In Libreswan before 3.28, an assertion failure can lead to a pluto IKE daemon restart. An attacker can trigger a NULL pointer dereference by sending two IKEv2 packets (init_IKE and delete_IKE) in 3des_cbc mode to a Libreswan server. This affects send_v2N_spi_response_from_state in programs/pluto/ikev2_send.c when built with Network Security Services (NSS).
An out-of-bounds buffer read flaw was found in the pluto daemon of libreswan from versions 3.27 till 3.31 where, an unauthenticated attacker could use this flaw to crash libreswan by sending specially-crafted IKEv1 Informational Exchange packets. The daemon respawns after the crash.
Directory traversal vulnerability in Trend Micro Control Manager 6.0 allows remote code execution by attackers able to drop arbitrary files in a web-facing directory. Formerly ZDI-CAN-4684.