When GNOME Dia before 2019-11-27 is launched with a filename argument that is not a valid codepoint in the current encoding, it enters an endless loop, thus endlessly writing text to stdout. If this launch is from a thumbnailer service, this output will usually be written to disk via the system's logging facility (potentially with elevated privileges), thus filling up the disk and eventually rendering the system unusable. (The filename can be for a nonexistent file.) NOTE: this does not affect an upstream…
A command injection can occur for specially crafted PDF files in Foxit Reader SDK (ActiveX) Professional 18.104.22.1681 when using the Open File action on a Field. An attacker can leverage this to gain remote code execution.
SQL injection exists in the jdownloads 3.2.63 component for Joomla! via com_jdownloads/helpers/jdownloadshelper.php, updateLog function via the X-forwarded-for Header parameter.
An information disclosure vulnerability exists when the Windows GDI component improperly discloses the contents of its memory, aka 'Windows GDI Information Disclosure Vulnerability'. This CVE ID is unique from CVE-2019-0977, CVE-2019-1009, CVE-2019-1010, CVE-2019-1011, CVE-2019-1012, CVE-2019-1013, CVE-2019-1015, CVE-2019-1016, CVE-2019-1046, CVE-2019-1047, CVE-2019-1048, CVE-2019-1049, CVE-2019-1050.