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NameDescriptionCVE-2021-44037Team Password Manager (aka TeamPasswordManager) before 10.135.236 allows password-reset poisoning. CVE-2021-44036Team Password Manager (aka TeamPasswordManager) before 10.135.236 has a CSRF vulnerability during import. CVE-2021-43575** DISPUTED ** KNX ETS6 through 6.0.0 uses the hard-coded password ETS5Password, with a salt value of Ivan Medvedev, allowing local users to read project information, a similar issue to CVE-2021-36799. NOTE: The vendor disputes this because it is not the responsibility of the ETS to securely store cryptographic key material when it is not being exported. CVE-2021-43332In GNU Mailman before 2.1.36, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, the CSRF token for the Cgi/admindb.py admindb page contains an encrypted version of the list admin password, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. This could potentially be cracked by a moderator via an offline brute-force attack. CVE-2021-42955Zoho Remote Access Plus Server Windows Desktop binary fixed in version 10.1.2132 is affected by an unauthorized password reset vulnerability. Because of the designed password reset mechanism, any non-admin Windows user can reset the password of the Remote Access Plus Server Admin account. CVE-2021-42954Zoho Remote Access Plus Server Windows Desktop Binary fixed from 10.1.2121.1 is affected by incorrect access control. The installation directory is vulnerable to weak file permissions by allowing full control for Windows Everyone user group (non-admin or any guest users), 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, thereby allowing privilege escalation, unauthorized password reset, stealing of sensitive data, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, access to credentials in plaintext, access to registry values, tampering with configuration files, etc. CVE-2021-42837An issue was discovered in Talend Data Catalog before 7.3-20210930. After setting up SAML/OAuth, authentication is not correctly enforced on the native login page. Any valid user from the SAML/OAuth provider can be used as the username with an arbitrary password, and login will succeed. CVE-2021-42536The affected product is vulnerable to a disclosure of peer username and password by allowing all users access to read global variables, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. CVE-2021-42370A password mismanagement situation exists in XoruX LPAR2RRD and STOR2RRD before 7.30 because cleartext information is present in HTML password input fields in the device properties. (Viewing the passwords requires configuring a web browser to display HTML password input fields.) CVE-2021-42337The permission control of AIFU cashier management salary query function can be bypassed, thus after obtaining general user&#8217;s permission, the remote attacker can access account information except passwords by crafting URL parameters, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. CVE-2021-42336The learning history page of the Easytest is vulnerable by permission bypass. After obtaining a user&#8217;s permission, remote attackers can access other users&#8217; and administrator&#8217;s account information except password by crafting URL parameters. CVE-2021-42096GNU Mailman before 2.1.35 may allow remote Privilege Escalation. A certain csrf_token value is derived from the admin password, and may be useful in conducting a brute-force attack against that password. CVE-2021-41972Apache Superset up to and including 1.3.1 allowed for database connections password leak for authenticated users. This information could be accessed in a non-trivial way. CVE-2021-41795The Safari app extension bundled with 1Password for Mac 7.7.0 through 7.8.x before 7.8.7 is vulnerable to authorization bypass. By targeting a vulnerable component of this extension, a malicious web page could read a subset of 1Password vault items that would normally be fillable by the user on that web page. These items are usernames and passwords for vault items associated with its domain, usernames and passwords without a domain association, credit cards, and contact items. (1Password must be unlocked for these items to be accessible, but no further user interaction is required.) CVE-2021-41586In Gradle Enterprise before 2021.1.3, an attacker with the ability to perform SSRF attacks can potentially reset the system user password. CVE-2021-41511The username and password field of login in Lodging Reservation Management System V1 can give access to any user by using SQL injection to bypass authentication. CVE-2021-41322Poly VVX 400/410 5.3.1 allows low-privileged users to change the Admin password by modifying a POST parameter to 120 during the password reset process. CVE-2021-41314Certain NETGEAR smart switches are affected by a \n injection in the web UI's password field, which - due to several faulty aspects of the authentication scheme - allows the attacker to create (or overwrite) a file with specific content (e.g., the "2" string). This leads to admin session crafting and therefore gaining full web UI admin privileges by an unauthenticated attacker. This affects GC108P before 1.0.8.2, GC108PP before 1.0.8.2, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, GS108Tv3 before 7.0.7.2, GS110TPP before 7.0.7.2, GS110TPv3 before 7.0.7.2, GS110TUP before 1.0.5.3, GS308T before 1.0.3.2, GS310TP before 1.0.3.2, GS710TUP before 1.0.5.3, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, GS716TP before 1.0.4.2, GS716TPP before 1.0.4.2, GS724TPP before 2.0.6.3, GS724TPv2 before 2.0.6.3, GS728TPPv2 before 6.0.8.2, GS728TPv2 before 6.0.8.2, GS750E before 1.0.1.10, GS752TPP before 6.0.8.2, GS752TPv2 before 6.0.8.2, MS510TXM before 1.0.4.2, and MS510TXUP before 1.0.4.2. CVE-2021-41302ECOA BAS controller stores sensitive data (backup exports) in clear-text, thus the unauthenticated attacker can remotely query user password and obtain user&#8217;s privilege. CVE-2021-41300ECOA BAS controller&#8217;s special page displays user account and passwords in plain text, thus unauthenticated attackers can access the page and obtain privilege with 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen functionality. CVE-2021-41296ECOA BAS controller uses weak set of default administrative credentials that can be easily guessed in remote password attacks and gain full control of the system. CVE-2021-41286Omikron MultiCash Desktop 4.00.008.SP5 relies on a client-side 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen mechanism. When a user logs into the application, the validity of the password is checked locally. All communication to the database backend is made via the same technical account. Consequently, an attacker can attach a debugger to the process or create a patch that manipulates the behavior of the login function. When the function always returns the success value (corresponding to a 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen password), an attacker can login with any desired account, such as the administrative account of the application. CVE-2021-41194FirstUseAuthenticator is a JupyterHub authenticator that helps new users set their password on their first login to JupyterHub. When JupyterHub is used with FirstUseAuthenticator, a vulnerability in versions prior to 1.0.0 allows unauthorized access to any user's account if `create_users=True` and the username is known or guessed. One may upgrade to version 1.0.0 or apply a patch manually to mitigate the vulnerability. For those who cannot upgrade, there is no complete workaround, but a partial mitigation exists. One can disable user creation with `c.FirstUseAuthenticator.create_users = False`, which will only allow login with fully 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen usernames for already existing users prior to jupyterhub-firstuserauthenticator 1.0.0. If any users have never logged in with their normalized username (i.e. lowercase), they will still be vulnerable until a patch or upgrade occurs. CVE-2021-41171eLabFTW is an open source electronic lab notebook manager for research teams. In versions of eLabFTW before 4.1.0, it allows attackers to bypass a brute-force protection mechanism by using many different forged PHPSESSID values in HTTP Cookie header. This issue has been addressed by implementing brute force login protection, as recommended by Owasp with Device Cookies. This mechanism will not impact users and will effectively thwart any brute-force attempts at guessing passwords. The only correct way to address this is to upgrade to version 4.1.0. Adding rate limitation upstream of the eLabFTW service is of course a valid option, with or without upgrading. CVE-2021-41158FreeSWITCH is a Software Defined Telecom Stack enabling the digital transformation from proprietary telecom switches to a software implementation that runs on any commodity hardware. Prior to version 1.10.7, an attacker can perform a SIP digest leak attack against FreeSWITCH and receive the challenge response of a gateway configured on the FreeSWITCH server. This is done by challenging FreeSWITCH's SIP requests with the realm set to that of the gateway, thus forcing FreeSWITCH to respond with the challenge response which is based on the password of that targeted gateway. Abuse of this vulnerability allows attackers to potentially recover gateway passwords by performing a fast offline password cracking attack on the challenge response. The attacker does not require special network privileges, such as the ability to sniff the FreeSWITCH's network traffic, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, to exploit this issue. Instead, what is required for this attack to work is the ability to cause the victim server to send SIP request messages to the malicious party. Additionally, to exploit this issue, the attacker needs to specify the correct realm which might in some cases be 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen secret. However, because many gateways are actually public, this information can easily be retrieved. The vulnerability appears to be due to the code which handles challenges in `sofia_reg.c`, `sofia_reg_handle_sip_r_challenge()` which does not check if the challenge is originating from the actual gateway. The lack of these checks allows arbitrary UACs (and gateways) to challenge any request sent by FreeSWITCH with the realm of the gateway being targeted, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. This issue is patched in version 10.10.7. Maintainers recommend that one should create an association between a SIP session for each gateway and its realm to make a check be put into place for this association when responding to challenges. CVE-2021-41104ESPHome is a system to control the ESP8266/ESP32. Anyone with web_server enabled and HTTP basic auth configured on version 2021.9.1 or older is vulnerable to an issue in which `web_server` allows over-the-air (OTA) updates without checking user defined basic auth username & password. This issue is patched in version 2021.9.2, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. As a workaround, one may disable or remove `web_server`. CVE-2021-41100Wire-server is the backing server for the open 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen wire secure messaging application. In affected versions it is possible to trigger email address change of a user with only the short-lived session token in the `Authorization` header. As the short-lived token is only meant as means of authentication by the client for less critical requests to the backend, the ability to 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen the email address with a short-lived token constitutes a privilege escalation attack. Since the attacker can change the password after setting the email address to one that they control, changing the email address can result in an account takeover by the attacker. Short-lived tokens can be requested from the backend by Wire clients using the long lived tokens, after which the long lived tokens can be stored securely, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, for example on the devices key chain. The short lived tokens can then be used to 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen the client towards the backend for frequently performed actions such as sending and receiving messages. While short-lived tokens should not be available to an attacker per-se, they are used more often and in the shape of an HTTP header, increasing the risk of exposure to an attacker relative to the long-lived tokens, which are stored and transmitted in cookies. If you are running 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen on-prem instance and provision all users with SCIM, you are not affected by this issue (changing email is blocked for SCIM users). SAML single-sign-on is unaffected by this issue, and behaves identically before and after this update. The reason is that the email address used as SAML NameID is stored in a different location in the databse from the one used to contact the user outside wire. Version 2021-08-16 and later provide a new end-point that requires both the long-lived client cookie and `Authorization` header. The old end-point has been removed. If you are running an on-prem instance with at least some of the users invited or provisioned via SAML SSO and you cannot update then you can block `/self/email` on nginz (or in any other proxies or firewalls you may have set up). You don't need to discriminate by verb: `/self/email` only accepts `PUT` and `DELETE`, and `DELETE` is almost never used. CVE-2021-41083Dada Mail is a web-based e-mail list management system. In affected versions a bad actor could give someone a carefully crafted web page via email, SMS, etc, that - when visited, allows them control of the list control panel as if the bad actor was logged in themselves. This includes changing any mailing list password, as well as the Dada Mail Root Password - which could effectively shut out actual list owners of the mailing list and allow the bad actor complete and unfettered control of your mailing list. This vulnerability also affects profile logins. For this vulnerability to work, the target of the bad actor would need to be logged into the list control panel themselves. This CSRF vulnerability in Dada Mail affects all versions of Dada Mail v11.15.1 and below. Although we know of no known CSRF exploits that have happened in the wild, this vulnerability has been confirmed by our testing, and by a third party. Users are advised to update to version 11.16.0. CVE-2021-41023A unprotected storage of credentials in Fortinet FortiSIEM Windows Agent version 4.1.4 and below allows an authenticated user to disclosure agent password due to plaintext credential storage in log files CVE-2021-40889CMSUno version 1.7.2 is affected by a PHP code execution vulnerability. sauvePass action in {webroot}/uno/central.php file calls to file_put_contents() function to write username in password.php file when a user successfully changed their password. The attacker can inject malicious PHP code into password.php and then use the login function to execute code. CVE-2021-40866Certain NETGEAR smart switches are affected by a remote admin password change by an unauthenticated attacker via the (disabled by default) /sqfs/bin/sccd daemon, which fails to check authentication when the authentication TLV is missing from a received NSDP packet. This affects GC108P before 1.0.8.2, GC108PP before 1.0.8.2, GS108Tv3 before 7.0.7.2, GS110TPP before 7.0.7.2, GS110TPv3 before 7.0.7.2, GS110TUP before 1.0.5.3, GS308T before 1.0.3.2, GS310TP before 1.0.3.2, GS710TUP before 1.0.5.3, GS716TP before 1.0.4.2, GS716TPP before 1.0.4.2, GS724TPP before 2.0.6.3, GS724TPv2 before 2.0.6.3, GS728TPPv2 before 6.0.8.2, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, GS728TPv2 before 6.0.8.2, GS750E before 1.0.1.10, GS752TPP before 6.0.8.2, GS752TPv2 before 6.0.8.2, MS510TXM before 1.0.4.2, and MS510TXUP before 1.0.4.2. CVE-2021-40825nLight ECLYPSE (nECY) system Controllers running software prior to 1.17.21245.754 contain a default key vulnerability. The nECY does not force a change 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen the key upon the initial configuration of an affected device, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. nECY system controllers utilize an encrypted channel to secure SensorViewTM configuration and monitoring software and nECY to nECY communications. Impacted devices are at risk of exploitation. A remote attacker with IP access to an impacted device could submit lighting control commands to the nECY by leveraging the default key. A successful attack may result in the attacker gaining the ability to modify lighting conditions or gain the ability to update the software on lighting devices. The impacted key is referred to as the SensorView Password in the nECY nLight Explorer Interface and the Gateway Password in the SensorView application. An attacker cannot authenticate to or modify the configuration or software of the nECY system controller. CVE-2021-40655An informtion disclosure issue exists in D-LINK-DIR-605 B2 Firmware Version : 2.01MT. An attacker can obtain a user name and password by forging a post request to the / getcfg.php page CVE-2021-40654An information disclosure issue exist in D-LINK-DIR-615 B2 2.01mt. An attacker can obtain a user name and password by forging a post request to the / getcfg.php page CVE-2021-40503An information disclosure vulnerability exists in SAP GUI for Windows - versions < 7.60 PL13, 7.70 PL4, which allows an attacker with sufficient privileges on the local client-side 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen to obtain an equivalent of the user&#8217;s password. With this highly sensitive data leaked, the attacker would be able to logon to the backend system the SAP GUI for Windows was connected to and launch further attacks depending on the authorizations of the user. CVE-2021-40329The Authentication API in Ping Identity PingFederate before 10.3 mishandles certain aspects of external password management. CVE-2021-39913Accidental logging of system root password in the migration log in all versions of GitLab CE/EE allows an attacker with local file system access to obtain system root-level privileges CVE-2021-39899In all versions of GitLab CE/EE, an attacker with physical access to a user&#8217;s machine may brute force the user&#8217;s password via the change password function. There is a rate limit in place, but the attack may still be conducted by stealing the session id from the physical compromise of the account and splitting the attack over several IP addresses and passing in the compromised session value from these various locations. CVE-2021-39872In all versions of GitLab CE/EE since version 14.1, an improper access control vulnerability allows users with expired password to still access GitLab through git and API through access tokens acquired before password expiration. CVE-2021-39615** UNSUPPORTED WHEN ASSIGNED ** D-Link DSR-500N version 1.02 contains hard-coded credentials for undocumented user accounts in the '/etc/passwd' file.If an attacker succeeds in recovering the cleartext password of the identified hash value, he will be able to log in via SSH or Telnet and thus gain access to the underlying embedded Linux operating system on the device. Fixed in version 2.12/2. NOTE: This vulnerability only affects products that are no longer supported by the maintainer. CVE-2021-39614D-Link DVX-2000MS contains hard-coded credentials for undocumented user accounts in the '/etc/passwd' file. As weak passwords have been used, the plaintext passwords can be recovered from the hash values. CVE-2021-39613** UNSUPPORTED WHEN ASSIGNED ** D-Link DVG-3104MS version 1.0.2.0.3, 1.0.2.0.4, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, and 1.0.2.0.4E contains hard-coded credentials for undocumented user accounts in the '/etc/passwd' file. As weak passwords have been used, the plaintext passwords can be recovered from the hash values. NOTE: This vulnerability only affects products that are no longer supported by the maintainer, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. CVE-2021-39486A Stored XSS via Malicious File Upload exists in Gila CMS version 2.2.0. An attacker can use this to steal cookies, passwords or to run arbitrary code on a victim's browser, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. CVE-2021-39379A SQL Injection vulnerability exists in openSIS 8.0 when MySQL (MariaDB) is being used as the application database. A malicious attacker can issue SQL commands to the MySQL (MariaDB) database through the ResetUserInfo.php password_stn_id parameter. CVE-2021-39373Samsung Drive Manager 2.0.104 on Samsung H3 devices allows attackers to bypass intended access controls on disk management. WideCharToMultiByte, WideCharStr, and MultiByteStr can contribute to password exposure. CVE-2021-39342The Credova_Financial WordPress plugin discloses a site's associated Credova API account username and password in plaintext via an AJAX action whenever a site user goes to checkout on a page that has the Credova Financing option enabled. This affects versions up to, and including, 1.4.8. CVE-2021-39289Certain NetModule devices have Insecure Password Handling (cleartext or reversible encryption), These models with firmware before 4.3.0.113, 4.4.0.111, and 4.5.0.105 are affected: NB800, NB1600, NB1601, NB1800, NB1810, NB2700, NB2710, NB2800, NB2810, NB3700, NB3701, NB3710, NB3711, NB3720, and NB3800. CVE-2021-39189Pimcore is an open source data & experience management platform. In versions prior to 10.1.3, it is possible to enumerate usernames via the forgot password functionality. This issue is fixed in version 10.1.3. As a workaround, one may apply the available patch manually. CVE-2021-39174Cachet is an open source status page system. Prior to version 2.5.1, authenticated users, regardless of their privileges (User or Admin), can leak the value of any configuration entry of the dotenv file, e.g. the application secret (`APP_KEY`) and various passwords (email, database, etc). This issue was addressed in version 2.5.1 by improving `UpdateConfigCommandHandler` and preventing the use of nested variables in the resulting dotenv configuration file. As a workaround, only allow trusted source IP addresses to access to the administration dashboard. CVE-2021-39165Cachet is an open source status page. With Cachet prior to and including 2.3.18, there is a SQL injection which is in the `SearchableTrait#scopeSearch()`. Attackers without authentication can utilize this vulnerability to exfiltrate sensitive data from the database such as administrator's password and session. The original repository of Cachet <https://github.com/CachetHQ/Cachet> is not active, the stable version 2.3.18 and it's developing 2.4 branch is affected. CVE-2021-39138Parse Server is an open source backend that can be deployed to any infrastructure that can run Node.js. Developers can use the REST API to signup users and also allow users to login anonymously. Prior to version 4.5.1, when an anonymous user is first signed up using REST, the server creates session incorrectly. Particularly, the `authProvider` field in `_Session` class under `createdWith` shows the user logged in creating a password. If a developer later depends on the `createdWith` field to provide a different level of access between a password user and anonymous user, the server incorrectly classified the session type as being created with a `password`. The server does not currently use `createdWith` to make decisions about internal functions, so if a developer is 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen using `createdWith` directly, they are not affected. The vulnerability only affects users who depend on `createdWith` by using it directly. The issue is patched in Parse Server version 4.5.1. As a workaround, do not use the `createdWith` Session field to make decisions if one allows anonymous login. CVE-2021-39125Affected versions of Atlassian Jira Server and Data Center allow anonymous remote attackers to discover the usernames of users via an enumeration vulnerability in the password reset page. The affected versions are before version 8.5.10, and from version 8.6.0 before 8.13.1. CVE-2021-38979IBM Tivoli Key Lifecycle Manager 3.0, 3.0.1, 4.0, and 4.1 uses a one-way cryptographic hash against an input that should not be reversible, such as a password, but the software does not also use a salt as part of the input. IBM X-Force ID: 212785. CVE-2021-3882LedgerSMB does not set the 'Secure' attribute on the session authorization cookie when the client uses HTTPS and the LedgerSMB server is behind a reverse proxy. By tricking a user to use an unencrypted connection (HTTP), an attacker may be able to obtain the authentication data by capturing network traffic. LedgerSMB 1.8 and newer switched from Basic authentication to using cookie authentication with encrypted cookies. Although an attacker can't access the information inside the cookie, nor the password of the user, possession of the cookie is enough to access the application as the user from which the cookie has been obtained. In order for the attacker to obtain the cookie, first of all the server must be configured to respond to unencrypted requests, the attacker must be suitably positioned to eavesdrop on the network traffic between the client and the server *and* the user must be tricked into using unencrypted HTTP traffic. Proper audit control and separation of duties limit Integrity impact of the attack vector. Users of LedgerSMB 1.8 are urged to upgrade to known-fixed versions. Users of LedgerSMB 1.7 or 1.9 are unaffected by this vulnerability and don't need to take action. As a workaround, users may configure their Apache or Nginx reverse proxy to add the Secure attribute at the network boundary instead of relying on LedgerSMB. For Apache, please refer to the 'Header always edit' configuration command in the mod_headers module. For Nginx, please refer to the 'proxy_cookie_flags' configuration command, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. CVE-2021-38618In GFOS Workforce Management 4.8.272.1, the login page of application is prone to authentication bypass, allowing anyone (who knows a user's credentials except the password) to get access to an account. This occurs because of JSESSIONID mismanagement. CVE-2021-38617In Eigen NLP 3.10.1, a lack of access control on the /auth/v1/user/ user creation endpoint allows a standard user to create a super user account with a defined password. This directly leads to privilege escalation. CVE-2021-38557raspap-webgui in RaspAP 2.6.6 allows attackers to execute commands as root because of the insecure sudoers permissions. The www-data account can execute /etc/raspap/hostapd/enablelog.sh as root with no Backuptrans 3.2.45 mac Archives however, the www-data account can also overwrite /etc/raspap/hostapd/enablelog.sh with any executable content. CVE-2021-38474InHand Networks IR615 Router's Versions 2.3.0.r4724 and 2.3.0.r4870 have has no account lockout policy configured for the login page of the product. This may allow an attacker to execute a brute-force password attack with no time limitation and without harming the normal operation of the user. This could allow an attacker to gain valid credentials for the product interface. Xilisoft Video Cutter 2.2.0 crack serial keygen CVE-2021-38462InHand Networks IR615 Router's Versions 2.3.0.r4724 and 2.3.0.r4870 does not enforce an efficient password policy. This may allow an attacker with obtained user credentials to enumerate passwords and impersonate other application users and perform operations on their behalf. CVE-2021-38459The data of a network capture of the initial handshake phase can be used to authenticate at a SYSDBA level. If a specific .exe is not restarted often, it is possible to access the needed handshake packets between admin/client connections. Using the SYSDBA permission, an attacker can change user passwords or delete the database. CVE-2021-38456A use of hard-coded password vulnerability in the Moxa MXview Network Management software Versions 3.x to 3.2.2 may allow an attacker to gain access through accounts using default passwords CVE-2021-38400An attacker with physical access to Boston Scientific Zoom Latitude Model 3120 can remove the hard disk drive or create a specially crafted USB to extract the password hash for brute force reverse engineering of the system password. CVE-2021-3833Integria IMS login check uses a loose comparator ("==") to compare the MD5 hash of the password provided by the user and the MD5 hash stored in the database. An attacker with a specific formatted password could exploit this vulnerability in order to login in the system with different passwords. CVE-2021-38322The Twitter Friends Widget WordPress plugin is vulnerable to Reflected Cross-Site Scripting via the pmc_TF_user and pmc_TF_password parameter found in the ~/twitter-friends-widget.php file which allows attackers to inject arbitrary web scripts, in versions up to and including 3.1. CVE-2021-38165Lynx through 2.8.9 mishandles the userinfo subcomponent of a URI, which allows remote attackers to discover cleartext credentials because they may appear in SNI data. CVE-2021-38153Some components in Apache Kafka use `Arrays.equals` to validate a password or key, which is vulnerable to timing attacks that make brute force attacks for such credentials more likely to be successful. Users should upgrade to 2.8.1 or higher, or 3.0.0 or higher where this vulnerability has been fixed. The affected versions include Apache Kafka 2.0.0, 2.0.1, 2.1.0, 2.1.1, 2.2.0, 2.2.1, 2.2.2, 2.3.0, 2.3.1, 2.4.0, 2.4.1, 2.5.0, 2.5.1, 2.6.0, 2.6.1, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, 2.6.2, 2.7.0, 2.7.1, and 2.8.0. CVE-2021-37933An LDAP injection vulnerability in /account/login in Huntflow Enterprise before 3.10.6 could allow an unauthenticated, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, remote user to modify the logic of an LDAP query and bypass authentication. The vulnerability is due to insufficient server-side validation of the email parameter before using it to construct LDAP queries. An attacker could bypass authentication exploiting this vulnerability by sending login attempts in which there is a valid password but a wildcard character in email parameter. CVE-2021-3791An information disclosure vulnerability was reported in some Motorola-branded Binatone Hubble Cameras that could allow an unauthenticated attacker on the same subnet to download an encrypted log file containing sensitive information such as WiFi SSID and password. CVE-2021-3774Meross Smart Wi-Fi 2 Way Wall Switch (MSS550X), 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, on its 3.1.3 version and before, creates an open Wi-Fi Access Point without the required security measures in its initial setup. This could allow a remote attacker to obtain the Wi-Fi SSID as well as the password configured by the user from Meross app via Http/JSON plain request. CVE-2021-37693Discourse is an open-source platform for community discussion. In Discourse before versions 2.7.8 and 2.8.0.beta4, when adding additional email addresses to an existing account on a Discourse site an email token is generated as part of the email verification process. Deleting the additional email address does not invalidate an unused token which can then be used in other contexts, including reseting a password. CVE-2021-37555TX9 Automatic Food Dispenser v3.2.57 devices allow access to a shell as root/superuser, a related issue to CVE-2019-16734. To connect, the telnet service is used on port 23 with the default password of 059AnkJ for the root account. The user can then download the filesystem through preinstalled BusyBox utilities (e.g., tar and nc). CVE-2021-37551In JetBrains YouTrack before 2021.2.16363, system user passwords were hashed with SHA-256. CVE-2021-37548In JetBrains TeamCity before 2021.1, passwords in cleartext sometimes could be stored in VCS. CVE-2021-37541In JetBrains Hub before 2021.1.13402, HTML injection in the password reset email was possible. CVE-2021-37393In RPCMS v1.8 and below, the "nickname" variable is not properly sanitized before being displayed on page. Attacker can use "update password" function to inject XSS payloads into nickname variable, and achieve stored XSS. Users who view the articles published by the injected user will trigger the XSS. CVE-2021-37333Laravel Booking System Booking Core 2.0 is vulnerable to Session Management. A password change at sandbox.bookingcore.org/user/profile/change-password does not invalidate a session that is opened in a different browser. CVE-2021-37184A vulnerability has been identified in Industrial Edge Management (All versions < V1.3). An unauthenticated attacker could change the the password of any user in the system under certain circumstances. With this an attacker could impersonate 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen valid user on an affected system. CVE-2021-37172A vulnerability has been identified in SIMATIC S7-1200 CPU family (incl. SIPLUS variants) (V4.5.0). Affected devices fail to authenticate against configured passwords when provisioned using TIA Portal V13. This could allow an attacker using TIA Portal V13 or later versions to bypass authentication and download arbitrary programs to the PLC. The vulnerability does not occur when TIA Portal V13 SP1 or any later version was used to provision the device. CVE-2021-37163An insecure permissions issue was discovered in HMI3 Control Panel in Swisslog 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Nexus operated by released versions of software before Nexus 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 7.2.5.7. The device has two user accounts with passwords that are hardcoded, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen issue was discovered in OpenGamePanel OGP-Agent-Linux through 2021-08-14. $HOME/OGP/Cfg/Config.pm has the root password in cleartext. CVE-2021-37151CyberArk Identity 21.5.131, when handling an invalid authentication attempt, sometimes reveals whether the username is valid. In certain authentication policy configurations with MFA, the API response length can be used to differentiate between a valid user and an invalid one (aka Username Enumeration). Response differentiation enables attackers to enumerate usernames of valid application users. Attackers can use this information to leverage brute-force and dictionary attacks in order to discover valid account information such as passwords. CVE-2021-36808A local attacker could 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen the app password using a race condition in Sophos Secure Workspace for Android before version 9.7.3115. CVE-2021-36804Akaunting version 2.1.12 and earlier suffers from a password reset spoofing vulnerability, wherein an attacker can proxy password reset requests through a running Akaunting instance, if that attacker knows the target's e-mail address. This issue was fixed in version 2.1.13 of the product. Please note that this issue is ultimately caused by the defaults provided by the Laravel framework, specifically how proxy headers are handled with respect to multi-tenant implementations. In other words, while this is not technically a vulnerability in Laravel, this default configuration is very likely to lead to practically identical identical vulnerabilities in Laravel projects that implement multi-tenant applications. CVE-2021-36799** UNSUPPORTED WHEN ASSIGNED ** KNX ETS5 through 5.7.6 uses the hard-coded password ETS5Password, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, with a salt value of Ivan Medvedev, allowing local users to read project information. NOTE: This vulnerability only affects products that are no longer supported by the maintainer. CVE-2021-36767In Digi RealPort through 4.8.488.0, authentication relies on a challenge-response mechanism that gives access to the server password, making the protection ineffective. An attacker may send an unauthenticated request to the server. The server will reply with a weakly-hashed version of the server's access password. The attacker may then crack this hash offline in order to successfully login to the server. CVE-2021-36708In ProLink PRC2402M V1.0.18 and older, the set_sys_init function in the login.cgi binary allows an attacker to reset the password to the administrative interface of the router. CVE-2021-36621Sourcecodester Online Covid Vaccination Scheduler System 1.0 is vulnerable to SQL Injection. The username parameter is vulnerable to time-based SQL injection. Upon successful dumping the admin password hash, an attacker can decrypt and obtain the plain-text password. Hence, the attacker could authenticate as Administrator. CVE-2021-36285Dell BIOS contains an Improper Restriction of Excessive Authentication Attempts vulnerability. A local authenticated