Product:

Micollab

(Mitel)
Repositories git://git.openssl.org/openssl.git
#Vulnerabilities 23
Date Id Summary Products Score Patch Annotated
2021-08-13 CVE-2021-32072 The MiCollab Client Service component in Mitel MiCollab before 9.3 could allow an attacker to get source code information (disclosing sensitive application data) due to insufficient output sanitization. A successful exploit could allow an attacker to view source code methods. Micollab 6.5
2021-08-13 CVE-2021-27401 The Join Meeting page of Mitel MiCollab Web Client before 9.2 FP2 could allow an attacker to access (view and modify) user data by executing arbitrary code due to insufficient input validation, aka Cross-Site Scripting (XSS). Micollab 6.1
2021-08-13 CVE-2021-27402 The SAS Admin portal of Mitel MiCollab before 9.2 FP2 could allow an unauthenticated attacker to access (view and modify) user data by injecting arbitrary directory paths due to improper URL validation, aka Directory Traversal. Micollab 6.5
2021-08-13 CVE-2021-32067 The MiCollab Client Service component in Mitel MiCollab before 9.3 could allow an attacker to view sensitive system information through an HTTP response due to insufficient output sanitization. Micollab 6.5
2021-08-13 CVE-2021-32068 The AWV and MiCollab Client Service components in Mitel MiCollab before 9.3 could allow an attacker to perform a Man-In-the-Middle attack by sending multiple session renegotiation requests, due to insufficient TLS session controls. A successful exploit could allow an attacker to modify application data and state. Micollab 3.7
2021-08-13 CVE-2021-32069 The AWV component of Mitel MiCollab before 9.3 could allow an attacker to perform a Man-In-the-Middle attack due to improper TLS negotiation. A successful exploit could allow an attacker to view and modify data. Micollab 4.8
2021-08-13 CVE-2021-32070 The MiCollab Client Service component in Mitel MiCollab before 9.3 could allow an attacker to perform a clickjacking attack due to an insecure header response. A successful exploit could allow an attacker to modify the browser header and redirect users. Micollab 5.4
2021-08-13 CVE-2021-32071 The MiCollab Client service in Mitel MiCollab before 9.3 could allow an unauthenticated user to gain system access due to improper access control. A successful exploit could allow an attacker to view and modify application data, and cause a denial of service for users. Micollab 9.8
