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Disclosure Date: May 02, 2024 (last updated May 03, 2024)
pgAdmin <= 8.5 is affected by a multi-factor authentication bypass vulnerability. This vulnerability allows an attacker with knowledge of a legitimate account’s username and password may authenticate to the application and perform sensitive actions within the application, such as managing files and executing SQL queries, regardless of the account’s MFA enrollment status.
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Disclosure Date: March 07, 2024 (last updated March 14, 2024)
pgAdmin <= 8.3 is affected by a path-traversal vulnerability while deserializing users’ sessions in the session handling code. If the server is running on Windows, an unauthenticated attacker can load and deserialize remote pickle objects and gain code execution. If the server is running on POSIX/Linux, an authenticated attacker can upload pickle objects, deserialize them, and gain code execution.