Tavis Ormandy discovered that nss, the Mozilla Network Security Service library, is prone to a heap overflow flaw when verifying DSA or RSA-PPS signatures, which could result in denial of service or potentially the execution of arbitrary code.
Andrew Bartlett discovered that Samba, a SMB/CIFS file, print, and login server for Unix, may map domain users to local users in an undesired way. This could allow a user in an AD domain to potentially become root on domain members.
It was discovered that roundcube, a skinnable AJAX based webmail solution for IMAP servers, did not properly sanitize requests and mail messages. This would allow an attacker to perform Cross-Side Scripting (XSS) or SQL injection attacks.
Multiple security vulnerabilities have been discovered in Salt, a powerful remote execution manager, that allow for local privilege escalation on a minion, server side template injection attacks, insufficient checks for eauth credentials, shell and command injections or incorrect validation of SSL
Apache Santuario - XML Security for Java is vulnerable to an issue where the "secureValidation" property is not passed correctly when creating a KeyInfo from a KeyInfoReference element. This allows an attacker to abuse an XPath Transform to extract any local .xml files in a RetrievalMethod element.
Apache Tomcat, the servlet and JSP engine, did not properly release an HTTP upgrade connection for WebSocket connections once the WebSocket connection was closed. This created a memory leak that, over time, could lead to a denial of service via an OutOfMemoryError.