The combination of various cryptographic issues in the session management of FortiMail 6.4.0 through 6.4.4 and 6.2.0 through 6.2.6, including the encryption construction of the session cookie, may allow a remote attacker already in possession of a cookie to possibly reveal and alter or forge its content, thereby escalating privileges.
An improper neutralization of special elements used in an OS Command vulnerability in the administrative interface of FortiMail before 6.4.4 may allow an authenticated attacker to execute unauthorized commands via specifically crafted HTTP requests.
A missing release of memory after its effective lifetime vulnerability in the Webmail of FortiMail 6.4.0 through 6.4.4 and 6.2.0 through 6.2.6 may allow an unauthenticated remote attacker to exhaust available memory via specifically crafted login requests.
Multiple Path traversal vulnerabilities in the Webmail of FortiMail before 6.4.4 may allow a regular user to obtain unauthorized access to files and data via specifically crafted web requests.
Multiple instances of incorrect calculation of buffer size in the Webmail and Administrative interface of FortiMail before 6.4.5 may allow an authenticated attacker with regular webmail access to trigger a buffer overflow and to possibly execute unauthorized code or commands via specifically crafted HTTP requests.
Multiple improper neutralization of special elements of SQL commands vulnerabilities in FortiMail before 6.4.4 may allow a non-authenticated attacker to execute unauthorized code or commands via specifically crafted HTTP requests.
Missing cryptographic steps in the Identity-Based Encryption service of FortiMail before 7.0.0 may allow an attacker who comes in possession of the encrypted master keys to compromise their confidentiality by observing a few invariant properties of the ciphertext.
A missing cryptographic step in the Identity-Based Encryption service of FortiMail before 7.0.0 may allow an unauthenticated attacker who intercepts the encrypted messages to manipulate them in such a way that makes the tampering and the recovery of the plaintexts possible.
A missing cryptographic step in the implementation of the hash digest algorithm in FortiMail 6.4.0 through 6.4.4, and 6.2.0 through 6.2.7 may allow an unauthenticated attacker to tamper with signed URLs by appending further data which allows bypass of signature verification.
An improper authentication vulnerability in FortiMail 5.4.10, 6.0.7, 6.2.2 and earlier and FortiVoiceEntreprise 6.0.0 and 6.0.1 may allow a remote unauthenticated attacker to access the system as a legitimate user by requesting a password change via the user interface.
An improper access control vulnerability in FortiMail admin webUI 6.2.0, 6.0.0 to 6.0.6, 5.4.10 and below may allow administrators to perform system backup config download they should not be authorized for.
An improper access control vulnerability in FortiMail admin webUI 6.2.0, 6.0.0 to 6.0.6, 5.4.10 and below may allow administrators to access web console they should not be authorized for.