#Vulnerabilities 98
Date Id Summary Products Score Patch Annotated
2021-01-19 CVE-2021-3177 Python 3.x through 3.9.1 has a buffer overflow in PyCArg_repr in _ctypes/callproc.c, which may lead to remote code execution in certain Python applications that accept floating-point numbers as untrusted input, as demonstrated by a 1e300 argument to c_double.from_param. This occurs because sprintf is used unsafely. Debian_linux, Fedora, Active_iq_unified_manager, Ontap_select_deploy_administration_utility, Communications_cloud_native_core_network_function_cloud_native_environment, Communications_offline_mediation_controller, Communications_pricing_design_center, Enterprise_manager_ops_center, Zfs_storage_appliance_kit, Python 9.8
2022-11-07 CVE-2022-42919 Python 3.9.x and 3.10.x through 3.10.8 on Linux allows local privilege escalation in a non-default configuration. The Python multiprocessing library, when used with the forkserver start method on Linux, allows pickles to be deserialized from any user in the same machine local network namespace, which in many system configurations means any user on the same machine. Pickles can execute arbitrary code. Thus, this allows for local user privilege escalation to the user that any forkserver... Python 7.8
2022-10-21 CVE-2022-37454 The Keccak XKCP SHA-3 reference implementation before fdc6fef has an integer overflow and resultant buffer overflow that allows attackers to execute arbitrary code or eliminate expected cryptographic properties. This occurs in the sponge function interface. Debian_linux, Extended_keccak_code_package, Fedora, Php, Pypy, Pysha3, Python, Sha3 9.8
2022-11-09 CVE-2022-45061 An issue was discovered in Python before 3.11.1. An unnecessary quadratic algorithm exists in one path when processing some inputs to the IDNA (RFC 3490) decoder, such that a crafted, unreasonably long name being presented to the decoder could lead to a CPU denial of service. Hostnames are often supplied by remote servers that could be controlled by a malicious actor; in such a scenario, they could trigger excessive CPU consumption on the client attempting to make use of an attacker-supplied... Python 7.5
2022-04-13 CVE-2015-20107 In Python (aka CPython) up to 3.10.8, the mailcap module does not add escape characters into commands discovered in the system mailcap file. This may allow attackers to inject shell commands into applications that call mailcap.findmatch with untrusted input (if they lack validation of user-provided filenames or arguments). The fix is also back-ported to 3.7, 3.8, 3.9 Fedora, Active_iq_unified_manager, Ontap_select_deploy_administration_utility, Snapcenter, Python 7.6