malicious administrator could exploit this vulnerability to bypass excessive NVMe password attempt mitigations in order to carry out a brute force attack. CVE-2021-36284Dell BIOS contains an Improper Restriction of Excessive Authentication Attempts vulnerability. A local authenticated malicious administrator could exploit this vulnerability to bypass excessive admin password attempt mitigations in order to carry out a brute force attack. CVE-2021-36209In JetBrains Hub before 2021.1.13389, account takeover was possible during password reset, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. CVE-2021-36165RICON Industrial Cellular Router S9922L 16.10.3(3794) is affected by cleartext storage of sensitive information and sends username and password as base64. CVE-2021-36095Malicious attacker is able to find out valid user logins by using the "lost password" feature. This issue affects: OTRS AG ((OTRS)) Community Edition version 6.0.1 and later versions. OTRS AG OTRS 7.0.x version 7.0.28 and prior versions. CVE-2021-35973NETGEAR WAC104 devices before 1.0.4.15 are affected by an authentication bypass vulnerability in /usr/sbin/mini_httpd, allowing an unauthenticated attacker to invoke any action by adding the &currentsetting.htm substring to the HTTP query, a related issue to CVE-2020-27866. This directly allows the attacker to change the web UI password, and eventually to enable debug mode (telnetd) and gain a shell on the device as the admin limited-user account (however, escalation to root is simple because of weak permissions on the /etc/ directory). CVE-2021-35965The Orca HCM digital learning platform uses a weak factory default administrator password, which is hard-coded in the source code of the webpage in plain text, thus remote attackers can obtain administrator&#8217;s privilege without logging in. CVE-2021-35961Dr. ID Door Access Control and Personnel Attendance Management system uses the hard-code admin default credentials that allows remote attackers to access the system through the default password and obtain the highest permission. CVE-2021-35948Session fixation on password protected public links in the ownCloud Server before 10.8.0 allows an attacker to bypass the password protection when they can force a target client to use a controlled cookie. CVE-2021-35943Couchbase Server 6.5.x and 6.6.x through 6.6.2 has Incorrect Access Control, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. Externally managed users are not prevented from using an empty password, per RFC4513. CVE-2021-35527Password autocomplete vulnerability in the web application password field of Hitachi ABB Power Grids eSOMS allows attacker to gain access to user credentials that are stored by the browser. This issue affects: Hitachi ABB Power Grids eSOMS version 6.3 and prior versions, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. CVE-2021-35498The TIBCO EBX Web Server component of TIBCO Software Inc.'s TIBCO EBX, TIBCO EBX, TIBCO EBX, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, and TIBCO Product and Service Catalog powered by TIBCO EBX contains a vulnerability that under certain specific conditions allows an attacker to enter a password other than the legitimate password and it will be accepted as valid. Affected releases are TIBCO Software Inc.'s TIBCO EBX: versions 5.8.123 and below, TIBCO EBX: versions 5.9.3, 5.9.4, 5.9.5, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, 5.9.6, 5.9.7, 5.9.8, 5.9.9, 5.9.10, 5.9.11, 5.9.12, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, 5.9.13, and 5.9.14, TIBCO EBX: versions 6.0.0 and 6.0.1, and TIBCO Product and Service Catalog powered by TIBCO EBX: version 1.0.0. CVE-2021-35495The Scheduler Connection component of TIBCO Software Inc.'s TIBCO JasperReports Server, TIBCO JasperReports Server, TIBCO JasperReports Server, TIBCO JasperReports Server, TIBCO JasperReports Server - Community Edition, TIBCO JasperReports Server - Developer Edition, TIBCO JasperReports Server for AWS Marketplace, TIBCO JasperReports Server for ActiveMatrix BPM, and TIBCO JasperReports Server for Microsoft Azure contains an easily exploitable vulnerability that allows an authenticated attacker with network access to obtain FTP server passwords for other users of the affected system. Affected releases are TIBCO Software Inc.'s TIBCO JasperReports Server: versions 7.2.1 and below, TIBCO JasperReports Server: versions 7.5.0 and 7.5.1, TIBCO JasperReports Server: version 7.8.0, TIBCO JasperReports Server: version 7.9.0, TIBCO JasperReports Server - Community Edition: versions 7.8.0 and below, TIBCO JasperReports Server - Developer Edition: versions 7.9.0 and below, TIBCO JasperReports Server for AWS Marketplace: versions 7.9.0 and below, TIBCO JasperReports Server for ActiveMatrix BPM: versions 7.9.0 and below, and TIBCO JasperReports Server for Microsoft Azure: version 7.8.0. CVE-2021-35214The vulnerability in SolarWinds Pingdom can be described as a failure to invalidate user session upon password or email address change. When running multiple active sessions in separate browser windows, it was observed a password or email address change could be changed without terminating the user session. This issue has been resolved on September 13, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, 2021. CVE-2021-35193Patterson Application Service in Patterson Eaglesoft 18 through 21 accepts the same certificate authentication across different customers' installations (that have the same software version). This provides remote access to SQL database credentials. (In the normal use of the product, retrieving those credentials only occurs after a username/password authentication step; however, this authentication step is on the client side, and an attacker can develop their own client that skips this step.) CVE-2021-3519A vulnerability was reported in some Lenovo Desktop models that could allow unauthorized access to the boot menu, when the "BIOS Password At Boot Device List" BIOS setting is Yes. CVE-2021-34757Multiple vulnerabilities in Cisco Business 220 Series Smart Switches firmware could allow an attacker with Administrator privileges to access sensitive login credentials or reconfigure the passwords on the user account. For more information about these vulnerabilities, see the Details section of this advisory. CVE-2021-34744Multiple vulnerabilities in Cisco Business 220 Series Smart Switches firmware could allow an attacker with Administrator privileges to access sensitive login credentials or reconfigure the passwords on the user account. For more information about these vulnerabilities, see the Details section of this advisory. CVE-2021-3473An internal product security audit of Lenovo XClarity Controller (XCC) discovered that the XCC configuration backup/restore password may be written to an internal XCC log buffer if Lenovo XClarity Administrator (LXCA) is used to perform the backup/restore. The backup/restore password typically exists in this internal log buffer for less than 10 minutes before being overwritten. Generating an FFDC service log will include the log buffer contents, including the backup/restore password if present. The FFDC service log is only generated when requested by a privileged XCC user and it is only accessible to the privileged XCC user that requested the file. The backup/restore password is not captured if the backup/restore is initiated directly from XCC, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. CVE-2021-34679Thycotic Password Reset Server before 5.3.0 allows credential disclosure. CVE-2021-34574In MB connect line mymbCONNECT24, mbCONNECT24 in versions <= 2.8.0 an authenticated attacker can change the password of his account into a new password that violates the password policy by intercepting and modifying the request that is send to the server. CVE-2021-34560In PEPPERL+FUCHS WirelessHART-Gateway <= 3.0.9 a form contains a password field with autocomplete enabled. The stored credentials can be captured by an attacker who gains control over the user's computer. Therefore the user must have logged in at least once. CVE-2021-34417The network proxy page on the web portal for the Zoom On-Premise Meeting Connector Controller before version 4.6.365.20210703, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, Zoom On-Premise Meeting Connector MMR before version 4.6.365.20210703, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, Zoom On-Premise Recording Connector before version 3.8.45.20210703, Zoom On-Premise Virtual Room Connector before version 4.4.6868.20210703, and Zoom On-Premise Virtual Room Connector Load Balancer before version 2.5.5496.20210703 fails to validate input sent in requests to set the network proxy password. This could lead to remote command injection by a web portal administrator. CVE-2021-3425A flaw was found in the AMQ Broker that discloses JDBC encrypted usernames and passwords when provided in the AMQ Broker application logfile when using the jdbc persistence functionality. Versions shipped in Red Hat AMQ 7 are vulnerable. CVE-2021-34244A cross site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability was discovered in Ice Hrm 29.0.0.OS which allows attackers to create new admin accounts or change users' passwords, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. CVE-2021-34220Cross-site scripting in tr069config.htm in TOTOLINK A3002R version V1.1.1-B20200824 (Important Update, new UI) allows attackers to execute arbitrary JavaScript by modifying the "User Name" field or "Password" field. CVE-2021-34207Cross-site scripting in ddns.htm in TOTOLINK A3002R version V1.1.1-B20200824 (Important Update, new UI) allows attackers to execute arbitrary JavaScript by modifying the "Domain Name" field, "Server Address" field, "User Name/Email", or "Password/Key" field. CVE-2021-34204D-Link DIR-2640-US 1.01B04 is affected by Insufficiently Protected Credentials. D-Link AC2600(DIR-2640) stores the device system account password in plain text. It does not use linux user management. In addition, the passwords of all devices are the same, and they cannot be modified by normal users. An attacker can easily log in to the target router through the serial port and obtain root privileges. CVE-2021-34203D-Link DIR-2640-US 1.01B04 is vulnerable to Incorrect Access Control. Router ac2600 (dir-2640-us), when setting PPPoE, will start quagga process in the way of whole network monitoring, and this function uses the original default password and port. An attacker can easily use telnet to log in, modify routing information, monitor the traffic of all devices under the router, hijack DNS and phishing attacks. In addition, this interface is likely to be questioned by customers as a backdoor, because the interface should not be exposed. CVE-2021-33903In LCOS 10.40 to 10.42.0473-RU3 with SNMPv3 enabled on LANCOM devices, changing the password of the root user via the CLI does not change the password of the root user for SNMPv3 access. (However, changing the password of the root user 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen LANconfig does change the password of the root user for SNMPv3 access.) CVE-2021-33895ETINET BACKBOX E4.09 and H4.09 mismanages password access control. When a user uses the User ID of the process running BBSV to login to the Backbox UI application, the system procedure (USER_AUTHENTICATE_) used for verifying the Password returns 0 (no error). The reason is that the user is not running the XYGate application. Hence, BBSV assumes the Password is correct, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. For H4.09, the affected version isT0954V04^AAO. For E4.09, the affected version is 22SEP2020. CVE-2021-33880The aaugustin websockets library before 9.1 for Python has an Observable Timing Discrepancy on servers when HTTP Basic Authentication is enabled with basic_auth_protocol_factory(credentials=.). An attacker may be able to guess a password via a timing attack. CVE-2021-33723A vulnerability has been identified in SINEC NMS (All versions < V1.0 SP2 Update 1). An authenticated attacker could change the user profile of any user without proper authorization. With this, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, the attacker could change the password of any user in the affected system. CVE-2021-33700SAP Business One, version - 10.0, allows a local attacker with access to the victim's browser under certain circumstances, to login as the victim without knowing his/her password. The attacker could so obtain highly sensitive information which the attacker could use to take substantial control of the vulnerable application. CVE-2021-33617Zoho ManageEngine Password Manager Pro before 11.2 11200 allows login/AjaxResponse.jsp?RequestType=GetUserDomainName&userName= username enumeration, because the response (to a failed login request) is null only when the username is invalid. CVE-2021-33583REINER timeCard 6.05.07 installs a Microsoft SQL Server with an sa password that is hardcoded in the TCServer.jar file. CVE-2021-33570Postbird 0.8.4 allows stored XSS via the onerror attribute of an IMG element in any PostgreSQL database table. This can result in reading local files via vectors involving XMLHttpRequest and open of a file:/// URL, or discovering PostgreSQL passwords via vectors involving Window.localStorage and savedConnections. CVE-2021-33563Koel before 5.1.4 lacks login throttling, lacks 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen password strength policy, and shows whether a failed login attempt had a valid username. This might make brute-force attacks easier. CVE-2021-33540In certain devices of the Phoenix Contact AXL F BK and IL BK product families an undocumented password protected FTP access to the root directory exists. CVE-2021-33538In Weidmueller Industrial WLAN devices in multiple versions an exploitable improper access control vulnerability exists in the iw_webs account settings functionality. A specially crafted user name entry can cause the overwrite of an existing user account password, resulting in remote shell access to the device as that user. An attacker can send commands while authenticated as a low privilege user to trigger this vulnerability. CVE-2021-33531In Weidmueller Industrial WLAN devices in multiple versions an exploitable use of hard-coded credentials vulnerability exists in multiple iw_* utilities. The device operating system contains an undocumented encryption password, allowing for the creation of custom diagnostic scripts. An attacker can send diagnostic scripts while authenticated as a low privilege user to trigger this vulnerability. CVE-2021-33347An issue was discovered in JPress v3.3.0 and below. There are XSS vulnerabilities in the template module and tag management module. If you log in to the background by means of weak password, the storage XSS vulnerability can occur. CVE-2021-33346There is an arbitrary password modification vulnerability in a D-LINK DSL-2888A router product. An attacker can use this vulnerability to modify the password of the admin user without authorization. CVE-2021-33325The Portal Workflow module in Liferay Portal 7.3.2 and earlier, and Liferay DXP 7.0 before fix pack 93, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, 7.1 before fix pack 19, and 7.2 before fix pack 7, user's clear text passwords are stored in the database if workflow is enabled for user creation, which allows attackers with access to the database to obtain a user's password. CVE-2021-33322In Liferay Portal 7.3.0 and earlier, and Liferay DXP 7.0 before fix pack 96, 7.1 before fix pack 18, and 7.2 before fix pack 5, password reset tokens are not invalidated after a user changes their password, which allows remote attackers to change the user&#8217;s password via the old password reset token. CVE-2021-33321Insecure default configuration in Liferay Portal 6.2.3 through 7.3.2, and Liferay DXP before 7.3, allows remote attackers to enumerate user email address via the forgot password functionality. The portal.property login.secure.forgot.password should be defaulted to true. CVE-2021-3332WPS Hide Login 1.6.1 allows remote attackers to bypass a protection mechanism via post_password. CVE-2021-33219An issue was discovered in CommScope Ruckus IoT Controller 1.7.1.0 and earlier. There are Hard-coded Web Application Administrator Passwords for the admin and nplus1user accounts. CVE-2021-33218An issue was discovered in CommScope Ruckus IoT Controller 1.7.1.0 and earlier. There are Hard-coded System Passwords that provide shell access. CVE-2021-33209An issue was discovered in Fimer Aurora Vision before 2.97.10. The response to a failed login attempt discloses whether the username or password is wrong, helping an attacker to enumerate usernames. This can make a brute-force attack easier. CVE-2021-33190In Apache APISIX Dashboard version 2.6, we changed the default value of listen host to 0.0.0.0 in order to facilitate users to configure external network access. In the IP allowed list restriction, a risky function was used for the IP acquisition, which made it possible to bypass the network limit. At the same time, the default account and password are fixed.Ultimately these factors lead to the issue of security risks. This issue is fixed in APISIX Dashboard 2.6.1 CVE-2021-33003Delta Electronics DIAEnergie Version 1.7.5 and prior may allow an attacker to retrieve passwords in cleartext due to a weak hashing algorithm. CVE-2021-32926When an authenticated password change request takes place, this vulnerability could allow the attacker to intercept the message that includes the legitimate, new password hash and replace it with an illegitimate hash. The user would no longer be able to authenticate to the controller (Micro800: All versions, MicroLogix 1400: Version 21 and later) causing a denial-of-service condition CVE-2021-32800Nextcloud server is an open source, self hosted personal cloud. In affected versions an attacker is able to bypass Two Factor Authentication in Nextcloud. Thus knowledge of a password, or access to a WebAuthN trusted device of a user was sufficient to gain access to an account. It is recommended that the Nextcloud Server is upgraded to 20.0.12, 21.0.4 or 22.1.0. There are no workaround for this vulnerability. CVE-2021-32795ArchiSteamFarm is a C# application with primary purpose of idling Steam cards from multiple accounts VyprVPN 4.2.3.10724 Crack Plus Activation Key Free Download (2021). In versions prior to 4.3.1.0 a Denial of Service (aka DoS) vulnerability which allows attacker to remotely crash running ASF instance through sending a specifically-crafted Steam chat message exists. The user sending the message does not need to be authorized within the bot or ASF process. The attacker needs to know ASF's `CommandPrefix` in advance, but majority of ASF setups run with an unchanged default value. This attack does not allow attacker to gain any potentially-sensitive information, such as logins or passwords, does not allow to execute arbitrary commands and otherwise exploit the crash further. The issue is patched in ASF V4.3.1.0. The only workaround which guarantees complete protection is running all bots with `OnlineStatus` of `0` (Offline). In this setup, ASF is able to ignore even the specifically-crafted message without attempting to interpret it. CVE-2021-32753EdgeX Foundry is an open source project for building a common open framework for internet-of-things edge computing. A vulnerability exists in the Edinburgh, Fuji, Geneva, and Hanoi versions of the software. When the EdgeX API gateway is configured for OAuth2 authentication and a proxy user is created, the client_id and client_secret required to obtain an OAuth2 authentication token are set to the username of the proxy user. A remote network attacker can then perform a dictionary-based password attack on the OAuth2 token endpoint of the API gateway to obtain an OAuth2 authentication token and use that token to make authenticated calls to EdgeX microservices from an untrusted network. OAuth2 is the default authentication method in EdgeX Edinburgh release. The default authentication method was changed to JWT in Fuji and later releases. Users should upgrade to the EdgeX Ireland release to obtain the fix. The OAuth2 authentication method is disabled in Ireland release. If unable to upgrade and OAuth2 authentication is required, users should create OAuth2 users directly using the Kong admin API and forgo the use of the `security-proxy-setup` tool to create OAuth2 users. CVE-2021-32743Icinga is a monitoring system which checks the availability of network resources, notifies users of outages, and generates performance data for reporting. In versions prior to 2.11.10 and from version 2.12.0 through version 2.12.4, some of the Icinga 2 features that require credentials for external services expose those credentials through the API to authenticated API users with read permissions for the corresponding object types. IdoMysqlConnection and IdoPgsqlConnection (every released version) exposes the password of the user used to connect to the database. IcingaDB (added in 2.12.0) exposes the password used to connect to the Redis server. ElasticsearchWriter (added in 2.8.0)exposes the password used to connect to the Elasticsearch server. An attacker who obtains these credentials can impersonate Icinga to these services and add, modify and delete information there. If credentials with more permissions are in use, this increases the impact accordingly. Starting with the 2.11.10 and 2.12.5 releases, these passwords are no longer exposed via the API. As a workaround, API user permissions can be restricted to not allow querying of any affected objects, either by explicitly listing only the required object types for object query permissions, or by applying a filter rule. CVE-2021-32731XWiki Platform is a generic wiki platform offering runtime services for applications built on top of it. Between (and including) versions 13.1RC1 and 13.1, the reset password form reveals the email address of users just by giving their username, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. The problem has been patched on XWiki 13.2RC1. As a workaround, it is possible to manually modify the `resetpasswordinline.vm` to perform the changes made to mitigate the vulnerability. CVE-2021-32730XWiki Platform is a generic wiki platform offering runtime services for applications built on top of it. A cross-site request forgery vulnerability exists in versions prior to 12.10.5, and in versions 13.0 through 13.1. It's possible for forge an URL that, when accessed by an admin, will reset the password of any user in XWiki. The problem has been patched in XWiki 12.10.5 and 13.2RC1. As a workaround, it is possible to apply the patch manually by modifying the `register_macros.vm` template. CVE-2021-32690Helm is a tool for managing Charts (packages of pre-configured Kubernetes resources). In versions of helm prior to 3.6.1, a vulnerability exists where the username and password credentials associated with a Helm repository could be passed on to another domain referenced by that Helm repository. This issue has been resolved in 3.6.1. There is a workaround through which one may check for improperly passed credentials. One may use a username and password for a Helm repository and may audit the Helm repository in order to check for another domain being used that could have received the credentials, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. In the `index.yaml` file for that repository, one may look for another domain in the `urls` list for the chart versions. If there is another domain found and that chart version was pulled or installed, the credentials would be passed on. CVE-2021-32676Nextcloud Talk is a fully on-premises audio/video and chat communication service. Password protected shared chats in Talk before version 9.0.10, 10.0.8 and 11.2.2 did not rotate the session cookie after a successful authentication event. It is recommended that the Nextcloud Talk App is upgraded to 9.0.10, 10.0.8 or 11.2.2. No workarounds for this vulnerability are known to exist. CVE-2021-32670Datasette is an open source multi-tool for exploring and publishing data. The `?_trace=1` debugging feature in Datasette does not correctly escape generated HTML, resulting in a [reflected cross-site scripting](https://owasp.org/www-community/attacks/xss/#reflected-xss-attacks) vulnerability. This vulnerability is particularly relevant if your Datasette installation includes authenticated features using plugins such as [datasette-auth-passwords](https://datasette.io/plugins/datasette-auth-passwords) as an attacker could use the vulnerability to access protected data. Datasette 0.57 and 0.56.1 both include patches for this issue. If you run Datasette behind a proxy you can workaround this issue by rejecting any incoming requests with `?_trace=` or `&_trace=` in their query string parameters. CVE-2021-32648octobercms in a CMS platform based on the Laravel PHP Framework. In affected versions of the october/system package an attacker can request an account password reset and then gain access to the account using a specially crafted request. The issue has been patched in Build 472 and v1.1.5. CVE-2021-32612The VeryFitPro (com.veryfit2hr.second) application 3.2.8 for Android does all communication with the backend API over cleartext HTTP. This includes logins, registrations, and password change requests. This allows information theft and account takeover via network sniffing. CVE-2021-32596A use of one-way hash with a predictable salt vulnerability in the password storing mechanism of FortiPortal 6.0.0 through 6.04 may allow an attacker already in possession of the password store to decrypt the passwords by means of precomputed tables. CVE-2021-32588A use of hard-coded credentials (CWE-798) vulnerability in FortiPortal versions 5.2.5 and below, 5.3.5 and below, 6.0.4 and below, versions 5.1.x and 5.0.x may allow 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen remote and unauthenticated attacker to execute unauthorized commands as root by uploading and 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen malicious web application archive files using the default hard-coded Tomcat Manager username and password, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. CVE-2021-32571** UNSUPPORTED WHEN ASSIGNED ** In OSS-RC systems of the release 18B and older during data migration procedures certain files containing usernames and passwords are left in the system undeleted but in folders accessible by top privileged accounts only. NOTE: This vulnerability only affects products that are no longer supported by the maintainer. Ericsson Network Manager is a new generation OSS system which OSS-RC customers shall upgrade to. CVE-2021-32526Incorrect permission assignment for critical resource vulnerability in QSAN Storage Manager allows authenticated remote attackers to access arbitrary password files. Suggest contacting with QSAN and refer to recommendations in QSAN Document. CVE-2021-32525The same hard-coded password in QSAN Storage Manager's in the firmware allows remote attackers to access the control interface with the administrator&#8217;s credential, entering the hard-coded password of the debug mode to execute the restricted system instructions, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. The referred vulnerability has been solved with the updated version of QSAN Storage Manager v3.3.3. CVE-2021-32521Use of MAC address as an authenticated password in QSAN Storage Manager, XEVO, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, SANOS allows local attackers to escalate privileges. Suggest contacting with QSAN and refer to recommendations in QSAN Document. CVE-2021-3252KACO New Energy XP100U Up to XP-JAVA 2.0 is affected by incorrect access control, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. Credentials will always be returned in plain-text from the local server during the KACO XP100U authentication process, regardless of whatever passwords have been provided, which leads to an information disclosure vulnerability. CVE-2021-32519Use of password hash with insufficient computational effort vulnerability in QSAN Storage Manager, XEVO, SANOS allows remote attackers to recover 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen plain-text password by brute-forcing the MD5 hash. The referred vulnerability has been solved with the updated version of QSAN Storage Manager v3.3.2, QSAN XEVO v2.1.0, and QSAN SANOS v2.1.0. CVE-2021-32462Trend Micro Password Manager (Consumer) version 5.0.0.1217 and below is vulnerable to an Exposed Hazardous Function Remote Code Execution vulnerability which could allow an unprivileged client to manipulate the registry and escalate privileges to SYSTEM on affected installations. Authentication is required to exploit this vulnerability. CVE-2021-32461Trend Micro Password Manager (Consumer) version 5.0.0.1217 and below is vulnerable to an Integer Truncation Privilege Escalation vulnerability which could allow a local attacker to trigger a buffer overflow and escalate privileges on affected installations. An attacker must first obtain the ability to execute low-privileged code on the target system in order to exploit this vulnerability. CVE-2021-32459Trend Micro Home Network Security version 6.6.604 and earlier contains a hard-coded password vulnerability in the log collection server which could allow an attacker to use a specially crafted network request to lead to arbitrary authentication. An attacker must first obtain the ability to execute high-privileged code on the target device in order to exploit this vulnerability. CVE-2021-32456SITEL CAP/PRX firmware version 5.2.01 allows an attacker with access to the local network of the device to obtain the authentication passwords by analysing the network traffic. CVE-2021-32454SITEL CAP/PRX firmware version 5.2.01 makes use of a hardcoded password. An attacker with access to the device could modify these credentials, leaving the administrators of the device without access. CVE-2021-32033Protectimus SLIM NFC 70 10.01 devices allow a Time Traveler attack in which attackers can predict TOTP passwords in certain situations. The time value used by the device can be set independently from the used seed value for generating time-based one-time passwords, without authentication. Thus, an attacker with short-time physical access to a device can set the internal real-time clock (RTC) to the future, generate one-time passwords, and reset the clock to the current time. This allows the generation of valid future time-based one-time passwords without having further access to the hardware token. CVE-2021-31912In JetBrains TeamCity before 2020.2.3, account takeover was potentially possible during a password reset. CVE-2021-31874Zoho ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus before 6104, in rare situations, allows attackers to obtain sensitive information about the password-sync database application. CVE-2021-31857In Zoho ManageEngine Password Manager Pro before 11.1 build 11104, attackers are able to retrieve credentials via a browser extension for non-website resource types. CVE-2021-31820In Octopus Server after version 2018.8.2 if the Octopus Server Web Request Proxy is configured with authentication, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, the password is shown in plaintext in the UI. CVE-2021-31817When configuring Octopus Server if it is configured with an external SQL database, on initial configuration the database password is written to the OctopusServer.txt log file 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen plaintext. CVE-2021-31816When configuring Octopus Server if it is configured with an external SQL database, on initial configuration the database password is written to the OctopusServer.txt log file in plaintext, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. CVE-2021-31797The user identification mechanism used by 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Credential Provider prior to 12.1 is susceptible to a local host race condition, leading to password disclosure. CVE-2021-31791In Hardware Sentry KM before 10.0.01 for BMC PATROL, a cleartext password may be discovered after a failure or timeout of a command. CVE-2021-31659TP-Link TL-SG2005, TL-SG2008, etc. 1.0.0 Build 20180529 Rel.40524 is vulnerable to Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF). All configuration information is 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen in the URL, without any additional token authentication information. A malicious link opened by the switch administrator may cause the password of the switch to be modified and the configuration file to be tampered with. CVE-2021-31646Gestsup before 3.2.10 allows account takeover through the password recovery functionality (remote). The affected component is the file forgot_pwd.php - it uses a weak algorithm for the generation of password recovery tokens (the PHP uniqueid function), allowing a brute force attack. CVE-2021-31585Accellion Kiteworks before 7.3.1 allows a user with Admin privileges to escalate their privileges by generating SSH passwords that allow local access. CVE-2021-3154An issue was discovered in SolarWinds Serv-U before 15.2.2. Unauthenticated attackers can retrieve cleartext passwords via macro Injection. NOTE: this had a distinct fix relative to CVE-2020-35481. CVE-2021-31539Wowza Streaming Engine before 4.8.8.01 (in a default installation) has cleartext passwords stored in the conf/admin.password file. A regular local user is able to read usernames and passwords. CVE-2021-3141In Unisys Stealth (core) before 6.0.025.0, the Keycloak password is stored in a recoverable format that might be accessible by a local attacker, who could gain access to the Management Server and change the Stealth configuration. CVE-2021-3130Within the Open-AudIT up to version 3.5.3 application, the web interface hides SSH secrets, Windows passwords, and SNMP strings from users using HTML 'password field' obfuscation. By using Developer tools or similar, it is possible to change the obfuscation so that the credentials are visible, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. CVE-2021-31245omr-admin.py in openmptcprouter-vps-admin 0.57.3 and earlier compares the user provided password with the original password in a length dependent manner, which allows remote attackers to guess the password via a timing attack. CVE-2021-31232The Alertmanager in CNCF Cortex before 1.8.1 has a local file disclosure vulnerability when -experimental.alertmanager.enable-api is used. The HTTP basic auth password_file can be used as an attack vector to send any file content via a webhook. The alertmanager templates can be used as an attack vector to send any file content because the alertmanager can load any text file specified in the templates list. CVE-2021-31231The Alertmanager in Grafana Enterprise Metrics before 1.2.1 and Metrics Enterprise 1.2.1 has a local file disclosure vulnerability when experimental.alertmanager.enable-api is used. The HTTP basic auth password_file can be used as an attack vector to send any file content via a webhook. The alertmanager templates can be used as an attack vector to send any file content because the alertmanager can load any text file specified in the templates list. CVE-2021-3118** UNSUPPORTED WHEN ASSIGNED ** EVOLUCARE ECSIMAGING (aka ECS Imaging) through 6.21.5 has multiple SQL Injection issues in the login form and the password-forgotten form (such as /req_password_user.php?email=). This allows an attacker to steal data in the database and obtain access to the application. (The database component runs as root.) NOTE: This vulnerability only affects products that are no longer supported by the maintainer. CVE-2021-31159Zoho ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus MSP before 10519 is vulnerable to a User Enumeration bug due to improper error-message generation in the Forgot Password functionality, aka SDPMSP-15732. CVE-2021-31152Multilaser Router AC1200 V02.03.01.45_pt contains a cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability. An attacker can enable remote access, change passwords, and perform other actions through misconfigured requests, entries, and headers. CVE-2021-30915A logic issue was addressed with improved state management. This issue is fixed in iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1, macOS Monterey 12.0.1, tvOS 15.1, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, watchOS 8.1, Security Update 2021-007 Catalina, macOS Big Sur 11.6.1. A person with physical access to an iOS device may be able to determine characteristics of a user's password in a secure text entry field, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. CVE-2021-30482In JetBrains UpSource before 2020.1.1883, application passwords were not revoked correctly CVE-2021-30463VestaCP through 0.9.8-24 allows attackers to gain privileges by creating symlinks to files for which they lack permissions. After reading the RKEY value from user.conf under the /usr/local/vesta/data/users/admin directory, the admin password can be changed via a /reset/?action=confirm&user=admin&code= URI. This occurs because chmod is used unsafely. CVE-2021-30462VestaCP through 0.9.8-24 allows the admin user to escalate privileges to root because the Sudo configuration does not require a password to run /usr/local/vesta/bin scripts. CVE-2021-3037An information exposure through log file vulnerability exists in Palo Alto Networks PAN-OS software where the connection details for a scheduled configuration export are logged in system logs. Logged information includes the cleartext username, password, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, and IP address used to export the PAN-OS configuration to the destination server. CVE-2021-3036An information exposure through log file vulnerability exists in Palo Alto Networks PAN-OS software where secrets in PAN-OS XML API requests are logged in cleartext to the web server logs when the API is used incorrectly. This vulnerability applies only to PAN-OS appliances that are configured to use the PAN-OS XML API and 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen only when a client includes a duplicate API parameter in API requests. Logged information includes the cleartext username, password, and API key of the administrator making the PAN-OS XML API request. CVE-2021-3032An information exposure through log file vulnerability exists in Palo Alto Networks PAN-OS software where configuration secrets for the &#8220;http&#8221;, &#8220;email&#8221;, and &#8220;snmptrap&#8221; v3 log forwarding server profiles can be logged to the Voicemod Pro License Key 2.10.0.0 Crack 2021 Latest system log. Logged information may include up to 1024 bytes of the configuration including the username and password in an encrypted form and private keys used in any certificate profiles set for log forwarding server profiles. This issue impacts: PAN-OS 8.1 versions earlier than PAN-OS 8.1.18; PAN-OS 9.0 versions earlier than PAN-OS 9.0.12; PAN-OS 9.1 versions earlier than PAN-OS 9.1.4; PAN-OS 10.0 versions earlier than PAN-OS 10.0.1. CVE-2021-30185CERN Indico before 2.3.4 can use an attacker-supplied Host header in a password reset link. CVE-2021-30183Cleartext storage of sensitive information in multiple versions of Octopus Server where in certain situations when running import or export processes, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, the password used to encrypt and decrypt sensitive values would be written to the logs in plaintext. CVE-2021-30165The default administrator account & password of the EDIMAX wireless network camera is hard-coded. Remote attackers can disassemble firmware to obtain the privileged permission and further control the devices. CVE-2021-30126Lightmeter ControlCenter 1.1.0 through 1.5.x before 1.5.1 allows anyone who knows the URL of a publicly available Lightmeter instance to access application settings, possibly including an SMTP password and a Slack access token, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, via a settings HTTP query. CVE-2021-29973Password autofill was enabled without user interaction on insecure websites on Firefox for Android. This was corrected to require user interaction with the page before a user's password would be entered by the browser's autofill functionality *This bug only affects Firefox for Android. Other operating systems are unaffected.