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CVE-2022-33991
PUBLISHED: 2022-08-15
dproxy-nexgen (aka dproxy nexgen) forwards and caches DNS queries with the CD (aka checking disabled) bit set to 1. This leads to disabling of DNSSEC protection provided by upstream resolvers.
CVE-2022-33989
PUBLISHED: 2022-08-15
dproxy-nexgen (aka dproxy nexgen) uses a static UDP source port (selected randomly only at boot time) in upstream queries sent to DNS resolvers. This allows DNS cache poisoning because there is not enough entropy to prevent traffic injection attacks.
CVE-2022-33990
PUBLISHED: 2022-08-15
Misinterpretation of special domain name characters in dproxy-nexgen (aka dproxy nexgen) leads to cache poisoning because domain names and their associated IP addresses are cached in their misinterpreted form.
CVE-2022-33988
PUBLISHED: 2022-08-15
dproxy-nexgen (aka dproxy nexgen) re-uses the DNS transaction id (TXID) value from client queries, which allows attackers (able to send queries to the resolver) to conduct DNS cache-poisoning attacks because the TXID value is known to the attacker.
CVE-2022-36262
PUBLISHED: 2022-08-15
An issue was discovered in taocms 3.0.2. in the website settings that allows arbitrary php code to be injected by modifying config.php.