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CVE-2022-21800 MMP: All versions prior to v1.0.3, PTP C-series: Device versions prior to v2.8.6.1, and PTMP C-series and A5x: Device versions prior to v2.5.4.1 uses the MD5 algorithm to hash the passwords before storing them but does not salt the hash. As a result, attackers may be able to crack the hashed passwords.
CVE-2022-1434 The OpenSSL 3.0 implementation of the RC4-MD5 ciphersuite incorrectly uses the AAD data as the MAC key. This makes the MAC key trivially predictable. An attacker could exploit this issue by performing a man-in-the-middle attack to modify data being sent from one endpoint to an OpenSSL 3.0 recipient such that the modified data would still pass the MAC integrity check. Note that data sent from an OpenSSL 3.0 endpoint to a non-OpenSSL 3.0 endpoint will always be rejected by the recipient and the connection will fail at that point. Many application protocols require data to be sent from the client to the server first. Therefore, in such a case, only an OpenSSL 3.0 server would be impacted when talking to a non-OpenSSL 3.0 client. If both endpoints are OpenSSL 3.0 then the attacker could modify data being sent in both directions. In this case both clients and servers could be affected, regardless of the application protocol. Note that in the absence of an attacker this bug means that an OpenSSL 3.0 endpoint communicating with a non-OpenSSL 3.0 endpoint will fail to complete the handshake when using this ciphersuite. The confidentiality of data is not impacted by this issue, i.e. an attacker cannot decrypt data that has been encrypted using this ciphersuite - they can only modify it. In order for this attack to work both endpoints must legitimately negotiate the RC4-MD5 ciphersuite. This ciphersuite is not compiled by default in OpenSSL 3.0, and is not available within the default provider or the default ciphersuite list. This ciphersuite will never be used if TLSv1.3 has been negotiated. In order for an OpenSSL 3.0 endpoint to use this ciphersuite the following must have occurred: 1) OpenSSL must have been compiled with the (non-default) compile time option enable-weak-ssl-ciphers 2) OpenSSL must have had the legacy provider explicitly loaded (either through application code or via configuration) 3) The ciphersuite must have been explicitly added to the ciphersuite list 4) The libssl security level must have been set to 0 (default is 1) 5) A version of SSL/TLS below TLSv1.3 must have been negotiated 6) Both endpoints must negotiate the RC4-MD5 ciphersuite in preference to any others that both endpoints have in common Fixed in OpenSSL 3.0.3 (Affected 3.0.0,3.0.1,3.0.2).
CVE-2022-0377 Users of the LearnPress WordPress plugin before 4.1.5 can upload an image as a profile avatar after the registration. After this process the user crops and saves the image. Then a "POST" request that contains user supplied name of the image is sent to the server for renaming and cropping of the image. As a result of this request, the name of the user-supplied image is changed with a MD5 value. This process can be conducted only when type of the image is JPG or PNG. An attacker can use this vulnerability in order to rename an arbitrary image file. By doing this, they could destroy the design of the web site.
CVE-2021-43989 mySCADA myPRO Versions 8.20.0 and prior stores passwords using MD5, which may allow an attacker to crack the previously retrieved password hashes.
CVE-2021-39182 EnroCrypt is a Python module for encryption and hashing. Prior to version 1.1.4, EnroCrypt used the MD5 hashing algorithm in the hashing file. Beginners who are unfamiliar with hashes can face problems as MD5 is considered an insecure hashing algorithm. The vulnerability is patched in v1.1.4 of the product. As a workaround, users can remove the `MD5` hashing function from the file `hashing.py`.
CVE-2021-3833 Integria IMS login check uses a loose comparator ("==") to compare the MD5 hash of the password provided by the user and the MD5 hash stored in the database. An attacker with a specific formatted password could exploit this vulnerability in order to login in the system with different passwords.
CVE-2021-38314 The Gutenberg Template Library & Redux Framework plugin <= 4.2.11 for WordPress registered several AJAX actions available to unauthenticated users in the `includes` function in `redux-core/class-redux-core.php` that were unique to a given site but deterministic and predictable given that they were based on an md5 hash of the site URL with a known salt value of '-redux' and an md5 hash of the previous hash with a known salt value of '-support'. These AJAX actions could be used to retrieve a list of active plugins and their versions, the site's PHP version, and an unsalted md5 hash of site&#8217;s `AUTH_KEY` concatenated with the `SECURE_AUTH_KEY`.
CVE-2021-33900 While investigating DIRSTUDIO-1219 it was noticed that configured StartTLS encryption was not applied when any SASL authentication mechanism (DIGEST-MD5, GSSAPI) was used. While investigating DIRSTUDIO-1220 it was noticed that any configured SASL confidentiality layer was not applied. This issue affects Apache Directory Studio version 2.0.0.v20210213-M16 and prior versions.
CVE-2021-33879 Tencent GameLoop before 4.1.21.90 downloaded updates over an insecure HTTP connection. A malicious attacker in an MITM position could spoof the contents of an XML document describing an update package, replacing a download URL with one pointing to an arbitrary Windows executable. Because the only integrity check would be a comparison of the downloaded file's MD5 checksum to the one contained within the XML document, the downloaded executable would then be executed on the victim's machine.
CVE-2021-32519 Use of password hash with insufficient computational effort vulnerability in QSAN Storage Manager, XEVO, SANOS allows remote attackers to recover the plain-text password by brute-forcing the MD5 hash. The referred vulnerability has been solved with the updated version of QSAN Storage Manager v3.3.2, QSAN XEVO v2.1.0, and QSAN SANOS v2.1.0.
CVE-2021-24223 The N5 Upload Form WordPress plugin through 1.0 suffers from an arbitrary file upload issue in page where a Form from the plugin is embed, as any file can be uploaded. The uploaded filename might be hard to guess as it's generated with md5(uniqid(rand())), however, in the case of misconfigured servers with Directory listing enabled, accessing it is trivial.
CVE-2021-21474 SAP HANA Database, versions - 1.0, 2.0, accepts SAML tokens with MD5 digest, an attacker who manages to obtain an MD5-digest signed SAML Assertion issued for an SAP HANA instance might be able to tamper with it and alter it in a way that the digest continues to be the same and without invalidating the digital signature, this allows them to impersonate as user in HANA database and be able to read the contents in the database.
CVE-2021-0297 A vulnerability in the processing of TCP MD5 authentication in Juniper Networks Junos OS Evolved may allow a BGP or LDP session configured with MD5 authentication to succeed, even if the peer does not have TCP MD5 authentication enabled. This could lead to untrusted or unauthorized sessions being established, resulting in an impact on confidentiality or stability of the network. This issue affects Juniper Networks Junos OS Evolved: All versions prior to 20.3R2-S1-EVO; 20.4 versions prior to 20.4R2-EVO; 21.1 versions prior to 21.1R2-EVO. Juniper Networks Junos OS is not affected by this issue.
CVE-2020-8791 The OKLOK (3.1.1) mobile companion app for Fingerprint Bluetooth Padlock FB50 (2.3) allows remote attackers to submit API requests using authenticated but unauthorized tokens, resulting in IDOR issues. A remote attacker can use their own token to make unauthorized API requests on behalf of arbitrary user IDs. Valid and current user IDs are trivial to guess because of the user ID assignment convention used by the app. A remote attacker could harvest email addresses, unsalted MD5 password hashes, owner-assigned lock names, and owner-assigned fingerprint names for any range of arbitrary user IDs.
