deeply is vulnerable to Prototype Pollution in versions before 3.1.0. The function assign-deep could be tricked into adding or modifying properties of Object.prototype using using a _proto_ payload.
XnView Classic for Windows Version 2.40 allows attackers to execute arbitrary code or cause a denial of service via a crafted .rle file, related to a "User Mode Write AV near NULL starting at ntdll_77df0000!RtlEnterCriticalSection+0x0000000000000012."
An issue was discovered on D-Link DSL-3782 EU 1.01 devices. An authenticated user can pass a long buffer as a 'staticGet' parameter to the '/userfs/bin/tcapi' binary (in the Diagnostics component) using the 'staticGet <node_name attr>' function and cause memory corruption. Furthermore, it is possible to redirect the flow of the program and execute arbitrary code.
In Hazelcast before 3.11, the cluster join procedure is vulnerable to remote code execution via Java deserialization. If an attacker can reach a listening Hazelcast instance with a crafted JoinRequest, and vulnerable classes exist in the classpath, the attacker can run arbitrary code.