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**tERMINAL** v2

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The **tERMINAL** interprets instructions given through a command line interface simulator. If you want anything from it you will need to type it down. You can start by accessing the help section. To do this type 'man' and then hit Enter/Return. The app is not a real terminal so don't expect to run commands like "chmod" or "rm -Rf" ... instead you can try the yoda or the do --harlemshake commands :).


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The current command sent to the tERMINAL is: "security vulnerabilities time line"
Response:

Date Description Resource
2021-10-01 Multiple unspecified vulnerabilities in Joomla! before 1.0.11 allow attackers to bypass user authentication via unknown vectors involving the (1) do_pdf command and the (2) emailform com_content task. Read More
2021-10-01 The PharStreamWrapper (aka phar-stream-wrapper) package 2.x before 2.1.1 and 3.x before 3.1.1 for TYPO3 does not prevent directory traversal, which allows attackers to bypass a deserialization protection mechanism, as demonstrated by a phar:///path/bad.phar/../good.phar URL. Read More
2021-10-01 Session fixation vulnerability in Joomla! before 1.0.13 (aka Sunglow) allows remote attackers to hijack administrative web sessions via unspecified vectors. Read More
2021-10-01 Unspecified vulnerability in PEAR.php in Joomla! before 1.0.11 allows remote attackers to perform "remote execution," related to "Injection Flaws." Read More
2021-10-01 Joomla! before 1.0.11 omits some checks for whether _VALID_MOS is defined, which allows attackers to have an unknown impact, possibly resulting in PHP remote file inclusion. Read More
2021-10-01 The PharStreamWrapper (aka phar-stream-wrapper) package 2.x before 2.1.1 and 3.x before 3.1.1 for TYPO3 does not prevent directory traversal, which allows attackers to bypass a deserialization protection mechanism, as demonstrated by a phar:///path/bad.phar/../good.phar URL. Read More
2021-09-30 The isMail transport in PHPMailer before 5.2.20 might allow remote attackers to pass extra parameters to the mail command and consequently execute arbitrary code by leveraging improper interaction between the escapeshellarg function and internal escaping performed in the mail function in PHP. NOTE: this vulnerability exists because of an incorrect fix for CVE-2016-10033. Read More
2021-09-30 The _httpsrequest function (Snoopy/Snoopy.class.php) in Snoopy 1.2.3 and earlier, as used in (1) ampache, (2) libphp-snoopy, (3) mahara, (4) mediamate, (5) opendb, (6) pixelpost, and possibly other products, allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary commands via shell metacharacters in https URLs. Read More
2021-09-30 The mailSend function in the isMail transport in PHPMailer before 5.2.18 might allow remote attackers to pass extra parameters to the mail command and consequently execute arbitrary code via a \" (backslash double quote) in a crafted Sender property. Read More
2021-09-29 The expandArguments function in the database abstraction API in Drupal core 7.x before 7.32 does not properly construct prepared statements, which allows remote attackers to conduct SQL injection attacks via an array containing crafted keys. Read More
2021-09-29 In Symfony before 2.7.51, 2.8.x before 2.8.50, 3.x before 3.4.26, 4.x before 4.1.12, and 4.2.x before 4.2.7, when service ids allow user input, this could allow for SQL Injection and remote code execution. This is related to symfony/dependency-injection. Read More
2021-07-22 In PHP versions 7.1.x below 7.1.33, 7.2.x below 7.2.24 and 7.3.x below 7.3.11 in certain configurations of FPM setup it is possible to cause FPM module to write past allocated buffers into the space reserved for FCGI protocol data, thus opening the possibility of remote code execution. Read More
2021-07-21 An issue was discovered in the EXIF component in PHP before 7.1.27, 7.2.x before 7.2.16, and 7.3.x before 7.3.3. There is an uninitialized read in exif_process_IFD_in_TIFF. Read More
2021-07-21 WordPress before 5.5.2 allows attackers to gain privileges via XML-RPC. Read More
2021-07-21 is_blog_installed in wp-includes/functions.php in WordPress before 5.5.2 improperly determines whether WordPress is already installed, which might allow an attacker to perform a new installation, leading to remote code execution (as well as a denial of service for the old installation). Read More
2021-07-21 An issue was discovered in PHP 7.3.x before 7.3.1. An invalid multibyte string supplied as an argument to the mb_split() function in ext/mbstring/php_mbregex.c can cause PHP to execute memcpy() with a negative argument, which could read and write past buffers allocated for the data. Read More
2021-05-14 Arbitrary PHP code execution vulnerability in Drupal Core under certain circumstances. An attacker could trick an administrator into visiting a malicious site that could result in creating a carefully named directory on the file system. With this directory in place, an attacker could attempt to brute force a remote code execution vulnerability. Windows servers are most likely to be affected. This issue affects: Drupal Drupal Core 8.8.x versions prior to 8.8.8; 8.9.x versions prior to 8.9.1; 9.0.1 versions prior to 9.0.1. Read More
2021-05-14 Access bypass vulnerability in Drupal Core allows JSON:API when JSON:API is in read/write mode. Only sites that have the read_only set to FALSE under jsonapi.settings config are vulnerable. This issue affects: Drupal Drupal Core 8.8.x versions prior to 8.8.8; 8.9.x versions prior to 8.9.1; 9.0.x versions prior to 9.0.1. Read More
2021-03-29 The perl extension in PHP does not follow safe_mode restrictions, which allows context-dependent attackers to execute arbitrary code via the Perl eval function. NOTE: this might only be a vulnerability in limited environments. Read More
2020-12-08 PHP 4.x to 4.3.9, and PHP 5.x to 5.0.2, when running in safe mode on a multithreaded Unix webserver, allows local users to bypass safe_mode_exec_dir restrictions and execute commands outside of the intended safe_mode_exec_dir via shell metacharacters in the current directory name. NOTE: this issue was originally REJECTed by its CNA before publication, but that decision is in active dispute. This candidate may change significantly in the future as a result of further discussion. Read More