CVE-2020-6780 Use of Password Hash With Insufficient Computational Effort in the database of Bosch FSM-2500 server and Bosch FSM-5000 server up to and including version 5.2 allows a remote attacker with admin privileges to dump the credentials of other users and possibly recover their plain-text passwords by brute-forcing the MD5 hash.
CVE-2020-5229 Opencast before 8.1 stores passwords using the rather outdated and cryptographically insecure MD5 hash algorithm. Furthermore, the hashes are salted using the username instead of a random salt, causing hashes for users with the same username and password to collide which is problematic especially for popular users like the default `admin` user. This essentially means that for an attacker, it might be feasible to reconstruct a user's password given access to these hashes. Note that attackers needing access to the hashes means that they must gain access to the database in which these are stored first to be able to start cracking the passwords. The problem is addressed in Opencast 8.1 which now uses the modern and much stronger bcrypt password hashing algorithm for storing passwords. Note, that old hashes remain MD5 until the password is updated. For a list of users whose password hashes are stored using MD5, take a look at the `/user-utils/users/md5.json` REST endpoint.
CVE-2020-4778 IBM Curam Social Program Management 7.0.9 and 7.0.10 uses MD5 algorithm for hashing token in a single instance which less safe than default SHA-256 cryptographic algorithm used throughout the Cúram application. IBM X-Force ID: 189156.
CVE-2020-4042 Bareos before version 19.2.8 and earlier allows a malicious client to communicate with the director without knowledge of the shared secret if the director allows client initiated connection and connects to the client itself. The malicious client can replay the Bareos director's cram-md5 challenge to the director itself leading to the director responding to the replayed challenge. The response obtained is then a valid reply to the directors original challenge. This is fixed in version 19.2.8.
CVE-2020-35284 Flamingo (aka FlamingoIM) through 2020-09-29 allows ../ directory traversal because the only ostensibly unpredictable part of a file-transfer request is an MD5 computation; however, this computation occurs on the client side, and the computation details can be easily determined because the product's source code is available.
CVE-2020-3165 A vulnerability in the implementation of Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) Message Digest 5 (MD5) authentication in Cisco NX-OS Software could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to bypass MD5 authentication and establish a BGP connection with the device. The vulnerability occurs because the BGP MD5 authentication is bypassed if the peer does not have MD5 authentication configured, the NX-OS device does have BGP MD5 authentication configured, and the NX-OS BGP virtual routing and forwarding (VRF) name is configured to be greater than 19 characters. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by attempting to establish a BGP session with the NX-OS peer. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to establish a BGP session with the NX-OS device without MD5 authentication. The Cisco implementation of the BGP protocol accepts incoming BGP traffic only from explicitly configured peers. To exploit this vulnerability, an attacker must send the malicious packets over a TCP connection that appears to come from a trusted BGP peer. To do so, the attacker must obtain information about the BGP peers in the affected system&rsquo;s trusted network.
CVE-2020-25853 The function CheckMic() in the Realtek RTL8195A Wi-Fi Module prior to versions released in April 2020 (up to and excluding 2.08) does not validate the size parameter for an internal function, _rt_md5_hmac_veneer() or _rt_hmac_sha1_veneer(), resulting in a stack buffer over-read which can be exploited for denial of service. An attacker can impersonate an Access Point and attack a vulnerable Wi-Fi client, by injecting a crafted packet into the WPA2 handshake. The attacker does not need to know the network's PSK.
CVE-2020-25754 An issue was discovered on Enphase Envoy R3.x and D4.x devices. There is a custom PAM module for user authentication that circumvents traditional user authentication. This module uses a password derived from the MD5 hash of the username and serial number. The serial number can be retrieved by an unauthenticated user at /info.xml. Attempts to change the user password via passwd or other tools have no effect.
CVE-2020-25752 An issue was discovered on Enphase Envoy R3.x and D4.x devices. There are hardcoded web-panel login passwords for the installer and Enphase accounts. The passwords for these accounts are hardcoded values derived from the MD5 hash of the username and serial number mixed with some static strings. The serial number can be retrieved by an unauthenticated user at /info.xml. These passwords can be easily calculated by an attacker; users are unable to change these passwords.
CVE-2020-17494 Untangle Firewall NG before 16.0 uses MD5 for passwords.
CVE-2020-11035 In GLPI after version 0.83.3 and before version 9.4.6, the CSRF tokens are generated using an insecure algorithm. The implementation uses rand and uniqid and MD5 which does not provide secure values. This is fixed in version 9.4.6.
CVE-2020-10539 An issue was discovered in Epikur before 20.1.1. The Epikur server contains the checkPasswort() function that, upon user login, checks the submitted password against the user password's MD5 hash stored in the database. It is also compared to a second MD5 hash, which is the same for every user (aka a "Backdoor Password" of 3p1kursupport). If the submitted password matches either one, access is granted.
CVE-2020-10538 An issue was discovered in Epikur before 20.1.1. It stores the secret passwords of the users as MD5 hashes in the database. MD5 can be brute-forced efficiently and should not be used for such purposes. Additionally, since no salt is used, rainbow tables can speed up the attack.
CVE-2019-9080 DomainMOD before 4.14.0 uses MD5 without a salt for password storage.
CVE-2019-7666 Prima Systems FlexAir, Versions 2.3.38 and prior. The application allows improper authentication using the MD5 hash value of the password, which may allow an attacker with access to the database to login as admin without decrypting the password.
CVE-2019-7649 global.encryptPassword in bootstrap/global.js in CMSWing 1.3.7 relies on multiple MD5 operations for password hashing.
CVE-2019-6972 An issue was discovered on TP-Link TL-WR1043ND V2 devices. The credentials can be easily decoded and cracked by brute-force, WordList, or Rainbow Table attacks. Specifically, credentials in the "Authorization" cookie are encoded with URL encoding and base64, leading to easy decoding. Also, the username is cleartext, and the password is hashed with the MD5 algorithm (after decoding of the URL encoded string with base64).
CVE-2019-6563 Moxa IKS and EDS generate a predictable cookie calculated with an MD5 hash, allowing an attacker to capture the administrator's password, which could lead to a full compromise of the device.
CVE-2019-3981 MikroTik Winbox 3.20 and below is vulnerable to man in the middle attacks. A man in the middle can downgrade the client's authentication protocol and recover the user's username and MD5 hashed password.
CVE-2019-3907 Premisys Identicard version 3.1.190 stores user credentials and other sensitive information with a known weak encryption method (MD5 hash of a salt and password).
CVE-2019-25030 In Versa Director, Versa Analytics and VOS, Passwords are not hashed using an adaptive cryptographic hash function or key derivation function prior to storage. Popular hashing algorithms based on the Merkle-Damgardconstruction (such as MD5 and SHA-1) alone are insufficient in thwarting password cracking. Attackers can generate and use precomputed hashes for all possible password character combinations (commonly referred to as "rainbow tables") relatively quickly. The use of adaptive hashing algorithms such asscryptorbcryptor Key-Derivation Functions (i.e.PBKDF2) to hash passwords make generation of such rainbow tables computationally infeasible.
