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CVE-2019-8455 A hard-link created from the log file of Check Point ZoneAlarm up to 15.4.062 to any file on the system will get its permission changed so that all users can access that linked file. Doing this on files with limited access gains the local attacker higher privileges to the file.
CVE-2019-8452 A hard-link created from log file archive of Check Point ZoneAlarm up to 15.4.062 or Check Point Endpoint Security client for Windows before E80.96 to any file on the system will get its permission changed so that all users can access that linked file. Doing this on files with limited access gains the local attacker higher privileges to the file.
CVE-2019-14969 Netwrix Auditor before 9.8 has insecure permissions on %PROGRAMDATA%\Netwrix Auditor\Logs\ActiveDirectory\ and sub-folders. In addition, the service Netwrix.ADA.StorageAuditService (which writes to that directory) does not perform proper impersonation, and thus the target file will have the same permissions as the invoking process (in this case, granting Authenticated Users full access over the target file). This vulnerability can be triggered by a low-privileged user to perform DLL Hijacking/Binary Planting attacks and ultimately execute code as NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM with the help of Symbolic Links.
CVE-2018-7268 MagniComp SysInfo before 10-H81, as shipped with BMC BladeLogic Automation and other products, contains an information exposure vulnerability in which a local unprivileged user is able to read any root (uid 0) owned file on the system, regardless of the file permissions. Confidential information such as password hashes (/etc/shadow) or other secrets (such as log files or private keys) can be leaked to the attacker. The vulnerability has a confidentiality impact, but has no direct impact on system integrity or availability.
CVE-2018-20131 The Code42 app before 6.8.4, as used in Code42 for Enterprise, on Linux installs with overly permissive permissions on the /usr/local/crashplan/log directory. This allows a user to manipulate symbolic links to escalate privileges, or show the contents of sensitive files that a regular user would not have access to.
CVE-2018-15004 The Coolpad Canvas device with a build fingerprint of Coolpad/cp3636a/cp3636a:7.0/NRD90M/093031423:user/release-keys contains a platform app with a package name of com.qualcomm.qti.modemtestmode (versionCode=24, versionName=7.0) that contains an exported service app component named com.qualcomm.qti.modemtestmode.MbnTestService that allows any app on the device to set certain system properties as the com.android.phone user. When an app sets the persist.service.logr.enable system property to a value of 1, an app with a package name of com.yulong.logredirect (versionCode=20160622, versionName=5.25_20160622_01) will start writing the system-wide logcat log, kernel log, and a tcpdump network traffic capture to external storage. Furthermore, on the Coolpad Canvas device, the com.android.phone app writes the destination phone number and body of the text message for outgoing text messages. A notification when logging can be avoided if the log is enabled after device startup and disabled prior to device shutdown by setting the system properties using the exported interface of the com.qualcomm.qti.modemtestmode app. Any app with the READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permission can access the log files.
CVE-2018-15002 The Vivo V7 device with a build fingerprint of vivo/1718/1718:7.1.2/N2G47H/compil11021857:user/release-keys allows any app co-located on the device to set system properties as the com.android.phone user. The com.qualcomm.qti.modemtestmode app (versionCode=25, versionName=7.1.2) that contains an exported service named com.qualcomm.qti.modemtestmode.MbnTestService that allows any app co-located on the device to provide key-value pairs to set certain system properties. Notably, system properties with the persist.* prefix can be set which will survive a reboot. On the Vivo V7 device, when the persist.sys.input.log property is set to have a value of yes, the user's screen touches be written to the logcat log by the InputDispatcher for all apps. The system-wide logcat log can be obtained from external storage via a different known vulnerability on the device. The READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permission is necessary to access the log files containing the user's touch coordinates. With some effort, the user's touch coordinates can be mapped to key presses on a keyboard.
