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Disclosed: April 11, 2018
Metasploit's msfd-service makes it possible to get a msfconsole-like interface over a TCP socket. If this socket is accessible on a remote interface, an attacker can execute commands on the victim's machine. If msfd is running with higher privileges than the current local user, this module can also be used for privilege ...
Steamed Hams Exploit
Disclosed: April 01, 2018
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Disclosed: March 28, 2018
This module exploits a Drupal property injection in the Forms API. Drupal 6.x, < 7.58, 8.2.x, < 8.3.9, < 8.4.6, and < 8.5.1 are vulnerable.
Disclosed: March 21, 2018
This module exploits a flaw in OSX 10.13 through 10.13.3 that discloses the passwords of encrypted APFS volumes. In OSX a normal user can use the 'log' command to view the system logs. In OSX 10.13 to 10.13.2 when a user creates an encrypted APFS volume the password is visible in plaintext within these logs.
Etcd Version Scanner Exploit
Disclosed: March 16, 2018
This module connections to etcd API endpoints, typically on 2379/TCP, and attempts to obtain the version of etcd.
Disclosed: March 16, 2018
This module queries the etcd API to recursively retrieve all of the stored key value pairs. Etcd by default does not utilize authentication.
Disclosed: March 09, 2018
This module triggers a Denial of Service vulnerability in the Flexense HTTP server. Vulnerability caused by a user mode write access memory violation and can be triggered with rapidly sending variety of HTTP requests with long HTTP header values. Multiple Flexense applications that are using Flexense HTTP server 10.6.24 ...
HTTP SickRage Password Leak Exploit
Disclosed: March 08, 2018
SickRage < v2018-09-03 allows an attacker to view a user's saved Github credentials in HTTP responses unless the user has set login information for SickRage. By default, SickRage does not require login information for the installation.
Disclosed: March 07, 2018
This module exploits command injection vulnerability in the ManageEngine Application Manager product. An unauthenticated user can execute a operating system command under the context of privileged user. Publicly accessible testCredential.do endpoint takes multiple user inputs and validates supplied credentials by accessi...
Disclosed: March 03, 2018
This module exploits a vulnerability found in ClipBucket versions before 4.0.0 (Release 4902). A malicious file can be uploaded using an unauthenticated arbitrary file upload vulnerability. It is possible for an attacker to upload a malicious script to issue operating system commands. This issue is caused by improper sess...