CVE-2019-20360 A flaw in Give before 2.5.5, a WordPress plugin, allowed unauthenticated users to bypass API authentication methods and access personally identifiable user information (PII) including names, addresses, IP addresses, and email addresses. Once an API key has been set to any meta key value from the wp_usermeta table, and the token is set to the corresponding MD5 hash of the meta key selected, one can make a request to the restricted endpoints, and thus access sensitive donor data.
CVE-2019-19774 An issue was discovered in Zoho ManageEngine EventLog Analyzer 10.0 SP1 before Build 12110. By running "select hostdetails from hostdetails" at the /event/runquery.do endpoint, it is possible to bypass the security restrictions that prevent even administrative users from viewing credential data stored in the database, and recover the MD5 hashes of the accounts used to authenticate the ManageEngine platform to the managed machines on the network (most often administrative accounts). Specifically, this bypasses these restrictions: a query cannot mention password, and a query result cannot have a password column.
CVE-2019-17216 An issue was discovered on V-Zug Combi-Steam MSLQ devices before Ethernet R07 and before WLAN R05. Password authentication uses MD5 to hash passwords. Cracking is possible with minimal effort.
CVE-2019-15795 python-apt only checks the MD5 sums of downloaded files in `Version.fetch_binary()` and `Version.fetch_source()` of apt/package.py in version 1.9.0ubuntu1 and earlier. This allows a man-in-the-middle attack which could potentially be used to install altered packages and has been fixed in versions 1.9.0ubuntu1.2, 1.6.5ubuntu0.1, 1.1.0~beta1ubuntu0.16.04.7, 0.9.3.5ubuntu3+esm2, and 0.8.3ubuntu7.5.
CVE-2019-15653 Comba AP2600-I devices through A02,0202N00PD2 are prone to password disclosure via an insecure authentication mechanism. The HTML source code of the login page contains values that allow obtaining the username and password. The username are password values are a double md5 of the plaintext real value, i.e., md5(md5(value)).
CVE-2019-12520 An issue was discovered in Squid through 4.7 and 5. When receiving a request, Squid checks its cache to see if it can serve up a response. It does this by making a MD5 hash of the absolute URL of the request. If found, it servers the request. The absolute URL can include the decoded UserInfo (username and password) for certain protocols. This decoded info is prepended to the domain. This allows an attacker to provide a username that has special characters to delimit the domain, and treat the rest of the URL as a path or query string. An attacker could first make a request to their domain using an encoded username, then when a request for the target domain comes in that decodes to the exact URL, it will serve the attacker's HTML instead of the real HTML. On Squid servers that also act as reverse proxies, this allows an attacker to gain access to features that only reverse proxies can use, such as ESI.
CVE-2019-12305 In EZCast Pro II, the administrator password md5 hash is provided upon a web request. This hash can be cracked to access the administration panel of the device.
CVE-2019-10907 Airsonic 10.2.1 uses Spring's default remember-me mechanism based on MD5, with a fixed key of airsonic in GlobalSecurityConfig.java. An attacker able to capture cookies might be able to trivially bruteforce offline the passwords of associated users.
CVE-2019-10855 Computrols CBAS 18.0.0 mishandles password hashes. The approach is MD5 with a pw prefix, e.g., if the password is admin, it will calculate the MD5 hash of pwadmin and store it in a MySQL database.
CVE-2018-6619 Easy Hosting Control Panel (EHCP) v0.37.12.b makes it easier for attackers to crack database passwords by leveraging use of a weak hashing algorithm without a salt.
CVE-2018-18587 BigProf AppGini 5.70 stores the passwords in the database using the MD5 hash.
CVE-2018-16988 An issue was discovered in Open XDMoD through 7.5.0. An authentication bypass (account takeover) exists due to a weak password reset mechanism. A brute-force attack against an MD5 rid value requires only 600 guesses in the plausible situation where the attacker knows that the victim has started a password-reset process (pass_reset.php, password_reset.php, XDUser.php) in the past few minutes.
CVE-2018-16705 FURUNO FELCOM 250 and 500 devices allow unauthenticated access to the xml/permission.xml file containing all of the system's usernames and passwords. This includes the Admin and Service user accounts and their unsalted MD5 hashes, as well as the SMS server password in cleartext.
CVE-2018-15717 Open Dental before version 18.4 stores user passwords as base64 encoded MD5 hashes.
CVE-2018-15680 An issue was discovered in BTITeam XBTIT 2.5.4. The hashed passwords stored in the xbtit_users table are stored as unsalted MD5 hashes, which makes it easier for context-dependent attackers to obtain cleartext values via a brute-force attack.
CVE-2018-14992 The ASUS ZenFone 3 Max Android device with a build fingerprint of asus/US_Phone/ASUS_X008_1:7.0/NRD90M/US_Phone-14.14.1711.92-20171208:user/release-keys contains a pre-installed platform app with a package name of com.asus.dm (versionCode=1510500200, versionName=1.5.0.40_171122) has an exposed interface in an exported service named com.asus.dm.installer.DMInstallerService that allows any app co-located on the device to use its capabilities to download an arbitrary app over the internet and install it. Any app on the device can send an intent with specific embedded data that will cause the com.asus.dm app to programmatically download and install the app. For the app to be downloaded and installed, certain data needs to be provided: download URL, package name, version name from the app's AndroidManifest.xml file, and the MD5 hash of the app. Moreover, any app that is installed using this method can also be programmatically uninstalled using the same unprotected component named com.asus.dm.installer.DMInstallerService.
CVE-2018-14633 A security flaw was found in the chap_server_compute_md5() function in the ISCSI target code in the Linux kernel in a way an authentication request from an ISCSI initiator is processed. An unauthenticated remote attacker can cause a stack buffer overflow and smash up to 17 bytes of the stack. The attack requires the iSCSI target to be enabled on the victim host. Depending on how the target's code was built (i.e. depending on a compiler, compile flags and hardware architecture) an attack may lead to a system crash and thus to a denial-of-service or possibly to a non-authorized access to data exported by an iSCSI target. Due to the nature of the flaw, privilege escalation cannot be fully ruled out, although we believe it is highly unlikely. Kernel versions 4.18.x, 4.14.x and 3.10.x are believed to be vulnerable.
CVE-2018-1298 A Denial of Service vulnerability was found in Apache Qpid Broker-J 7.0.0 in functionality for authentication of connections for AMQP protocols 0-8, 0-9, 0-91 and 0-10 when PLAIN or XOAUTH2 SASL mechanism is used. The vulnerability allows unauthenticated attacker to crash the broker instance. AMQP 1.0 and HTTP connections are not affected. An authentication of incoming AMQP connections in Apache Qpid Broker-J is performed by special entities called "Authentication Providers". Each Authentication Provider can support several SASL mechanisms which are offered to the connecting clients as part of SASL negotiation process. The client chooses the most appropriate SASL mechanism for authentication. Authentication Providers of following types supports PLAIN SASL mechanism: Plain, PlainPasswordFile, SimpleLDAP, Base64MD5PasswordFile, MD5, SCRAM-SHA-256, SCRAM-SHA-1. XOAUTH2 SASL mechanism is supported by Authentication Providers of type OAuth2. If an AMQP port is configured with any of these Authentication Providers, the Broker may be vulnerable.