CVE-2018-15001 The Vivo V7 Android device with a build fingerprint of vivo/1718/1718:7.1.2/N2G47H/compil11021857:user/release-keys contains a platform app with a package name of com.vivo.bsptest (versionCode=1, versionName=1.0) containing an exported activity app component named com.vivo.bsptest.BSPTestActivity that allows any app co-located on the device to initiate the writing of the logcat log, bluetooth log, and kernel log to external storage. When logging is enabled, there is a notification in the status bar, so it is not completely transparent to the user. The user can cancel the logging, but it can be re-enabled since the app with a package name of com.vivo.bsptest cannot be disabled. The writing of these logs can be initiated by an app co-located on the device, although the READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permission is necessary to for an app to access the log files.
CVE-2018-14996 The Oppo F5 Android device with a build fingerprint of OPPO/CPH1723/CPH1723:7.1.1/N6F26Q/1513597833:user/release-keys contains a pre-installed platform app with a package name of com.dropboxchmod (versionCode=1, versionName=1.0) that contains an exported service named com.dropboxchmod.DropboxChmodService that allows any app co-located on the device to supply arbitrary commands to be executed as the system user. This app cannot be disabled by the user and the attack can be performed by a zero-permission app. Executing commands as system user can allow a third-party app to video record the user's screen, factory reset the device, obtain the user's notifications, read the logcat logs, inject events in the Graphical User Interface (GUI), and obtains the user's text messages, and more. This vulnerability can also be used to secretly record audio of the user without their awareness on the Oppo F5 device. The pre-installed com.oppo.engineermode app (versionCode=25, versionName=V1.01) has an exported activity that can be started to initiate a recording and quickly dismissed. The activity can be started in a way that the user will not be able to see the app in the recent apps list. The resulting audio amr file can be copied from a location on internal storage using the arbitrary command execution as system user vulnerability. Executing commands as system user can allow a third-party app to factory reset the device, obtain the user's notifications, read the logcat logs, inject events in the Graphical User Interface (GUI), change the default Input Method Editor (IME) (e.g., keyboard) with one contained within the attacking app that contains keylogging functionality, obtain the user's text messages, and more.
CVE-2018-14995 The ZTE Blade Vantage Android device with a build fingerprint of ZTE/Z839/sweet:7.1.1/NMF26V/20180120.095344:user/release-keys, the ZTE Blade Spark Android device with a build fingerprint of ZTE/Z971/peony:7.1.1/NMF26V/20171129.143111:user/release-keys, the ZTE ZMAX Pro Android device with a build fingerprint of ZTE/P895T20/urd:6.0.1/MMB29M/20170418.114928:user/release-keys, and the ZTE ZMAX Champ Android device with a build fingerprint of ZTE/Z917VL/fortune:6.0.1/MMB29M/20170327.120922:user/release-keys contain a pre-installed platform app with a package name of com.android.modem.service (versionCode=25, versionName=7.1.1; versionCode=23, versionName=6.0.1) that exports an interface to any app on co-located on the device. Using the exported interface of the com.android.modem.service app, any app can enable and obtain certain log files (modem and logcat) without the appropriate corresponding access permissions. The modem logs contain the phone number and full text body of incoming and outgoing text messages in binary format. In addition, the modem log contains the phone numbers for both incoming and outgoing phone calls. The system-wide logcat logs (those obtained via the logcat binary) tend to contain sensitive user data. Third-party apps are prevented from directly reading the system-wide logcat logs. The capability to read from the system-wide logcat logs is only available to pre-installed system apps and platform apps. The modem log and/or logcat log, once activated, get written to external storage (SD card). An app aware of this vulnerability can enable the logs, parse them for relevant data, and exfiltrate them from the device. The modem log and logcat log are inactive by default, but a third-party app with no permissions can activate them, although the app will need to be granted the READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permission to access them.
CVE-2017-18427 In cPanel before 66.0.2, weak log-file permissions can occur after account modification (SEC-289).
CVE-2017-18425 In cPanel before 66.0.2, the cpdavd_error_log file can be created with weak permissions (SEC-280).
CVE-2016-10818 cPanel before 57.9999.54 incorrectly sets log-file permissions in dnsadmin-startup and spamd-startup (SEC-124).
CVE-2016-10796 cPanel before 58.0.4 initially uses weak permissions for Apache HTTP Server log files (SEC-130).
