django-nopassword before 5.0.0 stores cleartext secrets in the database.
SQL injection vulnerability in the administrative backend in Piwigo through 2.9.1 allows remote users to execute arbitrary SQL commands via the cat_false or cat_true parameter in the comments or status page to cat_options.php.
An issue was discovered in WildFly 10.1.2.Final. It is possible for an attacker to access the administration panel on TCP port 9990 without any authentication using "anonymous" access that is automatically created. Once logged in, a misconfiguration present by default (auto-deployment) permits an anonymous user to deploy a malicious .war file, leading to remote code execution.
massif is a Phantomjs fork massif downloads resources over HTTP, which leaves it vulnerable to MITM attacks. It may be possible to cause remote code execution (RCE) by swapping out the requested resources with an attacker controlled copy if the attacker is on the network or positioned in between the user and the remote server.