CVE-2018-11209 ** DISPUTED ** An issue was discovered in Z-BlogPHP 2.0.0. zb_system/cmd.php?act=verify relies on MD5 for the password parameter, which might make it easier for attackers to bypass intended access restrictions via a dictionary or rainbow-table attack. NOTE: the vendor declined to accept this as a valid issue.
CVE-2017-9136 An issue was discovered on Mimosa Client Radios before 2.2.3. In the device's web interface, there is a page that allows an attacker to use an unsanitized GET parameter to download files from the device as the root user. The attacker can download any file from the device's filesystem. This can be used to view unsalted, MD5-hashed administrator passwords, which can then be cracked, giving the attacker full admin access to the device's web interface. This vulnerability can also be used to view the plaintext pre-shared key (PSK) for encrypted wireless connections, or to view the device's serial number (which allows an attacker to factory reset the device).
CVE-2017-7888 Dolibarr ERP/CRM 4.0.4 stores passwords with the MD5 algorithm, which makes brute-force attacks easier.
CVE-2017-6343 The web interface on Dahua DHI-HCVR7216A-S3 devices with NVR Firmware 3.210.0001.10 2016-06-06, Camera Firmware 2.400.0000.28.R 2016-03-29, and SmartPSS Software 1.16.1 2017-01-19 allows remote attackers to obtain login access by leveraging knowledge of the MD5 Admin Hash without knowledge of the corresponding password, a different vulnerability than CVE-2013-6117.
CVE-2017-5496 Sawmill Enterprise 8.7.9 allows remote attackers to gain login access by leveraging knowledge of a password hash.
CVE-2017-5186 Novell iManager 2.7 before SP7 Patch 9, NetIQ iManager 3.x before 3.0.2.1, Novell eDirectory 8.8.x before 8.8 SP8 Patch 9 Hotfix 2, and NetIQ eDirectory 9.x before 9.0.2 Hotfix 2 (9.0.2.2) use the deprecated MD5 hashing algorithm in a communications certificate.
CVE-2017-3731 If an SSL/TLS server or client is running on a 32-bit host, and a specific cipher is being used, then a truncated packet can cause that server or client to perform an out-of-bounds read, usually resulting in a crash. For OpenSSL 1.1.0, the crash can be triggered when using CHACHA20/POLY1305; users should upgrade to 1.1.0d. For Openssl 1.0.2, the crash can be triggered when using RC4-MD5; users who have not disabled that algorithm should update to 1.0.2k.
CVE-2017-3219 Acronis True Image up to and including version 2017 Build 8053 performs software updates using HTTP. Downloaded updates are only verified using a server-provided MD5 hash.
CVE-2017-14262 On Samsung NVR devices, remote attackers can read the MD5 password hash of the 'admin' account via certain szUserName JSON data to cgi-bin/main-cgi, and login to the device with that hash in the szUserPasswd parameter.
CVE-2016-9488 ManageEngine Applications Manager versions 12 and 13 before build 13200 suffer from remote SQL injection vulnerabilities. An unauthenticated attacker is able to access the URL /servlet/MenuHandlerServlet, which is vulnerable to SQL injection. The attacker could extract users' password hashes, which are MD5 hashes without salt, and, depending on the database type and its configuration, could also execute operating system commands using SQL queries.
CVE-2016-7108 Huawei Unified Maintenance Audit (UMA) before V200R001C00SPC200 SPH206 allows remote authenticated users to obtain the MD5 hashes of arbitrary user passwords via unspecified vectors.
CVE-2016-6340 The kickstart file in Red Hat QuickStart Cloud Installer (QCI) forces use of MD5 passwords on deployed systems, which makes it easier for attackers to determine cleartext passwords via a brute-force attack.
CVE-2016-2850 Botan 1.11.x before 1.11.29 does not enforce TLS policy for (1) signature algorithms and (2) ECC curves, which allows remote attackers to conduct downgrade attacks via unspecified vectors.
CVE-2016-1882 FreeBSD 9.3 before p33, 10.1 before p26, and 10.2 before p9 allow remote attackers to cause a denial of service (kernel crash) via vectors related to creating a TCP connection with the TCP_MD5SIG and TCP_NOOPT socket options.
CVE-2016-10307 Trango ApexLynx 2.0, ApexOrion 2.0, GigaLynx 2.0, GigaOrion 2.0, and StrataLink 3.0 devices have a built-in, hidden root account, with a default password for which the MD5 hash value is public (but the cleartext value is perhaps not yet public). This account is accessible via SSH and/or TELNET, and grants access to the underlying embedded UNIX OS on the device, allowing full control over it.
CVE-2016-10147 crypto/mcryptd.c in the Linux kernel before 4.8.15 allows local users to cause a denial of service (NULL pointer dereference and system crash) by using an AF_ALG socket with an incompatible algorithm, as demonstrated by mcryptd(md5).
CVE-2016-0783 The sendHashByUser function in Apache OpenMeetings before 3.1.1 generates predictable password reset tokens, which makes it easier for remote attackers to reset arbitrary user passwords by leveraging knowledge of a user name and the current system time.
CVE-2016-0266 IBM AIX 5.3, 6.1, 7.1, and 7.2 and VIOS 2.2.x do not default to the latest TLS version, which makes it easier for man-in-the-middle attackers to obtain sensitive information via unspecified vectors.
CVE-2016-0201 GSKit in IBM Security Network Protection 5.3.1 before 5.3.1.7 and 5.3.2 allows remote attackers to discover credentials by triggering an MD5 collision.
CVE-2015-8234 The image signature algorithm in OpenStack Glance 11.0.0 allows remote attackers to bypass the signature verification process via a crafted image, which triggers an MD5 collision.
CVE-2015-7575 Mozilla Network Security Services (NSS) before 3.20.2, as used in Mozilla Firefox before 43.0.2 and Firefox ESR 38.x before 38.5.2, does not reject MD5 signatures in Server Key Exchange messages in TLS 1.2 Handshake Protocol traffic, which makes it easier for man-in-the-middle attackers to spoof servers by triggering a collision.
CVE-2015-3405 ntp-keygen in ntp 4.2.8px before 4.2.8p2-RC2 and 4.3.x before 4.3.12 does not generate MD5 keys with sufficient entropy on big endian machines when the lowest order byte of the temp variable is between 0x20 and 0x7f and not #, which might allow remote attackers to obtain the value of generated MD5 keys via a brute force attack with the 93 possible keys.
CVE-2015-2878 Multiple cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerabilities in Hexis HawkEye G 3.0.1.4912 allow remote attackers to hijack the authentication of administrators for requests that (1) add arbitrary accounts via the name parameter to interface/rest/accounts/json; turn off the (2) Url matching, (3) DNS Inject, or (4) IP Redirect Sensor in a request to interface/rest/dpi/setEnabled/1; or (5) perform whitelisting of malware MD5 hash IDs via the id parameter to interface/rest/md5-threats/whitelist.
CVE-2015-1913 Rational Test Control Panel in IBM Rational Test Workbench and Rational Test Virtualization Server 8.0.0.x before 8.0.0.5, 8.0.1.x before 8.0.1.6, 8.5.0.x before 8.5.0.4, 8.5.1.x before 8.5.1.5, 8.6.0.x before 8.6.0.4, and 8.7.0.x before 8.7.0.2 uses the MD5 algorithm for password hashing, which makes it easier for remote attackers to bypass authentication via unspecified vectors.