CVE-2016-10139 An issue was discovered on BLU R1 HD devices with Shanghai Adups software. The two package names involved in the exfiltration are com.adups.fota and com.adups.fota.sysoper. In the com.adups.fota.sysoper app's AndroidManifest.xml file, it sets the android:sharedUserId attribute to a value of android.uid.system which makes it execute as the system user, which is a very privileged user on the device. Therefore, the app executing as the system user has been granted a number of powerful permissions even though they are not present in the com.adups.fota.sysoper app's AndroidManifest.xml file. This app provides the com.adups.fota app access to the user's call log, text messages, and various device identifiers through the com.adups.fota.sysoper.provider.InfoProvider component. The com.adups.fota app uses timestamps when it runs and is eligible to exfiltrate the user's PII every 72 hours. If 72 hours have passed since the value of the timestamp, then the exfiltration will be triggered by the user plugging in the device to charge or when they leave or enter a wireless network. The exfiltration occurs in the background without any user interaction.
CVE-2016-10137 An issue was discovered on BLU R1 HD devices with Shanghai Adups software. The content provider named com.adups.fota.sysoper.provider.InfoProvider in the app with a package name of com.adups.fota.sysoper allows any app on the device to read, write, and delete files as the system user. In the com.adups.fota.sysoper app's AndroidManifest.xml file, it sets the android:sharedUserId attribute to a value of android.uid.system which makes it execute as the system user, which is a very privileged user on the device. This allows a third-party app to read, write, and delete the user's sent and received text messages and call log. This allows a third-party app to obtain PII from the user without permission to do so.
CVE-2016-0707 The agent in Apache Ambari before 2.1.2 uses weak permissions for the (1) /var/lib/ambari-agent/data and (2) /var/lib/ambari-agent/keys directories, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information by reading files in the directories.
CVE-2015-8842 tmpfiles.d/systemd.conf in systemd before 229 uses weak permissions for /var/log/journal/%m/system.journal, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information by reading the file.
CVE-2015-7238 The Secondary server in Threat Intelligence Exchange (TIE) before 1.2.0 uses weak permissions for unspecified (1) configuration files and (2) installation logs, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information by reading the files.
CVE-2015-5742 VeeamVixProxy in Veeam Backup & Replication (B&R) before 8.0 update 3 stores local administrator credentials in log files with world-readable permissions, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information by reading the files.
CVE-2015-3243 rsyslog uses weak permissions for generating log files, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information by reading files in /var/log/cron.
CVE-2015-1870 The event scripts in Automatic Bug Reporting Tool (ABRT) uses world-readable permission on a copy of sosreport file in problem directories, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information from /var/log/messages via unspecified vectors.
CVE-2014-9770 tmpfiles.d/systemd.conf in systemd before 214 uses weak permissions for journal files under (1) /run/log/journal/%m and (2) /var/log/journal/%m, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information by reading these files.
CVE-2014-8735 The Bad Behavior module 6.x-2.x before 6.x-2.2216 and 7.x-2.x before 7.x-2.2216 for Drupal logs usernames and passwords, which allows remote authenticated users with the "administer bad behavior" permission to obtain sensitive information by reading a log file.
CVE-2014-5448 Zarafa 5.00 uses world-readable permissions for the files in the log directory, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information by reading the log files.
CVE-2014-4039 ppc64-diag 2.6.1 uses 0775 permissions for /tmp/diagSEsnap and does not properly restrict permissions for /tmp/diagSEsnap/snapH.tar.gz, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information by reading files in this archive, as demonstrated by /var/log/messages and /etc/yaboot.conf.
CVE-2013-4040 IBM Tivoli Application Dependency Discovery Manager (TADDM) 7.1.2.x before 7.2.1.5 and 7.2.x before 7.2.2.0 on Unix use weak permissions (755) for unspecified configuration and log files, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information by reading the files. IBM X-Force ID: 86176.
CVE-2013-2007 The qemu guest agent in Qemu 1.4.1 and earlier, as used by Xen, when started in daemon mode, uses weak permissions for certain files, which allows local users to read and write to these files.
