This might be proprietary software.
|2020-07-29||CVE-2020-15705||GRUB2 fails to validate kernel signature when booted directly without shim, allowing secure boot to be bypassed. This only affects systems where the kernel signing certificate has been imported directly into the secure boot database and the GRUB image is booted directly without the use of shim. This issue affects GRUB2 version 2.04 and prior versions.||Ubuntu_linux, Debian_linux, Grub2, Windows_10, Windows_8\.1, Windows_rt_8\.1, Windows_server_2012, Windows_server_2016, Windows_server_2019, Leap, Enterprise_linux, Enterprise_linux_atomic_host, Openshift_container_platform, Suse_linux_enterprise_server||6.4|
|2020-07-29||CVE-2020-14308||In grub2 versions before 2.06 the grub memory allocator doesn't check for possible arithmetic overflows on the requested allocation size. This leads the function to return invalid memory allocations which can be further used to cause possible integrity, confidentiality and availability impacts during the boot process.||Grub2||6.4|
|2020-07-31||CVE-2020-14311||There is an issue with grub2 before version 2.06 while handling symlink on ext filesystems. A filesystem containing a symbolic link with an inode size of UINT32_MAX causes an arithmetic overflow leading to a zero-sized memory allocation with subsequent heap-based buffer overflow.||Grub2, Enterprise_linux, Enterprise_linux_eus, Enterprise_linux_server_aus, Enterprise_linux_server_tus||6.0|
|2020-07-29||CVE-2020-15707||Integer overflows were discovered in the functions grub_cmd_initrd and grub_initrd_init in the efilinux component of GRUB2, as shipped in Debian, Red Hat, and Ubuntu (the functionality is not included in GRUB2 upstream), leading to a heap-based buffer overflow. These could be triggered by an extremely large number of arguments to the initrd command on 32-bit architectures, or a crafted filesystem with very large files on any architecture. An attacker could use this to execute arbitrary code...||Ubuntu_linux, Debian_linux, Grub2, Windows_10, Windows_8\.1, Windows_rt_8\.1, Windows_server_2012, Windows_server_2016, Windows_server_2019, Active_iq_unified_manager, Leap, Enterprise_linux, Enterprise_linux_atomic_host, Openshift_container_platform, Suse_linux_enterprise_server||6.4|