*. This vulnerability affects Firefox < 90. CVE-2021-29965A malicious website that causes an HTTP Authentication dialog to be spawned could trick the built-in password manager to suggest passwords for the currently active website instead of the website that triggered the dialog. *This bug only affects Firefox for Android. Other operating systems are unaffected.*. This vulnerability affects Firefox < 89. CVE-2021-29956OpenPGP secret keys that were imported using Thunderbird version 78.8.1 up to version 78.10.1 were stored unencrypted on the user's local disk. The master password protection was inactive for those keys. Version 78.10.2 will restore the protection mechanism for newly imported keys, and will automatically protect keys that had been imported using affected Thunderbird versions. This vulnerability affects Thunderbird < 78.10.2, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. CVE-2021-29728IBM Sterling Secure Proxy 6.0.1, 6.0.2, 2.4.3.2, and 3.4.3.2 contains hard-coded credentials, such as a password or cryptographic key, which it uses for its own inbound authentication, outbound communication to external components, or encryption of internal data. IBM X-Force ID: 201160. CVE-2021-29691IBM Security Identity Manager 7.0.2 contains hard-coded credentials, such as a password or cryptographic key, which it uses for its own inbound authentication, outbound communication to external components, or encryption of internal data. IBM X-Force ID: 200252. CVE-2021-29660A Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) vulnerability in en/cfg_setpwd.html in Softing AG OPC Toolbox through 4.10.1.13035 allows attackers to reset the administrative password by inducing the Administrator user to browse a URL controlled by an attacker. CVE-2021-29450Wordpress is an open source CMS. One of the blocks in the WordPress editor can be exploited in a way that exposes password-protected posts and pages. This requires at least contributor privileges, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. This has been patched in WordPress 5.7.1, along with the older affected versions via minor releases. It's strongly recommended that you keep auto-updates enabled to receive the fix. CVE-2021-29436Anuko Time Tracker is an open source, web-based time tracking application written in PHP. In Time Tracker before version 1.19.27.5431 a Cross site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability existed. The nature of CSRF is that a logged on user may be tricked by social engineering to click on an attacker-provided form that executes an unintended action such as changing user password. The vulnerability is fixed in Time Tracker version 1.19.27.5431. Upgrade is recommended. If upgrade is not practical, introduce ttMitigateCSRF() function in /WEB-INF/lib/common.php.lib using the latest available code and call it from ttAccessAllowed(). CVE-2021-29156ForgeRock OpenAM before 13.5.1 allows LDAP injection via the Webfinger protocol. For example, an unauthenticated attacker can perform character-by-character retrieval of password hashes, or retrieve a session token or a private key. CVE-2021-29080Certain NETGEAR devices are affected by password reset by an unauthenticated attacker. This affects RBK852 before 3.2.10.11, RBK853 before 3.2.10.11, RBR854 before 3.2.10.11, RBR850 before 3.2.10.11, RBS850 before 3.2.10.11, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, CBR40 before 2.5.0.10, R7000 before 1.0.11.116, R6900P before 1.3.2.126, R7900 before 1.0.4.38, R7960P before 1.4.1.66, R8000 before 1.0.4.66, R7900P before 1.4.1.66, R8000P before 1.4.1.66, RAX75 before 1.0.3.102, RAX80 before 1.0.3.102, and R7000P before 1.3.2.126. CVE-2021-29043The Portal Store module in Liferay Portal 7.0.0 through 7.3.5, and Liferay DXP 7.0 before fix 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 97, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, 7.1 before fix pack 21, 7.2 before fix pack 10 and 7.3 before fix pack 1 does not obfuscate the S3 store's proxy password, which allows attackers to steal the proxy password via man-in-the-middle attacks or shoulder surfing. CVE-2021-29041Denial-of-service (DoS) vulnerability in the Multi-Factor Authentication module in Liferay DXP 7.3 before fix pack 1 allows remote authenticated attackers to prevent any user from authenticating by (1) enabling Time-based One-time password (TOTP) on behalf of the other user or (2) modifying the other user's TOTP shared secret. CVE-2021-29023InvoicePlane 1.5.11 doesn't have any rate-limiting for password reset and the reset token is generated using a weak mechanism that is predictable. CVE-2021-29012DMA Softlab Radius Manager 4.4.0 assigns the same session cookie to every admin session. The cookie is valid when the admin is logged in, but is invalid (temporarily) during times when the admin is logged out. In other words, the cookie is functionally equivalent to a static password, and thus provides permanent access if stolen. CVE-2021-29005Insecure permission of chmod command on rConfig server 3.9.6 exists. After installing rConfig apache user may execute chmod as root without password how to install waves central Archives may let an attacker with low privilege to gain root access on server. CVE-2021-28958Zoho ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus through 6101 is vulnerable to unauthenticated Remote Code Execution while changing the password. CVE-2021-28937The /password.html page of the Web management interface of the Acexy Wireless-N WiFi Repeater REV 1.0 (28.08.06.1) contains the administrator account password in plaintext. The page can be intercepted on HTTP. CVE-2021-28936The Acexy Wireless-N WiFi Repeater REV 1.0 (28.08.06.1) Web management administrator password can be changed by sending a specially crafted HTTP GET request. The administrator username has to be known (default:admin) whereas no previous authentication is required. CVE-2021-28914BAB TECHNOLOGIE GmbH eibPort V3 prior version 3.9.1 allow the user to set a weak password because the strength is shown in configuration tool, but finally not enforced. This is usable and part of an attack chain to gain SSH root access. CVE-2021-28909BAB TECHNOLOGIE GmbH eibPort V3 prior version 3.9.1 allow unauthenticated attackers to access uncontrolled the login service at /webif/SecurityModule in a brute force attack. The password could be weak and default username is known as 'admin'. This is usable and part of an attack chain 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen gain SSH root access. CVE-2021-28857TP-Link's TL-WPA4220 4.0.2 Build 20180308 Rel.37064 username and password are sent via the cookie. CVE-2021-28647Trend Micro Password Manager version 5 (Consumer) is vulnerable to a DLL Hijacking vulnerability which could allow an attacker to inject a malicious DLL file during the installation progress and could execute a malicious program each time a user installs a program. CVE-2021-28499In Arista's MOS (Metamako Operating System) software which is supported on the 7130 product line, user account passwords set in clear text could leak to users without any password. This issue affects: Arista Metamako Operating System MOS-0.18 and post releases in the MOS-0.1x train All releases in the MOS-0.2x train MOS-0.31.1 and prior releases in the MOS-0.3x train CVE-2021-28498In Arista's MOS (Metamako Operating System) software which is supported on the 7130 product line, user enable passwords set in clear text could result in unprivileged users getting complete access to the systems. This issue affects: Arista Metamako Operating System MOS-0.13 and post releases in the MOS-0.1x train MOS-0.26.6 and prior releases in the MOS-0.2x train MOS-0.31.1 and prior releases in the MOS-0.3x train CVE-2021-28496On systems running Arista EOS and CloudEOS with the affected release version, when using shared secret profiles the password configured for use by BiDirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD) will be leaked when displaying output over eAPI or other JSON outputs to other authenticated users on the device. The affected EOS Versions are: all releases in 4.22.x train, 4.23.9 and below releases in the 4.23.x train, 4.24.7 and below releases in the 4.24.x train, 4.25.4 and below releases in the 4.25.x train, 4.26.1 and below releases in the 4.26.x train CVE-2021-28492Unisys Stealth (core) 5.x before 5.0.048.0, 5.1.x before 5.1.017.0, and 6.x before 6.0.037.0 stores passwords in a recoverable format. CVE-2021-28399OrangeHRM 4.7 allows an unauthenticated user to enumerate the valid username and email address via the forgot password function. CVE-2021-28374The Debian courier-authlib package before 0.71.1-2 for Courier Authentication Library creates a /run/courier/authdaemon directory with weak permissions, allowing an attacker to read user information. This may include a cleartext password in some configurations. In general, it includes the user's existence, uid and gids, home and/or Maildir directory, quota, and some type of password information (such as a hash). CVE-2021-28373The auth_internal plugin in Tiny Tiny RSS (aka tt-rss) before 2021-03-12 allows an attacker to log in via the OTP code without a valid password. NOTE: this issue only affected the git master branch for a short time. However, all end users are explicitly directed to use the git master branch in production. Semantic version numbers such as 21.03 appear to exist, but are automatically generated from the year and month, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. They are not releases. CVE-2021-28293Seceon aiSIEM before 6.3.2 (build 585) is prone to an unauthenticated account takeover vulnerability in the Forgot Password feature. The lack of correct configuration leads to recovery of the password reset link generated via the password reset functionality, and thus an unauthenticated attacker can set an arbitrary password for any user. CVE-2021-28248** UNSUPPORTED WHEN ASSIGNED ** CA eHealth Performance Manager through 6.3.2.12 is affected by Improper Restriction of Excessive Authentication Attempts. An attacker is able to perform an arbitrary number of /web/frames/ authentication attempts using different passwords, and eventually gain access to a targeted account, NOTE: This vulnerability only affects products that are no longer supported by the maintainer. CVE-2021-28151Hongdian H8922 3.0.5 devices allow OS command injection via shell metacharacters into the ip-address (aka Destination) field to the tools.cgi ping command, which is accessible with the username guest and password guest. CVE-2021-28150Hongdian H8922 3.0.5 devices allow the unprivileged guest user to read cli.conf (with the administrator password and other sensitive data) via /backup2.cgi. CVE-2021-28128In Strapi through 3.6.0, the admin panel allows the changing of one's own password without entering the current password. An attacker who gains access to a valid session can use this to take over an account by changing the password. CVE-2021-28024Unauthorized system access in the login form in ServiceTonic Helpdesk software version < 9.0.35937 allows attacker to login without using a password. CVE-2021-27952Hardcoded default root credentials exist on the ecobee3 lite 4.5.81.200 device. This allows a threat actor to gain access to the password-protected bootloader environment through the serial console. CVE-2021-27935An issue was discovered in AdGuard before 0.105.2, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. An attacker able to get the user's cookie is able to bruteforce their password offline, because the hash of the password is stored in the cookie. CVE-2021-27909For Mautic versions prior to 3.3.4/4.0.0, there is an XSS vulnerability on Mautic's password reset page where a vulnerable parameter, "bundle," in the URL could allow an attacker to execute Javascript code. The attacker would be required to convince or trick the target into clicking a password reset URL with the vulnerable parameter utilized. CVE-2021-27794A vulnerability in the authentication mechanism of Brocade Fabric OS versions before Brocade Fabric OS v.9.0.1a, v8.2.3a and v7.4.2h could allow a user to Login with empty password, and invalid password through telnet, ssh and REST. CVE-2021-27651In versions 8.2.1 through 8.5.2 of Pega Infinity, the password reset functionality for local accounts can be used to bypass local authentication checks. CVE-2021-27644In Apache DolphinScheduler before 1.3.6 versions, authorized users can use SQL injection in the data source center. (Only applicable to MySQL data source with internal login account password) CVE-2021-27583** UNSUPPORTED WHEN ASSIGNED ** In Directus 8.x through 8.8.1, an attacker can discover whether a user is present in the database through the password reset feature. NOTE: This vulnerability only affects products that are no longer supported by the maintainer. CVE-2021-27572An issue was discovered in Emote Remote Mouse through 4.0.0.0. Authentication Bypass can occur via Packet Replay. Remote unauthenticated users can execute arbitrary code via crafted UDP packets even when passwords are set. CVE-2021-27495Ypsomed mylife Cloud, mylife Mobile Application:Ypsomed mylife Cloud,All versions prior to 1.7.2,Ypsomed mylife App,All versions prior to 1.7.5,he Ypsomed mylife Cloud reflects the user password during the login process after redirecting the user from a HTTPS endpoint to a Window 8.1 Product Key With Activation 100% Working Full Download 2021 endpoint. CVE-2021-27491Ypsomed mylife Cloud, mylife Mobile Application:Ypsomed mylife Cloud,All versions prior to 1.7.2,Ypsomed mylife App,All versions prior to 1.7.5,The Ypsomed mylife Cloud discloses password hashes during the registration process. CVE-2021-27485ZOLL Defibrillator Dashboard, v prior to 2.2,The application allows users to store their passwords in a recoverable format, which could allow an attacker to retrieve the credentials from the web browser. CVE-2021-27452The software contains a hard-coded password that could allow an attacker to take control of the merging unit using these hard-coded credentials on the MU320E (all firmware versions prior to v04A00.1). CVE-2021-27440The software contains a hard-coded password it uses for its own inbound authentication or for outbound communication to external components on the Reason DR60 (all firmware versions prior to 02A04.1). CVE-2021-27438The software contains a hard-coded password it uses for its own inbound authentication or for outbound communication to external components on the Reason DR60 (all firmware versions prior to 02A04.1). CVE-2021-27437The affected product allows attackers to obtain sensitive information from the WISE-PaaS dashboard. The system contains a hard-coded administrator username and password that can be used to query Grafana APIs. Authentication is not required for exploitation on the WISE-PaaS/RMM (versions prior to 9.0.1). CVE-2021-27372Realtek xPON RTL9601D SDK 1.9 stores passwords in plaintext which may allow attackers to possibly gain access to the device with root permissions via the build-in network monitoring tool and execute arbitrary commands. CVE-2021-27328Yeastar NeoGate TG400 91.3.0.3 devices are affected by Directory Traversal. An authenticated user can decrypt firmware and can read sensitive information, such as a password or decryption key. CVE-2021-27233An issue was discovered in Mutare Voice (EVM) 3.x before 3.3.8. On the admin portal of the web application, password information for external systems is visible in cleartext. The Settings.asp page is affected by this issue. CVE-2021-27194Cleartext transmission of sensitive information in Netop Vision Pro up to and including 9.7.1 allows a remote unauthenticated attacker to gather credentials including Windows login usernames and passwords. CVE-2021-27187The Sovremennye Delovye Tekhnologii FX Aggregator terminal client 1 stores authentication credentials in cleartext in login.sav when the Save Password box is checked. CVE-2021-27178An issue was discovered on FiberHome HG6245D devices through RP2613. Some passwords are stored in cleartext in nvram. CVE-2021-27176An issue was discovered on FiberHome HG6245D devices through RP2613. wifictl_5g.cfg has cleartext passwords and 0644 permissions. CVE-2021-27175An issue was discovered on FiberHome HG6245D devices through RP2613. wifictl_2g.cfg has cleartext passwords and 0644 permissions. CVE-2021-27174An issue was discovered on FiberHome HG6245D devices through RP2613. wifi_custom.cfg has cleartext passwords and 0644 permissions. CVE-2021-27172An issue was discovered on FiberHome HG6245D devices through RP2613. A hardcoded GEPON password for root is defined inside /etc/init.d/system-config.sh. CVE-2021-27169An issue was discovered on FiberHome AN5506-04-FA devices with firmware RP2631. There is a gepon password for the gepon account. CVE-2021-27168An issue was discovered on FiberHome HG6245D devices through RP2613, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. There is a 6GFJdY4aAuUKJjdtSn7d password for the rdsadmin account. CVE-2021-27167An issue was discovered on FiberHome HG6245D devices through RP2613. There is a password of four hexadecimal characters for the admin account, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. These characters are generated in init_3bb_password in libci_adaptation_layer.so. CVE-2021-27166An issue was discovered on FiberHome HG6245D devices through RP2613. The password for the enable command is gpon. CVE-2021-27140An issue was discovered on FiberHome HG6245D devices through RP2613. It is possible to find passwords and authentication cookies stored in cleartext in the web.log HTTP logs, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. CVE-2021-26928** DISPUTED ** BIRD through 2.0.7 does not provide functionality for password authentication of BGP peers. Because of this, products that use BIRD (which may, for example, include Tigera products in some configurations, as well as products of other vendors) may have been susceptible to route redirection for Denial of Service and/or Information Disclosure. NOTE: a researcher has asserted that the behavior is within Tigera&#8217;s area of responsibility; however, Tigera disagrees. CVE-2021-26832Cross Site Scripting (XSS) in the "Reset Password" page form of Priority Enterprise Management System v8.00 allows attackers to execute javascript on behalf of the victim by sending a malicious URL or directing the victim to a malicious site. CVE-2021-26705An issue was discovered in SquareBox CatDV Server through 9.2. An attacker can invoke sensitive RMI methods such as getConnections without authentication, the results of which can be used to generate valid authentication tokens. These tokens can then be used to invoke administrative tasks within the application, such as disclosing password hashes. CVE-2021-26550An issue was discovered in SmartFoxServer 2.17.0. Cleartext password disclosure can occur via /config/server.xml. CVE-2021-26294An issue was discovered in AfterLogic Aurora through 7.7.9 and WebMail Pro through 7.7.9. They allow directory traversal to read files (such as a data/settings/settings.xml file containing admin panel credentials), as demonstrated by dav/server.php/files/personal/%2e%2e when using the caldav_public_user account (with caldav_public_user as its password). CVE-2021-26267cPanel before 92.0.9 allows a MySQL user (who has an old-style password hash) to bypass suspension (SEC-579). CVE-2021-26117The optional ActiveMQ LDAP login module can be configured to use anonymous access to the LDAP server. In this case, for Apache ActiveMQ Artemis prior to version 2.16.0 and Apache ActiveMQ prior to versions 5.16.1 and 5.15.14, the anonymous context is used to verify a valid users password in error, resulting in no check on the password. CVE-2021-26037An issue was discovered in Joomla! 2.5.0 through 3.9.27. CMS functions did not properly termine existing user sessions when a user's password was changed or the user was blocked. CVE-2021-25980In Talkyard, versions v0.04.01 through v0.6.74-WIP-63220cb, v0.2020.22-WIP-b2e97fe0e through v0.2021.02-WIP-879ef3fe1 and tyse-v0.2021.02-879ef3fe1-regular through tyse-v0.2021.28-af66b6905-regular, are vulnerable to Host Header Injection. By luring a victim application-user to click on a link, an unauthenticated attacker can use the &#8220;forgot password&#8221; functionality to reset the victim&#8217;s password and successfully take over their account. CVE-2021-25970Camaleon CMS 0.1.7 to 2.6.0 doesn&#8217;t terminate the active session of the users, even after the admin changes the user&#8217;s password. A user that was already logged in, will still have access to the application even after the password was changed. CVE-2021-25966In &#8220;Orchard core CMS&#8221; application, versions 1.0.0-beta1-3383 to 1.0.0 are vulnerable to an improper session termination after password change. When a password has been changed by the user or by an administrator, a user that was already logged in, will still have access to the application even after the password was changed. CVE-2021-25961In &#8220;SuiteCRM&#8221; application, v7.1.7 through v7.10.31 and v7.11-beta through v7.11.20 fail to properly invalidate password reset links that is associated with a deleted user id, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, which makes it possible for account takeover of any newly created user with the same user id. CVE-2021-25959In OpenCRX, versions v4.0.0 through v5.1.0 are vulnerable to reflected Cross-site Scripting (XSS), due to unsanitized parameters in the password reset functionality. This allows execution of external javascript files on any user of 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen openCRX instance. CVE-2021-25958In Apache Ofbiz, versions v17.12.01 to v17.12.07 implement a try catch exception to handle errors at multiple locations but leaks out sensitive table info which may aid the attacker for further recon. A user can register with a very long password, but when he tries to login with it an exception occurs. CVE-2021-25957In &#8220;Dolibarr&#8221; application, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, v2.8.1 to v13.0.2 are vulnerable to account takeover via password reset functionality. A low privileged attacker can reset the password of any user in the application using the password reset link the user received through email when requested for a forgotten password. CVE-2021-25956In &#8220;Dolibarr&#8221; application, v3.3.beta1_20121221 to v13.0.2 have &#8220;Modify&#8221; access for admin level users to change other user&#8217;s details but fails to validate already existing &#8220;Login&#8221; name, while renaming the user &#8220;Login&#8221. This leads to complete account takeover of the victim user. This happens since the password gets overwritten for the victim user having a similar login name. CVE-2021-25940In ArangoDB, versions v3.7.6 through v3.8.3 are vulnerable to Insufficient Session Expiration. When a user&#8217;s password is changed by the administrator, the session isn&#8217;t invalidated, allowing a malicious user to still be logged in and perform arbitrary actions within the system. CVE-2021-25923In OpenEMR, versions 5.0.0 to 6.0.0.1 are vulnerable to weak password requirements as it does not enforce a maximum password length limit. If a malicious user is aware of the first 72 characters of the victim user&#8217;s password, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, he can leverage it to an account takeover. CVE-2021-25898An issue was discovered in svc-login.php in Void Aural Rec Monitor 9.0.0.1. Passwords are stored in unencrypted source-code text files, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. This was noted when accessing the svc-login.php file. The value is used to authenticate a high-privileged user upon authenticating with the server. CVE-2021-25874AVideo/YouPHPTube AVideo/YouPHPTube 10.0 and prior is affected by a SQL Injection SQL injection in the catName parameter which allows a remote unauthenticated attacker to retrieve databases information such as application passwords hashes. CVE-2021-25863Open5GS 2.1.3 listens on 0.0.0.0:3000 and has a default password of 1423 for the admin account. CVE-2021-25839A weak password requirement vulnerability exists in the Create New User function of MintHCM RELEASE 3.0.8, which could lead an attacker to easier password brute-forcing. CVE-2021-25688Under certain conditions, Teradici PCoIP Agents for Windows prior to version 20.10.0 and Teradici PCoIP Agents for Linux prior to version 21.01.0 may log parts of a user's password in the application logs. CVE-2021-25672A vulnerability has been identified in Mendix Forgot Password Appstore module (All Versions < V3.2.1), 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. The Forgot Password Marketplace module does not properly control access. An attacker could take over accounts. CVE-2021-25423Improper log management vulnerability in Watch Active2 PlugIn prior to 2.2.08.21033151 version allows attacker with log permissions to leak Wi-Fi password connected to the user smartphone via log. CVE-2021-25422Improper log management vulnerability in Watch Active PlugIn prior to version 2.2.07.21033151 allows attacker with log permissions to leak Wi-Fi password connected to the user smartphone within log. CVE-2021-25421Improper log management vulnerability in Galaxy Watch3 PlugIn prior to version 2.2.09.21033151 allows attacker with log permissions to leak Wi-Fi password connected to the user smartphone within log. CVE-2021-25420Improper log management vulnerability in Galaxy Watch PlugIn prior to version 2.2.05.21033151 allows attacker with log permissions to leak Wi-Fi password connected to the user smartphone within log. CVE-2021-25351Improper Access Control in EmailValidationView in Samsung Account prior to version 10.7.0.7 and 12.1.1.3 allows physically proximate attackers to log out user account on device without user password. CVE-2021-25326Skyworth Digital Technology RN510 V.3.1.0.4 is affected by an incorrect access control vulnerability in/cgi-bin/test_version.asp. If Wi-Fi is connected but an unauthenticated user visits a URL, the SSID password and web UI password may be disclosed. CVE-2021-25323The default setting of MISP 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen did not enable the requirements (aka require_password_confirmation) to provide the previous password when changing a password. CVE-2021-25309The telnet administrator service running on port 650 on Gigaset DX600A v41.00-175 devices does not implement any lockout or throttling functionality. This situation (together with the weak password policy that forces a 4-digit password) allows remote attackers to easily obtain administrative access via brute-force attacks. CVE-2021-25276In SolarWinds Serv-U before 15.2.2 Hotfix 1, there is a directory containing user profile files (that include users' password hashes) that is world readable and writable. An unprivileged Windows user (having access to the server's filesystem) can 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen an FTP user by copying a valid profile file to this directory. For example, if this profile sets up a user with a C:\ home directory, then the attacker obtains access to read or replace arbitrary files with LocalSystem privileges. CVE-2021-25275SolarWinds Orion Platform before 2020.2.4, as used by various SolarWinds products, installs and uses a SQL Server backend, and stores database credentials to access this backend in a file readable by unprivileged users. As a result, any user having access to the filesystem can read database login details from that file, including the login name and its associated password. Then, the credentials can be used to get database owner access to the SWNetPerfMon.DB database. This gives access to the data collected by SolarWinds applications, and leads to admin access to the applications by inserting or changing authentication data stored in the Accounts table of the database. CVE-2021-25251The Trend Micro Security 2020 and 2021 families of consumer products are vulnerable to a code injection vulnerability which could allow an attacker to disable the program's password protection and disable protection. An attacker must already have administrator privileges on the machine to exploit this vulnerability. CVE-2021-24884The Formidable Form Builder WordPress plugin before 4.09.05 allows to inject certain HTML Tags like <audio>,<video>,<img>,<a> and<button>.This could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to exploit a HTML-injection byinjecting a malicous link. The HTML-injection may trick authenticated users to follow the link. If the Link gets clicked, Javascript code can be executed. The vulnerability is due to insufficient sanitization of the "data-frmverify" tag for links in the web-based entry inspection page of affected systems. A successful exploitation incomibantion with CSRF could allow the attacker to perform arbitrary actions on an affected system with the privileges of the user. These actions include stealing the users account by changing their password or allowing attackers to submit their own code through an authenticated user resulting in Remote Code Execution. If an authenticated user who is able to edit Wordpress PHP Code in any kind, clicks the malicious link, PHP code can be edited. CVE-2021-24851The Insert Pages WordPress plugin before 3.7.0 allows users with a role as low as Contributor to access content and metadata from arbitrary posts/pages regardless of their author and status (ie private), using a shortcode. Password protected posts/pages are not affected by such issue. CVE-2021-24661The PostX &#8211; Gutenberg Blocks for Post Grid WordPress plugin before 2.4.10, with Saved Templates Addon enabled, allows users with Contributor roles or higher to read password-protected or private post contents the user is otherwise unable to read, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, given the post ID, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. CVE-2021-24651The Poll Maker WordPress hitman pro full Archives before 3.4.2 allows unauthenticated users to perform SQL injection via the ays_finish_poll AJAX action. While the result is not disclosed in the response, it is possible to use a timing attack to exfiltrate data such as password hash. CVE-2021-24635The Visual Link Preview WordPress plugin before 2.2.3 does not enforce authorisation on several AJAX actions and has the CSRF nonce displayed for all authenticated users, allowing any authenticated user (such as subscriber) to call them and 1) Get and search through title and content of Draft post, 2) Get title of a password-protected post as well as 3) Upload an image from an URL CVE-2021-24585The Timetable and Event Schedule WordPress plugin before 2.4.0 outputs the Hashed Password, Username and Email Address (along other less sensitive data) of the user related to the Even Head of the Timeslot in the response when requesting the event Timeslot data with a user with the edit_posts capability. Combined with the other Unauthorised Event Timeslot Modification issue (https://wpscan.com/reports/submissions/4699/) where an arbitrary user ID can be set, this could allow low privilege users with the edit_posts capability (such as author) to retrieve sensitive User data by iterating over the user_id CVE-2021-24527The User Registration & User Profile &#8211; Profile Builder WordPress plugin before 3.4.9 has a bug allowing any user to reset the password of the admin of the blog, and gain unauthorised access, due to a bypass in the way the reset key is checked. Furthermore, the admin will not be notified of such change by email for example. CVE-2021-24359The Plus Addons for Elementor Page Builder WordPress plugin before 4.1.11 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen not properly check that a user requesting a password reset was the legitimate user, allowing an attacker to send an arbitrary reset password email to a registered user on behalf of the WordPress site. Such issue could be chained with an open redirect (CVE-2021-24358) in version below 4.1.10, to include a crafted password reset link in the email, which would lead to an account takeover. CVE-2021-24170The REST API endpoint get_users in the User Profile Picture WordPress plugin before 2.5.0 returned more information than was required for its functionality to users with the upload_files capability. This included password hashes, hashed user activation keys, usernames, emails, and other less sensitive information. CVE-2021-24024A clear text storage of sensitive information into log file vulnerability in FortiADCManager 5.3.0 and below, 5.2.1 and below and FortiADC 5.3.7 and below may allow a remote authenticated attacker to read other local users' password in log files. CVE-2021-23921An issue was discovered in Devolutions Server before 2020.3. There is broken access control on Password List entry elements. CVE-2021-23896Cleartext Transmission of Sensitive Information vulnerability in the administrator interface of McAfee Database Security (DBSec) prior to 4.8.2 allows an administrator to view the unencrypted password of the McAfee Insights Server used to pass data to the Insights Server. This user is restricted to only have access to DBSec data in the Insights Server. CVE-2021-23884Cleartext Transmission of Sensitive Information vulnerability in the ePO Extension of McAfee Content Security Reporter (CSR) prior to 2.8.0 allows an ePO administrator to view the unencrypted password of the McAfee Web Gateway (MWG) or 