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CVE-2024-6056 A vulnerability was found in nasirkhan Laravel Starter up to 11.8.0. It has been rated as problematic. Affected by this issue is some unknown functionality of the file /forgot-password of the component Password Reset Handler. The manipulation of the argument Email leads to observable response discrepancy. The attack may be launched remotely. The complexity of an attack is rather high. The exploitation is known to be difficult. The exploit has been disclosed to the public and may be used. The identifier of this vulnerability is VDB-268784. NOTE: The vendor was contacted early about this disclosure but did not respond in any way.
CVE-2024-40075 Laravel v11.x was discovered to contain an XML External Entity (XXE) vulnerability.
CVE-2024-36119 Statamic is a, Laravel + Git powered CMS designed for building websites. In affected versions users registering via the `user:register_form` tag will have their password confirmation stored in plain text in their user file. This only affects sites matching **all** of the following conditions: 1. Running Statamic versions between 5.3.0 and 5.6.1. (This version range represents only one calendar week), 2. Using the `user:register_form` tag. 3. Using file-based user accounts. (Does not affect users stored in a database.), 4. Has users that have registered during that time period. (Existing users are not affected.). Additionally passwords are only visible to users that have access to read user yaml files, typically developers of the application itself. This issue has been patched in version 5.6.2, however any users registered during that time period and using the affected version range will still have the the `password_confirmation` value in their yaml files. We recommend that affected users have their password reset. System administrators are advised to upgrade their deployments. There are no known workarounds for this vulnerability. Anyone who commits their files to a public git repo, may consider clearing the sensitive data from the git history as it is likely that passwords were uploaded.
CVE-2024-32003 wn-dusk-plugin (Dusk plugin) is a plugin which integrates Laravel Dusk browser testing into Winter CMS. The Dusk plugin provides some special routes as part of its testing framework to allow a browser environment (such as headless Chrome) to act as a user in the Backend or User plugin without having to go through authentication. This route is `[[URL]]/_dusk/login/[[USER ID]]/[[MANAGER]]` - where `[[URL]]` is the base URL of the site, `[[USER ID]]` is the ID of the user account and `[[MANAGER]]` is the authentication manager (either `backend` for Backend, or `user` for the User plugin). If a configuration of a site using the Dusk plugin is set up in such a way that the Dusk plugin is available publicly and the test cases in Dusk are run with live data, this route may potentially be used to gain access to any user account in either the Backend or User plugin without authentication. As indicated in the `README`, this plugin should only be used in development and should *NOT* be used in a production instance. It is specifically recommended that the plugin be installed as a development dependency only in Composer. In order to remediate this issue, the special routes used above will now no longer be registered unless the `APP_ENV` environment variable is specifically set to `dusk`. Since Winter by default does not use this environment variable and it is not populated by default, it will only exist if Dusk's automatic configuration is used (which won't exhibit this vulnerability) or if a developer manually specifies it in their configuration. The automatic configuration performed by the Dusk plugin has also been hardened by default to use sane defaults and not allow external environment variables to leak into this configuration. This will only affect users in which the Winter CMS installation meets ALL the following criteria: 1. The Dusk plugin is installed in the Winter CMS instance. 2. The application is in production mode (ie. the `debug` config value is set to `true` in `config/app.php`). 3. The Dusk plugin's automatic configuration has been overridden, either by providing a custom `.env.dusk` file or by providing custom configuration in the `config/dusk` folder, or by providing configuration environment variables externally. 4. The environment has been configured to use production data in the database for testing, and not the temporary SQLite database that Dusk uses by default. 5. The application is connectable via the web. This issue has been fixed in version 2.1.0. Users are advised to upgrade.
CVE-2024-29291 ** DISPUTED ** An issue in Laravel Framework 8 through 11 might allow a remote attacker to discover database credentials in storage/logs/laravel.log. NOTE: this is disputed by multiple third parties because the owner of a Laravel Framework installation can choose to have debugging logs, but needs to set the access control appropriately for the type of data that may be logged.
CVE-2024-25637 October is a self-hosted CMS platform based on the Laravel PHP Framework. The X-October-Request-Handler Header does not sanitize the AJAX handler name and allows unescaped HTML to be reflected back. There is no impact since this vulnerability cannot be exploited through normal browser interactions. This unescaped value is only detectable when using a proxy interception tool. This issue has been patched in version 3.5.15.
