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In 2022 there have been 0 vulnerabilities in Cliproject Cli . Cli did not have any published security vulnerabilities last year.

Year Vulnerabilities Average Score
2022 0 0.00
2021 0 0.00
2020 1 4.40
2019 3 7.03
2018 0 0.00

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Recent Cliproject Cli Security Vulnerabilities

Versions of the npm CLI prior to 6.14.6 are vulnerable to an information exposure vulnerability through log files

CVE-2020-15095 4.4 - Medium - July 07, 2020

Versions of the npm CLI prior to 6.14.6 are vulnerable to an information exposure vulnerability through log files. The CLI supports URLs like "<protocol>://[<user>[:<password>]@]<hostname>[:<port>][:][/]<path>". The password value is not redacted and is printed to stdout and also to any generated log files.

Insertion of Sensitive Information into Log File

Versions of the npm CLI prior to 6.13.3 are vulnerable to an Arbitrary File Write

CVE-2019-16775 6.5 - Medium - December 13, 2019

Versions of the npm CLI prior to 6.13.3 are vulnerable to an Arbitrary File Write. It is possible for packages to create symlinks to files outside of thenode_modules folder through the bin field upon installation. A properly constructed entry in the package.json bin field would allow a package publisher to create a symlink pointing to arbitrary files on a user's system when the package is installed. This behavior is still possible through install scripts. This vulnerability bypasses a user using the --ignore-scripts install option.

Symlink following

Versions of the npm CLI prior to 6.13.3 are vulnerable to an Arbitrary File Write

CVE-2019-16776 8.1 - High - December 13, 2019

Versions of the npm CLI prior to 6.13.3 are vulnerable to an Arbitrary File Write. It fails to prevent access to folders outside of the intended node_modules folder through the bin field. A properly constructed entry in the package.json bin field would allow a package publisher to modify and/or gain access to arbitrary files on a user's system when the package is installed. This behavior is still possible through install scripts. This vulnerability bypasses a user using the --ignore-scripts install option.

Improper Input Validation

Versions of the npm CLI prior to 6.13.4 are vulnerable to an Arbitrary File Overwrite

CVE-2019-16777 6.5 - Medium - December 13, 2019

Versions of the npm CLI prior to 6.13.4 are vulnerable to an Arbitrary File Overwrite. It fails to prevent existing globally-installed binaries to be overwritten by other package installations. For example, if a package was installed globally and created a serve binary, any subsequent installs of packages that also create a serve binary would overwrite the previous serve binary. This behavior is still allowed in local installations and also through install scripts. This vulnerability bypasses a user using the --ignore-scripts install option.

Improper Input Validation

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