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Microsoft Dynamic V10.0 SP4 X86 Full Version [VERIFIED]



  • For targets that produce DWARF debugging information GCC now defaults to DWARF version 5 (with the exception of VxWorks and Darwin/Mac OS X which default to version 2 and AIX which defaults to version 4). This can produce up to 25% more compact debug information compared to earlier versions. To take full advantage of DWARF version 5 GCC needs to be built against binutils version 2.35.2 or higher. When GCC is built against earlier versions of binutils GCC will still emit DWARF version 5 for most debuginfo data, but will generate version 4 debug line tables (even when explicitly given -gdwarf-5). The following debug information consumers can process DWARF version 5: GDB 8.0, or highervalgrind 3.17.0elfutils 0.172, or higher (for use with systemtap, dwarves/pahole, perf and libabigail)dwz 0.14 Programs embedding libbacktrace are urged to upgrade to the version shipping with GCC 11. To make GCC 11 generate an older DWARF version use -g together with -gdwarf-2, -gdwarf-3 or -gdwarf-4.

  • Vectorizer improvements: The straight-line code vectorizer now considers the whole function when vectorizing and can handle opportunities crossing CFG merges and backedges.

  • A series of conditional expressions that compare the same variable can be transformed into a switch statement if each of them contains a comparison expression. Example: int IsHTMLWhitespace(int aChar) This statement can be transformed into a switch statement and then expanded into a bit-test.

  • New command-line options: -fbit-tests, enabled by default, can be used to enable or disable switch expansion using bit-tests.

  • Inter-procedural optimization improvements: A new IPA-modref pass was added to track side effects of function calls and improve precision of points-to-analysis. The pass can be controlled by the -fipa-modref option.

  • The identical code folding pass (controlled by -fipa-icf) was significantly improved to increase the number of unified functions and to reduce compile-time memory use.

  • IPA-CP (Interprocedural constant propagation) heuristics improved its estimation of potential usefulness of known loop bounds and strides by taking the estimated frequency of these loops into account.

  • Link-time optimization improvements: The LTO bytecode format was optimized for smaller object files and faster streaming.

  • Memory allocation of the linking stage was improved to reduce peak memory use.

  • Profile driven optimization improvements: Using -fprofile-values,was improved by tracking more target values for e.g. indirect calls.

  • GCOV data file format outputs smaller files by representing zero counters in a more compact way.

  • New Languages and Language specific improvements GCC 11 adds support for non-rectangular loop nests in OpenMP constructs and the allocator routines of OpenMP 5.0, including initial allocate clause support in C/C++. The OMP_TARGET_OFFLOAD environment variable and the active-levels routines are now supported. For C/C++, the declare variant and map support has been extended. For Fortran, OpenMP 4.5 is now fully supported and OpenMP 5.0 support has been extended, including the following features which were before only available in C and C++: order(concurrent), device_type, memorder-clauses for flush, lastprivate with conditional modifier, atomic construct and reduction clause extensions of OpenMP 5.0, if clause with simd and cancel modifiers, target data without map clause, and limited support for the requires construct.

  • Version 2.6 of the OpenACC specification continues to be maintained and improved in the C, C++ and Fortran compilers. See the implementation status section on the OpenACC wiki page and the run-time library documentation for further information.

  • C family New attributes: The no_stack_protectorattribute has been added to mark functions which should not be instrumented with stack protection (-fstack-protector).

  • The existing malloc attribute has been extended so that it can be used to identify allocator/deallocator API pairs. A pair of new -Wmismatched-dealloc and -Wmismatched-new-delete warnings will complain about mismatched calls, and -Wfree-nonheap-object about deallocation calls with pointers not obtained from allocation functions. Additionally, the static analyzer will use these attributes when checking for leaks, double-frees, use-after-frees, and similar issues.

  • New warnings: -Wmismatched-dealloc,enabled by default, warns about calls to deallocation functionswith pointers returned from mismatched allocation functions.