CVE-2024-24764 October is a self-hosted CMS platform based on the Laravel PHP Framework. This issue affects authenticated administrators who may be redirected to an untrusted URL using the PageFinder schema. The resolver for the page finder link schema (`october://`) allowed external links, therefore allowing an open redirect outside the scope of the active host. This vulnerability has been patched in version 3.5.15.
CVE-2024-24570 Statamic is a Laravel and Git powered CMS. HTML files crafted to look like jpg files are able to be uploaded, allowing for XSS. This affects the front-end forms with asset fields without any mime type validation, asset fields in the control panel, and asset browser in the control panel. Additionally, if the XSS is crafted in a specific way, the "copy password reset link" feature may be exploited to gain access to a user's password reset token and gain access to their account. The authorized user is required to execute the XSS in order for the vulnerability to occur. In versions 4.46.0 and 3.4.17, the XSS vulnerability has been patched, and the copy password reset link functionality has been disabled.
CVE-2023-48701 Statamic CMS is a Laravel and Git powered content management system (CMS). Prior to versions 3.4.15 an 4.36.0, HTML files crafted to look like images may be uploaded regardless of mime validation. This is only applicable on front-end forms using the "Forms" feature containing an assets field, or within the control panel which requires authentication. This issue has been patched on 3.4.15 and 4.36.0.
CVE-2023-48217 Statamic is a flat-first, Laravel + Git powered CMS designed for building websites. In affected versions certain additional PHP files crafted to look like images may be uploaded regardless of mime type validation rules. This affects front-end forms using the "Forms" feature, and asset upload fields in the control panel. Malicious users could leverage this vulnerability to upload and execute code. This issue has been patched in versions 3.4.14 and 4.34.0. Users are advised to upgrade. There are no known workarounds for this vulnerability.
CVE-2023-47129 Statmic is a core Laravel content management system Composer package. Prior to versions 3.4.13 and 4.33.0, on front-end forms with an asset upload field, PHP files crafted to look like images may be uploaded. This only affects forms using the "Forms" feature and not just _any_ arbitrary form. This does not affect the control panel. This issue has been patched in 3.4.13 and 4.33.0.
CVE-2023-37269 Winter is a free, open-source content management system (CMS) based on the Laravel PHP framework. Users with the `backend.manage_branding` permission can upload SVGs as the application logo. Prior to version 1.2.3, SVG uploads were not sanitized, which could have allowed a stored cross-site scripting (XSS) attack. To exploit the vulnerability, an attacker would already need to have developer or super user level permissions in Winter CMS. This means they would already have extensive access and control within the system. Additionally, to execute the XSS, the attacker would need to convince the victim to directly visit the URL of the maliciously uploaded SVG, and the application would have to be using local storage where uploaded files are served under the same domain as the application itself instead of a CDN. This is because all SVGs in Winter CMS are rendered through an `img` tag, which prevents any payloads from being executed directly. These two factors significantly limit the potential harm of this vulnerability. This issue has been patched in v1.2.3 through the inclusion of full support for SVG uploads and automatic sanitization of uploaded SVG files. As a workaround, one may apply the patches manually.
CVE-2023-36828 Statamic is a flat-first, Laravel and Git powered content management system. Prior to version 4.10.0, the SVG tag does not sanitize malicious SVG. Therefore, an attacker can exploit this vulnerability to perform cross-site scripting attacks using SVG, even when using the `sanitize` function. Version 4.10.0 contains a patch for this issue.
CVE-2023-36825 Orchid is a Laravel package that allows application development of back-office applications, admin/user panels, and dashboards. A vulnerability present starting in version 14.0.0-alpha4 and prior to version 14.5.0 is related to the deserialization of untrusted data from the `_state` query parameter, which can result in remote code execution. The issue has been addressed in version 14.5.0. Users are advised to upgrade their software to this version or any subsequent versions that include the patch. There are no known workarounds.