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen password of the McAfee Web Gateway Cloud Server (MWGCS) read only user used to retrieve log files for analysis in CSR. CVE-2021-23858Information disclosure: The main configuration, including users and their hashed passwords, is exposed by an unprotected web server resource and can be accessed without authentication. Additionally, device details are exposed which include the serial number and the firmware version by another unprotected web server resource. CVE-2021-23857Login with hash: The login routine 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen the client to log in to the system not by using the password, but by using the hash of the password. Combined with CVE-2021-23858, this allows an attacker to subsequently login to the system. CVE-2021-23855The user and password data base is exposed by an unprotected web server resource. Passwords are hashed with a weak hashing algorithm and therefore allow an attacker to determine the password by using rainbow tables. CVE-2021-23846When using http protocol, the user password is transmitted as a clear text parameter for which it is possible to be obtained by an attacker through a MITM attack. This will be fixed starting from Firmware version 3.11.5, which 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen be released on the 30th of June, 2021. CVE-2021-23019The NGINX Controller 2.0.0 thru 2.9.0 and 3.x before 3.15.0 Administrator password may be exposed in the systemd.txt file that is included in the NGINX support package. CVE-2021-22951Unauthorized individuals could view password protected files using view_inline in Concrete CMS (previously concrete 5) prior to version 8.5.7. Concrete CMS now checks to see if a file has a password in view_inline and, if it does, the file is not rendered.For version 8.5.6, the following mitigations were put in place a. restricting file types for view_inline to images only b. putting a warning in the file manager to advise users.Credit for discovery: "Solar Security Research Team"Concrete CMS security team CVSS scoring is 5.3: AV:N/AC:L/PR:N/UI:N/S:U/C:L/I:N/A:NThis fix is also in Concrete version 9.0.0 CVE-2021-22923When curl is instructed to get content using the metalink feature, and a user name and password are used to download the metalink XML file, those same credentials are then subsequently passed on to each of the servers from which curl will download or try to download the contents from. Often contrary to the user's expectations and intentions and without telling the user it happened, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. CVE-2021-22780Insufficiently Protected Credentials vulnerability exists in EcoStruxure Control Expert (all versions prior to V15.0 SP1, including all versions of Unity Pro), EcoStruxure Process Expert (all versions, including all versions of EcoStruxure Hybrid DCS), and SCADAPack RemoteConnect for x70, all versions, that could cause unauthorized access to a project file protected by a password when this file is shared with untrusted sources. An attacker may bypass the password protection and be able to view and modify a project file. CVE-2021-22773A CWE-620: Unverified Password Change vulnerability exists in EVlink City (EVC1S22P4 / EVC1S7P4 all versions 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen to R8 V3.4.0.1), EVlink Parking (EVW2 / EVF2 / EV.2 all versions prior to R8 V3.4.0.1), and EVlink Smart Wallbox (EVB1A all versions prior to R8 V3.4.0.1 ) that could allow an attacker connected to the charging station web server to modify the password of a user. CVE-2021-22763A CWE-640: Weak Password Recovery Mechanism for Forgotten Password 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen exists in PowerLogic PM55xx, PowerLogic PM8ECC, PowerLogic EGX100 and PowerLogic EGX300 (see security notification for version infromation) that could allow an attacker administrator level access to a device. CVE-2021-22741Use of Password Hash with Insufficient Computational Effort vulnerability exists in ClearSCADA (all versions), EcoStruxure Geo SCADA Expert 2019 (all versions), and EcoStruxure Geo SCADA Expert 2020 (V83.7742.1 and prior), which could cause the revealing of account credentials when server database files are available. Exposure of these files to an attacker can make the system vulnerable to password decryption attacks. Note that &#8220.sde&#8221; configuration export files do not contain user account password hashes. CVE-2021-22731Weak Password Recovery Mechanism for Forgotten Password vulnerability exists on Modicon Managed Switch MCSESM* and MCSESP* V8.21 and prior which could cause an unauthorized password change through HTTP / HTTPS when basic user information is known by a remote attacker. CVE-2021-22729A CWE-259: Use of Hard-coded Password vulnerability exists in EVlink City (EVC1S22P4 / EVC1S7P4 all versions prior to R8 V3.4.0.1), 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, EVlink Parking (EVW2 / EVF2 / EV.2 all versions prior to R8 V3.4.0.1), and EVlink Smart Wallbox (EVB1A all versions prior to R8 V3.4.0.1 ) that could allow an attacker to gain unauthorized administrative privileges when accessing to the charging station web server, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. CVE-2021-22669Incorrect permissions are set to default on the &#8216;Project Management&#8217; page of WebAccess/SCADA portal of WebAccess/SCADA Versions 9.0.1 and prior, which may allow a low-privileged user to update an administrator&#8217;s password and login as an administrator to escalate privileges on the system. CVE-2021-22661Changing the password on the module webpage does not require the user to type in the current 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen first. Thus, the password could be changed by a user or external process without knowledge of the current password on the ICX35-HWC-A and ICX35-HWC-E (Versions 1.9.62 and prior). CVE-2021-22221An issue has been discovered in GitLab affecting all versions starting from 12.9.0 before 13.10.5, all versions starting from 13.11.0 before 13.11.5, all versions starting from 13.12.0 before 13.12.2. Insufficient expired password validation in various operations allow user to maintain limited access after their password expired CVE-2021-22115Cloud Controller API versions prior to 1.106.0 logs service broker credentials if the default value of db logging config field is changed. CAPI database logs service broker password in plain text whenever a job to clean up orphaned items is run by Cloud Controller. CVE-2021-22003VMware Workspace ONE Access and Identity Manager, unintentionally provide a login interface on port 7443, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. A malicious actor with network access to port 7443 may attempt user enumeration or brute force the login endpoint, which may or may not be practical based on lockout policy configuration and password complexity for the target account. CVE-2021-21820A hard-coded password vulnerability exists in the Libcli Test Environment functionality of D-LINK DIR-3040 1.13B03. A specially crafted network request can lead to code execution. An attacker can send a sequence of requests to trigger this vulnerability. CVE-2021-21818A hard-coded password vulnerability exists in the Zebra IP Routing Manager functionality of D-LINK DIR-3040 1.13B03. A specially crafted network request can lead to a denial of service. An attacker can send a sequence of requests to trigger this vulnerability. CVE-2021-21705In PHP versions 7.3.x below 7.3.29, 7.4.x below 7.4.21 and 8.0.x below 8.0.8, when using URL validation functionality via filter_var() 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen with FILTER_VALIDATE_URL parameter, an URL with invalid password field can be accepted as valid. This can lead to the code incorrectly parsing the URL and potentially leading to other security implications - like contacting a wrong server or making a wrong access decision. CVE-2021-21681Jenkins Nomad Plugin 0.7.4 and earlier stores Docker passwords unencrypted in the global config.xml file on the Jenkins controller where they can be viewed by users with access to the Jenkins controller file system. CVE-2021-21665A cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability in Jenkins XebiaLabs XL Deploy Plugin 10.0.1 and earlier allows attackers to connect to an attacker-specified URL using attacker-specified credentials IDs obtained through another method, capturing Username/password credentials stored in Jenkins. CVE-2021-21664An incorrect permission check in Jenkins XebiaLabs XL Deploy Plugin 10.0.1 and earlier allows attackers with Generic Create permission to connect to an attacker-specified URL using attacker-specified credentials IDs obtained through another method, capturing Username/password credentials stored in Jenkins. CVE-2021-21663A missing permission check in Jenkins XebiaLabs XL Deploy Plugin 7.5.8 and earlier allows attackers with Overall/Read permission to connect to an attacker-specified URL using attacker-specified credentials IDs obtained through another method, capturing Username/password credentials stored in Jenkins. CVE-2021-21655A cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability in Jenkins P4 Plugin 1.11.4 and earlier allows attackers to connect to an attacker-specified Perforce server using attacker-specified username and password. CVE-2021-21654Jenkins P4 Plugin 1.11.4 and earlier does not perform permission checks in multiple HTTP endpoints, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, allowing attackers with Overall/Read permission to connect to an attacker-specified Perforce server using attacker-specified username and password. CVE-2021-21634Jenkins Jabber (XMPP) notifier and control Plugin 1.41 and earlier stores passwords unencrypted in its global configuration file on the Jenkins controller where they can be viewed by users with access to the Jenkins controller file system. CVE-2021-21591Dell EMC Unity, Unity XT, and UnityVSA versions prior to 5.1.0.0.5.394 contain a plain-text password storage vulnerability. A local malicious user with high privileges may use the exposed password to gain access with the privileges of the compromised user, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. CVE-2021-21590Dell EMC Unity, Unity XT, and UnityVSA versions prior to 5.1.0.0.5.394 contain a plain-text password storage vulnerability. A local malicious user with high privileges may use the exposed password to gain access with the privileges of the compromised user. CVE-2021-21547Dell EMC Unity, UnityVSA, and Unity XT versions prior to 5.0.7.0.5.008 contain a plain-text password storage vulnerability when the Dell Upgrade Readiness Utility is run on the system. The credentials of the Unisphere Administrator are stored in plain text. A local malicious user with high privileges may use the exposed password to gain access with the privileges of the compromised user. CVE-2021-21522Dell BIOS contains a Credentials Management issue. A local authenticated malicious user may potentially exploit this vulnerability to gain access to sensitive information on an NVMe storage by resetting the BIOS password on the system via the Manageability Interface. CVE-2021-21507Dell EMC Networking X-Series firmware versions prior to 3.0.1.8 and Dell EMC PowerEdge VRTX Switch Module firmware versions prior to 2.0.0.82 contain a Weak Password Encryption Vulnerability, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. A remote unauthenticated attacker could potentially exploit this vulnerability, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, leading to the disclosure of certain user credentials. The attacker may be able to use the exposed credentials to access the vulnerable system with privileges of the compromised account. CVE-2021-21495MK-AUTH through 19.01 K4.9 allows CSRF for password changes via the central/executar_central.php?acao=altsenha_princ URI, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. CVE-2021-21482SAP NetWeaver Master Data Management, versions - 710, 710.750, allows a malicious unauthorized user with access to the MDM Server subnet to find the password using a brute force method. If successful, the attacker could obtain access to highly sensitive data and MDM administrative privileges leading to information disclosure vulnerability thereby affecting the confidentiality and integrity of the application. This happens when security guidelines and recommendations concerning administrative accounts of an SAP NetWeaver Master Data Management installation have not been thoroughly reviewed. CVE-2021-21472SAP Software Provisioning Manager 1.0 (SAP NetWeaver Master Data Management Server 7.1) does not have an option to set password during its installation, this allows an authenticated attacker to perform various security attacks like Directory Traversal, Password Brute force Attack, SMB Relay attack, Security Downgrade. CVE-2021-21469When security guidelines for SAP NetWeaver Master Data Management running on windows have not been thoroughly reviewed, it might be possible for an external operator to try and set custom paths in the MDS server configuration. When no adequate protection has been enforced on any level (e.g., MDS Server password not set, network and OS configuration not properly secured, etc.), a malicious user might define UNC paths which could then be exploited to put the system at risk using a so-called SMB relay attack and obtain highly sensitive data, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, which leads to Information Disclosure. CVE-2021-21416django-registration is a user registration package for Django. The django-registration package provides tools for implementing user-account registration flows in the Django web framework. In django-registration prior to 3.1.2, the base user-account registration view did not properly apply filters to sensitive data, with the result that sensitive data could be included in error reports rather than removed automatically by Django. Triggering this requires: A site is using django-registration < 3.1.2, The site has detailed error reports (such as Django's emailed error reports to site staff/developers) enabled and a server-side error (HTTP 5xx) occurs during an attempt by a user to register an account. Under these conditions, recipients of the detailed error report will see all submitted data from the account-registration attempt, which may include the user's proposed credentials (such as a password). CVE-2021-21369Hyperledger Besu is an open-source, MainNet compatible, Ethereum client written in Java. 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Besu before version 1.5.1 there is a denial-of-service vulnerability involving the HTTP JSON-RPC API service. If username and password authentication is enabled for the HTTP JSON-RPC API service, then prior to making any requests to an API endpoint the requestor must use the login endpoint to obtain a JSON web token (JWT) using their credentials. A single user can readily overload the login endpoint with invalid requests (incorrect password). As the supplied password is checked for validity on the main vertx event loop and takes a relatively long time this can cause the processing of other valid requests to fail. A valid username is required for this vulnerability to be exposed. This has been fixed in version 1.5.1. CVE-2021-21352Anuko Time Tracker is an open source, web-based time tracking application written in PHP. In TimeTracker before version 1.19.24.5415 tokens used in password reset feature in Time Tracker are based on system 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen and, therefore, are predictable. This opens a window for brute force attacks to guess user tokens and, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, once successful, change user passwords, including that of a system administrator. This vulnerability is pathced in version 1.19.24.5415 (started to use more secure tokens) with an additional improvement in 1.19.24.5416 (limited an available window for brute force token guessing). CVE-2021-21332Synapse is a Matrix reference homeserver written in python (pypi package matrix-synapse). Matrix is an ecosystem for open federated Instant Messaging and VoIP. In Synapse before version 1.27.0, the password reset endpoint served via Synapse was Counter-Strike Source Download For PC to cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks. The impact depends on the configuration of the domain that Synapse is deployed on, but may allow access to cookies and other browser data, CSRF vulnerabilities, and access to other resources served on the same domain or parent domains. This is fixed in version 1.27.0. CVE-2021-21319Galette is a membership management web application geared towards non profit organizations. In versions prior to 0.9.5, malicious javascript code can be stored to be displayed later on self subscription page. The self subscription feature can be disabled as a workaround (this is the default state). Malicious javascript code can be executed (not stored) on login and retrieve password pages. This issue is patched in version 0.9.5. CVE-2021-21260Online Invoicing System (OIS) is open source software which is a lean invoicing system for small businesses, consultants and freelancers created using AppGini. In OIS version 4.0 there is a stored XSS which can enables an attacker takeover of the admin account through a payload that extracts a csrf token and sends a request to change password. It has been found that Item description is reflected without sanitization in app/items_view.php which enables the malicious scenario. CVE-2021-21253OnlineVotingSystem is an open source project hosted on GitHub. OnlineVotingSystem before version 1.1.2 hashes user passwords without a salt, which is vulnerable to dictionary attacks. Therefore there is a threat of security breach in the voting system. Without a salt, it is much easier for attackers to pre-compute the hash value using dictionary attack techniques such as rainbow tables to crack passwords. This problem is fixed and published in version 1.1.2. A long randomly generated salt is added to the password hash function to better protect passwords stored in the voting system. CVE-2021-20997In multiple managed switches by WAGO in different 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen it is possible to read out the password hashes of all Web-based Management users. CVE-2021-20992In Fibaro Home Center 2 and Lite devices in all versions provide a web based management interface over unencrypted HTTP protocol, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. Communication between the user and the device can be eavesdropped to hijack sessions, tokens and passwords, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. CVE-2021-20643Improper access control vulnerability in ELECOM LD-PS/U1 allows remote attackers to change the administrative password of the affected device by processing a specially crafted request. CVE-2021-20599Authorization bypass through user-controlled key vulnerability in MELSEC iQ-R series Safety CPU R08/16/32/120SFCPU all versions and MELSEC iQ-R series SIL2 Process CPU R08/16/32/120PSFCPU all versions allows an remote unauthenticated attacker to login to a target CPU module by obtaining credentials other than password. CVE-2021-20598Overly Restrictive Account Lockout Mechanism vulnerability in Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC iQ-R series CPU modules (R08/16/32/120SFCPU all versions, R08/16/32/120PSFCPU all versions) allows a remote unauthenticated attacker to lockout a legitimate user by continuously trying login with incorrect password. CVE-2021-20597Insufficiently Protected Credentials vulnerability in Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC iQ-R series CPU modules (R08/16/32/120SFCPU all versions, R08/16/32/120PSFCPU all versions) allows a remote unauthenticated attacker to login to 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen target unauthorizedly by sniffing network traffic and obtaining credentials when registering user information in the target or changing a password. CVE-2021-20537IBM Security Verify Access Docker 10.0.0 contains hard-coded credentials, such as a password or cryptographic key, which it uses for its own inbound authentication, outbound communication to external components, or encryption of internal data. IBM X-Force ID:198918 CVE-2021-20488IBM Security Identity Manager 6.0.2 could allow an authenticated malicious user to change the passwords of other users in the Windows AD environment when IBM Security Identity Manager Windows Password Synch Plug-in is deployed and configured. IBM X-Force ID: 197789. CVE-2021-20442IBM Security Verify Bridge contains hard-coded credentials, such as a password or cryptographic key, which it uses for its own inbound authentication, outbound communication to external components, or encryption of internal data. IBM X-Force ID: 196618. CVE-2021-20426IBM Security Guardium 11.2 contains hard-coded credentials, such as a password or cryptographic key, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, which it uses for its own inbound authentication, outbound communication to external components, or encryption of internal data. IBM X-Force ID: 196313. CVE-2021-20418IBM Security Guardium 11.2 does not require that users should have strong passwords by default, which makes it easier for attackers to compromise user accounts. IBM X-Force ID: 196279. CVE-2021-20412IBM Security Verify Information Queue 1.0.6 and 1.0.7 contains hard-coded credentials, such as a password or cryptographic key, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen it uses for its own inbound authentication, outbound communication to external components, or encryption of internal data. IBM X-Force ID: 198192. CVE-2021-20401IBM QRadar SIEM 7.3 and 7.4 contains hard-coded credentials, such as a password or cryptographic key, which it uses for its own inbound authentication, outbound 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen to external components, or encryption of internal data. IBM X-Force ID: 196075. CVE-2021-20262A flaw was found in Keycloak 12.0.0 where re-authentication does not occur while updating the password. This flaw allows an attacker to take over an account if they can obtain temporary, physical access to a user&#8217;s browser. The highest threat from this vulnerability is to confidentiality, integrity, as well as system availability. CVE-2021-20259A flaw was found in the Foreman project. The Proxmox compute resource exposes the password through the API to an authenticated local attacker with view_hosts permission. The highest threat from this vulnerability is to data confidentiality and integrity as well as system availability. Versions before foreman_fog_proxmox 0.13.1 are affected CVE-2021-20256A flaw was found in Red Hat Satellite. The BMC interface exposes the password through the API to an authenticated local attacker with view_hosts permission. The highest threat from this vulnerability is to data confidentiality and integrity as well as system availability. CVE-2021-20120The administration web interface for the Arris Surfboard SB8200 lacks any protections against cross-site request forgery attacks. This means that an attacker could make configuration changes (such as changing the administrative password) without the consent of the user. CVE-2021-20119The password change utility for the Arris SurfBoard SB8200 can have safety measures bypassed that allow any logged-in user to change the administrator password. CVE-2021-20113An exposure of sensitive information vulnerability exists in TCExam <= 14.8.1. If a password reset request was made for an email address that was not registered with a user then we would be presented dll suite crack Archives an &#8216;unknown email&#8217; error. If an email is given that is registered with a user then this error will not appear. A malicious actor could abuse this to enumerate the email addresses of CVE-2021-20025SonicWall Email Security Virtual Appliance version 10.0.9 and earlier versions contain a default username and a password that is used at initial setup. An attacker could exploit this transitional/temporary user account from the trusted domain to access the Virtual Appliance remotely only when the device is freshly installed and not connected to Mysonicwall. CVE-2021-20016A SQL-Injection vulnerability in the SonicWall SSLVPN SMA100 product allows a remote unauthenticated attacker to perform SQL query to access username password and other session related information. This vulnerability impacts SMA100 build version 10.x. CVE-2021-1865An issue obscuring passwords in screenshots was addressed with improved logic. This issue is fixed in iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. A user's password may be visible on screen. CVE-2021-1589A vulnerability in the disaster recovery feature of Cisco SD-WAN vManage Software could allow an authenticated, remote attacker to gain unauthorized access to user credentials. This vulnerability exists because access to API endpoints is not properly restricted. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by sending a request to an API endpoint. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to gain unauthorized access to administrative credentials that could be used in further attacks. CVE-2021-1522A vulnerability in the change password API of Cisco Connected Mobile Experiences (CMX) could allow an authenticated, remote attacker to alter their own password to a value that does not comply with the strong authentication requirements that are configured on an affected device. This vulnerability exists because a password policy check is incomplete at the time a password is changed at server side using the API. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by sending a specially crafted API request to the affected device. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to change their own password to a value that does not comply with the configured strong authentication requirements. CVE-2021-1516A vulnerability in the web-based management interface of Cisco AsyncOS Software for Cisco Content Security Management Appliance (SMA), Cisco Email Security Appliance (ESA), and Cisco Web Security Appliance (WSA) could allow an authenticated, remote attacker to access sensitive information on an affected device. The vulnerability exists because confidential information is included in HTTP requests that are exchanged between the user and the device. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by looking at the raw HTTP requests that are sent to the interface. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to obtain some of the passwords that are configured throughout the interface. CVE-2021-1447A vulnerability in the user account management system of Cisco AsyncOS for Cisco Content Security Management Appliance (SMA) could allow an authenticated, local attacker to elevate their privileges to root, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. This vulnerability is due to a procedural flaw in the 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen generation algorithm. An 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen could exploit this vulnerability by enabling specific Administrator-only features and connecting to the appliance through the CLI with elevated privileges. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to execute arbitrary commands as root and access the underlying operating system. To 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen this vulnerability, the attacker must have valid Administrator credentials. CVE-2021-1392A vulnerability in the CLI command permissions of Cisco IOS and Cisco IOS XE Software could allow an authenticated, local attacker to retrieve the password for Common Industrial Protocol (CIP) and then remotely configure the device as an administrative user. This vulnerability exists because incorrect permissions are associated with the show cip security CLI command. An attacker could 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen this vulnerability by issuing the command to retrieve the password for CIP on an affected device. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to reconfigure the device. CVE-2021-1311A vulnerability in the reclaim host role feature of Cisco Webex Meetings and Cisco Webex Meetings Server could allow an authenticated, remote attacker to take over the host role during a meeting. This vulnerability is due to a lack of protection against brute forcing of the host key. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by sending crafted requests to a vulnerable Cisco Webex Meetings or Webex Meetings Server site. A successful exploit would require the attacker to have access to join a Webex meeting, including applicable meeting join links and passwords. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to acquire or take over the host role for a meeting. CVE-2021-1144A vulnerability in Cisco Connected Mobile Experiences (CMX) could allow a remote, authenticated attacker without administrative privileges to alter the password of any user on an affected system. The vulnerability is due to incorrect handling of authorization checks for changing a password. An authenticated attacker without administrative privileges could exploit this vulnerability by sending a modified HTTP request to an affected device. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to alter the passwords of any user on the system, including an administrative user, and then impersonate that user. CVE-2021-0204A sensitive information disclosure vulnerability in delta-export configuration utility (dexp) of Juniper Networks Junos OS may allow a locally authenticated shell user the ability to create and read database files generated by the dexp utility, including password hashes of local users. Since dexp is shipped with setuid permissions enabled and is owned by the root user, this vulnerability may allow a local privileged user the ability to run dexp with root privileges and access sensitive information in the dexp database. This issue affects Juniper Networks Junos OS: 15.1 versions prior to 15.1R7-S8; 15.1X49 versions prior to 15.1X49-D230; 17.3 versions prior to 17.3R3-S9; 17.4 versions prior to 17.4R2-S12, 17.4R3-S3; 18.1 versions prior to 18.1R3-S11; 18.2 versions prior to 18.2R3-S6; 18.2X75 versions prior to 18.2X75-D34; 18.3 versions prior to 18.3R3-S4; 18.4 versions prior to 18.4R2-S7, 18.4R3-S6; 19.1 versions prior to 19.1R1-S6, 19.1R2-S2, 19.1R3-S3; 19.2 versions prior to 19.2R1-S5, 19.2R3-S1; 19.3 versions prior to 19.3R2-S5, 19.3R3-S1; 19.4 versions prior to 19.4R1-S3, 19.4R2-S2, 19.4R3-S1; 20.1 versions prior to 20.1R1-S4, 20.1R2; 20.2 versions prior to 20.2R1-S2, 20.2R2. CVE-2020-9903A logic issue was addressed with improved restrictions. This issue is fixed in iOS 13.6 and iPadOS 13.6, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, Safari 13.1.2, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. A malicious attacker may cause Safari to suggest a password for the wrong domain. CVE-2020-9758An issue was discovered in chat.php in LiveZilla Live Chat 8.0.1.3 (Helpdesk), 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. A blind JavaScript injection lies in the name parameter. Triggering this can fetch the username and passwords of the helpdesk employees in the URI. This leads to a privilege escalation, from unauthenticated to user-level access, leading to full account takeover. The attack fetches multiple credentials because they are stored in the database (stored XSS). This affects the mobile/chat URI via the lgn and psswrd parameters. CVE-2020-9529Firmware developed by Shenzhen Hichip Vision Technology (V6 through V20), as used by many different vendors in millions of Internet of Things devices, suffers from a privilege escalation vulnerability that allows attackers on the 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen network to reset the device's administrator password. This affects products marketed under the following brand names: Accfly, Alptop, Anlink, Besdersec, BOAVISION, COOAU, CPVAN, Ctronics, D3D Security, Dericam, Elex System, Elite Security, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, ENSTER, ePGes, Escam, FLOUREON, GENBOLT, Hongjingtian (HJT), 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, Iegeek, Jecurity, Jennov, KKMoon, LEFTEK, Loosafe, Luowice, Nesuniq, Nettoly, ProElite, QZT, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, Royallite, SDETER, SV3C, SY2L, Tenvis, ThinkValue, TOMLOV, TPTEK, WGCC, and ZILINK. CVE-2020-9487In Apache NiFi 1.0.0 to 1.11.4, the NiFi download token (one-time password) mechanism used a fixed cache size and did not authenticate a request to create a download token, only when attempting to use the token to access the content. An unauthenticated user could repeatedly request download tokens, preventing legitimate users from requesting download tokens. CVE-2020-9477An issue was discovered on HUMAX HGA12R-02 BRGCAA 1.1.53 devices. A vulnerability in the authentication functionality in the web-based interface could allow an unauthenticated remote attacker to capture packets at the time of authentication and gain access to the cleartext password. An attacker could use this access to create a new user account or control the device. CVE-2020-9476ARRIS TG1692A devices allow remote attackers to discover the administrator login name and password by reading the /login page and performing base64 decoding. CVE-2020-9404In PACTware before 4.1 SP6 and 5.x before 5.0.5.31, passwords are stored in an insecure manner, and may be modified by an attacker with no knowledge of the current passwords. CVE-2020-9403In PACTware before 4.1 SP6 and 5.x before 5.0.5.31, passwords are stored in a recoverable format, and may be retrieved by any user with access to the PACTware workstation. CVE-2020-9384** DISPUTED ** An Insecure Direct Object Reference (IDOR) vulnerability in the Change Password feature of Subex ROC Partner Settlement 10.5 allows remote authenticated users to achieve 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen takeover via manipulation of POST parameters. NOTE: This vulnerability may only affect a testing version of the application. CVE-2020-9349The CACAGOO Cloud Storage Intelligent Camera TV-288ZD-2MP with firmware 3.4.2.0919 allows access to the RTSP service without a password. CVE-2020-9347** DISPUTED ** Zoho ManageEngine Password Manager Pro through 10.x has a CSV Excel Macro Injection vulnerability via a crafted name that is mishandled by the Export Passwords feature. NOTE: the vendor disputes the significance of this report because they expect CSV risk mitigation to be provided by an external application, and do not plan to add CSV constraints to their own products. CVE-2020-9346Zoho ManageEngine Password Manager Pro 10.4 and prior has no protection against Cross-site Request Forgery (CSRF) attacks, as demonstrated by changing a user's role. CVE-2020-9337In GolfBuddy Course Manager 1.1, passwords are sent (with base64 encoding) via a GET request. CVE-2020-9306Tesla SolarCity Solar Monitoring Gateway through 5.46.43 has a "Use of Hard-coded Credentials" issue because Digi ConnectPort X2e uses a .pyc file to store the cleartext password for the python user account. CVE-2020-9294An 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. CVE-2020-9289Use of a hard-coded cryptographic key to encrypt password data in CLI configuration in FortiManager 6.2.3 and below, FortiAnalyzer 6.2.3 and below may allow an attacker with access to the CLI configuration or the CLI backup file to decrypt the sensitive data, via knowledge of the hard-coded key. CVE-2020-9277An issue was discovered on D-Link DSL-2640B B2 EU_4.01B devices. Authentication can be bypassed when accessing cgi modules. This allows one to perform administrative tasks (e.g., modify the admin password) with no authentication. CVE-2020-9270ICE Hrm 26.2.0 is vulnerable to CSRF that leads to password reset via service.php. CVE-2020-9266SOPlanning 1.45 is vulnerable to a CSRF attack that allows for arbitrary changing of the admin password via process/xajax_server.php, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. CVE-2020-9028Symmetricom SyncServer S100 2.90.70.3, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, S200 1.30, S250 1.25, S300 2.65.0, and S350 2.80.1 devices allow stored XSS via the newUserName parameter on the "User Creation, Deletion and Password Maintenance" screen (when creating a new user). CVE-2020-9023Iteris Vantage Velocity Field Unit 2.3.1 and 2.4.2 devices have two users that are not documented and are configured with weak passwords (User bluetooth, password bluetooth; User eclipse, password eclipse). Also, bluetooth is the root password. CVE-2020-8994
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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY CRIMES:

