A Regular Expression Denial of Service vulnerability in GitLab CE/EE affecting all versions from 1.0.2 prior to 14.10.5, 15.0 prior to 15.0.4, and 15.1 prior to 15.1.1 allows an attacker to make a GitLab instance inaccessible via specially crafted web server response headers
An issue has been discovered in GitLab affecting all versions starting from 14.0 before 14.4.5, all versions starting from 14.5.0 before 14.5.3, all versions starting from 14.6.0 before 14.6.2. GitLab was not disabling the Autocomplete attribute of fields related to sensitive information making it possible to be retrieved under certain conditions.
Cross Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability in FusionPBX 4.5.26 allows remote unauthenticated users to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via an unsanitized “path” parameter in resources/login.php.
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An issue has been discovered in GitLab CE/EE affecting all versions from 8.13 prior to 14.10.5, 15.0 prior to 15.0.4, and 15.1 prior to 15.1.1. Under certain conditions, using the REST API an unprivileged user was able to change labels description.
An issue has been discovered in GitLab EE affecting all versions starting from 12.2 prior to 14.10.5, 15.0 prior to 15.0.4, and 15.1 prior to 15.1.1. In GitLab, if a group enables the setting to restrict access to users belonging to specific domains, that allow-list may be bypassed if a Maintainer uses the 'Invite a group' feature to invite a group that has members that don't comply with domain allow-list.
An issue has been discovered in GitLab CE/EE affecting all versions starting from 13.4 before 14.10.5, all versions starting from 15.0 before 15.0.4, all versions starting from 15.1 before 15.1.1. GitLab reveals if a user has enabled two-factor authentication on their account in the HTML source, to unauthenticated users.
Incorrect authorization in GitLab EE affecting all versions from 10.7 prior to 14.10.5, 15.0 prior to 15.0.4, and 15.1 prior to 15.1.1, allowed an attacker already in possession of a valid Deploy Key or a Deploy Token to misuse it from any location to access Container Registries even when IP address restrictions were configured.
Multiple persistent cross-site scripting (XSS) flaws were found in the way Aerogear handled certain user-supplied content. A remote attacker could use these flaws to compromise the application with specially crafted input.
The simplepush server iterates through the application installations and pushes a notification to the server provided by deviceToken. But this is user controlled. If a bogus applications is registered with bad deviceTokens, one can generate endless exceptions when those endpoints can't be reached or can slow the server down by purposefully wasting it's time with slow endpoints. Similarly, one can provide whatever HTTP end point they want. This turns the server into a DDOS vector or an anonymizer for the posting of malware and so on.