CVE-2023-35169 PHP-IMAP is a wrapper for common IMAP communication without the need to have the php-imap module installed / enabled. Prior to version 5.3.0, an unsanitized attachment filename allows any unauthenticated user to leverage a directory traversal vulnerability, which results in a remote code execution vulnerability. Every application that stores attachments with `Attachment::save()` without providing a `$filename` or passing unsanitized user input is affected by this attack. An attacker can send an email with a malicious attachment to the inbox, which gets crawled with `webklex/php-imap` or `webklex/laravel-imap`. Prerequisite for the vulnerability is that the script stores the attachments without providing a `$filename`, or providing an unsanitized `$filename`, in `src/Attachment::save(string $path, string $filename = null)`. In this case, where no `$filename` gets passed into the `Attachment::save()` method, the package would use a series of unsanitized and insecure input values from the mail as fallback. Even if a developer passes a `$filename` into the `Attachment::save()` method, e.g. by passing the name or filename of the mail attachment itself (from email headers), the input values never get sanitized by the package. There is also no restriction about the file extension (e.g. ".php") or the contents of a file. This allows an attacker to upload malicious code of any type and content at any location where the underlying user has write permissions. The attacker can also overwrite existing files and inject malicious code into files that, e.g. get executed by the system via cron or requests. Version 5.3.0 contains a patch for this issue.
CVE-2023-29931 laravel-s 3.7.35 is vulnerable to Local File Inclusion via /src/Illuminate/Laravel.php.
CVE-2023-28115 Snappy is a PHP library allowing thumbnail, snapshot or PDF generation from a url or a html page. Prior to version 1.4.2, Snappy is vulnerable to PHAR deserialization due to a lack of checking on the protocol before passing it into the `file_exists()` function. If an attacker can upload files of any type to the server he can pass in the phar:// protocol to unserialize the uploaded file and instantiate arbitrary PHP objects. This can lead to remote code execution especially when snappy is used with frameworks with documented POP chains like Laravel/Symfony vulnerable developer code. If a user can control the output file from the `generateFromHtml()` function, it will invoke deserialization. This vulnerability is capable of remote code execution if Snappy is used with frameworks or developer code with vulnerable POP chains. It has been fixed in version 1.4.2.
CVE-2023-24249 An arbitrary file upload vulnerability in laravel-admin v1.8.19 allows attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted PHP file.
CVE-2022-40734 UniSharp laravel-filemanager (aka Laravel Filemanager) before 2.6.4 allows download?working_dir=%2F.. directory traversal to read arbitrary files, as exploited in the wild in June 2022. This is related to league/flysystem before 2.0.0.
CVE-2022-40482 The authentication method in Laravel 8.x through 9.x before 9.32.0 was discovered to be vulnerable to user enumeration via timeless timing attacks with HTTP/2 multiplexing. This is caused by the early return inside the hasValidCredentials method in the Illuminate\Auth\SessionGuard class when a user is found to not exist.
CVE-2022-39357 Winter is a free, open-source content management system based on the Laravel PHP framework. The Snowboard framework in versions 1.1.8, 1.1.9, and 1.2.0 is vulnerable to prototype pollution in the main Snowboard class as well as its plugin loader. The 1.0 branch of Winter is not affected, as it does not contain the Snowboard framework. This issue has been patched in v1.1.10 and v1.2.1. As a workaround, one may avoid this issue by following some common security practices for JavaScript, including implementing a content security policy and auditing scripts.
CVE-2022-38089 Stored cross-site scripting vulnerability in Exment ((PHP8) exceedone/exment v5.0.2 and earlier and exceedone/laravel-admin v3.0.0 and earlier, (PHP7) exceedone/exment v4.4.2 and earlier and exceedone/laravel-admin v2.2.2 and earlier) allows a remote authenticated attacker to inject an arbitrary script.
CVE-2022-38080 Reflected cross-site scripting vulnerability in Exment ((PHP8) exceedone/exment v5.0.2 and earlier and exceedone/laravel-admin v3.0.0 and earlier, (PHP7) exceedone/exment v4.4.2 and earlier and exceedone/laravel-admin v2.2.2 and earlier) allows a remote authenticated attacker to inject an arbitrary script.
CVE-2022-37333 SQL injection vulnerability in the Exment ((PHP8) exceedone/exment v5.0.2 and earlier and exceedone/laravel-admin v3.0.0 and earlier, (PHP7) exceedone/exment v4.4.2 and earlier and exceedone/laravel-admin v2.2.2 and earlier) allows remote authenticated attackers to execute arbitrary SQL commands.
