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[原文]PostgreSQL versions before 9.4.13, 9.5.8 and 9.6.4 are vulnerable to authorization flaw allowing remote authenticated attackers with no privileges on a large object to overwrite the entire contents of the object, resulting in a denial of service.
[原文]An Improper Authorization issue was discovered in OSIsoft PI Integrator for Business Analytics before 2016 R2, PI Integrator for Microsoft Azure before 2016 R2 SP1, and PI Integrator for SAP HANA before 2017. An attacker is able to gain privileged access to the system while unauthorized.
[原文]An issue was discovered in heinekingmedia StashCat through 1.7.5 for Android, through 0.0.80w for Web, and through 0.0.86 for Desktop. The logout mechanism does not check for authorization. Therefore, an attacker only needs to know the device ID. This causes a denial of service. This might be interpreted as a vulnerability in customer-controlled software, in the sense that the StashCat client side has no secure way to signal that it is ending a session and that data should be deleted.
[原文]Red Hat 3scale (aka RH-3scale) API Management Platform (AMP) before 2.0.0 would permit creation of an access token without a client secret. An attacker could use this flaw to circumvent authentication controls and gain access to restricted APIs. NOTE: some sources have a typo in which CVE-2017-7512 maps to an OpenVPN vulnerability. The proper CVE ID for that OpenVPN vulnerability is CVE-2017-7521. Specifically, CVE-2017-7521 is the correct CVE ID for TWO closely related findings in OpenVPN. Any source that lists BOTH CVE-2017-7512 and CVE-2017-7521 for OpenVPN should have listed ONLY CVE-2017-7521.
[原文]IBM Informix Open Admin Tool 11.5, 11.7, and 12.1 could allow an unauthorized user to execute arbitrary code as system admin on Windows servers. IBM X-Force ID: 120390.
[原文]The RSCD agent in BMC Server Automation before 8.6 SP1 Patch 2 and 8.7 before Patch 3 on Windows might allow remote attackers to bypass authorization checks and make an RPC call via unspecified vectors.