CVE-2013-0348 thttpd.c in sthttpd before 2.26.4-r2 and thttpd 2.25b use world-readable permissions for /var/log/thttpd.log, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information by reading the file.
CVE-2013-0347 The Gentoo init script for webfs uses world-readable permissions for /var/log/webfsd.log, which allows local users to have unspecified impact by reading the file.
CVE-2013-0346 ** DISPUTED ** Apache Tomcat 7.x uses world-readable permissions for the log directory and its files, which might allow local users to obtain sensitive information by reading a file. NOTE: One Tomcat distributor has stated "The tomcat log directory does not contain any sensitive information."
CVE-2013-0345 varnish 3.0.3 uses world-readable permissions for the /var/log/varnish/ directory and the log files in the directory, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information by reading the files. NOTE: some of these details are obtained from third party information.
CVE-2013-0337 The default configuration of nginx, possibly 1.3.13 and earlier, uses world-readable permissions for the (1) access.log and (2) error.log files, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information by reading the files.
CVE-2012-6120 Red Hat OpenStack Essex and Folsom creates the /var/log/puppet directory with world-readable permissions, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information such as Puppet log files.
CVE-2012-6117 Aeolus Configuration Server, as used in Red Hat CloudForms Cloud Engine before 1.1.2, uses world-readable permissions for /var/log/aeolus-configserver/configserver.log, which allows local users to read plaintext passwords by reading the log file.
CVE-2012-6108 HP Linux Imaging and Printing (HPLIP) before 3.13.2 uses world-writable permissions for /var/log/hp and /var/log/hp/tmp, which allows local users to delete log files via standard filesystem operations.
CVE-2012-5638 The setup_logging function in log.h in SANLock uses world-writable permissions for /var/log/sanlock.log, which allows local users to overwrite the file content or bypass intended disk-quota restrictions via standard filesystem write operations.
CVE-2012-5187 The Weathernews Touch application 2.3.2 and earlier for Android allows attackers to obtain sensitive information about logged locations via a crafted application that leverages read permission for system log files.
CVE-2012-5183 The Loctouch application 3.4.6 and earlier for Android allows attackers to obtain sensitive information about logged locations via a crafted application that leverages read permission for system log files.
CVE-2012-4518 ibacm 1.0.7 creates files with world-writable permissions, which allows local users to overwrite the ib_acm daemon log or ibacm.port file.
CVE-2012-2679 Red Hat Network (RHN) Configuration Client (rhncfg-client) in rhncfg before 5.10.27-8 uses weak permissions (world-readable) for /var/log/rhncfg-actions, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information about the rhncfg-client actions by reading the file.
CVE-2012-2531 Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.5 uses weak permissions for the Operational log, which allows local users to discover credentials by reading this file, aka "Password Disclosure Vulnerability."
CVE-2012-0961 Apt 0.8.16~exp5ubuntu13.x before 0.8.16~exp5ubuntu13.6, 0.8.16~exp12ubuntu10.x before 0.8.16~exp12ubuntu10.7, and 0.9.7.5ubuntu5.x before 0.9.7.5ubuntu5.2, as used in Ubuntu, uses world-readable permissions for /var/log/apt/term.log, which allows local users to obtain sensitive shell information by reading the log file.
CVE-2012-0421 The SUSE Audit Log Keeper daemon before 0.2.1-0.4.6.1 for SUSE Manager and Spacewalk uses world-readable permissions for /etc/auditlog-keeper.conf, which allows local users to obtain passwords by reading this file.
CVE-2011-5078 The web administration interface in the server in Sybase M-Business Anywhere 6.7 before ESD# 3 and 7.0 before ESD# 7 does not require admin authentication for unspecified scripts, which allows remote authenticated users to list or delete user accounts, modify passwords, or read log files via HTTP requests, aka Bug IDs 678497 and 678499.
CVE-2011-2779 Windows Event Log SmartConnector in HP ArcSight Connector Appliance before 6.1 uses world-writable permissions for exported report files, which allows local users to change or delete log data by modifying a file, a different vulnerability than CVE-2011-0770.