CVE-2022-35944 October is a self-hosted Content Management System (CMS) platform based on the Laravel PHP Framework. This vulnerability only affects installations that rely on the safe mode restriction, commonly used when providing public access to the admin panel. Assuming an attacker has access to the admin panel and permission to open the "Editor" section, they can bypass the Safe Mode (`cms.safe_mode`) restriction to introduce new PHP code in a CMS template using a specially crafted request. The issue has been patched in versions 2.2.34 and 3.0.66.
CVE-2022-2886 A vulnerability, which was classified as critical, was found in Laravel 5.1. Affected is an unknown function. The manipulation leads to deserialization. It is possible to launch the attack remotely. The exploit has been disclosed to the public and may be used. The identifier of this vulnerability is VDB-206688.
CVE-2022-2870 A vulnerability was found in laravel 5.1 and classified as problematic. This issue affects some unknown processing. The manipulation leads to deserialization. The attack may be initiated remotely. The exploit has been disclosed to the public and may be used. The identifier VDB-206501 was assigned to this vulnerability.
CVE-2022-25838 Laravel Fortify before 1.11.1 allows reuse within a short time window, thus calling into question the "OT" part of the "TOTP" concept.
CVE-2022-24800 October/System is the system module for October CMS, a self-hosted CMS platform based on the Laravel PHP Framework. Prior to versions 1.0.476, 1.1.12, and 2.2.15, when the developer allows the user to specify their own filename in the `fromData` method, an unauthenticated user can perform remote code execution (RCE) by exploiting a race condition in the temporary storage directory. This vulnerability affects plugins that expose the `October\Rain\Database\Attach\File::fromData` as a public interface and does not affect vanilla installations of October CMS since this method is not exposed or used by the system internally or externally. The issue has been patched in Build 476 (v1.0.476), v1.1.12, and v2.2.15. Those who are unable to upgrade may apply with patch to their installation manually as a workaround.
CVE-2022-24784 Statamic is a Laravel and Git powered CMS. Before versions 3.2.39 and 3.3.2, it is possible to confirm a single character of a user's password hash using a specially crafted regular expression filter in the users endpoint of the REST API. Multiple such requests can eventually uncover the entire hash. The hash is not present in the response, however the presence or absence of a result confirms if the character is in the right position. The API has throttling enabled by default, making this a time intensive task. Both the REST API and the users endpoint need to be enabled, as they are disabled by default. The issue has been fixed in versions 3.2.39 and above, and 3.3.2 and above.
CVE-2022-23655 Octobercms is a self-hosted CMS platform based on the Laravel PHP Framework. Affected versions of OctoberCMS did not validate gateway server signatures. As a result non-authoritative gateway servers may be used to exfiltrate user private keys. Users are advised to upgrade their installations to build 474 or v1.1.10. The only known workaround is to manually apply the patch (e3b455ad587282f0fbcb7763c6d9c3d000ca1e6a) which adds server signature validation.
CVE-2022-21705 Octobercms is a self-hosted CMS platform based on the Laravel PHP Framework. In affected versions user input was not properly sanitized before rendering. An authenticated user with the permissions to create, modify and delete website pages can exploit this vulnerability to bypass `cms.safe_mode` / `cms.enableSafeMode` in order to execute arbitrary code. This issue only affects admin panels that rely on safe mode and restricted permissions. To exploit this vulnerability, an attacker must first have access to the backend area. The issue has been patched in Build 474 (v1.0.474) and v1.1.10. Users unable to upgrade should apply https://github.com/octobercms/library/commit/c393c5ce9ca2c5acc3ed6c9bb0dab5ffd61965fe to your installation manually.
CVE-2021-45040 The Spatie media-library-pro library through 1.17.10 and 2.x through 2.1.6 for Laravel allows remote attackers to upload executable files via the uploads route.
CVE-2021-43996 The Ignition component before 1.16.15, and 2.0.x before 2.0.6, for Laravel has a "fix variable names" feature that can lead to incorrect access control.
