The DefaultOSWorkflowConfigurator class in Jira Server and Jira Data Center before version 8.18.1 allows remote attackers who can trick a system administrator to import their malicious workflow to execute arbitrary code via a Remote Code Execution (RCE) vulnerability. The vulnerability allowed for various problematic OSWorkflow classes to be used as part of workflows. The fix for this issue blocks usage of unsafe conditions, validators, functions and registers that are build-in into OSWorkflow library and other Jira dependencies. Atlassian-made functions or functions provided by 3rd party plugins are not affected by this fix.
An issue was discovered in Comelit "App lejos de casa (web)" 2.8.0. It allows privilege escalation via modified domus and logged fields, related to js/bridge.min.js and login.json. For example, an attacker can achieve high privileges (installer or administrator) for the graphical interface via a 1C000000000S value for domus, in conjunction with a zero value for logged.
Replicated Classic 2.x versions have an improperly secured API that exposes sensitive data from the Replicated Admin Console configuration. An attacker with network access to the Admin Console port (8800) on the Replicated Classic server could retrieve the TLS Keypair (Cert and Key) used to configure the Admin Console.