CVE-2020-36126

Pax Technology PAXSTORE v7.0.8_20200511171508 and lower is affected by incorrect access control that can lead to remote privilege escalation. PAXSTORE marketplace endpoints allow an authenticated user to read and write data not owned by them, including third-party users, application and payment terminals, where an attacker can impersonate any user which may lead to the unauthorized disclosure, modification, or destruction of information.

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CVE-2020-36128

Pax Technology PAXSTORE v7.0.8_20200511171508 and lower is affected by a token spoofing vulnerability. Each payment terminal has a session token (called X-Terminal-Token) to access the marketplace. This allows the store to identify the terminal and make available the applications distributed by its reseller. By intercepting HTTPS traffic from the application store, it is possible to collect the request responsible for assigning the X-Terminal-Token to the terminal, which makes it possible to craft an X-Terminal-Token pretending to be another device. An attacker can use this behavior to authenticate its own payment terminal in the application store through token impersonation.

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CVE-2021-21289

Mechanize is an open-source ruby library that makes automated web interaction easy. In Mechanize from version 2.0.0 and before version 2.7.7 there is a command injection vulnerability. Affected versions of mechanize allow for OS commands to be injected using several classes’ methods which implicitly use Ruby’s Kernel.open method. Exploitation is possible only if untrusted input is used as a local filename and passed to any of these calls: Mechanize::CookieJar#load, Mechanize::CookieJar#save_as, Mechanize#download, Mechanize::Download#save, Mechanize::File#save, and Mechanize::FileResponse#read_body. This is fixed in version 2.7.7.

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