CVE-2021-43808 Laravel is a web application framework. Laravel prior to versions 8.75.0, 7.30.6, and 6.20.42 contain a possible cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the Blade templating engine. A broken HTML element may be clicked and the user taken to another location in their browser due to XSS. This is due to the user being able to guess the parent placeholder SHA-1 hash by trying common names of sections. If the parent template contains an exploitable HTML structure an XSS vulnerability can be exposed. This vulnerability has been patched in versions 8.75.0, 7.30.6, and 6.20.42 by determining the parent placeholder at runtime and using a random hash that is unique to each request.
CVE-2021-43617 Laravel Framework through 8.70.2 does not sufficiently block the upload of executable PHP content because Illuminate/Validation/Concerns/ValidatesAttributes.php lacks a check for .phar files, which are handled as application/x-httpd-php on systems based on Debian. NOTE: this CVE Record is for Laravel Framework, and is unrelated to any reports concerning incorrectly written user applications for image upload.
CVE-2021-4262 A vulnerability classified as critical was found in laravel-jqgrid. Affected by this vulnerability is the function getRows of the file src/Mgallegos/LaravelJqgrid/Repositories/EloquentRepositoryAbstract.php. The manipulation leads to sql injection. The name of the patch is fbc2d94f43d0dc772767a5bdb2681133036f935e. It is recommended to apply a patch to fix this issue. The associated identifier of this vulnerability is VDB-216271.
CVE-2021-41126 October is a Content Management System (CMS) and web platform built on the the Laravel PHP Framework. In affected versions administrator accounts which had previously been deleted may still be able to sign in to the backend using October CMS v2.0. The issue has been patched in v2.1.12 of the october/october package. There are no workarounds for this issue and all users should update.
CVE-2021-37333 Laravel Booking System Booking Core 2.0 is vulnerable to Session Management. A password change at sandbox.bookingcore.org/user/profile/change-password does not invalidate a session that is opened in a different browser.
CVE-2021-37331 Laravel Booking System Booking Core 2.0 is vulnerable to Incorrect Access Control. On the Verifications page, after uploading an ID Card or Trade License and viewing it, ID Cards and Trade Licenses of other vendors/users can be viewed by changing the URL.
CVE-2021-37330 Laravel Booking System Booking Core 2.0 is vulnerable to Cross Site Scripting (XSS). The Avatar upload in the My Profile section could be exploited to upload a malicious SVG file which contains Javascript. Now if another user/admin views the profile and clicks to view his avatar, an XSS will trigger.
CVE-2021-36804 Akaunting version 2.1.12 and earlier suffers from a password reset spoofing vulnerability, wherein an attacker can proxy password reset requests through a running Akaunting instance, if that attacker knows the target's e-mail address. This issue was fixed in version 2.1.13 of the product. Please note that this issue is ultimately caused by the defaults provided by the Laravel framework, specifically how proxy headers are handled with respect to multi-tenant implementations. In other words, while this is not technically a vulnerability in Laravel, this default configuration is very likely to lead to practically identical identical vulnerabilities in Laravel projects that implement multi-tenant applications.
CVE-2021-32831 Total.js framework (npm package total.js) is a framework for Node.js platfrom written in pure JavaScript similar to PHP's Laravel or Python's Django or ASP.NET MVC. In total.js framework before version 3.4.9, calling the utils.set function with user-controlled values leads to code-injection. This can cause a variety of impacts that include arbitrary code execution. This is fixed in version 3.4.9.
CVE-2021-32650 October CMS is a self-hosted content management system (CMS) platform based on the Laravel PHP Framework. Prior to versions 1.0.473 and 1.1.6, an attacker with access to the backend is able to execute PHP code by using the theme import feature. This will bypass the safe mode feature that prevents PHP execution in the CMS templates.The issue has been patched in Build 473 (v1.0.473) and v1.1.6. Those unable to upgrade may apply the patch to their installation manually as a workaround.
CVE-2021-32649 October CMS is a self-hosted content management system (CMS) platform based on the Laravel PHP Framework. Prior to versions 1.0.473 and 1.1.6, an attacker with "create, modify and delete website pages" privileges in the backend is able to execute PHP code by running specially crafted Twig code in the template markup. The issue has been patched in Build 473 (v1.0.473) and v1.1.6. Those unable to upgrade may apply the patch to their installation manually as a workaround.
CVE-2021-32648 octobercms in a CMS platform based on the Laravel PHP Framework. In affected versions of the october/system package an attacker can request an account password reset and then gain access to the account using a specially crafted request. The issue has been patched in Build 472 and v1.1.5.
