An issue was discovered in OXID eShop Enterprise Edition before 5.3.8, 6.0.x before 6.0.3, and 6.1.x before 6.1.0; Professional Edition before 4.10.8, 5.x and 6.0.x before 6.0.3, and 6.1.x before 6.1.0; and Community Edition before 4.10.8, 5.x and 6.0.x before 6.0.3, and 6.1.x before 6.1.0. An attacker could gain access to the admin panel or a customer account when using the password reset function. To do so, it is required to own a domain name similar to the one the victim uses for their e-mail accounts.
An issue was discovered in the Paymorrow module 1.0.0 before 1.0.2 and 2.0.0 before 2.0.1 for OXID eShop. An attacker can bypass delivery-address change detection if the payment module doesn't use eShop's checkout procedure properly. To do so, the attacker must change the delivery address to one that is not verified by the Paymorrow module.
The IBM Java Runtime Environment's Diagnostic Tooling Framework for Java (DTFJ) (IBM SDK, Java Technology Edition 6.0 , 7.0, and 8.0) does not protect against path traversal attacks when extracting compressed dump files. IBM X-Force ID: 144882.
A flaw in the java.math component in IBM SDK, Java Technology Edition 6.0, 7.0, and 8.0 may allow an attacker to inflict a denial-of-service attack with specially crafted String data. IBM X-Force ID: 141681.
A path traversal vulnerability in Tridium Niagara AX Versions 3.8 and prior and Niagara 4 systems Versions 4.4 and prior installed on Microsoft Windows Systems can be exploited by leveraging valid platform (administrator) credentials.
The interactive installer in PostgreSQL before 9.3.15, 9.4.x before 9.4.10, and 9.5.x before 9.5.5 might allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code by leveraging use of HTTP to download software.