ARE PROCEEDS FROM COUNTERFEITED GOODS

FUNDING TERRORISM?

HEARING

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HENRY J. HYDE, Illinois, Chairman

JAMES A. LEACH, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, Iowa

DOUG BEREUTER, Nebraska

CHRISTOPHER H. SMITH, New Jersey,

Vice Chairman

DAN BURTON, Indiana

ELTON GALLEGLY, California

ILEANA ROS-LEHTINEN, Florida

CASS BALLENGER, North Carolina

DANA ROHRABACHER, California

EDWARD R. ROYCE, California

PETER T. KING, New York

STEVE CHABOT, Ohio

AMO HOUGHTON, New York

JOHN M. MCHUGH, New York

THOMAS G. TANCREDO, Colorado

RON PAUL, Texas

NICK SMITH, Michigan

JOSEPH R. PITTS, Pennsylvania

JEFF FLAKE, Arizona

JO ANN DAVIS, Virginia

MARK GREEN, Wisconsin

JERRY WELLER, Illinois

MIKE PENCE, Indiana

THADDEUS G. MCCOTTER, Michigan

WILLIAM J. JANKLOW, South Dakota

KATHERINE HARRIS, Florida

TOM LANTOS, California

HOWARD L. BERMAN, California

GARY L. ACKERMAN, New York

ENI F.H. FALEOMAVAEGA, American

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DONALD M, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. PAYNE, New Jersey

ROBERT MENENDEZ, New Jersey

SHERROD BROWN, Ohio

BRAD SHERMAN, California

ROBERT WEXLER, Florida

ELIOT L. ENGEL, New York

WILLIAM D. DELAHUNT, Massachusetts

GREGORY W. MEEKS, New York

BARBARA LEE, California

JOSEPH CROWLEY, New York

JOSEPH M. HOEFFEL, Pennsylvania

EARL BLUMENAUER, Oregon

SHELLEY BERKLEY, Nevada

GRACE F. NAPOLITANO, California

ADAM B. SCHIFF, California

DIANE E. WATSON, California

ADAM SMITH, Washington

BETTY MCCOLLUM, Minnesota

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The Honorable Asa Hutchinson, Under Secretary for Border and Transpor-

tation Security, U.S. Department of Homeland Security . 17

Timothy P. Trainer, President, International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition,

Inc, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. .

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Iain Grant, Head of Enforcement, IFPI Secretariat . 42

Larry Johnson, Chief Executive Officer, BERG Associates, LLC . 66

LETTERS, STATEMENTS, ETC., SUBMITTED FOR THE HEARING

The Honorable Henry J. Hyde, a Representative in Congress from the State

of Illinois, and Chairman, Committee on International Relations: Prepared

statement .

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The Honorable Tom Lantos, a Representative in Congress from the State

of California: Article from The New York Times submitted for the record .

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The Honorable Ronald K. Noble: Prepared statement . 11

The Honorable Asa Hutchinson: Prepared statement . 20

Timothy P. Trainer: Prepared statement . 37

Iain Grant: Prepared statement and material submitted for the record . 43

Larry Johnson: Prepared statement . 68

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The Honorable Nick Smith, a Representative in Congress from the State

of Michigan: Prepared statement .

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Jack Valenti, President and CEO, Motion Picture Association of America:

Prepared statement .

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Letter address to the Honorable Henry J. Hyde from Jack Valenti . 91

Report submitted for the record entitled ‘‘Asia Pacific Region: Organized

Crime and Movie Copyright Piracy: Second Quarter 2003,’’ prepared by

Michael C. Ellis, Vice President and Regional Director, Asia Pacific Re-

gion .

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Questions submitted for the record to the Honorable Asa Hutchinson by

Members of the Committee on International Relations, and Mr.

Hutchinson’s Responses . 102

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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY CRIMES: ARE

PROCEEDS FROM COUNTERFEITED GOODS

FUNDING TERRORISM?

WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 2003

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,

COMMITTEE ON INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS,

Washington, DC.

The Committee met, pursuant to call, at 9:32 a.m, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. in Room 2172,

Rayburn House Office Building, Hon. Henry J. Hyde (Chairman of

the Committee) presiding.

Chairman HYDE. The Committee will come to order. Today’s

hearing will examine whether or not terrorists are using intellec-

tual property crimes as a means of funding terrorist organizations.

Everyone loves to make a deal or get a bargain, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen these are

the days where buyers should really beware, not only because the

quality of the item being purchased may not be up to par, but be-

cause the counterfeit item you purchase from a street vendor or on

the internet may be helping to finance terrorism.

It has been reported that intellectual property now represents

the largest single sector of the American economy. With the ease

of reproduction of goods and creative works due to emerging tech-

nologies, counterfeiting is on the rise. More and more American

products are being pirated overseas. Some are even finding their

way back into the United States for sale and distribution.

I am very concerned that our most valuable export—American

ingenuity and the blood, sweat and tears behind it—is being taken

from us as a nation. According to the Business Software Alliance,

in 2001 the total of direct and indirect losses due to software piracy

alone cost the U.S. nearly $5.6 billion in wage losses, more than

111,800 jobs for the U.S. economy and almost $1.5 billion in total

tax losses.

Almost $220 million of retail software dollar losses and nearly

5,000 jobs were stolen from the State of Illinois where I reside. The

people of Illinois were robbed of almost $59 million in Federal and

state tax losses due to software piracy in 1 year alone. Remember,

these numbers refer only to the software industry.

As if it is not enough to contemplate the drain which these

crimes commit against our economic security, then also consider

the extent to which they may be hurting our national security.

Intellectual property crimes are serious crimes in their own

right, not typically because they inflict physical injury or death

upon a person—though tell that to one who has been injured due

to the use of a faulty auto or airplane part—but because they steal

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a creative work from its owner and further deprive the government

of a tax base. This robs the American people of precious jobs and

necessary governmental services.

I do not need to explain how seriously our nation takes terrorism

after the horrific events of September 11. Traditionally, intellectual

property crimes and terrorism have been considered separately,

much as drug trafficking and terrorism were considered until re-

cently. Law enforcement and the intelligence community have been

telling us that a growing concern is the convergence of different

types of illicit activities in order to further the gains of clandestine

activities and operation.

As an example, a congressional delegation led by Western Hemi-

sphere Subcommittee Chairman Cass Ballenger traveled to the tri-

border area of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay to meet with local

law enforcement officials. The State Department’s Patterns of Glob-

al Terrorism report indicates that the tri-border area has long been

characterized as a regional hub for Hezbollah and Hamas fund-

raising activities.

It was during this trip that Members and staff viewed ware-

houses full of confiscated counterfeit American items. One of the

most disturbing items was a counterfeit Microsoft CD–ROM flight

simulation program that was being marketed by depicting the Sep-

tember 11 attack with Osama bin Laden on the front cover of the

CD.

The delegation was told that this item, along with numerous oth-

ers, was confiscated in raids of businesses owned by individuals

with established links to Hezbollah and Hamas. The delegation

was told of several examples of arrests made in the region for simi-

lar offenses. In some instances, propaganda supporting terrorism

has been recovered among the items confiscated.

Today, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, we will explore evidence that terrorists are becoming

more creative with the financing of operations, especially when it

concerns intellectual property crimes. This is due in part to govern-

ments’ increased pressures against traditional terrorist fundraising

and terrorists’ desire to operate in an arena where profits are high

and penalties are low, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. It should make you think twice before buy-

ing that knock-off purse or a fake CD.

I would like to show you a video clip from WTVJ–NBC, Channel

6, in Miami, which aired a story on the subject matter of this hear-

ing on February 4 of this year. Afterwards, we will proceed to our

witnesses.

[Whereupon, a videotape was shown.]

Chairman 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. I would also like to thank the Motion Picture

Association of America for submitting written testimony for this

hearing and for releasing its previously prepared report entitled

Asia-Pacific Region: Organized Crime and Movie Copyright Piracy,

Second Quarter 2003, today.

As one last housekeeping matter, Secretary General Noble of

Interpol has prepared a confidential memorandum for Members of

this Committee to view concerning the topic before us. It will be

available for inspection in the Committee anterooms during the

hearing and will be maintained on file with the Committee. I invite

your review of this document.

3

I now turn to my esteemed colleague, Tom Lantos, the Ranking

Democratic, for any remarks he may wish to make.

[The prepared statement of Mr. Hyde follows:]

PREPARED STATEMENT OF THE HONORABLE HENRY J. HYDE, A REPRESENTATIVE IN

CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF ILLINOIS, AND CHAIRMAN, COMMITTEE ON INTER-

NATIONAL RELATIONS

Today’s hearing will examine whether or not terrorists are using intellectual prop-

erty crimes as a means of funding terrorist organizations.

Everyone loves to make a deal, or get a bargain. But, these days, the Buyer really

should Beware. Not only because the quality of the item being purchased may not

be up to par, but because the counterfeit item you purchase from a street vendor

or on the Internet may 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen helping to finance terrorism.

It has been reported that intellectual property now represents the largest single

sector of the American economy. With the ease of reproduction of goods and creative

works due to emerging technologies, counterfeiting is on the rise. More and more

American products are being pirated overseas. Some are even finding their way

back into the United States for sale and distribution.

I am very concerned that our most valuable export—American ingenuity, and the

blood, sweat and tears behind it—is being taken from us as a nation. According to

the Business Software Alliance, in 2001, the total of direct and indirect losses due

to software piracy alone cost the U.S. nearly $5.6 billion in wage losses, more than

111,800 jobs for the U.S. economy, and almost $1.5 billion in total tax losses. Almost

$220 million of retail software dollar losses and nearly 5,000 jobs were stolen from

the State of Illinois, where I am from. The people of Illinois were robbed of almost

$59 million in federal and state tax losses due to software piracy in one year alone.

And remember: these numbers only refer to the software industry. As if it isn’t

enough to contemplate the drain which these crimes commit against our economic

security, then also consider the extent to which they may also be hurting our na-

tional security.

