user permissions in Jenkins to extract secrets from the Jenkins master, perform server-side request forgery, or denial-of-service attacks.
Jenkins Android Lint Plugin 2.5 and earlier processes XML external entities in files it parses as part of the build process, allowing attackers with user permissions in Jenkins to extract secrets from the Jenkins master, perform server-side request forgery, or denial-of-service attacks.