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Revision:  452465
Date:      2017-10-19
Time:      19:59:15Z
Committer: swills

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e308c61a-2060-11e5-a4a5-002590263bf5ansible -- multiple vulnerabilities

Ansible, Inc. reports:

Arbitrary execution from data from compromised remote hosts or local data when using a legacy Ansible syntax - resolved in Ansible 1.7

ansible-galaxy command when used on local tarballs (and not can install a malformed tarball if so provided - resolved in Ansible 1.7

Discovery 2014-08-06
Entry 2015-07-02
lt 1.7
2c493ac8-205e-11e5-a4a5-002590263bf5ansible -- remote code execution vulnerability

Ansible, Inc. reports:

Incomplete Fix Remote Code Execution Vulnerability - Fixed in Ansible 1.6.4

Discovery 2014-06-25
Entry 2015-07-02
lt 1.6.4

72fccfdf-2061-11e5-a4a5-002590263bf5ansible -- multiple vulnerabilities

Ansible, Inc. reports:

Ensure that hostnames match certificate names when using HTTPS - resolved in Ansible 1.9.2

Improper symlink handling in zone, jail, and chroot connection plugins could lead to escape from confined environment - resolved in Ansible 1.9.2

Discovery 2015-06-25
Entry 2015-07-02
Modified 2015-08-18
lt 1.9.2

478d4102-2319-4026-b3b2-a57c48f159acansible -- information disclosure flaw

ansible developers report:

Ansible versions 2.2.3 and earlier are vulnerable to an information disclosure flaw due to the interaction of call back plugins and the no_log directive where the information may not be sanitized properly.

Discovery 2017-07-21
Entry 2017-09-25
le 2.2.3
9dae9d62-205f-11e5-a4a5-002590263bf5ansible -- code execution from compromised remote host data or untrusted local data

Ansible, Inc. reports:

Arbitrary execution from data from compromised remote hosts or untrusted local data - resolved in Ansible 1.6.7

Discovery 2014-07-21
Entry 2015-07-02
lt 1.6.7

15a04b9f-47cb-11e7-a853-001fbc0f280fansible -- Input validation flaw in jinja2 templating system

RedHat security team reports:

An input validation flaw was found in Ansible, where it fails to properly mark lookup-plugin results as unsafe. If an attacker could control the results of lookup() calls, they could inject Unicode strings to be parsed by the jinja2 templating system, result in code execution.

Discovery 2017-05-09
Entry 2017-06-02
lt 2.3.1