Intellectual property crimes are serious crimes in their own right—not typically

because they inflict physical injury or death upon a person (although tell that to

one injured due to the use of a faulty auto or airplane part)—but because they steal

a creative work from its owner and further deprive the government of a tax base.

This robs the American people of precious jobs and necessary governmental services.

I don’t need to explain how seriously our nation takes terrorism after the horrific

events of September 11th. Traditionally, intellectual property crimes and terrorism

have been considered separately—much as drug trafficking and terrorism were con-

sidered until recently. Law enforcement and the intelligence community have been

telling us that a growing concern is the convergence of different types of illicit ac-

tivities in order to further the gains of clandestine activities and operations.

As an example, a Congressional Delegation led by Western Hemisphere Sub-

committee Chairman Cass Ballenger traveled to the tri-border area of Argentina,

Brazil and Paraguay to meet with local law enforcement officials. The State Depart-

ment’s Patterns of Global Terrorism Report indicates that the tri-border area has

long been characterized as a regional hub for Hizballah and HAMAS fund-raising

activities. It was during this trip that Members and staff viewed warehouses full

of confiscated, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, counterfeit American items. One of the most disturbing items was a

counterfeit Microsoft CD–ROM Flight Simulation Program that was being marketed

by depicting the September 11th attack with Usama bin Laden on the front cover

of the CD. The delegation was told that this item, along with numerous others, was

confiscated in raids of businesses owned individuals with established links to

Hizballah and HAMAS. The delegation was told of several examples of arrests made

in the region for similar offenses. In some instances, propaganda supporting ter-

rorism has been recovered amongst the items confiscated.

Today, we will explore evidence that terrorists are becoming more creative with

their financing of operations, especially when it concerns intellectual property

crimes. This is due in part to governments’ increased pressures against traditional

terrorist-fund-raising schemes and terrorists’ desire to operate in an arena where

profits are high and penalties are low. It should make you think twice before buying

that knock-off purse or a fake CD.

I’d like to show you a video clip from WTVJ/NBC-Channel 6 in Miami, which

aired a story on the subject matter of this hearing on February 4th of this year.

Afterwards, we will proceed to our witnesses.

I’d also like to thank the Motion Picture Association of America for submitting

written testimony for this hearing and for releasing its previously prepared report

4

entitled, ‘‘Asia Pacific Region: Organized Crime and Movie Copyright Piracy: Second

Quarter 2003,’’ today.

As one last housekeeping matter, Secretary General Noble of Interpol has pre-

pared a confidential memorandum for Members to view concerning the topic before

us. It will be available for inspection in the Committee anterooms during the hear-

ing and will be maintained on file with the Committee, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. I invite your review of this

document.

Mr. LANTOS. Thank you very much, Mr. Chairman, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. Let me first

congratulate you on holding the first hearing in Congress either in

the House or in the Senate on this most important emerging issue.

It demonstrates, Mr. Chairman, that you are at the cutting edge

of the fight against terrorism, and I want to publicly pay tribute

to your decision to hold this hearing.

Chairman HYDE. Thank you.

Mr. LANTOS. I also would like to ask unanimous consent to intro-

duce in the record an item from today’s New York Times which

deals with your decision to hold this hearing and outlines the basic

issue.

Chairman HYDE. Without objection. So ordered.

[The information referred to follows:]

5

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Mr. LANTOS. Mr. Chairman, you are holding a hearing on an

emerging mechanism 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen terrorist organizations to finance their

deadly acts, intellectual property crimes. There is no doubt in my

mind that tens of millions of Americans who inadvertently have

been contributing to terrorist organizations by buying these items

will be as grateful to you as I am for focusing attention on the mat-

ter.

It is common for the public to think of intellectual property pi-

racy as a victimless crime, a minor economic offense that only af-

fects wealthy corporations and does no real harm to society or to

individuals. Such activities are frequently a low priority for domes-

tic and international law enforcement agencies.

But we are in a new world where terrorists act globally and use

creative ways to finance and conduct their evil operations. Terrorist

groups are behaving much like international crime syndicates, de-

veloping increasingly sophisticated financial infrastructures to gen-

erate dependable revenue sources.

There are disturbing reports, many fully confirmed, that terrorist

groups such as Hamas and Hezbollah and their sympathizers are

engaging in intellectual property crimes, selling pirated software,

DVDs and other products to generate funds. Terrorist groups in

Ireland and Chechnya have been implicated in this activity, and

there are strong indications that al-Qaeda itself is involved in these

activities.

It is important to remember that devastating terrorist acts do

not require tremendous amounts of money. The September 11 at-

tacks may have required as little as a half a million dollars to

produce. Intellectual property piracy is, unfortunately, a low risk,

high profit criminal enterprise which is widely tolerated and almost

universally ignored.

As the United States and our friends and allies work to shut

down terrorist groups funding networks and money laundering

schemes, it is very likely that al-Qaeda and other groups will in-

7

crease their focus on international property crimes as a way of ob-

taining funds.

This issue deserves much more attention from both U.S. and

international law enforcement agencies, and I hope that the Ad-

ministration will make a full court press internationally against in-

tellectual property crimes and its relationship to terrorism.

I call upon the Departments of State and Justice to come and

brief this Committee on the actions they will take to address this

emerging and serious terrorism related issue. We have to get ahead

of the curve on 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen matter before the terrorists do.

I Luxonix Purity v1.0.0 VSTi AU MacOSX crack serial keygen, Mr. Chairman, that this hearing will be the first step, the

very first step, in raising the consciousness of the American people,

of U.S., foreign and international law enforcement agencies, to pay

greater attention to the developing connection between inter-

national intellectual property and terrorism.

I again want to commend you for bringing this to the attention

of the Congress.

Chairman HYDE. Thank you very much, Mr. Lantos.

Mr. Ballenger?

Mr. BALLENGER. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.

As you said, I led a congressional delegation to Ciudad del Este,

the city on the tri-borders of Paraguay, Argentina and Brazil, last

year. The purpose of the trip was to see firsthand the problems as-

sociated with the region, which serves as a hub for Hezbollah and

Hamas fundraising activities in Latin America.

While there, we witnessed the extent to which smuggling and the

sale of illegal contraband, including pirated American goods, drugs

and weapons, pervades the local economy. To provide you with a

glimpse of what we saw, I will refer Members to the photographs

on the plasma screens.

During our trip, we learned the Paraguan authorities had identi-

fied at least 50 local individuals involved in raising millions of dol-

lars for Hezbollah and other terrorist organizations in the Middle

East. The funds were raised by a variety of means, including

pirating compact discs, cigarettes, electronic equipment, DVDs,

software and other common household goods.

To illustrate the magnitude of the sales of compact discs in this

region, over 80,000,000 blank CDs were imported to Ciudad del

Este during 2001. One of the photos depicts a confiscated machine

which is capable of taking a blank disc and imprinting music or

software. It is capable of producing 20,000 CDs each day. These are

not ‘‘mom and pop’’ operations. These are professional pirating op-

erations where millions of dollars are made for illicit purposes.

The delegation was told that the items depicted in these photo-

graphs, along with numerous others, were confiscated in raids of

businesses owned by individuals with established links to

Hezbollah and Hamas. Authorities explained that the arrests had

been made of Assad Barakat, notorious for allegedly funding mil-

lions of dollars to Hezbollah, and Ali Nasir Darug, the nephew of

a former tri-border shopkeeper and suspected al-Qaeda associate,

Mohammed Darug Darug, in addition to several others.

In addition to the obvious reasons for concern over the tri-border

area and other places where this type of activity is occurring, I do

not like the fact that at a minimum North Carolina loses an esti-

8

mated 3,300 jobs and over $39 million in tax revenue just due to

software piracy each year. We could IDM UltraEdit Crack License Keygen Full Download 2021 Latest that money to do many

good things in my state.

I want to thank the Chairman for having this hearing today and

look forward to hearing from our witnesses as to whether or not

these are isolated examples of connection between intellectual

property crimes and terrorism or whether there may be more to

this story. I thank the Chairman.

Chairman HYDE. Thank you, Mr. Ballenger.

Mr, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. Berman?

Mr. BERMAN. No statement, Mr. Chairman.

Chairman HYDE. Thank you, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, Mr. Berman.

Ms. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen?

Ms. ROS-LEHTINEN, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I echo the senti-

ments of our colleagues in congratulating you for holding this hear-

ing.

I am ashamed that this video that we 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen is in parts of my

congressional district in south Florida where so many of these

swap meet sales are taking place. I am glad that our local authori-

ties are paying greater attention because of the news reports and

because of hearings like this, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. We hope that everyone who pur-

chases any items from these outlets understands that they are par-

ticipating in this terrible terrorist network.

Thank you, Mr. Chairman.

Chairman HYDE. Thank you, Ms. Lehtinen.

Mr. Smith of Michigan?

Mr. SMITH. Mr. Chairman, thank you and Mr, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. Lantos for your

holding this hearing.

The real challenge for American shoppers, in fact shoppers

throughout the world, is resisting the temptation to buy these

goods that are much lower in price, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. The importance of this hearing

is a start in communicating to shoppers in America and around the

world that they need to resist the temptation to buy that cheaper

product with the understanding that often it goes into the criminal

element and very likely often goes into the terrorist element.

Thank you, Mr. Chairman.

Chairman HYDE. Thank you, Mr. Smith

Mr. Schiff of California?

Mr. SCHIFF. I just want thank the Chairman for holding the

hearing, and I will return the balance of my time.

Chairman HYDE. Thank you.

We are very pleased to have with us today Ronald Kenneth

Noble, the current Secretary General for Interpol. Today is an his-

toric moment because this is the first time a Secretary General of

Interpol has ever testified before the United States Congress.

Interpol is a 181 member country organization created to share

sensitive police information in order to fight international crime.

An American citizen, Secretary General Noble is the first non-Eu-

ropean to hold this position. Prior to this position, Mr. Noble was

the Under Secretary of the Treasury for Enforcement for the U.S.

Department of Treasury.

In that capacity, he oversaw four of the United States’ eight larg-

est Federal law enforcement agencies—the Secret Service, the U.S.

Customs Service, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms,

9

and the Criminal Investigation Division of the Internal Revenue

Service.

He oversaw the reorganization of the U.S. Customs Service, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, ATF

and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network. He also conducted

Treasury’s review of the failed ATF raid on the Branch Davidian

compound near Waco, Texas, and the series of breaches of security

at the White House, including a suicide plane crash and an assault

rifle carrying gunman.

Mr, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. Noble also worked as the Chief of Staff and Deputy Assistant

Attorney General for the U.S. Department of Justice’ Criminal Di-

vision, where he oversaw the General Litigation Section, the Wit-

ness Protection Unit and the Appeals Section. Earlier in his career,

Mr. Noble prosecuted public corruption, organized crime, drug and

fraud cases as an Assistant U.S. Attorney.

He has received numerous awards, authored several publications

and is fluent in four languages. He is currently on leave of absence

as a law professor and faculty director at the New York University

School of Law to serve as Secretary General of Interpol.

He graduated cum laude from the University of New Hampshire

in 1979 and received his Juris Doctor from Stanford Law School in

1982. We wish to extend a very warm welcome to you, Mr. Noble.

Also on our first panel is Asa Hutchinson, an old friend who is

now Under Secretary for Border and Transportation Security, U.S.

Department of Homeland Security. Under Secretary Hutchinson

was appointed by President Bush and confirmed by a unanimous

vote of the U.S, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. Senate in January 2003.

As Under Secretary for Border and 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Security, Mr.

Hutchinson leads a directorate of over 110,000 employees and is re-

sponsible for coordinating the enforcement activities of our borders,

waterways and transportation on immigration systems. Prior to

coming to DHS, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, Secretary Hutchinson served as a Member of Con-

gress from Arkansas from 1997 to 2001, and while in Congress he

served on the Select Committee on Intelligence and the House

Committee on the Judiciary. I was certainly proud to serve with

Under Secretary Hutchinson during his tenure on the Committee

on the Judiciary.

After being re-elected to his third term in Congress, he was ap-

pointed Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration

where he combined tough law enforcement initiatives with advo-

cating increased investment in treatment and education programs.

Prior to his election to Congress, he practiced law in rural Ar-

kansas for 21 years and tried over 100 court cases. During this

time, he was appointed by President Reagan to be U.S. Attorney

for the Western District of Arkansas, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. At the age of 31, he was the

youngest U.S. Attorney in the nation. Welcome home, Mr. Sec-

retary.

We are honored to have you both appear before the Committee,

and please proceed with a 5-minute summary, if possible, of your

statement. Your full statement will be made a part of the record.

We will start with you, Secretary Noble.

10

STATEMENT OF THE HONORABLE RONALD K. NOBLE,

SECRETARY GENERAL, INTERPOL

Mr. NOBLE. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I also wanted to thank

the Chairman and the Committee for hosting a hearing on this

very, very important topic and to say that personally it is not only

an honor to be the first Secretary General to appear before the U.S.

Congress, but it is especially an honor to be seated next to Asa

Hutchinson, who has demonstrated strong, strong commitment to

fighting international crime and to supporting Interpol.

Intellectual property crime: It is well established and few people

will argue that it is at least a $400 billion to $450 billion a year

crime problem. One would think that that in and of itself would

make it a high priority for law enforcement around the world.

If not the global impact, think about any one nation’s impact.

Think about the U.S., where people believe the problem is a $200

billion to $250 billion a year crime problem. One would think that

any crime problem of that proportion would draw the attention of

law enforcement at a national level and an international level.

So why has this not been a high priority crime area? Some of the

comments have already been made by Members of this Committee

that answer this question in part, if not in whole. It is perceived

as a victimless crime. The cross industry impact of the crime di-

lutes its importance on any one industry perhaps.

It is a crime that crosses national borders, so it is difficult to in-

vestigate from end to end. The distribution network is very dis-

persed, often ending up with poor immigrants standing on street

corners with items that seem too good to resist.

The penalty, if arrested and convicted, for engaging in this kind

of activity is also low. Therefore, the deterrence impact is not great.

Law enforcement and prosecutors get little credit for arrests and/

or for seizures. It is often viewed as a civil enforcement problem.

Why not let the wealthy companies or the wealthy industries police

this problem themselves?

Consumers believe that the companies involved make so much

money already. Consumers wonder why and how are they going to

be hurt if I buy this disc, this CD or designer product? Profits of

designer good companies seem to be high. Profits of drug compa-

nies seem to be high. Profits of certain sports producers also seem

to be high. The connection between their act, their purchase, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, and

crime seems to be far, and the victim is not anyone they know or

can identify in terms of a human face.

Organized crime figures and terrorists know this as well. They

are smart, they share information, and they investigate for high

profit endeavors that are low priorities for the police where they

can engage in their activity and make a profit without the fear of

significant investigation resulting in arrests.

Organized crime and terrorists seek diverse income streams, so

it is not enough to say yes, they are supported by drug trafficking;

yes, they are supported by human trafficking or payment card

fraud. No. One must think about is there an illegal activity that

is a high profit activity where there is a low penalty and low pri-

ority in law enforcement that organized crime and terrorists would

not engage in? I say there is no such criminal activity that they

would not engage in.

11

Then there are the people who say prove it to me. Prove it to me

that there is a direct connection between financing of terrorism and

intellectual property crime. When we give them examples, such as

examples we will talk about today, in northern Ireland where they

have established terrorist organizations that have the characteris-

tics of organized crime groups that control this activity from manu-

facturer to distribution to sale should signal us that if there is any

country or any location in the world, whether it established ter-

rorist groups, they are going to use this in part for their financing.

Kosovo. Post conflict areas tend to be areas that once the conflict

is resolved, but before law enforcement is established, there tends

to be a flood of counterfeit goods. We know that in Kosovo the

Chechen separatists, the terrorists there, are believed to sell coun-

terfeit goods and generate up to $500,000 to $700,000 U.S. dollars

per month.

Al-Qaeda. We know that al-Qaeda supporters, and I cannot go

into detail, but we know that al-Qaeda supporters have been found

with commercial size volume of counterfeit goods. If you find one

al-Qaeda operative with it, it is like finding one roach in your

house or one rat in your house. It should be enough to draw your

attention to it.

We know from a project we are running in north Africa with a

lot of the supporters of the fundamentalist terrorist organizations

there that they, too, are embarking in this area. We have heard ex-

amples from Members of this Committee about Hezbollah and the

tri-country region in South America being involved in this area. We

know about Hamas.

That is, from Interpol’s perspective we say that there has been

enough of a connection drawn already that we should no longer

think of intellectual property crime as a victimless crime. There

has been enough connection drawn already between organized

crime and intellectual property crime that we can no longer think

of it as a victimless crime.

Finally, and most importantly, we are seeing the connection in

areas between terrorist financing and intellectual property crime,

and so Interpol says we welcome the interest of the U.S. Congress

in 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen area. We would also welcome the support of U.S, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. law en-

forcement and law enforcement around the world to make inter-

national intellectual property crime a high priority crime and to try

to expose the connection it presents to terrorist financing and orga-

nized crime activity.

Mr. Chairman, Members of the Committee, thank you very

much.

[The prepared statement of Mr. Noble follows:]

PREPARED STATEMENT OF THE HONORABLE RONALD K. NOBLE, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, SECRETARY GENERAL,

INTERPOL

THE LINKS BETWEEN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY CRIME AND TERRORIST FINANCING

Introduction

Intellectual Property Crime (IPC) is the counterfeiting or pirating of goods for sale

where the consent of the rightsholder has not been obtained. Terrorist financing is

the generation of funds via licit or illicit means that are then remitted to a terrorist

organization or its front organization via formal or informal financial channels.

These funds may be used for either the running costs of the organization or to carry

out attacks.

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1 Definition as used on page 11 by The Organised Crime Taskforce, Nothern Ireland, in ‘‘The

Threat: Assessment 2002 Serious and Organised Crime in Northern Ireland’’ The Police Service

of Northern Ireland

2 ‘‘The Economic Impact of Counterfeiting’’, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Devel-

opment, 1998

3 The Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Customs Service today announced the Na-

tional Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center’s first conference for members of Con-

gress and industry in Washington. FBI National Press Office, Washington D.C., July 17, 2002

available at http://www.fbi.gov/pressrel/pressrel02/outreach071702.htm

Scope and Purpose

This testimony seeks to examine the links between IPC and 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen financing of ter-

rorist organizations. It examines what is known to the International Criminal Police

Organization (Interpol).

The testimony is produced for the Congress of the United States, House of Rep-

resentatives Committee on International Relations hearing on the links between

IPC and the financing of terrorist organizations.

Methodology

The testimony draws on information held in files at the Interpol General Secre-

tariat (Interpol), from Interpol Member States, trade bodies, manufacturers and

rights holders, and a range of open sources.

The Nature Of Intellectual Property Crime

Intellectual Property refers to the legal rights that correspond to intellectual ac-

tivity in the industrial, scientific, and artistic fields. These legal rights, most com-

monly in the form of patents, trademarks, and copyright, protect the moral and eco-

nomic rights of the creators, in addition to the creativity and dissemination of their

work. Industrial property, which is part of intellectual property, extends protection

to inventions and industrial designs.

Based on this understanding Intellectual Property Crime (IPC) refers to counter-

feited and pirated goods, manufactured and sold for profit without the consent of the

patent or trademark holder.1

Intellectual Property Crime (IPC) represents one aspect of the informal economy

(black market) which operates in parallel to the formal economy. Other activities

within the informal economy include illicit drugs, stolen vehicles, or counterfeit

credit cards. The informal economy has expanded with globalisation, and represents

a significant level of economic activity even in developed countries.

The global trade in counterfeit goods has recently been estimated at US$ 450 bil-

lion, representing between 5 to 7% of the value of global trade.2 In Europe, in 2001,

the European Union reported the seizure of 95 million items of counterfeit or pirat-

ed goods, representing approximately US$2 billion. The Federal Bureau of Inves-

tigation (FBI) in the United States estimates losses to counterfeiting to United

States businesses at US$200 to 250 billion a year.3 IPC is a lucrative criminal activ-

ity with the possibility of high financial returns. It is also 1 click pc fix 4.1 crack serial keygen low risk as pris-

on sentences tend to be light when compared to other criminal activity such as drug

trafficking.

IPC involves a wide range of criminal actors ranging from individuals to

organised criminal groups. IPC includes the manufacturing, transporting, storing

and sale of counterfeit or pirated goods. Generally, the above is organised and con-

trolled by criminals or criminal organizations. In Northern Ireland, however, para-

military groups are known to control some manufacturing through their links to

organised crime groups.

The Nature of Terrorist Financing

Terrorist financing is the remittance of funds to terrorist organizations or their

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Prepared by: Gemini Mission Evaluation Team

Approved by:

Charles W. Mathews
Mamager_ Gemini Program

GeOrge M, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. Low
Deputy Director

NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION

MANNED SPACECRAFT CEN_R

HOUSTON_ TEXAS

Substance Painter 6.2.2.661 Crack Archives APRIL 29, 1966

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CONTENTS

Section Page

TABLES . xviii

FIGURES . xxii

1.0 MISSION SUMMARY . 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen I-I

2.0 INTRODUCTION . 2-1

3.0 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen VEHICLE DESCRIPTION . 3-1

3. i GEMINI SPACECRAF_ ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 3-7

3.1. i Spacecraft Structure . 3-7

3.1.2 Major Systems . 3-7

3.1.2.1 Communications System 3-7


3.1.2.2 Instrumentation and Recording
System . 3-7
3.1.2.3 Environmental Control
System . 3-8
3.1.2.4 Guidance and Control
System . 3-9
3.1.2.5 Time Reference System •. . 3-10
3.1.2.6 Electrical System . 3-10
3.1.2.7 Propulsion System . 3-10
3.1.2.8 Pyrotechnic System •. . 3-10
126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 3.1.2.9 Crew-station furnishings and
equipment . 3-11
3.1.2.10 Landing System . 3-12
3.1.2.11 Postlanding and Recovery
Systems . 3-12
3.1.2.12 Extravehicula_ activity"
equipment . 3-12

3.2 G_MINI LAUNCH VEHICLE . 3-35

126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 3.2.1 Structure . 3-35

3.2.2 Major Systems . 3-35

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126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 3.2.2. i Propulsion System . 3-35


3.2.2.2 Flight Control System . 3-35
3.2.2.3 Radio Guidance System . 3-35
3.2.2.4 Hydraulic System . 3-35
3.2.2.5 Electrical System . 3-35
3.2.2.6 Malfunction Detection
System . 3-35
3.2.2.7 Instrumentation System . 3-35
3.2.2.8 Range Safety and Ordnance
Systems . 3-35

3.3 WEIGHT AND BALANCE DATA . 3-37

3.4 G_MINI AGENA TARGET VEHICLE . 3-39

3.4.1 Structure . 3-39

3.4.1.1 Gemini Agena Target


126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Vehicle . 3-39
3-4.1.2 Target Docking Adapter . [ [ 3-39

3.4.2 Major Systems . 3-39

3.4.2.1 Propulsion System . 3-39


3.4.2.2 Electrical System . 3-40
3.4.2.3 Flight Control System . . 3-40
3.4.2.4 Connnunications and Com_nd
System ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 3-40
3.4.2.5 Range Safety System . . 3-40

3.5 TARGET LAUNCH VEHICLE . 3-47

3.5.1 Structure 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen . 3-47

3.5.2 Major Systems . 3-47

3.5.2.1 Propulsion System . 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 3-47


3.5.2.2 Guidance System . 3-47
3.5.2.3 Flight Control System . • • 3-47
3.5.2.4 Electrical System . 3-47
3.5.2.5 Pneumatic System . 8Mile crack serial keygen 3-47
3.5.2.6 Instrumentation System. . 3-48
3.5.2.7 Range Safety System . 3-48

3.6 WEIGHT AND BALANCE DATA . 3-51

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4.0 MISSION DESCRIPTION . 4-1

4.1 ACTUAL MISSION . 4-1

4.2 SEQUENCE OF EVENTS . 4- 9

4.3 FLIGHT TRAJECTORIES . 4-15

4.3. l Gemini Spacecraft . 4-15

Nero 12 Platinum 12.5.01200 Serial by Avi Pal crack serial keygen 4.3. I, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. i Launch . 4-15


4.3. I. 2 Orbit . 4-16
4.3. I.3 Reentry . 4-19

4.3.2 Gemini Atlas-Agena Target Vehicle . 4-20

4.3.2. i Launch . 4-20


4.3.2.2 Orbit . 4-20

4.3.3 Gemini Launch Vehicle Second Stage . 4-21

5.0 VEHICLE PERFORMANCE . 5-1

5. I SPACECRAFT P_FORMANCE . 5-1

5.1. I Spacecraft Structure . 5-1

5.1.2 Communications System . 5-5

5. I. 2. i Ultrahigh frequency voice com-


munications . 5-5
5. I. 2.2 High frequency voice communi-
cations . 5-6
5. I. 2.3 Radar transponders . 5-6
5. I. 2.4 Digital Command System. . 5-6
5. i. 2.5 Telemetry transmitters . . 5-7
5. i. 2.6 Antenna systems . 5-7
5- i. 2.7 Recovery aids . 5-7

5. i. 3 Instrumentation and Recording System . 5-9

5. i. 3. i Overall system performance . 5-9


5. i. 3.2 Delayed-time data quality • • 5-9
5. i. 3.3 Real-time data quality . 5-9

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5.1.4 Environmental Control System . 5-13

5.1.4.1 Crewman comfort ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 5-13


5.1.4.2 Gas entrainment . 5-13
5.1.4. 3 Primary oxygen system . 5-13
5.1.4.4 Reentry . 5-13
5. I. 4.5 Postlanding . 5-14

5.1.5 Guidance and Control System . 5-15

5. i. 5. i Summary . 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 5, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. I. 5.2 Inertial Guidance System per-
formance evaluation . 5-15
5.1.5.3 Control system performance
evaluation . 5-24

5.1.6 Time Reference Syst_n . 5-65

5.1.7 Electrical System . 5-67

5.1.7.1 Fuel Cell Power System . 5-67


5.1.7.2 Reactant supply system . 5-70
5.1.7.3 Power distribution system . . 5-70
5.1.7.4 Control system anomaly . 5-71
5.1.7.5 Sequential system . 5-74