  • -Wsizeof-array-div, enabled by -Wall, warns about divisions of two sizeof operators when the first one is applied to an array and the divisor does not equal the size of the array element.

  • -Wstringop-overread,enabled by default, warns about calls to string functions readingpast the end of the arrays passed to them as arguments. In priorGCC releases most instances of his warning are diagnosed by-Wstringop-overflow.

  • -Wtsan,enabled by default, warns about unsupported features in ThreadSanitizer(currently std::atomic_thread_fence).

  • Enhancements to existing warnings: -Wfree-nonheap-objectdetects many more instances of calls to deallocation functions withpointers not returned from a dynamic memory allocation function.

  • -Wmaybe-uninitializeddiagnoses passing pointers or references to uninitialized memoryto functions taking const-qualified arguments.

  • -Wuninitializeddetects reads from uninitialized dynamically allocated memory.

For ELF targets that support the GNU or FreeBSD OSABIs, the used attribute will now save the symbol declaration it is applied to from linker garbage collection.




Microsoft Dynamic V10.0 SP4 X86 Full Version


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A vulnerability was found in curl. This issue occurs due to an erroneous function. A malicious server could make curl within network security services (nss) get stuck in a never-ending busy loop when trying to retrieve that information. This flaw allows an infinite loop, affecting system availability. (( CVE-2022-27781) a vulnerability was found in curl. The issue can occur when curl's hsts check is bypassed to trick it to keep using http. Using its hsts support, curl can be instructed to use https instead of an insecure clear-text http step even when providing http in the url. Suppose the hostname in the given url first uses idn characters that get replaced with ascii counterparts as part of the idn conversion. In that case, it can bypass the hsts mechanism using the character utf-8 u+3002 (ideographic full stop) instead of the common ascii full stop (u+002e). Then in a subsequent request, it does not detect the hsts state and makes a clear text transfer. Because it would store the information, idn encoded but looked for it as idn decoded. (( CVE-2022-43551) a vulnerability was found in curl. In this issue, curl can be asked to tunnel all protocols virtually it supports through an http proxy. Http proxies can deny these tunnel operations using an appropriate http error response code. When getting denied to tunnel the specific smb or telnet protocols, curl can use a heap-allocated struct after it has been freed and shut down the code path in its transfer. (( CVE-2022-43552)


  • Affected Versions:Veritas NetBackup v10.0.0.0 and earlier.QID Detection Logic (Authenticated):Operating Systems: WindowsThe QID checks for the File Version of nbutil.exe ConsequenceAn attacker can comprise the Veritas NetBackup via SQL Injection. SolutionThe vendor has issued a fix for these vulnerabilities. Please refer to the vendor advisory VTS22-011 which addresses this issue.Patches VTS22-011