CVE-2011-1307 The installer in IBM WebSphere Application Server (WAS) before 7.0.0.15 uses 777 permissions for a temporary log directory, which allows local users to have unintended access to log files via standard filesystem operations, a different vulnerability than CVE-2009-1173.
CVE-2011-1098 Race condition in the createOutputFile function in logrotate.c in logrotate 3.7.9 and earlier allows local users to read log data by opening a file before the intended permissions are in place.
CVE-2011-0343 Balabit syslog-ng 2.0, 3.0, 3.1, 3.2 OSE and PE, when running on FreeBSD or HP-UX, does not properly perform cast operations, which causes syslog-ng to use a default value of -1 to create log files with insecure permissions (07777), which allows local users to read and write to these log files.
CVE-2011-0197 App Store in Apple Mac OS X before 10.6.8 creates a log entry containing a user's AppleID password, which might allow local users to obtain sensitive information by reading a log file, as demonstrated by a log file that has non-default permissions.
CVE-2010-0318 The replay functionality for ZFS Intent Log (ZIL) in FreeBSD 7.1, 7.2, and 8.0, when creating files during replay of a setattr transaction, uses 7777 permissions instead of the original permissions, which might allow local users to read or modify unauthorized files in opportunistic circumstances after a system crash or power failure.
CVE-2009-4334 The Self Tuning Memory Manager (STMM) component in IBM DB2 9.1 before FP8, 9.5 before FP5, and 9.7 before FP1 uses 0666 permissions for the STMM log file, which allows local users to cause a denial of service or have unspecified other impact by writing to this file.
CVE-2009-4235 acpid 1.0.4 sets an unrestrictive umask, which might allow local users to leverage weak permissions on /var/log/acpid, and obtain sensitive information by reading this file or cause a denial of service by overwriting this file, a different vulnerability than CVE-2009-4033.
CVE-2009-4033 A certain Red Hat patch for acpid 1.0.4 effectively triggers a call to the open function with insufficient arguments, which might allow local users to leverage weak permissions on /var/log/acpid, and obtain sensitive information by reading this file, cause a denial of service by overwriting this file, or gain privileges by executing this file.
CVE-2009-3889 The dbg_lvl file for the megaraid_sas driver in the Linux kernel before 2.6.27 has world-writable permissions, which allows local users to change the (1) behavior and (2) logging level of the driver by modifying this file.
CVE-2008-3619 Time Machine in Apple Mac OS X 10.5 through 10.5.4 uses weak permissions for Time Machine Backup log files, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information by reading these files.
CVE-2008-3356 verifydb in Ingres 2.6, Ingres 2006 release 1 (aka 9.0.4), and Ingres 2006 release 2 (aka 9.1.0) on Linux and other Unix platforms sets the ownership or permissions of an iivdb.log file without verifying that it is the application's own log file, which allows local users to overwrite arbitrary files by creating a symlink with an iivdb.log filename.
CVE-2008-2368 Red Hat Certificate System 7.2 stores passwords in cleartext in the UserDirEnrollment log, the RA wizard installer log, and unspecified other debug log files, and uses weak permissions for these files, which allows local users to discover passwords by reading the files.
CVE-2007-5686 initscripts in rPath Linux 1 sets insecure permissions for the /var/log/btmp file, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information regarding authentication attempts. NOTE: because sshd detects the insecure permissions and does not log certain events, this also prevents sshd from logging failed authentication attempts by remote attackers.
CVE-2007-5342 The default catalina.policy in the JULI logging component in Apache Tomcat 5.5.9 through 5.5.25 and 6.0.0 through 6.0.15 does not restrict certain permissions for web applications, which allows attackers to modify logging configuration options and overwrite arbitrary files, as demonstrated by changing the (1) level, (2) directory, and (3) prefix attributes in the org.apache.juli.FileHandler handler.
CVE-2006-7162 PuTTY 0.59 and earlier uses weak file permissions for (1) ppk files containing private keys generated by puttygen and (2) session logs created by putty, which allows local users to gain sensitive information by reading these files.
