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Revision:  529248
Date:      2020-03-27
Time:      13:48:12Z
Committer: wen

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273c6c43-e3ad-11e9-8af7-08002720423dmongodb -- Our init scripts check /proc/[pid]/stat should validate that `(${procname})` is the process' command name.

Sicheng Liu of Beijing DBSEC Technology Co., Ltd reports:

Incorrect scoping of kill operations in MongoDB Server's packaged SysV init scripts allow users with write access to the PID file to insert arbitrary PIDs to be killed when the root user stops the MongoDB process via SysV init.


Discovery 2019-08-06
Entry 2019-09-30
mongodb34
lt 3.4.22

mongodb36
lt 3.6.14

mongodb40
lt 4.0.11

CVE-2019-2389
https://jira.mongodb.org/browse/SERVER-40563
fd2e0ca8-e3ae-11e9-8af7-08002720423dmongodb -- Bump Windows package dependencies

Rich Mirch reports:

An unprivileged user or program on Microsoft Windows which can create OpenSSL configuration files in a fixed location may cause utility programs shipped with MongoDB server versions less than 4.0.11, 3.6.14, and 3.4.22 to run attacker defined code as the user running the utility.


Discovery 2019-08-06
Entry 2019-09-30
mongodb34
lt 3.4.22

mongodb36
lt 3.6.14

mongodb40
lt 4.0.11

CVE-2019-2390
https://jira.mongodb.org/browse/SERVER-42233
880bca8f-e201-11e9-8af7-08002720423dmongodb -- Attach IDs to users

Mitch Wasson of Cisco's Advanced Malware Protection Group reports:

After user deletion in MongoDB Server the improper invalidation of authorization sessions allows an authenticated user's session to persist and become conflated with new accounts, if those accounts reuse the names of deleted ones.


Discovery 2019-08-06
Entry 2019-09-28
mongodb34
lt 3.4.22

mongodb36
lt 3.6.13

mongodb40
lt 4.0.9

CVE-2019-2386
https://jira.mongodb.org/browse/SERVER-38984