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CVE-2019-9202: a Command Injection vulnerability in Nagios Incident Manager (component of Nagios XI) before 2.2.7 allows authenticated attackers to achieve remote code execution via a malicious host record.
CVE-2019-9204: a SQL Injection vulnerability in Nagios Incident Manager (component of Nagios XI) before 2.2.7 allows authenticated attackers to inject additional SQL statements via the incident_id parameter.
CVE-2019-9203: An Authorization Bypass vulnerability in Nagios Incident Manager (component of Nagios XI) before 2.2.7 allows unauthenticated users to bypass the authentication checks via a void token.
CVE-2019-9164: a command injection vulnerability in Nagios XI before 5.5.11 allows authenticated users to execute arbitrary remote commands via a new autodiscovery job.
CVE-2019-9166: a privilege escalation in Nagios XI before 5.5.11 allows local attackers to elevate privileges to root via write access to config.inc.php.
CVE-2019-9165: a SQL injection vulnerability in Nagios XI before 5.5.11 allows attackers with a valid 'fusekey' API key to execute arbitrary SQL commands via a malicious user id.
CVE-2019-9167: a cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in Nagios XI before 5.5.11 allows attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via the xiwindow parameter.