126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 5.1.8 Spacecraft Propulsion Systems . 5-85

5.1.8.1 Orbital Attitude and Maneuver


System . 5-85
5.1.8.2 Reentry Control System . 5-90
5.1.8.3 Retrograde rocket system . 5-92

5.1.9 Pyrotechnics . 5-101

5.1.10 Crew Station . 5-103

5.1.10.1 Crew-station design and


layout . 5-103
5.1.10.2 Displays and controls . 5-104
5.1.10.3 Pilots' operational equip-
ment . 5-104
5.1.10.4 Space suits and acces-
sories . 5-105

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5.1.10.5 Pilots' personal equip-


ment ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 5-105
126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Bioinstrumentation . 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 5-106

5.1.11 Landing System . 5-107

5.1.12 Postlanding . 5_109

5.2 G_INI LAUNCH VEHICLE PERFORMANCE . 5-111

5.2.1 Airframe . 5-111

126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 5.2.1.1 Longitudinal oscillation •126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 5-111


5.2.1.2 Structural loads ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 5-111
5.2.1.3 Post-SECO disturbance . 5-112

5.2.2 Propulsion . 5-115

5.2.2.1 Propellant loading and average


inflight temperatures . 5-115
5.2.2.2 Stage I performance . 5-115
5.2.2.3 Stage II performance . 5-116
5.2.2.4 Performance margin ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 5-116

5.2.3 Flight Control System . 5-119

5.2.3.1 Stage i flight . 5-119


5.2.3.2 Staging sequence . 5-119
5.2.3.3 Stage II flight . 5-120

5.2.4 Hydraulic System . 5-125

5.2.5 Guidance System . 5-127

5.2.5.1 Progran_ned guidance . 5-127


5.2.5.2 Radio guidance . 5-127

5.2.6 Electrical System . • • 5-131

5.2.7 Instrumentation System . 5-133

5.2.7.1 Ground . 5-133


5.2.7.2 Airborne ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 5-133

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5.2.8 Malfunction Detection System . 5-135

5.2.8.1 Engine MDS . 5-135


5.2.8.2 Airframe MDS . 5-135
5.2.8. 3 Tank pressure indications 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. . 5-135

5.2.9 Range Safety and Ordnance Systems . 5-137

5.2.9.1 Flight Termination System .126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 5-137


5.2.9.2 Range safety tracking
system . 5-137
126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Ordnance . 5-137

5.2.10 Prelaunch Operations . 5-139

5.3 SPACECRA]_-rf--G_NT LAUNCH VEHICLE INTERFACE


PERFORMANCE . 5-141

5.4 G_vYINI AGENA TARGET VEHICLE PERFORMANCE . 5-143

5.4.1 Airframe . 5-145

5.4.1.1 Launch phase . 5-145


5.4.1.2 Separation . 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 5-145
5.4.1.3 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Ascent maneuver . 5-145
5.4.1.4 Docking phase . 5-146
5.4.1.5 Orbital phase . 5-146

5.4.2 Propulsion System . 5-149

5.4.2.1 Summary . 5-149


5.4.2.2 Design . 5-149
5.4.2.3 Prelaunch . 5-149
5.4.2.4 Launch phase . 5-149
5.4.2.5 GATV ascent firing . 5-149
5.4.2.6 Pressurization system ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 5-150
5.4.2.7 Primary Propulsion System
orbital operations . 5-151
5.4.2.8 Secondary Propulsion System
orbital operations . 5-151

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5.4. 3 Communications and Command System . 5-187

5.4.3.1 Command system . 5-187


5.4.3.2 Tracking system . 5-187
5.4.3, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 3 Telemetry system . 5-187

5.4.4 Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems . 5-191

5.4.4.1 Hydraulic System . 5-191


126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 5.4.4.2 Pneumatics . 5-191

5.4.5 Guidance and Control System . 5-193

5.4.5.1 Ascent guidance sequence • • • 5-193


5.4.5.2 !n-orbit attitude
maneuvers . 5-194
5.4.5.3 In-orbit propulsion
guidance . 5-195
5.4.5.4 Miscellaneous comments 5-198

5.4.6 Electrical System . 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 5-213

5.4.6.1 Main-bus power • • • 5-213


5.4.6.2 Regulated power . 5-213
5.4.6.3 Component temperatures 5-213

5.4.7 Instrumentation System . 5-215

5.4.8 Range Safety . 5-217

5.4.8.1 Flight termination system . 5-217


5.4.8.2 Track system . 5-217

5.5 TARGRT LAUNCH VEHICLE PERFORMANCE . 5-219

5.5.1 Airframe . 5-219

5.5.2 Propulsion System . 5-220

5.5.2.1 Propulsion System . 5-220


5.5.2.2 Propellant utilization . 5-221
126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 5.5.2.3 Propellant loading . 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 5-222

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5.5.3 Flight Control System . 5-222

5.5.4 Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems . • • 5-223

126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 5.5.4.1 Pneumatic system . 5-223


5.5.4.2 Hydraulic system . 5-224

5.5.5 Guidance System . 5-224

5.5.5.1 Programmed guidance ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 5-224


5.5.5.2 Radio guidance . 5-225

5.5.6 Electrical System . _. 5-225

5.5.7 Instrumentation System . 5-226

5.5.7.1 Telemetry . 5-226


5.5.7.2 Landline . 5-226

5.5.8 Range Safety System . 5-227

5.6 G_IN! ATIAS-AGENA TARGET VEHICLE INTERFACE


P_FORMANCE . 5-229

5.7 SPACECRA_T-G_MINI AGENA TARGET VEHICLE INTERFACE


Ableton Live Suite 11.0.6 Crack With Keygen [2021 Full Release] PERFORMANCE . 5-231

6.0 MISSION SUPPORT PERF01_94ANCE . 6-i

6. i FLIGHT CONTROL . 6-i

6.1.1 Premission Operations . 6-1

6.1.1.1 Premission activities . 6-1


6.1.1.2 Documentation . 6-1
6.1.1.3 MCC/network flightlcontrol"
operations . 6-1
6.1. i.4 Prelaunch . 6-1

6.1.2 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Powered Flight . PDFelement Pro 7.3.5 free download Archives 6-3

6.1.2.1 Gemini Atlas-Agena Target


Vehicle powered flight . • • 6-3
6.1.2.2 Gemini Space Vehicle powered
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6.1.3 Orbital . 6-4

6.1.4 Reentry . 6-II

6.1.5 GATV Orbital . 6-11

6.2 NETWORKPERFORMANCE . 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 6-25

6.2.1 Mission Control Center-Houston (MCC-H)


and Remote Facilities ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 6-25

6.2.2 Network Facilities . 6-25

6.2.2.1 Remote sites . 6-25


6.2.2.2 _omputing . 6-27
6.2.2.3 Communications . 6-29

6.3 RECOVERY OPERATIONS . 6-31

6.3.1 Recovery Force Deployment . 6-31

6.3.2 Location and Retrieval . 6-32

6.3.3 Recovery Aids . 6-35

6.3.3.1 UHF recovery beacon


(243.0mc) . 6-35
6.3.3.2 HFTransmitter
(15.016mc) . 6-35
6.3.3.3 UHF voice transmitter
(296.8 mc) . 6-36
6.3.3.4 UHF survival radio
(243.0mc) . 6-36
PC Cleaner Pro Crack + Activation key 2020 [Latest] 6.3.3.5 Flashinglight . 6-36
6.3.3.6 Fluorescein sea marker . 6-36
6.3.3.7 Swimmer interphone . 6-36

6.3.4 Postretrieval Procedures ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 6-36

6.3.5 Spacecraft 8 Reentry Control System


Deactivation . 6-37

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7.0 FLIGHT CREW . 7-1

7. i FLIGHT CREW PERFORMANCE . 7-1

7.1.1 Crew Activities . 7-1

7.1.1.1 Prelaunch through insertion. 7-1


7.1.1.2 Rendezvous . 7-1
7.1.1.3 Operational cheeks and
experiments . 7-5
7.1.1.4 Control systems . 7-6
7.1.1.5 Retrofire and reentry . 7-8
7.1.1.6 Landing and recovery . 7-10
7.1.1.7 Mission training and training
evaluation . 7-11

7.1.2 Gemini VIII Pilots' Report . 7-15

7.1.2.1 Prelaunch . 7-15


7.1.2.2 Powered flight . 7-15
7.1.2.3 Insertion ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 7-16
7.1.2.4 Pre-transfer maneuvers . 7-16
7.1.2.5 Terminal phase . 7-18
7.1.2.6 Station keeping . 7-19
7.1.2.7 Docking . 7-19
7.1.2.8 GATV yaw maneuver . 7-20
7.1.2.9 Control system problem ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 7-20
7.1.2.10 Preretrofire ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 7-21
7.1.2.11 Retrofire . 7-22
7.1.2.12 Reentry . 7-22
7.1.2.13 Recovery ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 7-23
7.1.2.14 Systems operation . 7-24
7.1.2.15 Experiments and operational
checks . . 7-25
7.1.2.16 Visual sightings . 7-25

7.2 AEROMEDICAL ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 7-29

7.2.1 Preflight . 7-29

7.2.1.1 Medical histories . 7-29


7.2.1.2 Preflight activities . 7-29
7.2.1.3 Prelaunch preparation . 7-31

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7.2.2 Inflight . 7-31

7.2.2.1 Physiological minotoring . 7-31


7.2.2.2 Medical observations ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 7-32

126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 7.2.3 Postflight . 7-35

7.2.3.1 Recovery medical activities . 7-35


7.2.3.2 Examinations . 7-37

8.0 EXPERIMenTS . 8-1

8.1 EXPERIMENT D-3, MASS DETERMINATION . 8-3

8.1.1 Objective . 8-3

8.1.2 Equipment . 8-3

8.1.3 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Procedure . 8-3

8.1.4 Results ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 8-4

8.2 EXPERIMENT D-14, UHF/VHF POLARIZATION .126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. . 8-5

8.2.1 Objective . 8-5

FoneGeek iOS System Recovery 2.0.0.1 Key Features 8.2.2 Equipment . 8-5

8.2.3 Procedures ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 8-5

8.2.4 Results . Jogos de América de Graça para Baixar 8-5

8.3 EXPERIMENT D-15, NIGHT IMAGE


INTENSIFICATION . 8-7

8.3.1 Objective . 8-7

8.3.2 Equipment . 8-7

8-3.3 Procedures . 8-7

8.3.4 Results . 8-7

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8.4 EXPERIMENT D-16, Smadav Crack Key 2021 14.6.2 Free Download Windows + MAC POWER TOOL EVAIUATION . 8-9

8.4.1 Objective . 8-9

8.4.2 Equipment . 8-9

8.4.3 Procedures . 8_ 9

8.4.4 Results . 8_ 9

8.5 EXPERIMENT M-5, BIOASSAYS BODY FLUIDS . 8-11

8.5.1 Objective . 8-11

8.5.2 Equipment . 8-ii

8.5.3 Procedures . 8-ii

8.5.4 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Results . 8-11

8.6 EXPERIMENT S-I_ ZODIACAL LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY 8-13

8.6.1 Objective . 8-13

8.6.2 Equipment . 8-13

8.6.3 Procedures . 8-13

8.6.4 Results . 8-13

8.7 EXPERIMH_T S-3, FROG EGG GROWTH ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 8-15

8.7.1 0bjective . 8-15

8.7.2 Equipment . 8-15

8.7.3 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Procedures . 8-15

8.7.4 Results . 8-16

8.7.5 Conclusions . 8-16

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8.8 EXPERIMENT S-7, CLOUD TOP SPEC_._OMETER . 8-19

8.8.1 Objective . 8-19

8.8.2 Equipment . 8-19

8.8.3 Procedures . 8-19

8.8.4 Results . 8-19

126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 8.9 EXPERIMENT S-9, NUCLEAR EMULSION . 8-21

8.9.1 Objective . 8-21

8.9- 2 Equipment . 8-21

8.9.3 Procedures . 8-21

8.9.4 Results . 8-22

8. i0 EXPERIMENT S-IO, AGENA MICROMETEORITE


COLLECTION . 8-23

8.i0.i Objective . 8-23

8. i0.2 Equipment . 8-23

8.10.3 Procedures . 8-23

8.i0.4 Results . 8-23

9.0 CONCLUSIONS . 9-1

i0.0 RECOMMENDATIONS . i0-i

ii. 0 REFERENCES 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen . ii-i

12.0 APPENDIX . 12-1

12.1 VEHICLE HISTORIES . 12-1

12.1.i Spacecraft Histories . 12-1

12.1.2 Gemini Launch Vehicle Histories . 12-1

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12.1.3 Gemini Agena Target Vehicle and


Target Docking Adapter . 12-1

12.1.4 Target launch Vehicle . 12-i

12.2 WEATHER CONDITIONS . 12-15

12.3 FLIGHT SAFETY REVIEWS . 12-21

12.3.1 Spacecraft Readiness Review . Email Extractor Express v3.0.4 crack serial keygen 12-21

12.3.2 Extravehicular Activity Equipment


Review . 12-22

12.3.3 Design Certification Review . 12-22

12.3.4 Mission Briefing . 12-23

12.3.5 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Safety Review Board . 12-23

12.4 SUPPLEMENTAL REPORTS . 12-25

12.5 DATA AVAILABILITY . 12-27

12.6 POSTFLIGHT INSPECTION . 12-35

12.6.1 Spacecraft Systems . 12-36

12.6.1.1 Structure . 12-36


12.6.1.2 Environmental Control
System . 12-37
12.6.1.3 Communications System . . 12-37
12.6.1.4 Guidance and Control
System . 12-38
12.6.1.5 Pyrotechnic System . 12-38
12.6.1.6 Instrumentation and
Recording System . 12-38
12.6.1.7 Electrical System . 12-39
12.6.1.8 Crew-station f_rnishings
and equipment . 12-40
12.6.1.9 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen System . 12-41
12.6.1.10 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Landing System . 12-41

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12.6.1.11 Postlanding recovery


aids . 12-41
12.6.1.12 Experiments . 12-41

12.6.2 Continuing Evaluation . 12-41

13.0 DISTRIBUTION . 13-1

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3.1-1 SPACECRAFT 8 MODIFICATIONS . 3-15

3.1-11 CREW STATION STOWAGE LIST . 3-17

3.2-I GLV-8 MODIFICATIONS . 3-36

3.4-I GATV-5003 MODIFICATIONS . 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 3 -41

3.4-II NOMINAL PPS START SEQUENCE . 3-43

3.5-I TLV-5302 MODIFICATIONS . 3 -49

4.2-I SEQUENCE OF EVENTS - GEMINI SPACE VEHICLE . 4-10

4.2. II GEMINI ATLAS-AGENA TARGET VEHICLE


SEQUENCE OF EVENTS . 4-12

4.3-I COMPARISON OF PLANNED AND ACTUAL GEMINI SPACE


VEHICLE TRAJECTORY PARAMETERS . 4-22

4.3-II COMPARISON OF SPACECRAFT ORBITAL ELEMENTS


BEFORE AND AI_R MA__RS . 4-24

4.3-III SPACECRAFT RENDEZVOUS _RS . 4-26

4.3-IV COMPARISON OF SPACECRAFT ORBITAL ELEMENTS . 4-29

4.3-V COMPARISON OF PLANNED AND ACTUAL GAATV


TRAJECTORY PARAMETERS . 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 4-30

4.3-VI COMPARISON OF PIANNED AND ACTUAL GAATV


CUTOFFP_TERS . 4-32

4.3-vlI GATV_mmrs_ . 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 4-33

4.3-WII COMPARISONoF GATV ORBITAL_Lm_WTS FOR


MANEUVER . 4-36

4.3-1x COMPARISONOF GATV ORBITALELm_ENTS. 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 4-38

5.1.3-I DELAYED-TIME DATA FROM SELECTED STATIONS 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. . 5-10

5.1.3-II REAL-TIME DATA RECEIVED FROM SELECTED


STATIONS . 5-11

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5. i. 5-I SPACECRA_Vf GUIDANCE AND CONTROL SUMMARY


CHART . 5-28

5. i. 5-II RESUI_S OF INCB]94ENTAL VELOCITY A/IIUST


ROt_X_ (XVAR) . 5-32

5.1.5-11I ASCENT IGS AND TRACKING SYSTEM ERRORS . 5-33

5. i.5-1V ORBIT INJECTION PARAMETERS AT


SEC0 + 20 SECONDS . 5-36

5.1.5-V GUIDANCE ERRORS AT SEC0 + 20 SECONDS . 5-37

5. i.5-VI PLATFORM ALIGNMENT ACCURACY DURING MAJOR


_Rs . 5-38

5. i, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 5-VII TRANSLATION _RS . 5-39

5. i.5-VIII COMPARISON OF COMPUTER TELEMETRY REENTRY


PARAMETERS WITH POSTFLIGHT RECONSTRUCTION . 5-40

5. i. 8-I 0AMS AND RCS SERVICING AND SYSTEM ACTIVATION


DATA . 5-93

5. i. 8-11 0AMS MANEUVER ENGINE SUMMARY . 5-94

5. I. 8-III SPACECRAFT AT21TUDE ACCELERATIONS INDUCED BY


0AMS MANEUVER-THRUSTER FIRINGS . 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 0AMS AND RCS ATTITUDE ENGINE 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen PERFORMANCE
SUMMARY. 5-96
5. i. 8-V RETROGRADE ROCKET SYSTEM

(a) System Performance . 5-97


(b) Individual Motor Performance . 5-97

5.2.2-I PRELIMINARY STAGE ! ENGINE PERFORMANCE ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 5-117

5.2.2-II PRELIMINARY STAGE II ENGINE PERFORMANCE . 5-118

5.2.3-I TRANSIENTS DURING STAGE I HOLDDOWN PERIOD . 5-121

5.2.3-II TARS ROLL AND PITCH PROGRAMS . 5-122

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5.2.3-III MAXIMUM RATES AND A_l_ITUDE ERRORS


126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen DURING STAGE I FLIGHT . 5-123

5.2.3-IV VEHICLE RATES BETWEEN SEC0 AND SPACECRAFT


SEPARATION . 5-124

5.4.2-I PPS PRELAUNCH PARAMETERS . . 5-153

5.4.2-II SPS PRELAUNCH PARAMETERS . . 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 5-154

5.4.2-III PRIMARY PROPULSION SYSTEM DATA 5-1_5

5.4.2-IV SPS UNIT I PERFORMANCE . 5-160

5.4.2-V SPS UNIT II PERFORMANCE . 5-161

5.4.6-I GATV ELECTRICAL PARAMETERS ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 5-214

6.1-I GATV ATTITUDE FLIGHT-CONTROL MODES 6-17

6.1-II CONTROL-GAS USAGE . 6-18

6.1-III AGENA PROPUISION OPERATIONS . 6-19

6.2-I GEMINI VIII NETWORK CONFIGURATION 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 6-30

6.3-I RECOVERY SUPPORT . 6-40

7.1-I CREW TRAINING SUMMARY . 7.2

7.1.2-I COMPARISON OF SOLUTIONS FOR TERMINAL-PHASE-


INITIATION MANEUVER . 7-27

7.1.2-II COMPARISON OF SOLUTIONS FOR FIRST MID-COURSE


CORRECTION MANEUVER . 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 7-27

7.1.2-III COMPARISON OF SOLUTIONS FOR SECOND MID-COURSE


CORRECTION MANEUVER . 7-27

7.2-I SIGNIFICANT PREFLIGHT MEDICAL ACTIVITIES • • 7-39

7.2-II URINALYSIS

(a) Command Pilot . 7-40


(t) Pilot . 7- o

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7.2-III URINE CHEMISTRIES

(a) Command Pilot . Jogos de Farming Sim de Graça para Baixar 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 7-41


(b) Pilot . 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen BLOOD CHEMISTRIES

(a) Command Pilot . 7-45


(b) Pilot . 7-46

7.2-V LAUNCH MORNING ACTIVITIES_ MARCH 16_ 1966 . 7-47

8. O-I EXPERIMENTS . 8-2

12.2-I LAUNCH AREA ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS AT


15:11 G.m.t., MARCH 16, !966 . 12-17

12.2-II REENTRY AREA (OKINAWA) ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS


AT 00:00 G.m.t., MARCH 17, 1966 . 12-19

12.4-I GEMINI VIII SUPPLEMENTAL 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen REPORTS . 12-26

12.5-I SDMMARY OF INSTRUMENTATION DATA AVAILABILITY . . 12-28

12.5-II SUMMARY OF PHOTOGRAPHIC DATA AVAILABILITY . 12-30

12.5-III LAUNCH PHASE ENGINEERING SEQUENTIAL CAMERA


126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen DATA AVAILABILITY

(a) Spacecraft and GLV . 12-31


(b) G_V ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 12-33

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3.0-1 GLV ~ spacecraft relationships

(a) Launch configuration . 3-2


DaVinci Resolve Studio MAC WINDOWS Archives (b) Dimensional axes and guidance coordinates • • • 3-3

3.0-2 TLV - GATV relationships

(a) Launch configuration . 3-4


(b) Dimensional axes and guidance coordinates,
GATV-TDA . 3-5
(c) Dimensional axes WinRAR 6.0 Final Crack guidance coordinates,
TLV ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. •. 3-6

3.1-1 Spacecraft arrangement and nomenclature . 3-22

3.1-2 Water management system . 3-23

3.1-3 Auxiliary tape memory unit . 3-24

3.1-4 Electrical system . 3-25

3.1-5 Orbital attitude and maneuver system . 3-26

3.1-6 Reentry control system . 3-27

3.1-7 Spacecraft controls and displays . 3-29

3.1-8 Spacecraft interior stowage area

(a) View looking into command pilot's side . 3-30


(b) View looking into pilot's side . 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 3-31

3.1-9 Arrangement of EVA provisions on spacecraft . 3-32

3.1-10 Planned sequence for donning extravehicular


support package . 3-33

3.1-11 Extravehicular 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen equipment . 3-34

3.4-1 GATV primary propulsion system control circuits .126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 3-44

3.4-2 GATV antenna locations . 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 3-45

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4.1-i Planned and actual Gemini VIII mission with


planned alternates included . 4- 7

4.3-1 Ground track for Gemini VIII orbital mission

(a) Revolutions i through 7 . 4-39


(b) Reentry . 4-40

4.3-2 Trajectory parameters for GLV-spacecraft launch


phase

(a) Altitude and range . 4-41


(b) Space-fixed velocity and flight-path angle . . 4-42
(c) Earth-fixed velocity and flight-path angle . . 4-43
(d) Dynamic pressure and mach Reimage crack serial keygen . 4-44
(e) Longitudinal acceleration . 4_45

4.3-3 Apogee and perigee altitude for the Gemini VIII


mission . 4-46

4.3-4 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Rendezvous during the Gemini VIII m_ssion

(a) Relative range, azimuth, and elevation from


spacecraft 8 to GATV during mid-course
maneuvers . 4_47

(b) Relative range, azimuth, and elevation from


spacecraft 8 to GATV during terminal phase
maneuvers . 4-48
Bitdefender total security 201- crack serial keygen (c) Relative trajectory profile, measured from
GATV to spacecraft in curvilinear
coordinate system . 4_49

4.3-5 Trajectory parameters for the Gemini VIII mission


reentry phase

(a) Latitude, longitude, and altitude . 4-50


(b) Space-fixed velocity and flight-path angle . 4-51
(c) Earth-fixed velocity and flight-path angle . . 4-52
(d) Dynamic pressure and mach number . 4-53
(e) Longitudinal deceleration ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 4-54

4.7-6 Trajectory parameters for the GAATV launch phase

(a) Altitude and range . 4-55


(b) Space-fixed velocity And flight-path angle . . 4-56

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4.3-6 (Concluded)

(c) Earth-fixed velocity and flight-path angle 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. . 4-57


(d) Dynamic pressure and mach number . 4-58
(e) Longitudinal acceleration . 4-59

4.3-7 GATV apogee and perigee altitude . 4-60

_.i.i-i Preliminary reentry angle of attack and lift-


to-drag ratio . 5-3

5.1.5-1 Comparisons of launch vehicle and spacecraft


steering errors . 5-41

_.i.5-2 Spacecraft IMU and GLV launch heading relation . . 5-42

5.1._-5 Spacecraft acceleration measured after SEC0 . 5-43

_.i.5-4 Comparisons of spacecraft IGS and radar tracking


velocities . 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 5-44

5.1.5-5 IMU error coefficient history . 5-45

5.1.5-6 Preretrofire platform alignment . 5-46

5.1.5-7 Analysis of activity in reducing desired-velocity-


change residuals . 5-47

5.1.5-8 Rendezvous radar system events . 5-48

5.1.5-9 Radar RF characteristics as a function of time 5-49

5.1.5-10 Rendezvous radar/ground trajectory comparisons 5-50

5.1.5-11 Radar/transponder environmental parameters ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 5-51

5.1.5-12 Rendezvous total velocity comparison . 5-52

_.i.5-13 Rendezvous phase time history . 5-53

5.1.5-14 Rendezvous approach phase . 5-54

5.1.5-15 Auxiliary tape memory unit (ATMU) events,


module IV reprogram and verify . 5-55

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5.1.5-16 Touchdown comparisons . 5-56

5.1.5-17 Reentry guidance parameters . 5-57

5.2.5-18 Coelliptic maneuver attitudes . 5-58

5.1.5-19 Spacecraft roll rates during anomaly

(a) Docked
. 5-60
(b) Undocked . 5-61

5.1.5-20 Attitude control anomaly - time history . 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 5-62

5.1.5-21 Reentry time history . 5-63

5.1.5-22 Reentry roll-rate response . 5-64

5.1.7-1 Common control bus voltage performance . 5-75

5.1.7-2 Common control bus performance during 0A$_S


thruster malfunction period . 5-76

5.1.7-3 Wiring schematic of critical area . 5-77

5.1.7-4 Fuel cell performance

(a) Section I . 5-78


(b) Section II . 5-79

5.1.7-5 Section performance, stacks 2B and 2C base . 5-80

5.1.7-6 Fuel cell load-sharing characteristics

(a) Section I . 5-81


(b) Section II . 5-82

5.1.7-7 0xygen-hydrogen differential pressure during


purge operations . 5-83

5.1.8-1 0AMS propellant consumption . 5-98

5.1.8-2 RCS propellant consumption . 5-99

5.1.11-1 Landing system performance . 5-108

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5.4.1-1 Radiation shield temperatures (orbital) . 5-148

