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CVE-2016-6824 (Candidate)
Huawei AC6003, AC6005, AC6605, and ACU2 access controllers with software before V200R006C10SPC200 allows remote authenticated users to cause a denial of service (device restart) via crafted CAPWAP packets.
Created on 2016-08-24 and modified on 2016-09-24.

CVE-2016-6525 (Candidate)
Heap-based buffer overflow in the pdf_load_mesh_params function in pdf/pdf-shade.c in MuPDF allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) or execute arbitrary code via a large decode array.
Created on 2016-08-06 and modified on 2016-09-24.

CVE-2016-6669 (Candidate)
Buffer overflow in the Authentication, Authorization and Accounting (AAA) module in Huawei USG2100, USG2200, USG5100, and USG5500 unified security gateways with software before V300R001C10SPC600 allows remote authenticated RADIUS servers to execute arbitrary code by sending a crafted EAP packet.
Created on 2016-08-12 and modified on 2016-09-24.

CVE-2016-6322 (Candidate)
Red Hat QuickStart Cloud Installer (QCI) uses world-readable permissions for /etc/qci/answers, which allows local users to obtain the root password for the deployed system by reading the file.
Created on 2016-07-28 and modified on 2016-09-24.

CVE-2016-6340 (Candidate)
The kickstart file in Red Hat QuickStart Cloud Installer (QCI) forces use of MD5 passwords on deployed systems, which makes it easier for attackers to determine cleartext passwords via a brute-force attack.
Created on 2016-07-28 and modified on 2016-09-24.

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