CVE-2021-32645 Tenancy multi-tenant is an open source multi-domain controller for the Laravel web framework. In some situations, it is possible to have open redirects where users can be redirected from your site to any other site using a specially crafted URL. This is only the case for installations where the default Hostname Identification is used and the environment uses tenants that have `force_https` set to `true` (default: `false`). Version 5.7.2 contains the relevant patches to fix this bug. Stripping the URL from special characters to prevent specially crafted URL's from being redirected to. As a work around users can set the `force_https` to every tenant to `false`, however this may degrade connection security.
CVE-2021-3129 Ignition before 2.5.2, as used in Laravel and other products, allows unauthenticated remote attackers to execute arbitrary code because of insecure usage of file_get_contents() and file_put_contents(). This is exploitable on sites using debug mode with Laravel before 8.4.2.
CVE-2021-29487 octobercms in a CMS platform based on the Laravel PHP Framework. In affected versions of the october/system package an attacker can exploit this vulnerability to bypass authentication and takeover of and user account on an October CMS server. The vulnerability is exploitable by unauthenticated users via a specially crafted request. This only affects frontend users and the attacker must obtain a Laravel secret key for cookie encryption and signing in order to exploit this vulnerability. The issue has been patched in Build 472 and v1.1.5.
CVE-2021-28254 A deserialization vulnerability in the destruct() function of Laravel v8.5.9 allows attackers to execute arbitrary commands.
CVE-2021-23814 This affects the package unisharp/laravel-filemanager from 0.0.0. The upload() function does not sufficiently validate the file type when uploading. An attacker may be able to reproduce the following steps: - Install a package with a web Laravel application. - Navigate to the Upload window - Upload an image file, then capture the request - Edit the request contents with a malicious file (webshell) - Enter the path of file uploaded on URL - Remote Code Execution **Note: Prevention for bad extensions can be done by using a whitelist in the config file(lfm.php). Corresponding document can be found in the [here](https://unisharp.github.io/laravel-filemanager/configfolder-categories).
CVE-2021-21979 In Bitnami Containers, all Laravel container versions prior to: 6.20.0-debian-10-r107 for Laravel 6, 7.30.1-debian-10-r108 for Laravel 7 and 8.5.11-debian-10-r0 for Laravel 8, the file /tmp/app/.env is generated at the time that the docker image bitnami/laravel was built, and the value of APP_KEY is fixed under certain conditions. This value is crucial for the security of the application and must be randomly generated per Laravel installation. If your application's encryption key is in the hands of a malicious party, that party could craft cookie values using the encryption key and exploit vulnerabilities inherent to PHP object serialization / unserialization, such as calling arbitrary class methods within your application.
CVE-2021-21265 October is a free, open-source, self-hosted CMS platform based on the Laravel PHP Framework. In October before version 1.1.2, when running on poorly configured servers (i.e. the server routes any request, regardless of the HOST header to an October CMS instance) the potential exists for Host Header Poisoning attacks to succeed. This has been addressed in version 1.1.2 by adding a feature to allow a set of trusted hosts to be specified in the application. As a workaround one may set the configuration setting cms.linkPolicy to force.
CVE-2021-21264 October is a free, open-source, self-hosted CMS platform based on the Laravel PHP Framework. A bypass of CVE-2020-26231 (fixed in 1.0.470/471 and 1.1.1) was discovered that has the same impact as CVE-2020-26231 & CVE-2020-15247. An authenticated backend user with the `cms.manage_pages`, `cms.manage_layouts`, or `cms.manage_partials` permissions who would **normally** not be permitted to provide PHP code to be executed by the CMS due to `cms.enableSafeMode` being enabled is able to write specific Twig code to escape the Twig sandbox and execute arbitrary PHP. This is not a problem for anyone that trusts their users with those permissions to normally write & manage PHP within the CMS by not having `cms.enableSafeMode` enabled, but would be a problem for anyone relying on `cms.enableSafeMode` to ensure that users with those permissions in production do not have access to write & execute arbitrary PHP. Issue has been patched in Build 472 (v1.0.472) and v1.1.2. As a workaround, apply https://github.com/octobercms/october/commit/f63519ff1e8d375df30deba63156a2fc97aa9ee7 to your installation manually if unable to upgrade to Build 472 or v1.1.2.