CVE-2023-23969QID: 691049Free Berkeley Software Distribution (FreeBSD) Security Update for django (c49a880d-a5bb-11ed-aab5-080027de9982)SeverityCritical4Recently PublishedQualys ID691049Date PublishedFebruary 7, 2023Vendor Referencec49a880d-a5bb-11ed-aab5-080027de9982CVE ReferenceCVE-2023-23969CVSS ScoresBase 8.6 / Temporal 7.5DescriptionFreeBSD has released a security update for django to fix the vulnerabilities.ConsequenceSuccessful exploitation of this vulnerability could lead to a security breach or could affect integrity, availability, and confidentiality.SolutionRefer to FreeBSD security advisory c49a880d-a5bb-11ed-aab5-080027de9982 for updates and patch information.Patches "FreeBSD" c49a880d-a5bb-11ed-aab5-080027de9982CVE-2023-22374QID: 377959F5 BIG-IP IControl SOAP Vulnerability CVE-2023-22374 (K35253541)SeverityCritical4Recently PublishedQualys ID377959Date PublishedFebruary 7, 2023Vendor ReferenceK000130415CVE ReferenceCVE-2023-22374CVSS ScoresBase 8.6 / Temporal 7.5DescriptionBIG-IP has released a security update for BIG-IP to fix the vulnerabilities.Vulnerable Component: Affected Versions:17.0.016.1.0 - 16.1.315.1.0 - 15.1.814.1.0 - 14.1.513.1.5QID Detection Logic(Authenticated):This QID checks for the vulnerable versions of F5 BIG-IP devices using the tmsh command.ConsequenceThis vulnerability may allow an authenticated attacker with network access to iControl SOAP through the BIG-IP management port and/or self IP addresses to cause a denial-of-service (DoS) on the iControl SOAP CGI process or potentially execute arbitrary system commandsSolutionPlease refer to K000130415 for more information. Workaround:If you follow best practices in securing access to the management interface and self IP addresses of BIG-IP systems, you help to minimize the attack surface.Impact of procedure: Blocking iControl SOAP IP addresses will prevent adding new devices to a device trust. Log in to the TMOS Shell (tmsh) by entering the following command:tmshRemove all IP addresses or ranges of IP addresses from the list of allowed addresses by entering the following command:modify /sys icontrol-soap allow replace-all-with Save the change by entering the following command:save /sys configFor more information about limiting access to trusted users, refer to K17459: Restricting access to the iControl SOAP API by source IP address.Patches K000130415CVE-2021-40406QID: 591333Reolink RLC-410W cgiserver.cgi session creation denial of service (DoS) Vulnerability (TALOS-2021-1423)SeverityCritical4Under InvestigationQualys ID591333Vendor ReferenceTALOS-2021-1423CVE ReferenceCVE-2021-40406CVSS ScoresBase 7.5 / Temporal 6.9DescriptionAFFECTED PRODUCTSReolink RLC-410W: v3.0.0.136_20121102QID Detection Logic:This QID checks for the Vulnerable version of Reolink RLC-410W using passive scanning.ConsequenceA denial of service vulnerability exists in the cgiserver.cgi session creation functionality of reolink RLC-410W v3.0.0.136_20121102. A specially-crafted HTTP request can lead to prevent users from logging in. An attacker can send an HTTP request to trigger this vulnerability.SolutionCustomers are advised to refer to CERT MITIGATIONS section TALOS-2021-1423 for affected packages and patching details.CVE-2021-40423QID: 591332Reolink RLC-410W cgiserver.cgi command parser denial of service (DoS) Vulnerability (TALOS-2021-1432)SeverityCritical4Under InvestigationQualys ID591332Vendor ReferenceTALOS-2021-1432CVE ReferenceCVE-2021-40423CVSS ScoresBase 7.5 / Temporal 7.1DescriptionAFFECTED PRODUCTSReolink RLC-410W: v3.0.0.136_20121102QID Detection Logic:This QID checks for the Vulnerable version of Reolink RLC-410W using passive scanning.ConsequenceA denial of service vulnerability exists in the cgiserver.cgi API command parser functionality of reolink RLC-410W v3.0.0.136_20121102. A specially-crafted series of HTTP requests can lead to denial of service. An attacker can send an HTTP request to trigger this