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The maketemp.pl script in Usermin 1.070 and 1.080 allows local users to overwrite arbitrary files at install time via a symlink attack on the /tmp/.usermin directory....
Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the web mail module for Usermin 1.070 allows remote attackers to insert arbitrary HTML and script via e-mail messages....
Webmin before 1.296 and Usermin before 1.226 do not properly handle a URL with a null ("%00") character, which allows remote attackers to conduct cross-site scripting (XSS), read CGI program source code, list directories, and possibly execute programs....
Usermin before 1.220 (20060629) allows remote attackers to read arbitrary files, possibly related to chfn/save.cgi not properly handling an empty shell parameter, which results in changing root's shell instead of the shell of a specified user....
Usermin before 1.600 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary operating-system commands via unspecified vectors related to a user action....
Unknown vulnerability in (1) Webmin and (2) Usermin before 1.200 causes Webmin to change permissions and ownership of configuration files, with unknown impact....
(1) Webmin 0.96 and (2) Usermin 0.90 with password timeouts enabled allow local and possibly remote attackers to bypass authentication and gain privileges via certain control characters in the authentication information, which can force Webmin or Usermin to accept arbitrary...
The web mail functionality in Usermin 1.x and Webmin 1.x allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary commands via shell metacharacters in an e-mail message....
Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in Webmin before 1.500 and Usermin before 1.430 allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via unspecified vectors....
miniserv.pl in Webmin before 1.230 and Usermin before 1.160, when "full PAM conversations" is enabled, allows remote attackers to bypass authentication by spoofing session IDs via certain metacharacters (line feed or carriage return)....