CVE-2021-21263 Laravel is a web application framework. Versions of Laravel before 6.20.11, 7.30.2 and 8.22.1 contain a query binding exploitation. This same exploit applies to the illuminate/database package which is used by Laravel. If a request is crafted where a field that is normally a non-array value is an array, and that input is not validated or cast to its expected type before being passed to the query builder, an unexpected number of query bindings can be added to the query. In some situations, this will simply lead to no results being returned by the query builder; however, it is possible certain queries could be affected in a way that causes the query to return unexpected results.
CVE-2020-26231 October is a free, open-source, self-hosted CMS platform based on the Laravel PHP Framework. A bypass of CVE-2020-15247 (fixed in 1.0.469 and 1.1.0) was discovered that has the same impact as CVE-2020-15247. An authenticated backend user with the cms.manage_pages, cms.manage_layouts, or cms.manage_partials permissions who would normally not be permitted to provide PHP code to be executed by the CMS due to cms.enableSafeMode being enabled is able to write specific Twig code to escape the Twig sandbox and execute arbitrary PHP. This is not a problem for anyone that trusts their users with those permissions to normally write & manage PHP within the CMS by not having cms.enableSafeMode enabled, but would be a problem for anyone relying on cms.enableSafeMode to ensure that users with those permissions in production do not have access to write & execute arbitrary PHP. Issue has been patched in Build 470 (v1.0.470) and v1.1.1.
CVE-2020-24941 An issue was discovered in Laravel before 6.18.35 and 7.x before 7.24.0. The $guarded property is mishandled in some situations involving requests with JSON column nesting expressions.
CVE-2020-24940 An issue was discovered in Laravel before 6.18.34 and 7.x before 7.23.2. Unvalidated values are saved to the database in some situations in which table names are stripped during a mass assignment.
CVE-2020-23790 An Arbitrary File Upload vulnerability was discovered in the Golo Laravel theme v 1.1.5.
CVE-2020-19316 OS Command injection vulnerability in function link in Filesystem.php in Laravel Framework before 5.8.17.
CVE-2020-15249 October is a free, open-source, self-hosted CMS platform based on the Laravel PHP Framework. In October CMS from version 1.0.319 and before version 1.0.469, backend users with access to upload files were permitted to upload SVG files without any sanitization applied to the uploaded files. Since SVG files support being parsed as HTML by browsers, this means that they could theoretically upload Javascript that would be executed on a path under the website's domain (i.e. /storage/app/media/evil.svg), but they would have to convince their target to visit that location directly in the target's browser as the backend does not display SVGs inline anywhere, SVGs are only displayed as image resources in the backend and are thus unable to be executed. Issue has been patched in Build 469 (v1.0.469) & v1.1.0.
CVE-2020-15248 October is a free, open-source, self-hosted CMS platform based on the Laravel PHP Framework. In October CMS from version 1.0.319 and before version 1.0.470, backend users with the default "Publisher" system role have access to create & manage users where they can choose which role the new user has. This means that a user with "Publisher" access has the ability to escalate their access to "Developer" access. Issue has been patched in Build 470 (v1.0.470) & v1.1.1.
CVE-2020-15247 October is a free, open-source, self-hosted CMS platform based on the Laravel PHP Framework. In October CMS from version 1.0.319 and before version 1.0.469, an authenticated backend user with the cms.manage_pages, cms.manage_layouts, or cms.manage_partials permissions who would normally not be permitted to provide PHP code to be executed by the CMS due to cms.enableSafeMode being enabled is able to write specific Twig code to escape the Twig sandbox and execute arbitrary PHP. This is not a problem for anyone that trusts their users with those permissions to normally write & manage PHP within the CMS by not having cms.enableSafeMode enabled, but would be a problem for anyone relying on cms.enableSafeMode to ensure that users with those permissions in production do not have access to write & execute arbitrary PHP. Issue has been patched in Build 469 (v1.0.469) and v1.1.0.
CVE-2020-15246 October is a free, open-source, self-hosted CMS platform based on the Laravel PHP Framework. In October CMS from version 1.0.421 and before version 1.0.469, an attacker can read local files on an October CMS server via a specially crafted request. Issue has been patched in Build 469 (v1.0.469) and v1.1.0.