vulnerability.SolutionCustomers are advised to refer to CERT MITIGATIONS section TALOS-2021-1432 for affected packages and patching details.CVE-2022-3736+QID: 283685Fedora Security Update for bind (FEDORA-2023-a3d608daf4)SeverityCritical4Recently PublishedQualys ID283685Date PublishedFebruary 7, 2023Vendor ReferenceFEDORA-2023-a3d608daf4CVE ReferenceCVE-2022-3736, CVE-2022-3094, CVE-2022-3924CVSS ScoresBase 7.5 / Temporal 6.5DescriptionFedora has released a security update for bind to fix the vulnerabilities.Affected OS:Fedora 36ConsequenceMalicious users could use this vulnerability to change partial contents or configuration on the system. Additionally this vulnerability can also be used to cause a limited denial of service in the form of interruptions in resource availability.SolutionRefer to Fedora security advisory Fedora 36 for updates and patch information.Patches Fedora 36 FEDORA-2023-a3d608daf4CVE-2023-20076QID: 317287Cisco IOx Application Hosting Environment Command Injection Vulnerability (cisco-sa-iox-8whGn5dL)SeverityCritical4In DevelopmentQualys ID317287Vendor Referencecisco-sa-iox-8whGn5dLCVE ReferenceCVE-2023-20076CVSS ScoresBase 7.2 / Temporal 6.3DescriptionA vulnerability in the Cisco IOx application hosting environment could allow an authenticated, remote attacker to execute arbitrary commands as root on the underlying host operating system.Affected ProductsThis vulnerability affects Cisco devices that are running Cisco IOS XE Software if they have the Cisco IOx feature enabled and they do not support native docker.800 Series Industrial ISRsCGR1000 Compute ModulesIC3000 Industrial Compute Gateways (releases 1.2.1 and later run native docker)IR510 WPAN Industrial Routers QID Detection Logic (Authenticated):The check matches Cisco IOS XE version retrieved via Unix Auth using "show version" command. QID Detection Logic (Unauthenticated):The check matches Cisco IOS XE version retrieved via SNMP or TCP/IP Fingerprint or NTP or Telnet. Note: This QID does not check for IC3000 Industrial Compute Gateways and IR510 WPAN Industrial Routers.ConsequenceA successful exploit could allow the attacker to execute arbitrary commands as root on the underlying host operating system.SolutionCustomers are advised to refer to cisco-sa-iox-8whGn5dL for more information.Patches cisco-sa-iox-8whGn5dLCVE-2022-45789QID: 591331Schneider Electric Modicon M340, M580 CPU and M580 CPU Safety Authentication Bypass Vulnerability (SEVD-2023-010-06)SeveritySerious3Under InvestigationQualys ID591331Vendor ReferenceSEVD-2023-010-06CVE ReferenceCVE-2022-45789CVSS ScoresBase 8.1 / Temporal 7.2DescriptionAFFECTED PRODUCTSModicon M340 CPU (part numbers BMXP34*): All VersionsModicon M580 CPU (part numbers BMEP* and BMEH*): All VersionsModicon M580 CPU Safety (part numbers BMEP58*S and BMEH58*S): All VersionsQID Detection Logic:This QID checks for the Vulnerable version of Schneider Electric Modicon M340, M580 CPU and M580 CPU Safety using passive scanning.ConsequenceSuccessful exploitation of these vulnerabilities may risk unauthorized access to your PLC, which could result in the possibility of denial of service and loss of confidentiality, integrity of the controller. SolutionCustomers are advised to refer to Schneider Electric MITIGATIONS section SEVD-2023-010-06 for affected packages and patching details.CVE-2022-22483QID: 20323IBM DB2 Information Disclosure Vulnerability (6618779)SeveritySerious3In DevelopmentQualys ID20323Vendor Reference6618779CVE ReferenceCVE-2022-22483CVSS ScoresBase 6.5 / Temporal 5.7DescriptionIBM Db2 may be vulnerable to an information disclosure in some scenarios due to unauthorized access caused by improper privilege management when CREATE OR REPLACE command is used.Affected Versions:IBM DB2 up to V9.7 FP11IBM DB2 up to V10.1 FP6IBM DB2 up to V10.5 FP11IBM DB2 up to V11.1 FP 7IBM DB2 up to 11.5 FP8QID Detection Logic:Authenticated (DB2):This QID queries the DB2 server