This might be proprietary software.
|2020-11-24||CVE-2020-10763||An information-disclosure flaw was found in the way Heketi before 10.1.0 logs sensitive information. This flaw allows an attacker with local access to the Heketi server to read potentially sensitive information such as gluster-block passwords.||Heketi, Enterprise_linux, Gluster_storage, Openshift_container_platform||5.5|
|2019-04-22||CVE-2019-3899||It was found that default configuration of Heketi does not require any authentication potentially exposing the management interface to misuse. This isue only affects heketi as shipped with Openshift Container Platform 3.11.||Heketi, Openshift_container_platform||9.8|
|2017-12-18||CVE-2017-15104||An access flaw was found in Heketi 5, where the heketi.json configuration file was world readable. An attacker having local access to the Heketi server could read plain-text passwords from the heketi.json file.||Heketi, Enterprise_linux||N/A|
|2017-12-18||CVE-2017-15103||A security-check flaw was found in the way the Heketi 5 server API handled user requests. An authenticated Heketi user could send specially crafted requests to the Heketi server, resulting in remote command execution as the user running Heketi server and possibly privilege escalation.||Heketi, Enterprise_linux||8.8|