This might be proprietary software.
|2020-09-09||CVE-2020-14342||It was found that cifs-utils' mount.cifs was invoking a shell when requesting the Samba password, which could be used to inject arbitrary commands. An attacker able to invoke mount.cifs with special permission, such as via sudo rules, could use this flaw to escalate their privileges.||Fedora, Leap, Cifs\-Utils||7.0|
|2021-04-19||CVE-2021-20208||A flaw was found in cifs-utils in versions before 6.13. A user when mounting a krb5 CIFS file system from within a container can use Kerberos credentials of the host. The highest threat from this vulnerability is to data confidentiality and integrity.||Fedora, Enterprise_linux, Cifs\-Utils||6.1|
|2022-04-27||CVE-2022-27239||In cifs-utils through 6.14, a stack-based buffer overflow when parsing the mount.cifs ip= command-line argument could lead to local attackers gaining root privileges.||Debian_linux, Fedora, Helion_openstack, Cifs\-Utils, Caas_platform, Enterprise_storage, Linux_enterprise_desktop, Linux_enterprise_high_performance_computing, Linux_enterprise_micro, Linux_enterprise_point_of_service, Linux_enterprise_real_time, Linux_enterprise_server, Linux_enterprise_software_development_kit, Linux_enterprise_storage, Manager_proxy, Manager_retail_branch_server, Manager_server, Openstack_cloud, Openstack_cloud_crowbar||7.8|
|2022-04-28||CVE-2022-29869||cifs-utils through 6.14, with verbose logging, can cause an information leak when a file contains = (equal sign) characters but is not a valid credentials file.||Debian_linux, Fedora, Cifs\-Utils||5.3|