to get the server version and fix pack level and checks to see if it's vulnerable.Authenticated (Windows):This QID checks for vulnerable versions of DB2 on windows OSConsequenceSuccessful exploitation could lead to leakage of sensitive information SolutionPlease refer to the following links 6618779Patches 6618779CVE-2022-31697+QID: 216307VMware vCenter Server 7.0 Update 7.0 U3i (VMSA-2022-0030)SeveritySerious3Recently PublishedQualys ID216307Date PublishedFebruary 7, 2023Vendor ReferenceVMSA-2022-0030CVE ReferenceCVE-2022-31697, CVE-2022-31698CVSS ScoresBase 5.5 / Temporal 4.8DescriptionVMware vCenter Server is a server management solution that helps IT admins manage virtualized hosts and virtual machines in enterprise environments via a single console.Affected Versions: VMware vCenter Server Virtual Appliance 6.7 prior to build 20845200QID Detection Logic (Unauthenticated):This QID checks for vulnerable versions of VMware vCenter Server with build version using web service present on the target. ConsequenceA malicious actor with access to a workstation that invoked a vCenter Server Appliance ISO operation (Install/Upgrade/Migrate/Restore) can access plaintext passwords used during that operation.SolutionRefer to VMware advisory VMSA-2022-0030 for more information.Patches VMSA-2022-0030CVE-2023-23608QID: 691050Free Berkeley Software Distribution (FreeBSD) Security Update for spotipy (c3fb48cc-a2ff-11ed-8fbc-6cf0490a8c18)SeverityMedium2Recently PublishedQualys ID691050Date PublishedFebruary 7, 2023Vendor Referencec3fb48cc-a2ff-11ed-8fbc-6cf0490a8c18CVE ReferenceCVE-2023-23608CVSS ScoresBase 4.3 / Temporal 3.8DescriptionFreeBSD has released a security update for spotipy to fix the vulnerabilities.ConsequenceSuccessful exploitation of this vulnerability could lead to a security breach or could affect integrity, availability, and confidentiality.SolutionRefer to FreeBSD security advisory c3fb48cc-a2ff-11ed-8fbc-6cf0490a8c18 for updates and patch information.Patches "FreeBSD" c3fb48cc-a2ff-11ed-8fbc-6cf0490a8c18CVE-2022-31257QID: 591328Siemens Mendix Improper Access Control Vulnerability (SSA-433782)SeverityCritical4Recently PublishedQualys ID591328Date PublishedFebruary 7, 2023Vendor ReferenceSSA-43378CVE ReferenceCVE-2022-31257CVSS ScoresBase 7.5 / Temporal 6.5DescriptionAn improper access control vulnerability in Mendix applications was discovered.In case of access to an active user session, the vulnerability could allow changing that user password bypassing password validations within a Mendix application.AFFECTED PRODUCTSThe following versions of Mendix, a software platform to build mobile and web applications, are affected:Mendix applications using Mendix 7: All versions prior to 7.23.31Mendix applications using Mendix 8: All versions prior to 8.18.18Mendix applications using Mendix 9: All versions prior to 9.14.0Mendix applications using Mendix 9 (v9.6): All versions prior to 9.6.12Mendix applications using Mendix 9 (v9.12): All versions prior to 9.12.2QID Detection Logic (Authenticated):QID checks for the Vulnerable version of Siemens using registry "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Siemens"ConsequenceOn Successful exploitation, the vulnerability could allow changing that user password by bypassing password validations within a Mendix application.SolutionCustomers are advised to refer to CERT MITIGATIONS section SSA-43378 for affected packages and patching details.Patches SSA-43378CVE-2023-24038QID: 181539Debian Security Update for libhtml-stripscripts-perl (DSA 5339-1)SeverityCritical4Recently PublishedQualys ID181539Date PublishedFebruary 6, 2023Vendor ReferenceDSA 5339-1CVE ReferenceCVE-2023-24038CVSS ScoresBase 7.5 / Temporal 6.5DescriptionDebian has released a security update for libhtml-stripscripts-perl to fix the vulnerabilities.ConsequenceSuccessful exploitation of this vulnerability could


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