4 issues skipped by the security teams:
- CVE-2017-9268: In the open build service before 201707022 the wipetrigger and rebuild actions checked the wrong project for permissions, allowing authenticated users to cause operations on projects where they did not have permissions leading to denial of service (resource consumption).
- CVE-2018-7689: Lack of permission checks in the InitializeDevelPackage function in openSUSE Open Build Service before 2.9.3 allowed authenticated users to modify packages where they do not have write permissions.
- CVE-2018-7688: A missing permission check in the review handling of openSUSE Open Build Service before 2.9.3 allowed all authenticated users to modify sources in projects where they do not have write permissions.
- CVE-2017-5188: The bs_worker code in open build service before 20170320 followed relative symlinks, allowing reading of files outside of the package source directory during build, allowing leakage of private information.