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Spree Commerce 1.0.x through 1.3.2 allows remote authenticated administrators to instantiate arbitrary Ruby objects and execute arbitrary commands via the (1) payment_method parameter to core/app/controllers/spree/admin/payment_methods_controller.rb; and the (2) promotion_action...
app/models/spree/user.rb in spree_auth_devise in Spree 1.1.x before 1.1.6, 1.2.x, and 1.3.x does not perform mass assignment safely when updating a user, which allows remote authenticated users to assign arbitrary roles to themselves....
The session cookie store implementation in Spree 0.2.0 uses a hardcoded config.action_controller_session hash value (aka secret key), which makes it easier for remote attackers to bypass cryptographic protection mechanisms by leveraging an application that contains this value...
Spree 0.2.0 does not properly restrict the use of a hash to provide values for a model's attributes, which allows remote attackers to set the Order state value and bypass the intended payment step via a modified URL, related to a "mass assignment" vulnerability....
NULL pointer dereference