CVE-2015-0995 Inductive Automation Ignition 7.7.2 uses MD5 password hashes, which makes it easier for context-dependent attackers to obtain access via a brute-force attack.
CVE-2015-0517 The D2-API component in EMC Documentum D2 3.1 through SP1, 4.0 and 4.1 before 4.1 P22, and 4.2 before P11 places the MD5 hash of an encryption passphrase in log files, which allows remote authenticated users to obtain sensitive information by reading a file.
CVE-2014-9294 util/ntp-keygen.c in ntp-keygen in NTP before 4.2.7p230 uses a weak RNG seed, which makes it easier for remote attackers to defeat cryptographic protection mechanisms via a brute-force attack.
CVE-2014-9044 Asset Pipeline in ownCloud 7.x before 7.0.3 uses an MD5 hash of the absolute file paths of the original CSS and JS files as the name of the concatenated file, which allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information via a brute force attack.
CVE-2014-9037 WordPress before 3.7.5, 3.8.x before 3.8.5, 3.9.x before 3.9.3, and 4.x before 4.0.1 might allow remote attackers to obtain access to an account idle since 2008 by leveraging an improper PHP dynamic type comparison for an MD5 hash.
CVE-2014-8701 Wonder CMS 2014 allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information by viewing /files/password, which reveals the unsalted MD5 hashed password.
CVE-2014-8243 Linksys SMART WiFi firmware on EA2700 and EA3500 devices; before 2.1.41 build 162351 on E4200v2 and EA4500 devices; before 1.1.41 build 162599 on EA6200 devices; before 1.1.40 build 160989 on EA6300, EA6400, EA6500, and EA6700 devices; and before 1.1.42 build 161129 on EA6900 devices allows remote attackers to obtain the administrator's MD5 password hash via a direct request for the /.htpasswd URI.
CVE-2014-5459 The PEAR_REST class in REST.php in PEAR in PHP through 5.6.0 allows local users to write to arbitrary files via a symlink attack on a (1) rest.cachefile or (2) rest.cacheid file in /tmp/pear/cache/, related to the retrieveCacheFirst and useLocalCache functions.
CVE-2014-5413 Schneider Electric StruxureWare SCADA Expert ClearSCADA 2010 R3 through 2014 R1 uses the MD5 algorithm for an X.509 certificate, which makes it easier for remote attackers to spoof servers via a cryptographic attack against this algorithm.
CVE-2014-3945 The Authentication component in TYPO3 before 6.2, when salting for password hashing is disabled, does not require knowledge of the cleartext password if the password hash is known, which allows remote attackers to bypass authentication and gain access to the backend by leveraging knowledge of a password hash.
CVE-2014-3528 Apache Subversion 1.0.0 through 1.7.x before 1.7.17 and 1.8.x before 1.8.10 uses an MD5 hash of the URL and authentication realm to store cached credentials, which makes it easier for remote servers to obtain the credentials via a crafted authentication realm.
CVE-2014-2212 The remember me feature in portal/scr_authentif.php in POSH (aka Posh portal or Portaneo) 3.0, 3.2.1, 3.3.0, and earlier stores the username and MD5 digest of the password in cleartext in a cookie, which allows attackers to obtain sensitive information by reading this cookie.
CVE-2014-0246 SOSreport stores the md5 hash of the GRUB bootloader password in an archive, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information by reading the archive.
CVE-2013-7484 Zabbix before 5.0 represents passwords in the users table with unsalted MD5.
CVE-2013-7385 LiveZilla 5.1.2.1 and earlier includes the MD5 hash of the operator password in plaintext in Javascript code that is generated by lz/mobile/chat.php, which allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information and gain privileges by accessing the loginName and loginPassword variables using an independent cross-site scripting (XSS) attack. NOTE: this vulnerability exists because of an incomplete fix for CVE-2013-7033.
CVE-2013-5181 The auto-configuration feature in Mail in Apple Mac OS X before 10.9 selects plaintext authentication for unspecified servers that support CRAM-MD5 authentication, which allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information by sniffing the network.
CVE-2013-5097 Juniper Junos Space before 13.1R1.6, as used on the JA1500 appliance and in other contexts, does not properly restrict access to the list of user accounts and their MD5 password hashes, which makes it easier for remote authenticated users to obtain sensitive information via a dictionary attack, aka PR 879462.
CVE-2013-4132 KDE-Workspace 4.10.5 and earlier does not properly handle the return value of the glibc 2.17 crypt and pw_encrypt functions, which allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (NULL pointer dereference and crash) via (1) an invalid salt or a (2) DES or (3) MD5 encrypted password, when FIPS-140 is enable, to KDM or an (4) invalid password to KCheckPass.
CVE-2013-4122 Cyrus SASL 2.1.23, 2.1.26, and earlier does not properly handle when a NULL value is returned upon an error by the crypt function as implemented in glibc 2.17 and later, which allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (thread crash and consumption) via (1) an invalid salt or, when FIPS-140 is enabled, a (2) DES or (3) MD5 encrypted password, which triggers a NULL pointer dereference.
CVE-2013-2953 IBM InfoSphere Optim Data Growth for Oracle E-Business Suite 6.x, 7.x, and 9.x before 9.1.0.3 relies on the MD5 algorithm for signatures in X.509 certificates, which makes it easier for man-in-the-middle attackers to spoof SSL servers via a crafted certificate.
CVE-2013-2179 X.Org xdm 1.1.10, 1.1.11, and possibly other versions, when performing authentication using certain implementations of the crypt API function that can return NULL, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (NULL pointer dereference and crash) by attempting to log into an account whose password field contains invalid characters, as demonstrated using the crypt function from glibc 2.17 and later with (1) the "!" character in the salt portion of a password field or (2) a password that has been encrypted using DES or MD5 in FIPS-140 mode.
CVE-2013-2173 wp-includes/class-phpass.php in WordPress 3.5.1, when a password-protected post exists, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (CPU consumption) via a crafted value of a certain wp-postpass cookie.
CVE-2013-0249 Stack-based buffer overflow in the Curl_sasl_create_digest_md5_message function in lib/curl_sasl.c in curl and libcurl 7.26.0 through 7.28.1, when negotiating SASL DIGEST-MD5 authentication, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) and possibly execute arbitrary code via a long string in the realm parameter in a (1) POP3, (2) SMTP or (3) IMAP message.
CVE-2012-6707 WordPress through 4.8.2 uses a weak MD5-based password hashing algorithm, which makes it easier for attackers to determine cleartext values by leveraging access to the hash values. NOTE: the approach to changing this may not be fully compatible with certain use cases, such as migration of a WordPress site from a web host that uses a recent PHP version to a different web host that uses PHP 5.2. These use cases are plausible (but very unlikely) based on statistics showing widespread deployment of WordPress with obsolete PHP versions.
CVE-2012-5770 The SSL configuration in IBM Tivoli Application Dependency Discovery Manager (TADDM) 7.2.x before 7.2.1.4 supports the MD5 hash algorithm, which makes it easier for man-in-the-middle attackers to spoof servers and decrypt network traffic via a brute-force attack.
CVE-2012-5623 Squirrelmail 4.0 uses the outdated MD5 hash algorithm for passwords.
