A remote code execution in Windows Codecs Library has been fixed by Microsoft with out-of-band patch on 30th June 2020.
The vulnerability allows attacker to remotely execute arbitrary code, if the victim opens maliciously crafted media file.
Disclosure Date: January 29, 2020 (last updated June 05, 2020)
In Sudo before 1.8.26, if pwfeedback is enabled in /etc/sudoers, users can trigger a stack-based buffer overflow in the privileged sudo process. (pwfeedback is a default setting in Linux Mint and elementary OS; however, it is NOT the default for upstream and many other packages, and would exist only if enabled by an administrator.) The attacker needs to deliver a long string to the stdin of getln() in tgetpass.c.
Disclosure Date: January 14, 2020 (last updated July 24, 2020)
A remote code execution vulnerability exists in .NET software when the software fails to check the source markup of a file.An attacker who successfully exploited the vulnerability could run arbitrary code in the context of the current user, aka '.NET Framework Remote Code Execution Vulnerability'. This CVE ID is unique from CVE-2020-0606.
Disclosure Date: May 11, 2007 (last updated July 30, 2020)
srsexec in Sun Remote Services (SRS) Net Connect Software Proxy Core package in Sun Solaris 10 does not enforce file permissions when opening files, which allows local users to read the first line of arbitrary files via the -d and -v options.
libssh versions 0.6 and above have an authentication bypass vulnerability in
the server code. By presenting the server an SSH2_MSG_USERAUTH_SUCCESS message
in place of the SSH2_MSG_USERAUTH_REQUEST message which the server would expect
to initiate authentication, the attacker could successfully authenticate without any credentials.
## Patch Availability
Patches addressing the issue have been posted to:
libssh version 0.8.4 and libssh 0.7.6 have been released to address this issue.
There is no workaround for this issue.
The bug was discovered by Peter Winter-Smith of NCC Group.
Patches are provided by the Anderson Toshiyuki Sasaki of Red Hat and the libssh team.
Disclosure Date: December 20, 2019 (last updated September 16, 2020)
Included in Log4j 1.2 is a SocketServer class that is vulnerable to deserialization of untrusted data which can be exploited to remotely execute arbitrary code when combined with a deserialization gadget when listening to untrusted network traffic for log data. This affects Log4j versions up to 1.2 up to 1.2.17.
Disclosure Date: February 12, 2019 (last updated July 24, 2020)
In FreeBSD 11.2-STABLE after r338618 and before r343786, 12.0-STABLE before r343781, and 12.0-RELEASE before 12.0-RELEASE-p3, a bug in the reference count implementation for UNIX domain sockets can cause a file structure to be incorrectly released potentially allowing a malicious local user to gain root privileges or escape from a jail.