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CVE-2022-20958: Cisco BroadWorks CommPilot Application allows authenticated users to upload configuration files on the platform. The lack of file validation and a broken access control on the vulnerable upload serverlet allows any authenticated user to upload a file which could be abused to run arbitrary code on the server.
CVE-2022-20951: Cisco BroadWorks CommPilot Application exposes a servlet that allows the application to be used as an HTTP proxy server. The lack of validation of the the target URL and the lack of authentication protection allows an unauthenticated attacker to achieve a full-read SSRF.
pfSense <= 2.5.2 allows authenticated users to inject arbitrary sed-specific code, which leads to an Arbitrary File Write, resulting in a Remote Code Execution. The vulnerability is also exploitable through a Cross-Site Request Forgery.
Visual Studio Code Remote Development Extension 1.50 failed to sanitize the host field before using it as an argument of the ssh command, allowing to inject a ProxyCommand option which could be used to run arbitray commands.
Corero SecureWatch Managed Services 9.7.2.0020 is affected by a Path Traversal vulnerability via the `snap_file` parameter in the `/it-IT/splunkd/__raw/services/get_snapshot` HTTP API endpoint. A 'low privileged' attacker can read any file on the target host.