This might be proprietary software.
|2020-12-21||CVE-2020-35497||A flaw was found in ovirt-engine 4.4.3 and earlier allowing an authenticated user to read other users' personal information, including name, email and public SSH key.||Ovirt\-Engine, Virtualization||6.5|
|2020-08-18||CVE-2020-14333||A flaw was found in Ovirt Engine's web interface in ovirt 4.4 and earlier, where it did not filter user-controllable parameters completely, resulting in a reflected cross-site scripting attack. This flaw allows an attacker to leverage a phishing attack, steal an unsuspecting user's cookies or other confidential information, or impersonate them within the application's context.||Ovirt\-Engine||6.1|
|2018-06-19||CVE-2018-1073||The web console login form in ovirt-engine before version 4.2.3 returned different errors for non-existent users and invalid passwords, allowing an attacker to discover the names of valid user accounts.||Ovirt\-Engine, Virtualization, Virtualization_host||5.3|
|2020-03-19||CVE-2019-19336||A cross-site scripting vulnerability was reported in the oVirt-engine's OAuth authorization endpoint before version 4.3.8. URL parameters were included in the HTML response without escaping. This flaw would allow an attacker to craft malicious HTML pages that can run scripts in the context of the user's oVirt session.||Ovirt\-Engine, Virtualization||N/A|
|2019-11-01||CVE-2013-4367||ovirt-engine 3.2 running on Linux kernel 3.1 and newer creates certain files world-writeable due to an upstream kernel change which impacted how python's os.chmod() works when passed a mode of '-1'.||Ovirt\-Engine||N/A|