CVE-2006-6614 The save_log_local function in Fully Automatic Installation (FAI) 2.10.1, and possibly 3.1.2, when verbose mode is enabled, stores the root password hash in /var/log/fai/current/fai.log, whose file permissions allow it to be copied to other hosts when fai-savelog is called and allows attackers to obtain the hash.
CVE-2006-6382 The control panel for Positive Software H-Sphere before 2.5.0 RC3 creates log files in a user's directory with insecure permissions, which allows local users to append log data to arbitrary files via a symlink attack. NOTE: The provenance of this information is unknown; the details are obtained solely from third party information.
CVE-2006-1183 The Ubuntu 5.10 installer does not properly clear passwords from the installer log file (questions.dat), and leaves the log file with world-readable permissions, which allows local users to gain privileges.
CVE-2005-2582 Kaspersky Anti-Virus for Unix/Linux File Servers 5.0-5 uses world-writable permissions for the (1) log and (2) license directory, which allows local users to delete log files, append to arbitrary files via a symlink attack on kavmonitor.log, or delete license keys and prevent keepup2date from properly executing.
CVE-2004-2713 ** DISPUTED ** Zone Alarm Pro 1.0 through 5.1 gives full access to %windir%\Internet Logs\* to the EVERYONE group, which allows local users to cause a denial of service by modifying the folder contents or permissions. NOTE: this issue has been disputed by the vendor, who claims that it does not affect product functionality since the same information is also saved in a protected file.
CVE-2003-0844 mod_gzip 1.3.26.1a and earlier, and possibly later official versions, when running in debug mode without the Apache log, allows local users to overwrite arbitrary files via (1) a symlink attack on predictable temporary filenames on Unix systems, or (2) an NTFS hard link on Windows systems when the "Strengthen default permissions of internal system objects" policy is not enabled.
CVE-2002-1695 Norton Internet Security 2001 opens log files with FILE_SHARE_READ and FILE_SHARE_WRITE permissions, which could allow remote attackers to modify the log file contents while Norton Internet Security is running.
CVE-2002-1694 Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) 4.0 opens log files with FILE_SHARE_READ and FILE_SHARE_WRITE permissions, which could allow remote attackers to modify the log file contents while IIS is running.
CVE-2002-0113 EMC NetWorker (formerly Legato NetWorker) before 7.0 stores log files in the /nsr/logs/ directory with world-readable permissions, which allows local users to read sensitive information and possibly gain privileges. NOTE: this was originally reported for Legato NetWorker 6.1 on the Solaris 7 platform.
CVE-2001-0832 Vulnerability in Oracle 8.0.x through 9.0.1 on Unix allows local users to overwrite arbitrary files, possibly via a symlink attack or incorrect file permissions in (1) the ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/log directory or (2) an alternate directory as specified in the ORACLE_HOME environmental variable, aka the "Oracle File Overwrite Security Vulnerability."
CVE-2001-0300 oidldapd 2.1.1.1 in Oracle 8.1.7 records log files in a directory (ldaplog) that has world-writable permissions, which may allow local users to delete logs and/or overwrite other files via a symlink attack.
CVE-2000-1239 The HTTP interface of Tivoli Lightweight Client Framework (LCF) in IBM Tivoli Management Framework 3.7.1 sets http_disable to zero at install time, which allows remote authenticated users to bypass file permissions on Tivoli Endpoint Configuration data files via an unspecified manipulation of log files.
CVE-2000-1127 registrar in the HP resource monitor service allows local users to read and modify arbitrary files by renaming the original registrar.log log file and creating a symbolic link to the target file, to which registrar appends log information and sets the permissions to be world readable.
CVE-2000-0936 Samba Web Administration Tool (SWAT) in Samba 2.0.7 installs the cgi.log logging file with world readable permissions, which allows local users to read sensitive information such as user names and passwords.
CVE-1999-1188 mysqld in MySQL 3.21 creates log files with world-readable permissions, which allows local users to obtain passwords for users who are added to the user database.
CVE-1999-1091 UNIX news readers tin and rtin create the /tmp/.tin_log file with insecure permissions and follow symlinks, which allows attackers to modify the permissions of files writable by the user via a symlink attack.
  
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