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Total 13 CVE
CVE Vendors Products Updated CVSS v2 CVSS v3
CVE-2022-29238 1 Jupyter 1 Notebook 2022-06-24 4.0 MEDIUM 4.3 MEDIUM
Jupyter Notebook is a web-based notebook environment for interactive computing. Prior to version 6.4.12, authenticated requests to the notebook server with `ContentsManager.allow_hidden = False` only prevented listing the contents of hidden directories, not accessing individual hidden files or files in hidden directories (i.e. hidden files were 'hidden' but not 'inaccessible'). This could lead to notebook configurations allowing authenticated access to files that may reasonably be expected to be disallowed. Because fully authenticated requests are required, this is of relatively low impact. But if a server's root directory contains sensitive files whose only protection from the server is being hidden (e.g. `~/.ssh` while serving $HOME), then any authenticated requests could access files if their names are guessable. Such contexts also necessarily have full access to the server and therefore execution permissions, which also generally grants access to all the same files. So this does not generally result in any privilege escalation or increase in information access, only an additional, unintended means by which the files could be accessed. Version 6.4.12 contains a patch for this issue. There are currently no known workarounds.
CVE-2022-24758 1 Jupyter 1 Notebook 2022-04-08 5.0 MEDIUM 7.5 HIGH
The Jupyter notebook is a web-based notebook environment for interactive computing. Prior to version 6.4.9, unauthorized actors can access sensitive information from server logs. Anytime a 5xx error is triggered, the auth cookie and other header values are recorded in Jupyter server logs by default. Considering these logs do not require root access, an attacker can monitor these logs, steal sensitive auth/cookie information, and gain access to the Jupyter server. Jupyter notebook version 6.4.x contains a patch for this issue. There are currently no known workarounds.
CVE-2021-32798 1 Jupyter 1 Notebook 2021-08-17 6.8 MEDIUM 9.6 CRITICAL
The Jupyter notebook is a web-based notebook environment for interactive computing. In affected versions untrusted notebook can execute code on load. Jupyter Notebook uses a deprecated version of Google Caja to sanitize user inputs. A public Caja bypass can be used to trigger an XSS when a victim opens a malicious ipynb document in Jupyter Notebook. The XSS allows an attacker to execute arbitrary code on the victim computer using Jupyter APIs.
CVE-2020-26215 2 Debian, Jupyter 2 Debian Linux, Notebook 2020-12-03 5.8 MEDIUM 6.1 MEDIUM
Jupyter Notebook before version 6.1.5 has an Open redirect vulnerability. A maliciously crafted link to a notebook server could redirect the browser to a different website. All notebook servers are technically affected, however, these maliciously crafted links can only be reasonably made for known notebook server hosts. A link to your notebook server may appear safe, but ultimately redirect to a spoofed server on the public internet. The issue is patched in version 6.1.5.
CVE-2018-19351 1 Jupyter 1 Notebook 2020-11-18 4.3 MEDIUM 6.1 MEDIUM
Jupyter Notebook before 5.7.1 allows XSS via an untrusted notebook because nbconvert responses are considered to have the same origin as the notebook server. In other words, nbconvert endpoints can execute JavaScript with access to the server API. In notebook/nbconvert/, NbconvertFileHandler and NbconvertPostHandler do not set a Content Security Policy to prevent this.
CVE-2018-21030 1 Jupyter 1 Notebook 2020-11-18 5.0 MEDIUM 5.3 MEDIUM
Jupyter Notebook before 5.5.0 does not use a CSP header to treat served files as belonging to a separate origin. Thus, for example, an XSS payload can be placed in an SVG document.
CVE-2018-8768 1 Jupyter 1 Notebook 2020-11-18 6.8 MEDIUM 7.8 HIGH
In Jupyter Notebook before 5.4.1, a maliciously forged notebook file can bypass sanitization to execute JavaScript in the notebook context. Specifically, invalid HTML is 'fixed' by jQuery after sanitization, making it dangerous.
CVE-2019-10255 1 Jupyter 2 Jupyterhub, Notebook 2019-04-11 5.8 MEDIUM 6.1 MEDIUM
An Open Redirect vulnerability for all browsers in Jupyter Notebook before 5.7.7 and some browsers (Chrome, Firefox) in JupyterHub before 0.9.5 allows crafted links to the login page, which will redirect to a malicious site after successful login. Servers running on a base_url prefix are not affected.
CVE-2019-9644 1 Jupyter 1 Notebook 2019-04-11 4.3 MEDIUM 5.4 MEDIUM
An XSSI (cross-site inclusion) vulnerability in Jupyter Notebook before 5.7.6 allows inclusion of resources on malicious pages when visited by users who are authenticated with a Jupyter server. Access to the content of resources has been demonstrated with Internet Explorer through capturing of error messages, though not reproduced with other browsers. This occurs because Internet Explorer's error messages can include the content of any invalid JavaScript that was encountered.
CVE-2019-10856 1 Jupyter 1 Notebook 2019-04-05 5.8 MEDIUM 6.1 MEDIUM
In Jupyter Notebook before 5.7.8, an open redirect can occur via an empty netloc. This issue exists because of an incomplete fix for CVE-2019-10255.
CVE-2018-19352 1 Jupyter 1 Notebook 2018-12-17 4.3 MEDIUM 6.1 MEDIUM
Jupyter Notebook before 5.7.2 allows XSS via a crafted directory name because notebook/static/tree/js/notebooklist.js handles certain URLs unsafely.
CVE-2015-6938 4 Fedoraproject, Ipython, Jupyter and 1 more 4 Fedora, Notebook, Notebook and 1 more 2018-10-30 4.3 MEDIUM N/A
Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the file browser in notebook/ in IPython Notebook before 3.2.2 and Jupyter Notebook 4.0.x before 4.0.5 allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via a folder name. NOTE: this was originally reported as a cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability, but this may be inaccurate.
CVE-2015-7337 2 Ipython, Jupyter 2 Notebook, Notebook 2016-12-07 6.8 MEDIUM N/A
The editor in IPython Notebook before 3.2.2 and Jupyter Notebook 4.0.x before 4.0.5 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary JavaScript code via a crafted file, which triggers a redirect to files/, related to MIME types.