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#Vulnerabilities 30
Date ID Summary Products Score Patch
2020-08-06 CVE-2020-16845 Go before 1.13.15 and 14.x before 1.14.7 can have an infinite read loop in ReadUvarint and ReadVarint in encoding/binary via invalid inputs. Go, Leap N/A
2020-07-17 CVE-2020-15586 Go before 1.13.13 and 1.14.x before 1.14.5 has a data race in some net/http servers, as demonstrated by the httputil.ReverseProxy Handler, because it reads a request body and writes a response at the same time. Cf\-Deployment, Routing\-Release, Go N/A
2020-07-17 CVE-2020-14039 In Go before 1.13.13 and 1.14.x before 1.14.5, Certificate.Verify may lack a check on the VerifyOptions.KeyUsages EKU requirements (if VerifyOptions.Roots equals nil and the installation is on Windows). Thus, X.509 certificate verification is incomplete. Go N/A
2020-09-02 CVE-2020-24553 Go before 1.14.8 and 1.15.x before 1.15.1 allows XSS because text/html is the default for CGI/FCGI handlers that lack a Content-Type header. Go N/A
2019-10-24 CVE-2019-17596 Go before 1.12.11 and 1.3.x before 1.13.2 can panic upon an attempt to process network traffic containing an invalid DSA public key. There are several attack scenarios, such as traffic from a client to a server that verifies client certificates. Debian_linux, Go N/A
2020-03-16 CVE-2020-7919 Go before 1.12.16 and 1.13.x before 1.13.7 (and the crypto/cryptobyte package before 0.0.0-20200124225646-8b5121be2f68 for Go) allows attacks on clients (resulting in a panic) via a malformed X.509 certificate. Go N/A
2020-02-08 CVE-2015-5741 The net/http library in net/http/transfer.go in Go before 1.4.3 does not properly parse HTTP headers, which allows remote attackers to conduct HTTP request smuggling attacks via a request that contains Content-Length and Transfer-Encoding header fields. Go, Enterprise_linux, Openstack N/A
2016-07-19 CVE-2016-5386 The net/http package in Go through 1.6 does not attempt to address RFC 3875 section 4.1.18 namespace conflicts and therefore does not protect CGI applications from the presence of untrusted client data in the HTTP_PROXY environment variable, which might allow remote attackers to redirect a CGI application's outbound HTTP traffic to an arbitrary proxy server via a crafted Proxy header in an HTTP request, aka an "httpoxy" issue. Fedora, Go, Linux, Enterprise_linux_server, Enterprise_linux_server_aus, Enterprise_linux_server_eus 8.1
2019-09-30 CVE-2019-16276 Go before 1.12.10 and 1.13.x before 1.13.1 allow HTTP Request Smuggling. Go N/A
2017-10-05 CVE-2017-15042 An unintended cleartext issue exists in Go before 1.8.4 and 1.9.x before 1.9.1. RFC 4954 requires that, during SMTP, the PLAIN auth scheme must only be used on network connections secured with TLS. The original implementation of smtp.PlainAuth in Go 1.0 enforced this requirement, and it was documented to do so. In 2013, upstream issue #5184, this was changed so that the server may decide whether PLAIN is acceptable. The result is that if you set up a man-in-the-middle SMTP server that... Go 5.9