CVE-2012-5552 The Password policy module 6.x-1.x before 6.x-1.5 and 7.x-1.x before 7.x-1.3 for Drupal allows remote attackers to obtain password hashes by sniffing the network, related to "client-side password history checks."
CVE-2012-3886 AirDroid 1.0.4 beta uses the MD5 algorithm for values in the checklogin key parameter and 7bb cookie, which makes it easier for remote attackers to obtain cleartext data by sniffing the local wireless network and then conducting a (1) brute-force attack or (2) rainbow-table attack.
CVE-2012-3287 Poul-Henning Kamp md5crypt has insufficient algorithmic complexity and a consequently short runtime, which makes it easier for context-dependent attackers to discover cleartext passwords via a brute-force attack, as demonstrated by an attack using GPU hardware.
CVE-2012-0726 The default configuration of TLS in IBM Tivoli Directory Server (TDS) 6.3 and earlier supports the (1) NULL-MD5 and (2) NULL-SHA ciphers, which allows remote attackers to trigger unencrypted communication via the TLS Handshake Protocol.
CVE-2011-3427 The Data Security component in Apple iOS before 5 and Apple TV before 4.4 does not properly restrict use of the MD5 hash algorithm within X.509 certificates, which makes it easier for man-in-the-middle attackers to spoof servers or obtain sensitive information via a crafted certificate.
CVE-2011-3189 The crypt function in PHP 5.3.7, when the MD5 hash type is used, returns the value of the salt argument instead of the hashed string, which might allow remote attackers to bypass authentication via an arbitrary password, a different vulnerability than CVE-2011-2483.
CVE-2011-3188 The (1) IPv4 and (2) IPv6 implementations in the Linux kernel before 3.1 use a modified MD4 algorithm to generate sequence numbers and Fragment Identification values, which makes it easier for remote attackers to cause a denial of service (disrupted networking) or hijack network sessions by predicting these values and sending crafted packets.
CVE-2011-1075 FreeBSD's crontab calculates the MD5 sum of the previous and new cronjob to determine if any changes have been made before copying the new version in. In particular, it uses the MD5File() function, which takes a pathname as an argument, and is called with euid 0. A race condition in this process may lead to an arbitrary MD5 comparison regardless of the read permissions.
CVE-2011-1073 crontab.c in crontab in FreeBSD and Apple Mac OS X allows local users to (1) determine the existence of arbitrary files via a symlink attack on a /tmp/crontab.XXXXXXXXXX temporary file and (2) perform MD5 checksum comparisons on arbitrary pairs of files via two symlink attacks on /tmp/crontab.XXXXXXXXXX temporary files.
CVE-2011-0009 Best Practical Solutions RT 3.x before 3.8.9rc2 and 4.x before 4.0.0rc4 uses the MD5 algorithm for password hashes, which makes it easier for context-dependent attackers to determine cleartext passwords via a brute-force attack on the database.
CVE-2010-4803 Mojolicious before 0.999927 does not properly implement HMAC-MD5 checksums, which has unspecified impact and remote attack vectors.
CVE-2010-4279 The default configuration of Pandora FMS 3.1 and earlier specifies an empty string for the loginhash_pwd field, which allows remote attackers to bypass authentication by sending a request to index.php with "admin" in the loginhash_user parameter, in conjunction with the md5 hash of "admin" in the loginhash_data parameter.
CVE-2010-3711 libpurple in Pidgin before 2.7.4 does not properly validate the return value of the purple_base64_decode function, which allows remote authenticated users to cause a denial of service (NULL pointer dereference and application crash) via a crafted message, related to the plugins for MSN, MySpaceIM, XMPP, and Yahoo! and the NTLM authentication support.
CVE-2010-2927 The slapi_printmessage function in IBM Tivoli Directory Server (ITDS) before 6.0.0.8-TIV-ITDS-IF0006 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (daemon crash) via multiple incomplete DIGEST-MD5 connection attempts.
CVE-2009-5004 qpid-cpp 1.0 crashes when a large message is sent and the Digest-MD5 mechanism with a security layer is in use .
CVE-2009-4300 Multiple unspecified authentication plugins in Moodle 1.8 before 1.8.11 and 1.9 before 1.9.7 store the MD5 hashes for passwords in the user table, even when the cached hashes are not used by the plugin, which might make it easier for attackers to obtain credentials via unspecified vectors.
CVE-2009-3635 The Install Tool subcomponent in TYPO3 4.0.13 and earlier, 4.1.x before 4.1.13, 4.2.x before 4.2.10, and 4.3.x before 4.3beta2 allows remote attackers to gain access by using only the password's md5 hash as a credential.
CVE-2008-7288 IBM Tivoli Directory Server (TDS) 5.2 before 5.2.0.5-TIV-ITDS-LA0007 on AIX allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (server destabilization) via an anonymous DIGEST-MD5 LDAP Bind operation.
CVE-2008-3859 Davlin Thickbox Gallery 2 allows remote attackers to obtain the administrative username and MD5 password hash via a direct request to conf/admins.php.
CVE-2008-3637 The Hash-based Message Authentication Code (HMAC) provider in Java on Apple Mac OS X 10.4.11, 10.5.4, and 10.5.5 uses an uninitialized variable, which allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted applet, related to an "error checking issue."
CVE-2008-3323 setup.exe before 2.573.2.3 in Cygwin does not properly verify the authenticity of packages, which allows remote Cygwin mirror servers or man-in-the-middle attackers to execute arbitrary code via a package list containing the MD5 checksum of a Trojan horse package.
CVE-2008-3188 libxcrypt in SUSE openSUSE 11.0 uses the DES algorithm when the configuration specifies the MD5 algorithm, which makes it easier for attackers to conduct brute-force attacks against hashed passwords.
CVE-2008-2441 Cisco Secure ACS 3.x before 3.3(4) Build 12 patch 7, 4.0.x, 4.1.x before 4.1(4) Build 13 Patch 11, and 4.2.x before 4.2(0) Build 124 Patch 4 does not properly handle an EAP Response packet in which the value of the length field exceeds the actual packet length, which allows remote authenticated users to cause a denial of service (CSRadius and CSAuth service crash) or possibly execute arbitrary code via a crafted RADIUS (1) EAP-Response/Identity, (2) EAP-Response/MD5, or (3) EAP-Response/TLS Message Attribute packet.
CVE-2008-1883 The server in Blackboard Academic Suite 7.x stores MD5 password hashes that are provided directly by clients, which makes it easier for remote attackers to access accounts via a modified client that skips the javascript/md5.js hash calculation, and instead sends an arbitrary MD5 string.
CVE-2008-1526 ZyXEL Prestige routers, including P-660, P-661, and P-662 models with firmware 3.40(PE9) and 3.40(AGD.2) through 3.40(AHQ.3), do not use a salt when calculating an MD5 password hash, which makes it easier for attackers to crack passwords.
CVE-2007-6013 Wordpress 1.5 through 2.3.1 uses cookie values based on the MD5 hash of a password MD5 hash, which allows attackers to bypass authentication by obtaining the MD5 hash from the user database, then generating the authentication cookie from that hash.
CVE-2007-5919 MyWebFTP, possibly 5.3.2, stores sensitive information under the web root with insufficient access control, which allows remote attackers to obtain an MD5 password hash via a direct request for pass/pass.txt.
