The Aerohive/Extreme Networks HiveOS administrative webinterface (NetConfig) is vulnerable to LFI because it uses an old version of PHP vulnerable to string truncation attacks. An attacker is able to use this in conjunction with log poisoning to gain root rights on a vulnerable access point.
Disclosure Date: March 09, 2017 (last updated July 30, 2020)
An issue was discovered in dnaTools dnaLIMS 4-2015s13. dnaLIMS is vulnerable to a NUL-terminated directory traversal attack allowing an unauthenticated attacker to access system files readable by the web server user (by using the viewAppletFsa.cgi seqID parameter).
The discovered bug occurs due to improper handling of some of the HTTP request headers provided by the client. This could allow an attacker to remotely exploit GateManager to achieve remote code execution without any authentication required. If carried out successfully, such an attack could result in a complete security breach that grants full access to a customer’s internal network, along with the ability to decrypt all traffic that passes through the VPN.
Disclosure Date: May 19, 2020 (last updated July 30, 2020)
The management tool in MyLittleAdmin 3.8 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code because machineKey is hardcoded (the same for all customers' installations) in web.config, and can be used to send serialized ASP code.
Disclosure Date: February 12, 2020 (last updated June 05, 2020)
The Bluetooth Low Energy Secure Manager Protocol (SMP) implementation on Telink Semiconductor BLE SDK versions before November 2019 for TLSR8x5x through 3.4.0, TLSR823x through 1.3.0, and TLSR826x through 3.3 devices installs a zero long term key (LTK) if an out-of-order link-layer encryption request is received during Secure Connections pairing. An attacker in radio range can have arbitrary read/write access to protected GATT service data, cause a device crash, or possibly control a device's function by establishing an encrypted session with the zero LTK.