JsonWebToken Library Remote Code Execution vulnerability (CVE-2022-23529)

A high-severity remote code execution vulnerability has been discovered in the JsonWebToken (JWT) open-source encryption project. Tracked as CVE-2022-23529, an attacker can exploit this vulnerability to gain remote code execution on the target server verifying a maliciously crafted JSON web token (JWT) request.     Artur Oleyarsh, Security Researcher at Unit42, has mentioned in his blog, … Continue reading “JsonWebToken Library Remote Code Execution vulnerability (CVE-2022-23529)”

CouchDB Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

CouchDB is an open source non-SQL database designed for easy data replication. It uses Couch replication protocol to implement its replication functionality. CouchDB is implemented in Erlang. Two vulnerabilities CVE-2017-12635, CVE-2017-12636 were reported in CouchDB, they can exploited by attackers to achieve remote code execution with admin privileges. CVE-2017-12635: Elevation of privilege The vulnerability allows non-admin users … Continue reading “CouchDB Remote Code Execution Vulnerability”