CVE-2007-5855 Mail in Apple Mac OS X 10.4.11 and 10.5.1, when an SMTP account has been set up using Account Assistant, can use plaintext authentication even when MD5 Challenge-Response authentication is available, which makes it easier for remote attackers to sniff account activity.
CVE-2007-5466 Multiple buffer overflows in eXtremail 2.1.1 and earlier allow remote attackers to (1) have an unknown impact by sending multiple long strings to the IMAP port (143/tcp); (2) execute arbitrary code via a long string in an IMAP AUTHENTICATE PLAIN action, involving the ifParseAuthPlain function; (3) execute arbitrary code via a long LOGIN command to the admin interface port (4501/tcp); or (4) execute arbitrary code via a long string in an IMAP AUTHENTICATE LOGIN (aka CRAM-MD5 authentication) action, involving the ifProcImapAuth1 function.
CVE-2007-4961 The login_to_simulator method in Linden Lab Second Life, as used by the secondlife:// protocol handler and possibly other Second Life login mechanisms, sends an MD5 hash in cleartext in the passwd field, which allows remote attackers to login to an account by sniffing the network and then sending this hash to a Second Life authentication server.
CVE-2007-4937 CS Guestbook stores sensitive information under the web root with insufficient access control, which allows remote attackers to obtain the admin name and MD5 password hash via a direct request for base/usr/0.php.
CVE-2007-4453 ** DISPUTED ** Multiple cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities in vBulletin 3.6.8 allow remote attackers to inject arbitrary web code or HTML via the (1) s parameter to index.php, and the (2) q parameter to (a) faq.php, (b) member.php, (c) memberlist.php, (d) calendar.php, (e) search.php, (f) forumdisplay.php, (g) showgroups.php, (h) online.php, and (i) sendmessage.php. NOTE: these issues have been disputed by the vendor, stating "I can't reproduce a single one of these". The researcher is known to be unreliable.
CVE-2007-4440 Stack-based buffer overflow in the MercuryS SMTP server in Mercury Mail Transport System, possibly 4.51 and earlier, allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a long AUTH CRAM-MD5 string. NOTE: this might overlap CVE-2006-5961.
CVE-2007-4419 Admin.php in Olate Download (od) 3.4.1 uses an MD5 hash of the admin username, user id, and group id, to compose the OD3_AutoLogin authentication cookie, which makes it easier for remote attackers to guess the cookie and access the Admin area.
CVE-2007-4230 ** DISPUTED ** BellaBiblio allows remote attackers to gain administrative privileges via a bellabiblio cookie with the value "administrator." NOTE: this issue is disputed by CVE and multiple third parties because the cookie value must be an MD5 hash.
CVE-2007-3946 mod_auth (http_auth.c) in lighttpd before 1.4.16 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (daemon crash) via unspecified vectors involving (1) a memory leak, (2) use of md5-sess without a cnonce, (3) base64 encoded strings, and (4) trailing whitespace in the Auth-Digest header.
CVE-2007-3319 The Avaya 4602SW IP Phone (Model 4602D02A) with 2.2.2 and earlier SIP firmware does not use the cnonce parameter in the Authorization header of SIP requests during MD5 digest authentication, which allows remote attackers to conduct man-in-the-middle attacks and hijack or intercept communications.
CVE-2007-2294 The Manager Interface in Asterisk before 1.2.18 and 1.4.x before 1.4.3 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) by using MD5 authentication to authenticate a user that does not have a password defined in manager.conf, resulting in a NULL pointer dereference.
CVE-2007-1675 Buffer overflow in the CRAM-MD5 authentication mechanism in the IMAP server (nimap.exe) in IBM Lotus Domino before 6.5.6 and 7.x before 7.0.2 FP1 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service via a long username.
CVE-2007-1558 The APOP protocol allows remote attackers to guess the first 3 characters of a password via man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks that use crafted message IDs and MD5 collisions. NOTE: this design-level issue potentially affects all products that use APOP, including (1) Thunderbird 1.x before 1.5.0.12 and 2.x before 2.0.0.4, (2) Evolution, (3) mutt, (4) fetchmail before 6.3.8, (5) SeaMonkey 1.0.x before 1.0.9 and 1.1.x before 1.1.2, (6) Balsa 2.3.16 and earlier, (7) Mailfilter before 0.8.2, and possibly other products.
CVE-2007-1068 The (1) TTLS CHAP, (2) TTLS MSCHAP, (3) TTLS MSCHAPv2, (4) TTLS PAP, (5) MD5, (6) GTC, (7) LEAP, (8) PEAP MSCHAPv2, (9) PEAP GTC, and (10) FAST authentication methods in Cisco Secure Services Client (CSSC) 4.x, Trust Agent 1.x and 2.x, Cisco Security Agent (CSA) 5.0 and 5.1 (when a vulnerable Trust Agent has been deployed), and the Meetinghouse AEGIS SecureConnect Client store transmitted authentication credentials in plaintext log files, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information by reading these files, aka CSCsg34423.
CVE-2007-0594 Siteman 2.0.x2 stores sensitive information under the web root with insufficient access control, which allows remote attackers to download a database containing password hashes via a direct request for db/siteman/users.MYD.
CVE-2007-0593 Siteman 1.1.11 stores sensitive information under the web root with insufficient access control, which allows remote attackers to download a database containing password hashes via a direct request for data/members.txt.
CVE-2006-7138 SQL injection vulnerability in wwv_flow_utilities.gen_popup_list in the WWV_FLOW_UTILITIES package for Oracle APEX/HTMLDB before 2.2 allows remote authenticated users to execute arbitrary SQL by modifying the P_LOV parameter and calculating a matching MD5 checksum for the P_LOV_CHECKSUM parameter. NOTE: it is likely that this issue is subsumed by CVE-2006-5351, but due to lack of details from Oracle, this cannot be proven.
CVE-2006-6858 Miredo 0.9.8 through 1.0.5 does not properly authenticate a Teredo bubble during UDP hole punching with HMAC-MD5-64 hashing, which allows remote attackers to impersonate an arbitrary Teredo client.
CVE-2006-4595 muforum (µforum) 0.4c stores membres/members.dat under the web document root with insufficient access control, which allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information such as usernames and password hashes.
CVE-2006-4080 DeluxeBB 1.08, and possibly earlier, uses cookies that include the MD5 hash of a password, which allows remote attackers to gain privileges by sniffing or cross-site scripting (XSS) and conduct password guessing attacks.
CVE-2006-2755 Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in index.php in UBBThreads 5.x and earlier allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via the debug parameter, as demonstrated by stealing MD5 hashes of passwords.
CVE-2006-2223 RIPd in Quagga 0.98 and 0.99 before 20060503 does not properly implement configurations that (1) disable RIPv1 or (2) require plaintext or MD5 authentication, which allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information (routing state) via REQUEST packets such as SEND UPDATE.
CVE-2006-1721 digestmd5.c in the CMU Cyrus Simple Authentication and Security Layer (SASL) library 2.1.18, and possibly other versions before 2.1.21, allows remote unauthenticated attackers to cause a denial of service (segmentation fault) via malformed inputs in DIGEST-MD5 negotiation.
CVE-2006-1085 admin.php in PHP-Stats 0.1.9.1 and earlier allows remote attackers to bypass authentication, gain administrator privileges, and execute arbitrary PHP code by modifying the option[admin_pass] parameter and setting the pass_cookie to the MD5 hash of the specified password.