CVE-2020-13909 The Ignition component before 2.0.5 for Laravel mishandles globals, _get, _post, _cookie, and _env. NOTE: in the 1.x series, versions 1.16.15 and later are unaffected as a consequence of the CVE-2021-43996 fix.
CVE-2020-10963 FrozenNode Laravel-Administrator through 5.0.12 allows unrestricted file upload (and consequently Remote Code Execution) via admin/tips_image/image/file_upload image upload with PHP content within a GIF image that has the .php extension. NOTE: this product is discontinued.
CVE-2019-17494 laravel-bjyblog 6.1.1 has XSS via a crafted URL.
CVE-2019-17433 z-song laravel-admin 1.7.3 has XSS via the Slug or Name on the Roles screen, because of mishandling on the "Operation log" screen.
CVE-2019-17050 An issue was discovered in the Voyager package through 1.2.7 for Laravel. An attacker with admin privileges and Compass access can read or delete arbitrary files, such as the .env file. NOTE: a software maintainer has suggested a solution in which Compass is switched off in a production environment.
CVE-2019-15489 laracom (aka Laravel FREE E-Commerce Software) 1.4.11 has search?q= XSS.
CVE-2018-8947 rap2hpoutre Laravel Log Viewer before v0.13.0 relies on Base64 encoding for l, dl, and del requests, which makes it easier for remote attackers to bypass intended access restrictions, as demonstrated by reading arbitrary files via a dl request.
CVE-2018-6330 Laravel 5.4.15 is vulnerable to Error based SQL injection in save.php via dhx_user and dhx_version parameters.
CVE-2018-20962 The Backpack\CRUD Backpack component before 3.4.9 for Laravel allows XSS via the select field type.
CVE-2018-15133 In Laravel Framework through 5.5.40 and 5.6.x through 5.6.29, remote code execution might occur as a result of an unserialize call on a potentially untrusted X-XSRF-TOKEN value. This involves the decrypt method in Illuminate/Encryption/Encrypter.php and PendingBroadcast in gadgetchains/Laravel/RCE/3/chain.php in phpggc. The attacker must know the application key, which normally would never occur, but could happen if the attacker previously had privileged access or successfully accomplished a previous attack.
CVE-2018-10255 A CSV Injection vulnerability was discovered in clustercoding Blog Master Pro v1.0 that allows a user with low level privileges to inject a command that will be included in the exported CSV file, leading to possible code execution.
CVE-2017-9303 Laravel 5.4.x before 5.4.22 does not properly constrain the host portion of a password-reset URL, which makes it easier for remote attackers to conduct phishing attacks by specifying an attacker-controlled host.
CVE-2017-18343 ** DISPUTED ** The debug handler in Symfony before v2.7.33, 2.8.x before v2.8.26, 3.x before v3.2.13, and 3.3.x before v3.3.6 has XSS via an array key during exception pretty printing in ExceptionHandler.php, as demonstrated by a /_debugbar/open?op=get URI. NOTE: the vendor's position is that this is not a vulnerability because the debug tools are not intended for production use. NOTE: the Symfony Debug component is used by Laravel Debugbar.
CVE-2017-16894 In Laravel framework through 5.5.21, remote attackers can obtain sensitive information (such as externally usable passwords) via a direct request for the /.env URI. NOTE: this CVE is only about Laravel framework's writeNewEnvironmentFileWith function in src/Illuminate/Foundation/Console/KeyGenerateCommand.php, which uses file_put_contents without restricting the .env permissions. The .env filename is not used exclusively by Laravel framework.
CVE-2017-14775 Laravel before 5.5.10 mishandles the remember_me token verification process because DatabaseUserProvider does not have constant-time token comparison.
CVE-2017-14704 Multiple unrestricted file upload vulnerabilities in the (1) imageSubmit and (2) proof_submit functions in Claydip Laravel Airbnb Clone 1.0 allow remote authenticated users to execute arbitrary code by uploading a file with an executable extension, then accessing it via a direct request to the file in images/profile.
CVE-2015-5613 Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in October CMS build 271 and earlier allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via vectors involving a file title, a different vulnerability than CVE-2015-5612.
CVE-2015-5612 Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in October CMS build 271 and earlier allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via the caption tag of a profile image.
  
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