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CVE-2021-26910 Firejail before 0.9.64.4 allows attackers to bypass intended access restrictions because there is a TOCTOU race condition between a stat operation and an OverlayFS mount operation.
CVE-2020-17368 Firejail through 0.9.62 mishandles shell metacharacters during use of the --output or --output-stderr option, which may lead to command injection.
CVE-2020-17367 Firejail through 0.9.62 does not honor the -- end-of-options indicator after the --output option, which may lead to command injection.
CVE-2019-12589 In Firejail before 0.9.60, seccomp filters are writable inside the jail, leading to a lack of intended seccomp restrictions for a process that is joined to the jail after a filter has been modified by an attacker.
CVE-2019-12499 Firejail before 0.9.60 allows truncation (resizing to length 0) of the firejail binary on the host by running exploit code inside a firejail sandbox and having the sandbox terminated. To succeed, certain conditions need to be fulfilled: The jail (with the exploit code inside) needs to be started as root, and it also needs to be terminated as root from the host (either by stopping it ungracefully (e.g., SIGKILL), or by using the --shutdown control command). This is similar to CVE-2019-5736.
CVE-2017-5940 Firejail before 0.9.44.6 and 0.9.38.x LTS before 0.9.38.10 LTS does not comprehensively address dotfile cases during its attempt to prevent accessing user files with an euid of zero, which allows local users to conduct sandbox-escape attacks via vectors involving a symlink and the --private option. NOTE: this vulnerability exists because of an incomplete fix for CVE-2017-5180.
CVE-2017-5207 Firejail before 0.9.44.4, when running a bandwidth command, allows local users to gain root privileges via the --shell argument.
CVE-2017-5206 Firejail before 0.9.44.4, when running on a Linux kernel before 4.8, allows context-dependent attackers to bypass a seccomp-based sandbox protection mechanism via the --allow-debuggers argument.
CVE-2017-5180 Firejail before 0.9.44.4 and 0.9.38.x LTS before 0.9.38.8 LTS does not consider the .Xauthority case during its attempt to prevent accessing user files with an euid of zero, which allows local users to conduct sandbox-escape attacks via vectors involving a symlink and the --private option.
CVE-2016-9016 Firejail 0.9.38.4 allows local users to execute arbitrary commands outside of the sandbox via a crafted TIOCSTI ioctl call.
CVE-2016-10123 Firejail allows --chroot when seccomp is not supported, which might allow local users to gain privileges.
CVE-2016-10122 Firejail does not properly clean environment variables, which allows local users to gain privileges.
CVE-2016-10121 Firejail uses weak permissions for /dev/shm/firejail and possibly other files, which allows local users to gain privileges.
CVE-2016-10120 Firejail uses 0777 permissions when mounting (1) /dev, (2) /dev/shm, (3) /var/tmp, or (4) /var/lock, which allows local users to gain privileges.
CVE-2016-10119 Firejail uses 0777 permissions when mounting /tmp, which allows local users to gain privileges.
CVE-2016-10118 Firejail allows local users to truncate /etc/resolv.conf via a chroot command to /.
CVE-2016-10117 Firejail does not restrict access to --tmpfs, which allows local users to gain privileges, as demonstrated by mounting over /etc.
  
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