CVE-2006-0591 The crypt_gensalt functions for BSDI-style extended DES-based and FreeBSD-sytle MD5-based password hashes in crypt_blowfish 0.4.7 and earlier do not evenly and randomly distribute salts, which makes it easier for attackers to guess passwords from a stolen password file due to the increased number of collisions.
CVE-2006-0440 Text Rider 2.4 allows attackers to bypass authentication and upload files without providing a valid password by obtaining the MD5 hash of the password (possibly via another vulnerability that reads it from a data file), then including the hash in a cookie.
CVE-2006-0411 claro_init_local.inc.php in Claroline 1.7.2 uses guessable session cookies (MD5 hash of connection time), which allows remote attackers to hijack sessions and possibly gain administrative privileges.
CVE-2006-0370 Noah Medling RCBlog 1.03 stores the data and config directories under the web root with insufficient access control, which allows remote attackers to view account names and MD5 password hashes.
CVE-2005-4448 FlatNuke 2.5.6 verifies authentication credentials based on an MD5 checksum of the admin name and the hashed password rather than the plaintext password, which allows attackers to gain privileges by obtaining the password hash (possibly via CVE-2005-2813), then calculating the credentials and including them in the secid cookie.
CVE-2005-4437 MD5 Neighbor Authentication in Extended Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) 1.2, as implemented in Cisco IOS 11.3 and later, does not include the Message Authentication Code (MAC) in the checksum, which allows remote attackers to sniff message hashes and (1) replay EIGRP HELLO messages or (2) cause a denial of service by sending a large number of spoofed EIGRP neighbor announcements, which results in an ARP storm on the local network.
CVE-2005-4249 ADP Forum 2.0 through 2.0.3 stores sensitive information in plaintext files under the web document root with insufficient access control, which allows remote attackers to obtain user credentials via requests to the forum/users directory.
CVE-2005-3402 The SMTP client in Mozilla Thunderbird 1.0.5 BETA, 1.0.7, and possibly other versions, does not notify users when it cannot establish a secure channel with the server, which allows remote attackers to obtain authentication information without detection via a man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack that bypasses TLS authentication or downgrades CRAM-MD5 authentication to plain authentication.
CVE-2005-2946 The default configuration on OpenSSL before 0.9.8 uses MD5 for creating message digests instead of a more cryptographically strong algorithm, which makes it easier for remote attackers to forge certificates with a valid certificate authority signature.
CVE-2005-1220 Shoutbox SCRIPT 3.0.2 and earlier allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information via a direct request to db/settings.dat, which displays usernames and password hashes.
CVE-2005-1055 TowerBlog 0.6 and earlier stores the login data file under the web root, which allows remote attackers to obtain the MD5 checksums of the username and password via a direct request to the _dat/login file.
CVE-2005-0408 CitrusDB 0.3.6 and earlier generates easily predictable MD5 hashes of the user name for the id_hash cookie, which allows remote attackers to bypass authentication and gain privileges by calculating the MD5 checksum of the user name combined with the "boogaadeeboo" string, which is hard-coded in the $hidden_hash variable.
CVE-2005-0373 Buffer overflow in digestmd5.c CVS release 1.170 (also referred to as digestmda5.c), as used in the DIGEST-MD5 SASL plugin for Cyrus-SASL but not in any official releases, allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code.
CVE-2005-0198 A logic error in the CRAM-MD5 code for the University of Washington IMAP (UW-IMAP) server, when Challenge-Response Authentication Mechanism with MD5 (CRAM-MD5) is enabled, does not properly enforce all the required conditions for successful authentication, which allows remote attackers to authenticate as arbitrary users.
CVE-2004-2761 The MD5 Message-Digest Algorithm is not collision resistant, which makes it easier for context-dependent attackers to conduct spoofing attacks, as demonstrated by attacks on the use of MD5 in the signature algorithm of an X.509 certificate.
CVE-2004-2443 Jaws 0.3 allows remote attackers to bypass authentication and via an HTTP request to admin.php with the logged cookie set to the MD5 hash of a null password, which is compared against the logged session variable by the logged_on function in application.php.
CVE-2004-1088 Postfix server for Apple Mac OS X 10.3.6, when using CRAM-MD5, allows remote attackers to send mail without authentication by replaying authentication information.
CVE-2003-1245 index2.php in Mambo 4.0.12 allows remote attackers to gain administrator access via a URL request where session_id is set to the MD5 hash of a session cookie.
CVE-2003-0881 Mail in Mac OS X before 10.3, when configured to use MD5 Challenge Response, uses plaintext authentication if the CRAM-MD5 hashed login fails, which could allow remote attackers to gain privileges by sniffing the password.
CVE-2002-2058 TeeKai Tracking Online 1.0 uses weak encryption of web usage statistics in data/userlog/log.txt, which allows remote attackers to identify IP's visiting the site by dividing each octet by the MD5 hash of '20'.
CVE-2002-2057 TeeKai Forum 1.2 uses weak encryption of web usage statistics in data/member_log.txt, which is stored under the web document root with insufficient access control, which allows remote attackers to identify IP's visiting the site by dividing each octet by the MD5 hash of '20'.
CVE-2002-2046 x_news.php in X-News (x_news) 1.1 and earlier allows remote attackers to gain administrative privileges by stealing and replaying the md5_password cookie.
CVE-2002-1934 Pingtel xpressa SIP-based voice-over-IP phone 1.2.5 through 2.0.1 leaks sensitive information during boot-up, which allows attackers to obtain the MD5 hash of the Admin password, MD5 hash of the physical password, and other registration information.
CVE-2002-1657 PostgreSQL uses the username for a salt when generating passwords, which makes it easier for remote attackers to guess passwords via a brute force attack.
CVE-2002-1656 X-News (x_news) 1.1 and earlier allows attackers to authenticate as other users by obtaining the MD5 checksum of the password, e.g. via sniffing or the users.txt data file, and providing it in a cookie.
CVE-2002-0703 An interaction between the Perl MD5 module (perl-Digest-MD5) and Perl could produce incorrect MD5 checksums for UTF-8 data, which could prevent a system from properly verifying the integrity of the data.
CVE-2002-0286 The GetPassword function in function.php of SiteNews 0.10 and 0.11 allows remote attackers to gain privileges and add users by providing a non-existent user name and the MD5 checksum for an empty password to add_user.php, which causes GetPassword to produce and compare a blank password for the non-existent user.
CVE-2001-1190 The default PAM files included with passwd in Mandrake Linux 8.1 do not support MD5 passwords, which could result in a lower level of password security than intended.
CVE-2001-0497 dnskeygen in BIND 8.2.4 and earlier, and dnssec-keygen in BIND 9.1.2 and earlier, set insecure permissions for a HMAC-MD5 shared secret key file used for DNS Transactional Signatures (TSIG), which allows attackers to obtain the keys and perform dynamic DNS updates.
CVE-2000-0301 Ipswitch IMAIL server 6.02 and earlier allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service via the AUTH CRAM-MD5 command.
CVE-2000-0093 An installation of Red Hat uses DES password encryption with crypt() for the initial password, instead of md5.
CVE-1999-0900 Buffer overflow in rpc.yppasswdd allows a local user to gain privileges via MD5 hash generation.
  
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