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CVE-2022-40716 HashiCorp Consul and Consul Enterprise up to 1.11.8, 1.12.4, and 1.13.1 do not check for multiple SAN URI values in a CSR on the internal RPC endpoint, enabling leverage of privileged access to bypass service mesh intentions. Fixed in 1.11.9, 1.12.5, and 1.13.2."
CVE-2022-38149 HashiCorp Consul Template up to 0.27.2, 0.28.2, and 0.29.1 may expose the contents of Vault secrets in the error returned by the *template.Template.Execute method, when given a template using Vault secret contents incorrectly. Fixed in 0.27.3, 0.28.3, and 0.29.2.
CVE-2022-29153 HashiCorp Consul and Consul Enterprise up to 1.9.16, 1.10.9, and 1.11.4 may allow server side request forgery when the Consul client agent follows redirects returned by HTTP health check endpoints. Fixed in 1.9.17, 1.10.10, and 1.11.5.
CVE-2022-24687 HashiCorp Consul and Consul Enterprise 1.9.0 through 1.9.14, 1.10.7, and 1.11.2 clusters with at least one Ingress Gateway allow a user with service:write to register a specifically-defined service that can cause Consul servers to panic. Fixed in 1.9.15, 1.10.8, and 1.11.3.
CVE-2021-41865 HashiCorp Nomad and Nomad Enterprise 1.1.1 through 1.1.5 allowed authenticated users with job submission capabilities to cause denial of service by submitting incomplete job specifications with a Consul mesh gateway and host networking mode. Fixed in 1.1.6.
CVE-2021-41805 HashiCorp Consul Enterprise before 1.8.17, 1.9.x before 1.9.11, and 1.10.x before 1.10.4 has Incorrect Access Control. An ACL token (with the default operator:write permissions) in one namespace can be used for unintended privilege escalation in a different namespace.
CVE-2021-41803 HashiCorp Consul 1.8.1 up to 1.11.8, 1.12.4, and 1.13.1 do not properly validate the node or segment names prior to interpolation and usage in JWT claim assertions with the auto config RPC. Fixed in 1.11.9, 1.12.5, and 1.13.2."
CVE-2021-38698 HashiCorp Consul and Consul Enterprise 1.10.1 Txn.Apply endpoint allowed services to register proxies for other services, enabling access to service traffic. Fixed in 1.8.15, 1.9.9 and 1.10.2.
CVE-2021-37219 HashiCorp Consul and Consul Enterprise 1.10.1 Raft RPC layer allows non-server agents with a valid certificate signed by the same CA to access server-only functionality, enabling privilege escalation. Fixed in 1.8.15, 1.9.9 and 1.10.2.
CVE-2021-36213 HashiCorp Consul and Consul Enterprise 1.9.0 through 1.10.0 default deny policy with a single L7 application-aware intention deny action cancels out, causing the intention to incorrectly fail open, allowing L4 traffic. Fixed in 1.9.8 and 1.10.1.
CVE-2021-32574 HashiCorp Consul and Consul Enterprise 1.3.0 through 1.10.0 Envoy proxy TLS configuration does not validate destination service identity in the encoded subject alternative name. Fixed in 1.8.14, 1.9.8, and 1.10.1.
CVE-2021-28156 HashiCorp Consul Enterprise version 1.8.0 up to 1.9.4 audit log can be bypassed by specifically crafted HTTP events. Fixed in 1.9.5, and 1.8.10.
CVE-2020-7955 HashiCorp Consul and Consul Enterprise 1.4.1 through 1.6.2 did not uniformly enforce ACLs across all API endpoints, resulting in potential unintended information disclosure. Fixed in 1.6.3.
CVE-2020-7219 HashiCorp Consul and Consul Enterprise up to 1.6.2 HTTP/RPC services allowed unbounded resource usage, and were susceptible to unauthenticated denial of service. Fixed in 1.6.3.
CVE-2020-29564 The official Consul Docker images 0.7.1 through 1.4.2 contain a blank password for a root user. System using the Consul Docker container deployed by affected versions of the Docker image may allow a remote attacker to achieve root access with a blank password.
CVE-2020-28053 HashiCorp Consul and Consul Enterprise 1.2.0 up to 1.8.5 allowed operators with operator:read ACL permissions to read the Connect CA private key configuration. Fixed in 1.6.10, 1.7.10, and 1.8.6.
CVE-2020-25864 HashiCorp Consul and Consul Enterprise up to version 1.9.4 key-value (KV) raw mode was vulnerable to cross-site scripting. Fixed in 1.9.5, 1.8.10 and 1.7.14.
CVE-2020-25201 HashiCorp Consul Enterprise version 1.7.0 up to 1.8.4 includes a namespace replication bug which can be triggered to cause denial of service via infinite Raft writes. Fixed in 1.7.9 and 1.8.5.
CVE-2020-13250 HashiCorp Consul and Consul Enterprise include an HTTP API (introduced in 1.2.0) and DNS (introduced in 1.4.3) caching feature that was vulnerable to denial of service. Fixed in 1.6.6 and 1.7.4.
CVE-2020-13170 HashiCorp Consul and Consul Enterprise did not appropriately enforce scope for local tokens issued by a primary data center, where replication to a secondary data center was not enabled. Introduced in 1.4.0, fixed in 1.6.6 and 1.7.4.
CVE-2020-12797 HashiCorp Consul and Consul Enterprise failed to enforce changes to legacy ACL token rules due to non-propagation to secondary data centers. Introduced in 1.4.0, fixed in 1.6.6 and 1.7.4.
CVE-2020-12758 HashiCorp Consul and Consul Enterprise could crash when configured with an abnormally-formed service-router entry. Introduced in 1.6.0, fixed in 1.6.6 and 1.7.4.
CVE-2019-9764 HashiCorp Consul 1.4.3 lacks server hostname verification for agent-to-agent TLS communication. In other words, the product behaves as if verify_server_hostname were set to false, even when it is actually set to true. This is fixed in 1.4.4.
CVE-2019-8336 HashiCorp Consul (and Consul Enterprise) 1.4.x before 1.4.3 allows a client to bypass intended access restrictions and obtain the privileges of one other arbitrary token within secondary datacenters, because a token with literally "<hidden>" as its secret is used in unusual circumstances.
CVE-2019-16377 The makandra consul gem through 1.0.2 for Ruby has Incorrect Access Control.
CVE-2019-12291 HashiCorp Consul 1.4.0 through 1.5.0 has Incorrect Access Control. Keys not matching a specific ACL rule used for prefix matching in a policy can be deleted by a token using that policy even with default deny settings configured.
CVE-2018-19653 HashiCorp Consul 0.5.1 through 1.4.0 can use cleartext agent-to-agent RPC communication because the verify_outgoing setting is improperly documented. NOTE: the vendor has provided reconfiguration steps that do not require a software upgrade.
  
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