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CVE-2022-37144 The PlexTrac platform prior to API version 1.17.0 does not restrict excessive MFA TOTP submission attempts. An unauthenticated remote attacker in possession of a valid username and password can bruteforce their way past MFA protections to login as the targeted user.
CVE-2022-36071 SFTPGo is configurable SFTP server with optional HTTP/S, FTP/S and WebDAV support. SFTPGo WebAdmin and WebClient support login using TOTP (Time-based One Time Passwords) as a secondary authentication factor. Because TOTPs are often configured on mobile devices that can be lost, stolen or damaged, SFTPGo also supports recovery codes. These are a set of one time use codes that can be used instead of the TOTP. In SFTPGo versions from version 2.2.0 to 2.3.3 recovery codes can be generated before enabling two-factor authentication. An attacker who knows the user's password could potentially generate some recovery codes and then bypass two-factor authentication after it is enabled on the account at a later time. This issue has been fixed in version 2.3.4. Recovery codes can now only be generated after enabling two-factor authentication and are deleted after disabling it.
CVE-2022-29185 totp-rs is a Rust library that permits the creation of 2FA authentification tokens per time-based one-time password (TOTP). Prior to version 1.1.0, token comparison was not constant time, and could theorically be used to guess value of an TOTP token, and thus reuse it in the same time window. The attacker would have to know the password beforehand nonetheless. Starting with patched version 1.1.0, the library uses constant-time comparison. There are currently no known workarounds.
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-2021-45331 An Authentication Bypass vulnerability exists in Gitea before 1.5.0, which could let a malicious user gain privileges. If captured, the TOTP code for the 2FA can be submitted correctly more than once.
CVE-2021-32033 Protectimus SLIM NFC 70 10.01 devices allow a Time Traveler attack in which attackers can predict TOTP passwords in certain situations. The time value used by the device can be set independently from the used seed value for generating time-based one-time passwords, without authentication. Thus, an attacker with short-time physical access to a device can set the internal real-time clock (RTC) to the future, generate one-time passwords, and reset the clock to the current time. This allows the generation of valid future time-based one-time passwords without having further access to the hardware token.
CVE-2021-29041 Denial-of-service (DoS) vulnerability in the Multi-Factor Authentication module in Liferay DXP 7.3 before fix pack 1 allows remote authenticated attackers to prevent any user from authenticating by (1) enabling Time-based One-time password (TOTP) on behalf of the other user or (2) modifying the other user's TOTP shared secret.
CVE-2021-25918 In OpenEMR, versions 5.0.2 to 6.0.0 are vulnerable to Stored Cross-Site-Scripting (XSS) due to user input not being validated properly and rendered in the TOTP Authentication method page. A highly privileged attacker could inject arbitrary code into input fields when creating a new user.
CVE-2021-25266 An insecure data storage vulnerability allows a physical attacker with root privileges to retrieve TOTP secret keys from unlocked phones in Sophos Authenticator for Android version 3.4 and older, and Intercept X for Mobile (Android) before version 9.7.3495.
CVE-2020-8206 An improper authentication vulnerability exists in Pulse Connect Secure <9.1RB that allows an attacker with a users primary credentials to bypass the Google TOTP.
CVE-2019-19687 OpenStack Keystone 15.0.0 and 16.0.0 is affected by Data Leakage in the list credentials API. Any user with a role on a project is able to list any credentials with the /v3/credentials API when enforce_scope is false. Users with a role on a project are able to view any other users' credentials, which could (for example) leak sign-on information for Time-based One Time Passwords (TOTP). Deployments with enforce_scope set to false are affected. (There will be a slight performance impact for the list credentials API once this issue is fixed.)
CVE-2018-6011 The time-based one-time-password (TOTP) function in the application logic of the Green Electronics RainMachine Mini-8 (2nd generation) uses the administrator's password hash to generate a 6-digit temporary passcode that can be used for remote and local access, aka a "Use of Password Hash Instead of Password for Authentication" issue. This is exploitable by an attacker who discovers a hash value in the rainmachine-settings.sqlite file.
CVE-2015-7225 Tinfoil Devise-two-factor before 2.0.0 does not strictly follow section 5.2 of RFC 6238 and does not "burn" a successfully validated one-time password (aka OTP), which allows remote or physically proximate attackers with a target user's login credentials to log in as said user by obtaining the OTP through performing a man-in-the-middle attack between the provider and verifier, or shoulder surfing, and replaying the OTP in the current time-step.
  
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