2018-05-22 CVE-2018-3639 Systems with microprocessors utilizing speculative execution and speculative execution of memory reads before the addresses of all prior memory writes are known may allow unauthorized disclosure of information to an attacker with local user access via a side-channel analysis, aka Speculative Store Bypass (SSB), Variant 4. Cortex\-A, Ubuntu_linux, Debian_linux, Atom_c, Atom_e, Atom_x5\-E3930, Atom_x5\-E3940, Atom_x7\-E3950, Atom_z, Celeron_j, Celeron_n, Core_i3, Core_i5, Core_i7, Core_m, Pentium, Pentium_j, Pentium_silver, Xeon_e3, Xeon_e3_1105c_v2, Xeon_e3_1125c_v2, Xeon_e3_12201, Xeon_e3_12201_v2, Xeon_e3_1220_v2, Xeon_e3_1220_v3, Xeon_e3_1220_v5, Xeon_e3_1220_v6, Xeon_e3_1220l_v3, Xeon_e3_1225, Xeon_e3_1225_v2, Xeon_e3_1225_v3, Xeon_e3_1225_v5, Xeon_e3_1225_v6, Xeon_e3_1226_v3, Xeon_e3_1230, Xeon_e3_1230_v2, Xeon_e3_1230_v3, Xeon_e3_1230_v5, Xeon_e3_1230_v6, Xeon_e3_1230l_v3, Xeon_e3_1231_v3, Xeon_e3_1235, Xeon_e3_1235l_v5, Xeon_e3_1240, Xeon_e3_1240_v2, Xeon_e3_1240_v3, Xeon_e3_1240_v5, Xeon_e3_1240_v6, Xeon_e3_1240l_v3, Xeon_e3_1240l_v5, Xeon_e3_1241_v3, Xeon_e3_1245, Xeon_e3_1245_v2, Xeon_e3_1245_v3, Xeon_e3_1245_v5, Xeon_e3_1245_v6, Xeon_e3_1246_v3, Xeon_e3_1258l_v4, Xeon_e3_1260l, Xeon_e3_1260l_v5, Xeon_e3_1265l_v2, Xeon_e3_1265l_v3, Xeon_e3_1265l_v4, Xeon_e3_1268l_v3, Xeon_e3_1268l_v5, Xeon_e3_1270, Xeon_e3_1270_v2, Xeon_e3_1270_v3, Xeon_e3_1270_v5, Xeon_e3_1270_v6, Xeon_e3_1271_v3, Xeon_e3_1275_v2, Xeon_e3_1275_v3, Xeon_e3_1275_v5, Xeon_e3_1275_v6, Xeon_e3_1275l_v3, Xeon_e3_1276_v3, Xeon_e3_1278l_v4, Xeon_e3_1280, Xeon_e3_1280_v2, Xeon_e3_1280_v3, Xeon_e3_1280_v5, Xeon_e3_1280_v6, Xeon_e3_1281_v3, Xeon_e3_1285_v3, Xeon_e3_1285_v4, Xeon_e3_1285_v6, Xeon_e3_1285l_v3, Xeon_e3_1285l_v4, Xeon_e3_1286_v3, Xeon_e3_1286l_v3, Xeon_e3_1290, Xeon_e3_1290_v2, Xeon_e3_1501l_v6, Xeon_e3_1501m_v6, Xeon_e3_1505l_v5, Xeon_e3_1505l_v6, Xeon_e3_1505m_v5, Xeon_e5, Xeon_e5_1428l, Xeon_e5_1428l_v2, Xeon_e5_1428l_v3, Xeon_e5_1620, Xeon_e5_1620_v2, Xeon_e5_1620_v3, Xeon_e5_1620_v4, Xeon_e5_1630_v3, Xeon_e5_1630_v4, Xeon_e5_1650, Xeon_e5_1650_v2, Xeon_e5_1650_v3, Xeon_e5_1650_v4, Xeon_e5_1660, Xeon_e5_1660_v2, Xeon_e5_1660_v3, Xeon_e5_1660_v4, Xeon_e5_1680_v3, Xeon_e5_1680_v4, Xeon_e5_2403, Xeon_e5_2403_v2, Xeon_e5_2407, Xeon_e5_2407_v2, Xeon_e5_2408l_v3, Xeon_e5_2418l, Xeon_e5_2418l_v2, Xeon_e5_2418l_v3, Xeon_e5_2420, Xeon_e5_2420_v2, Xeon_e5_2428l, Xeon_e5_2428l_v2, Xeon_e5_2428l_v3, Xeon_e5_2430, Xeon_e5_2430_v2, Xeon_e5_2430l, Xeon_e5_2430l_v2, Xeon_e5_2438l_v3, Xeon_e5_2440, Xeon_e5_2440_v2, Xeon_e5_2448l, Xeon_e5_2448l_v2, Xeon_e5_2450, Xeon_e5_2450_v2, Xeon_e5_2450l, Xeon_e5_2450l_v2, Xeon_e5_2470, Xeon_e5_2470_v2, Xeon_e5_2603, Xeon_e5_2603_v2, Xeon_e5_2603_v3, Xeon_e5_2603_v4, Xeon_e5_2608l_v3, Xeon_e5_2608l_v4, Xeon_e5_2609, Xeon_e5_2609_v2, Xeon_e5_2609_v3, Xeon_e5_2609_v4, Xeon_e5_2618l_v2, Xeon_e5_2618l_v3, Xeon_e5_2618l_v4, Xeon_e5_2620, Xeon_e5_2620_v2, Xeon_e5_2620_v3, Xeon_e5_2620_v4, Xeon_e5_2623_v3, Xeon_e5_2623_v4, Xeon_e5_2628l_v2, Xeon_e5_2628l_v3, Xeon_e5_2628l_v4, Xeon_e5_2630, Xeon_e5_2630_v2, Xeon_e5_2630_v3, Xeon_e5_2630_v4, Xeon_e5_2630l, Xeon_e5_2630l_v2, Xeon_e5_2630l_v3, Xeon_e5_2630l_v4, Xeon_e5_2637, Xeon_e5_2637_v2, Xeon_e5_2637_v3, Xeon_e5_2637_v4, Xeon_e5_2640, Xeon_e5_2640_v2, Xeon_e5_2640_v3, Xeon_e5_2640_v4, Xeon_e5_2643, Xeon_e5_2643_v2, Xeon_e5_2643_v3, Xeon_e5_2643_v4, Xeon_e5_2648l, Xeon_e5_2648l_v2, Xeon_e5_2648l_v3, Xeon_e5_2648l_v4, Xeon_e5_2650, Xeon_e5_2650_v2, Xeon_e5_2650_v3, Xeon_e5_2650_v4, Xeon_e5_2650l, Xeon_e5_2650l_v2, Xeon_e5_2650l_v3, Xeon_e7, Xeon_e\-1105c, Xeon_gold, Xeon_platinum, Xeon_silver, Surface, Surface_book, Surface_pro, Surface_pro_with_lte_advanced, Surface_studio, Windows_10, Windows_7, Windows_8\.1, Windows_server_2008, Windows_server_2012, Windows_server_2016, Micloud_management_portal, Micollab, Mivoic_mx\-One, Mivoice_5000, Mivoice_border_gateway, Mivoice_business, Mivoice_connect, Open_integration_gateway, Jetson_tx1, Jetson_tx2, Local_service_management_system, Solaris, Enterprise_linux_desktop, Enterprise_linux_eus, Enterprise_linux_server, Enterprise_linux_server_aus, Enterprise_linux_server_tus, Enterprise_linux_workstation, Mrg_realtime, Openstack, Virtualization, Virtualization_manager, Struxureware_data_center_expert, Itc1500_firmware, Itc1500_pro_firmware, Itc1900_firmware, Itc1900_pro_firmware, Itc2200_firmware, Itc2200_pro_firmware, Ruggedcom_ape_firmware, Simatic_et_200_sp_firmware, Simatic_field_pg_m4_firmware, Simatic_field_pg_m5_firmware, Simatic_ipc3000_smart_firmware, Simatic_ipc347e_firmware, Simatic_ipc427c_firmware, Simatic_ipc427d_firmware, Simatic_ipc427e_firmware, Simatic_ipc477c_firmware, Simatic_ipc477d_firmware, Simatic_ipc477e_firmware, Simatic_ipc477e_pro_firmware, Simatic_ipc547e_firmware, Simatic_ipc547g_firmware, Simatic_ipc627c_firmware, Simatic_ipc627d_firmware, Simatic_ipc647c_firmware, Simatic_ipc647d_firmware, Simatic_ipc677c_firmware, Simatic_ipc677d_firmware, Simatic_ipc827c_firmware, Simatic_ipc827d_firmware, Simatic_ipc847c_firmware, Simatic_ipc847d_firmware, Simatic_itp1000_firmware, Simatic_s7\-1500_firmware, Simotion_p320\-4e_firmware, Sinema_remote_connect_firmware, Sinumerik_840_d_sl_firmware, Sinumerik_pcu_50\.5_firmware, Sinumerik_tcu_30\.3_firmware, Cloud_global_management_system, Email_security, Global_management_system, Secure_mobile_access, Sonicosv, Web_application_firewall 5.5
2020-08-26 CVE-2020-13767 The Mitel MiCollab application before 9.1.332 for iOS could allow an unauthorized user to access restricted files and folders due to insufficient access control. An exploit requires a rooted iOS device, and (if successful) could allow an attacker to gain access to sensitive information, Micollab 5.9