5.4.2-2 SPS +Y chamber pressure traces

(a) Unit I firings ascent through no. 4 . 5-162


(b) Unit I engine firings no. 5 through no. 8
and Unit II engine firings no. i and
no. 2 . 5-163

5.4.2-2 SPS skin temperature

(a) +Y Unit I . 5-164


(b) -Y Unit ! . 5-165
(c) Unit II . 5-166

5.4.2-3 PPS performance transients

(a) Ascent maneuver . 5-167


(b) In orbit maneuver no. i . 5-168
(c) In orbit maneuver no. 2 ., 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 5-169
(d) In orbit maneuver no. 3 . • • 5-170
(e) In orbit maneuver no. 4 . 5-171
(f) In orbit maneuver no. 5 . 5-172
(g) In orbit maneuver no. 6 . 5-173
(h) In orbit maneuver no. 7 . 5-174
(i) In orbit maneuver no. 8 . 5-175

5.4.2-4 PPS tank pressure 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen profile . 5-176

5.4.2-5 PPS thermal history

(a) Main tanks, 0 through 38 hours GATV


g. e. t . 5-177
(b) Main tanks, 38 through 76 hours GATV
g.e.t . 5-178
(c) Start tanks 0 to 35 hours . 5-179
(d) Start tanks 78 to 76 hours . 5-180

5.4.2-6 SPS -Y chamber pressure traces

(a) Unit I engine firings, ascent through no. 4 Psychonauts 2 é a aventura mais genial e diferente do ano | Análise 5-181


(b) Unit I engine firings no. 5 through no. 8,
and Unit II engine firings no. i and
no, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 2 . 5-182

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5.4.2-7 SPS thermal history

(a) Nitrogen spheres . 5-183


(b) Propellant tanks and valves, +Y module . 5-184
(c) Propellant tanks and valves, -Y modulo . 5-185

5.4.5-1 GATVreal-time telemetry data . 5-188

5.4.3-2 GATV tape recorder dumped data . 5-189

5.4.5-1 Ascent guidance performance

(a) Yaw axis . 5-199


(b) Pitch axis . 5-200
(c) Roll axis . 5-201

5.4.5-2 Guidance performance (revolution 18 maneuver)

(a) 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Yaw axis . 5-202


(h) Pitch axis . 5-203
(c) Roll axis . 5-204

5.4.5-3 Guidance performance (revolution 26 maneuver)

(a) Yaw axis . 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 5-205


(b) Pitch axis . 5-206
(c) Roll axis . 5-207

5.4.5-4 Guidance performance (revolution 31 maneuver)

(a) Yaw axis . 5-208


(b) Pitch axis . 5-209
(c) Roll axis . 5-210

5.4.5-5 GATV hydraulic channel response . 5-211

5.4.5-6 GATV control gas usage . 5-212

6.1-1 Quantity variations in fuel-cell reactant supply


system (RSS) during powered flight . 6-20

6.1-2 GATV summary flight plan

(a) 0 to 25 _r . 6-21


(b) 25 to 50 hr . 6-22
(c) 50 to 75 hr . 6-25

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6.3-1 Launch site landing area recovery force


deployment . 6-41

6.3-2 Gemini VIII launch abort areas and recovery


ship and aircraft deployment . 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 6-42

6.3-3 Gemini VIII landing zone force deployment . 6-43

6.3-4 Primary landing area recovery force deployment . 6-44

6.3-5 Contingency recovery force deployment 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen . 6-45

6.3-6 Flight crew in spacecraft prior to retrieval . 6-46

6.3-7 Spacecraft landing area information . 6-47

6.3-8 R and R Section . 6-48

7.1.1-1 Summary flight plan . 7-13

7.1.2-1 0nboard target-centered coordinate plot of


rendezvous . 7-28

7.2-1 Physiological measurements

126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen (a) Con_aand pilot . 7-48


(b) Pilot . 7-49

7.2-2 Effects of spacecraft roll rate on pilots'


126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen rate . 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 7-51

12.1-1 Spacecraft 8 test 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen at contractor


facility . 12-2

12.1-2 Spacecraft 8 significant problems at contractor


facility . 12-3

12.1-3 Spacecraft 8 test history at Cape Kennedy . 12-4

12.1-4 Spacecraft 8 significant problems at


Cape Kennedy . 12-5

12.1-_ GLV-8 history at Denver and Baltimore . 12-6

12.1-6 GLV-8 history at Cape Kennedy . 12- 7

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12.1-7 GATV 5003 history at contractor facility . 12-8

12.1-8 TDA 3 test history and significant problem areas


at contractor facility . 12- 9

12.1- 9 GATV 5003 and TDA 3 test history at Cape


Kennedy . 12-10

12.1-10 GATV 5003 and TDA 3 problems at Cape Kennedy . 12-11

12.1-11 SLV 5302 history at contractor facility 12-12

12.1-12 SLV 5302 history at Cape Kennedy . 12-13

12.2-1 Variation of wind direction and velocity with


altitude for the launch area at 15:11 G.m.t.,
March 16, 1966 . 12-20

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1.0 MISSION SUMMARY

The sixth manned mission, designated Gemini VIII, was the second
rendezvous mission and the first docking mission of the Gemini Program.
The Gemini Atlas-Agena Target Vehicle was launched from Complex 14,
Cape Kennedy, Florida, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, at 9:00:03 a.m.e.s.t, on March 16, 1966. The
Gemini Space Vehicle, with Astronaut Neil A. Armstrong, command pilot,
and Astronaut David R. Scott, pilot, was launched from Complex 19,
Cape Kennedy, Florida, at 10:41:02 a.m.e.s.t, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen on March 16, 1966. The
flight was scheduled as a three-day mission; however, because of a
spacecraft control-system anomaly which necessitated activation of the
Reentry Control System_ the manned phase of the flight was concluded at
approximately 13 hours 52 minutes ground elapsed time. During the
anomaly period, the crew exhibited a calm attitude and deliberate manner
in analyzing the problem and bringing the spacecraft back under control;
they then performed a normal closed-loop reentry, controlling the space-
craft to a nominal landing. Recovery of the flight crew and the space-
craft was accomplished in the western Pacific Ocean at 25 21' north
latitude, 135 ° 56' east longitude as reported by the recovery ship,
U.S.S. Leonard Mason. The crew demonstrated satisfactory control of
the rendezvous and docking and completed the flight in good physical
condition.

A primary objective of rendezvousing and doching with the Gemini


Agena Target Vehicle was accomplished. The secondary objectives that
were accomplished were rendezvousing and docking during the fourth rev-
o!ution, evaluating the Auxiliary Tape Memory Unit, demonstrating a
controlled reentry, and parking the Gemini Agena Target Vehicle. Two
of the secondary objectives were partially accomplished in that some
systems evaluation was conducted and two of the ten experiments were
performed. Early termination of the mission precluded accomplishment
of the remaining objectives of the mission.

The performance of the Gemini Atlas-Agena Target Vehicle was satis-


factory for this mission. The countdown was completed with no holds
and, after a nominal lift-off and launch phase, the Gemini Agena Target
Vehicle was inserted into the planned coast-ellipse trajectory. The
Primary Propulsion System of the Gemini Agena Target Vehicle ignited as
planned and inserted the vehicle into a 161.3-nautical-mile circular
orbit (referenced to a spherical earth having a radius equal to that
of the launch complex). These orbital elements were within one mile of
the planned orbital elements.

One hour 40 minutes 59 seconds after the successful launch of the


Gemini Atlas-Agena Target Vehicle, the Gemini Spacecraft also was
launched successfully. The performance of the Gemini Launch Vehicle
was satisfactory in all respects. The countdown was entirely nominal

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with no unscheduled holds_ and the lift-off occurred within one-half
second of the scheduled time. First-stage flight was normal, with all
planned events occurring within required limits. The first-stage offset
yaw-steering technique was used to place the spacecraft into an orbital
plane very close to the plane of the target-vehicle orbit.

Staging was nominal_ and the second-stage flight was normal. The
spacecraft was inserted into an orbit having a 86.3-nautical-mile peri-
gee and a 146.7-nautical-mile apogee referenced to a Fischer ellipsoid
earth. The perigee was 0.3 nautical mile below that planned aud the
apogee was 1.2 nautical miles above that planned. At spacecraft inser-
tions the slant range to the Gemini Agena Target Vehicle was a nominal
1060 nautical miles.

During the following period of 5 hours 52 minutes_ nine maneuvers


were performed by the crew to effect the rendezvous with the Gemini
Agena Target Vehicle. These maneuvers were all performed using the
spacecraft guidance system for attitude reference_ and the entire ter-
minal phase of rendezvous was completed using onboard-computer solutions
and displays. Continuous radar lock-on was achieved at a range of
!80 nautical miles and no subsequent losses of lock occurred 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen the
radar was placed in standby at a distance of approximately 20 feet from
the Gemini Agena Target Vehicle. The rendezvous phase of the mission
was completed at _ hours 58 minutes ground elapsed time when Space-
craft 8 was IDO feet from the Gemini Agena Target Vehicle and all rela-
tive motion between the two vehicles had been stopped.

After station keeping for about 36 minutes, docking with the Gemini
Agena Target Vehicle was accomplished. The final docking maneuver was
begun when a distance of about 2 feet separated the two vehicles. A
relative velocity of about three-fourths of a foot per second was
achieved at the moment of contact. The nose of the spacecraft moved
into the docking adapter very smoothly and the docking and rigidizing
sequence took place very quickly and with no difficulty. The docking
sequence was completed at 6:33:22 ground elapsed time_ with the two
vehicles rigidized together.

For a period of 27 minutes after docking_ the stability and control


of the docked vehicles was excellent. At approximately 7:00:30 ground
elapsed time_ the crew noted that the spacecraft-Gemini 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Agena Target
Vehicle combination was developing unexpected roll and yaw rates. The
command pilot was able to reduce these rates to essentially zero_
however_ after he released the hand comtroller_ the rates began to in-
crease again and the crew 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen it difficult to effectively control the
rates without excessive use of 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Orbital Attitude and Maneuver
System propellants. In an effort to isolate the problem and stop the
excessive fuel consumption_ the crew initiated the sequence to undock

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the spacecraft from the Gemini Agena Target Vehicle. After undocking,
the spacecraft rates in roll and yaw began to increase_ indicating a
spacecraft problem which the crew attempted to isolate by initiating
malfunction-analysis procedures. When the rates reached approximately
300 degrees per second_ the crew completely deactivated the Orbital
Attitude and Maneuver System and activated both rings of the Reentry
Control System in the direct-direct mode. After ascertaining that
spacecraft rates could be reduced using the Reentry Control System, one
ring of the system was turned off to save fuel for reentry and the
spacecraft rates were reduced to zero using the other ring. The crew
continued the malfunction analysis and isolated the problem area to the
no. 8 thruster (yaw left-roll left) in the Orbital Attitude and Maneuver
System. The circuitry to this thruster had failed to an "on" condition.

The performance of the spacecraft 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen very satisfactory, except


for the yaw-left thruster malfunction. Because this malfunction re-
sulted in a necessity to activate the Reentry Control System_ a decision
was reached to terminate the flight during the seventh revolution and
land in secondary recovery area no. 3 in the western Pacific Ocean.

The retrofire sequence was initiated exactly on time at 10:04:47


ground elapsed time. Spacecraft reentry and landing were nominal and
the landing point achieved was less than 7 nautical miles from that
planned. The crew of one of the search airplanes sighted the spacecraft
descending on the main parachute. Recovery was accomplished very effi-
ciently and the crew and spacecraft 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen onboard the recovery ship,
U.S.S. Leonard Mason, approximately 3 hours ii minutes after landing.

After the end of the manned phase of the mission_ a flight plan was
developed to exercise the Gemini Agena Target Vehicle. Eleven maneuvers
using the two propulsion systems were conducted during the remainder of
the mission (includes nine Secondary Propulsion System firings associ-
ated w{th the nine Primary Propulsion System firings). The Gemini Agena
Target Vehicle and its systems operated satisfactorily during the en-
tire mission except for the flight control system_ which exhibited a
yaw error accompanied by a slight pitch error during all Primary Pro-
pulsion System maneuvers. The yaw error was caused by an offset center-
of-gravity of the Gemini Ageua Target Vehicle in combination with the
long time constant of the control system in response to attitude errors.
This slow response was due to modifications to the standard Agena D
control system which were necessary to provide dynamic stability of the
docked combination during maneuvers with the Primary Propulsion System.

Flight control personnel were able to condensate in the final


maneuvers for the yaw error and placed the Gemini Agena Target Vehicle
in an orbit having a 222-nautical-mile apogee and a 220-nautical-mile
perigee_ or within 2 miles of the desired circular orbit.

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this vehicle can be used for an alternate rendezvous as a passive target
during later missions.

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2.0 INTRODUCTION

A description of the Gemini VIII mission, as well as a discussion


of the evaluation of the mission results, is contained in this report.
The evaluation covers the time from the start of the simultaneous
countdown of the Gemini Atlas-Agena Target Vehicle and the Gemini
Space Vehicle to the date of publication of the report.

Detailed discussions are found in the major sections related to


each principal area of effort. Some redundancy may be found in various
sections where it is required for a logical presentation of the subject
matter.

Data were reduced only in areas of importance from telemetry, on-


board records, and ground-based radar tracking. In evaluating the
performance of the Atlas Standard launch Vehicle and Gemini Launch
Vehicle, all available data were processed. The evaluation of all
vehicles involved in the mission consisted of analyzing the flight
results and comparing them with the results from ground tests and from
previous missions.

Section 6.1, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, FLIGHT CONTROL, is based on observations and evalua-


tions made in real time_ and, therefore, may not coincide with the re-
sults obtained from the detailed postflight analysis.

Brief descriptions of the ten experiments flown on this mission


are presented in section 8.0, and preliminary results and conclusions
on the two experiments performed are included.

The mission objectives, as set forth in the Mission Directive,


formed the basis for evaluation of the flight and were of paramount
consideration during preparation of this report. The primary objec-
tives of the Gemini VIII mission were as follows:

(a) Perform rendezvous and docking with the Gemini Agena Target
Vehicle.

(b) Conduct extravehicular activities.

The secondary objectives of the Gemini VIII mission were as


follows:

(a) Perform rendezvous and docking 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen with the Gemini Agena Target
Vehicle during the fourth revolution.

(b) Perform docked-vehicle maneuvers using the Gemini Agena Target


Vehicle Secondary Propulsion System.

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(c) Conduct systems evaluation.

(d) Conduct ten experiments.

(e) Conduct docking practice.

(f) Perform a re-rendezvous.

(g) Evaluate 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen the Auxiliary Tape Memory Unit.

(h) Demonstrate a controlled reentry.

(i) Park the Gemini 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Agena Target Vehicle in a 220-nautical-mile


circular orbit.

At the time of publication of this report, more detailed analyses


of data on the performance of the launch vehicles, Gemini Agena Target
Vehicle, and the Radio Guidance System were continuing. Analyses of
the spacecraft and the Inertial Guidance System were also continuing.
Supplemental reports, listed in section 12.4, will be issued to pro-
vide documented results of these analyses.

The results of previous Gemini missions are reported in refer-


ences i through 8.

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The space vehicle for the Gemini VIII mission consisted of Space-
craft 8 and Gemini Launch Vehicle (GLV) 8. The Gemini Atlas-Agena
Target Vehicle (GAATV) consisted of Gemini Agena Target Vehicle (GATV)
5003 and Target Launch Vehicle (TLV) 5302.

The general arrangement and major reference coordinates of the


Gemini Space Vehicle are shown in figure 3.0-i. Section 3.1 of this
report 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen the spacecraft configuration, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen section 3.2 describes
the GLV configuration, and section 3.3 provides the space-vehicle weight
and balance data.

The general arrangement and major reference coordinates of the


GAATV are shown in figure 3.0-2. Section 3.4 describes the GATV con-
figuration, including the Target Docking Adapter (TDA), section 3.5
describes the TLV configuration, and section 3.6 provides the weight
and balance data of the GAATV.

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1 - negative Z axis for dynamic analysis


Negative yaw for autopilot, guidance, and dynamic analysis
1 - negative yaw (Y) axis for autopilot and guidance

2 - positive Y axis for aerodynamic coefficients (Cy)


1-- positive Y axis for weight summaries
_._ 2 2 - positive X axis for weight summaries
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(c) Dimensional axes and guidances coordinates, TLV.

Figure 3.0-2. - Concluded.

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3. i GEMINI SPACECRAFT

The structure and major systems of Spacecraft 8 (fig. 3.1-1) were


of the same general configuration as the 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Gemini spacecraft.
Reference 2 provides a detailed description of the basic spacecraft
(Spacecraft 2) and references 3 through 8 describe the modifications
incorporated into the subsequent spacecraft. Except for the Fuel-Cell
Power System and the extravehicular equipment_ Spacecraft 8 most closely
resembled Spacecraft 6 (ref. 7), 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, and only the significant differences
(table 3.1-1) between those two spacecraft are inc!u_ed in this report.
Equipment associated with the Fuel Cell Power System wil! be compared
to the Spacecraft 7 system (ref. 8), 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, and the extravehicular equipment
will be compared to Spacecraft 4 equipment (ref. 4). A detailed des-
cription of Spacecraft 8 is contained in reference 9.

5. i.I Spacecraft Structure

The primary load-bearing structure of Spacecraft 8 was essentially


the same as that of Spacecraft 6. However, some changes were incor-
porated to facilitate the planned extravehicular activity (EVA) (see
section 3.1.2.12).

3.1.2 Major Systems

3.1.2.1 Con_annications System.- The follo_ng changes were re-


quired to the Co_aunications System because of the planned EVA. At
lift-off, the voice tape recorder was mounted as normal, adjacent to
the pilot's right elbow_ however_ it was pla_med that during prepara-
tion for the EVA, the recorder would be relocated by the flight crew so
that it was accessible to the command pilot for changing the voice tape
cartridges. The recorder would have been secured with Velcro tape to
the Velcro on the cabin wall, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. The recorder circuits were modified to
permit received_ as well as transmitted, voice communications to be
recorded. A UHF voice transceiver was included in the Extravehicular
Support Package (section 3.1.2.12) for communication between the extra-
vehicular pilot and the command pilot. This transceiver was of the
same configuration as the one to be used in the Astronaut Maneuvering
Unit (AMU) during later EVA missions.

3.1.2.2 Instrumentation and Recording System.- The Instrumentation


and Recording System was basically the same as the one used on Space-
craft 6. However, four additional accelerometers were installed to
provide data for determining the stability of the docked Spacecraft-
GATV combination during the GATV Secondary Propulsion System (SPS) firing.

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3.1.2.3 Environmental Control System- The following changes were
incorporated into the Environmental Control System (ECS).

3.1.2.3.1 Cabin heat exchanger: The cabin heat exchanger and


its associated fan and components were not installed.

3.1.2.3.3 Egress oxygen system: The complete egress oxygen


system was deleted.

3.1.2.3.3 Cabin repressurization control: A locking device was


added to the cabin-repressurization control-valve handle to prevent
inadvertent opening.

3. i. 2.3.4 Cabin vent-valve redundant seal stopper: A manually


operated redundant seal stopper installed over the inlet of the cabin
vent valve was similar to that used on Spacecraft 7, except that it
could be reseated. This seal stopper provided a backup seal for the
cabin pressurization in case of an inadvertent opening of the cabin
vent valve.

5.1.2.3.5 Water storage tanks: Because of the use of the Fuel


Cell Power System, the 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen storage tanks were similar in f_unction to
those installed in Spacecraft 7. However_ the 5-day mission required
only two tanks (fig. 3.1-2), each having a capacity of 42 pounds of
water. Each tank was constructed of two aluminum half-spherical shells
separated by a titanium ring. Two diaphragms were installed in each
tank, one at each mating surface of the titanium ring with the aluminum
shell. In tank A, 19 psia of gaseous nitrogen, and in tank B, 36 pounds
of drinking water, were stored in the aluminum shells prior to launch.
The purpose of the titanium ring was to preclude the destructive re-
action between the aluminum shells and the acidic water from the fuel-
cell sections.

In flight_ the fuel-cell product water was transferred into both


storage tanks, between the diaphragms_ causing the diaphragms to expand
and pressurize the drinking-water system. As the quantity of fuel-cell
product water increased in proportion to the amount of water consumed
by the flight crew, a dual pressure regulator permitted the gas in
tank A to vent overboard. Thus_ the water system remained pressurized
at approximate!y20 psia.

3.1.2.3.6 Crossfeed valve: A crossfeed valve was installed to


interconnect the ECS breathing-oxygen system and the fuel-cell Reactant-
Supply-System (RSS) oxygen. This arrangement was similar to that used
for Spacecraft 7.

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3.1.2.3.7 Coolant pumps: Two coolant pumps_ an A-pump and a
B-pump_ were installed in each coolant loop. This arrangement was
similar to the Spacecraft 7 system_ however, Spacecraft 6 had only a
single A-pump in each coolant loop.

3.1.2.4 Guidance and Control System.- %_e following changes were


incorporated into the Guidance and Control System.

3.1.2.4.1 Auxiliary Tape Memory Unit: The Auxiliary Tape Memory


Unit (ATMU) (fig. 3.1-3) was installed in the spacecraft adapter assem-
bly. The ATMU increases the program-storage capability of the onboard
digital computer by providing a means of reloading portions of the com-
puter memory with various operational modes such as ascent, catchup,
rendezvous, touchdow_ predict, and reentry. A mode selector switch
(see section 3.1.2.9) enables the flight crew to select the desired
ATMU operational mode. The modes available are as follows:

(a) Standby - Power is applied to the ATMUwhich remains in a


non-operating status_

(b) Automatic - The flight crew can insert instructions in the


Manual Data Insertion Unit (MDIU) and the computer will automatically
command the ATMUto wind, rewind_ program_ or verify portions of the
computer memory. The Incremental Velocity l_icator (IVI) displays the
tape position and program on the X-channel and Y-channel, respectively.

(c) Wind - The ATMU_!lwind the tape and stop automatically at


the end of the tape.

(d) Rewind - The ATMU _ili rewind the tape and stop automatically
at the beginning of the tape.

(e) Program- Programs are read from magnetic tape and stored in
the computer memory. The tape position and the program number being
transferred are displayed by the IVI.

3.1.2.4.2 Operational program: The computer operational program


deleted the ascent-abort reentry mode and added the touchdown-predict
mode. The touchdown-predict mode could calculate the trajectory data
and predict the touchdown point for a landing at any time between lift-
off and planned end-of-mission. At launch, t_he spacecraft computer
memory contained only the portions of the operational program that were
applicable between lift-off and the end of the rendezvous phase. After
the rendezvous phase, the ascent, catchup, and rendezvous modes were
erased from the computer memory 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen the ATMUand replaced by the reentry
and touchdown modes. The ATMU could load, verify, or reload any of these
five modes (see section 3.1.2.4.1).

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ATMU (see section 3.1.2.4)_ the Time Reference System was the same as
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command was used to provide the ATMU with a verify or a reprogram com-
mandj and when the computer-write mode was used, computer-clock and
computer-write data signals were used to transfer data to the ATMU.

3.1.2.6 Electrical System.- The Electrical System (fig. 3.1-4)


included a Fuel Cell Power System 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen was the same as the Spacecraft 7
system_ except that the hydrogen regenerative cooling line and the
insulation on the hydrogen supply tank were not incorporated. In addi-
tion to the pressure differential data provided by the switches and
warning lights on the crew-station instrument panel_ an analog readout
of these pressures was also provided to the flight crew and_ by teleme-
try_ to the ground stations.

3.1.2.7 Propulsion System.- The Orbital Attitude and Maneuver


System (0AMS) is sho_n in figure 3.1-D. The Reentry Control System
(RCS) is shown in figure 3.1-6. The following changes were incorporated
into the Propulsion System.

3.1.2.7.1 Oxidizer valve heaters: In the 0AMS, each of the


16 oxidizer solenoid valves was provided with a thermostatically con-
trolled redundant !. 25-watt heater.

3. i. 2.7.2 OAMS reserve fuel tank: A reserve fuel tank was added
to the 0AMS to provide a contingency quantity of fuel because of poten-
tial gaging system inaccuracies in the primary fuel system. The reserve
tank was of the same configuration as the RCS fuel tank and was mounted
on the adapter-assembly internal structure, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. An F-package was also pro-
vided to isolate pressure from the reserve tank until after depletion
of the fuel supply in the primary tank. The operation of the reserve
tank and F-package was the same as for Spacecraft 7 (ref. 8).

126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 3.!.2.8 Pyrotechnic System.- F_cept for the pyrotechnic devices


associated with the EVA equipment and _th experiments, the Pyrotechnic
System was similar to the one used on Spacecraft 6. The pyrotechnic
devices required for the planned EVA included three guillotines for
severing the cable which retained the handholds and foot supports in
the adapter section and for severing the attachment bolt that secured
the Extravehicular Support Package (ESP) (see section 3.1.2.12). Also,
four cable-cutter guillotines were installed for releasing equipment
planned for use with experiments D-!4, D-I_, D-16_ and S- 9 (see
section 8.0).

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3.1.2.9 Crew-station furnishings and equipment.- The following
changes were incorporated into the crew-station furnishings and equip-
ment.

3.1.2.9.1 Controls and displays: In addition to the following


changes, the crew-station controls and displays (fig. 3.!-7) also
included minor changes in the nomenclature of indicators and switch
positions.

(a) A panel was installed to monitor and control the ATMU and
contained an 0N-RESET-0FF switch, a mode selector switch, a running
light_ and an error light.

(b) In addition to switches for controlling the GATV, the Agena


control panel also contained switches and circuit breakers for supply-
ing power for the EVA lights and pyrotechnics and for the planned
experiments S-9, D-14_ and D-I>. (See section 8.0.)

(c) The fuel-cell power monitor was similar to the one used for
Spacecraft 7. The two fuel-cell differential-pressurewarning lights
incorporated into the annunciator panel monitored and warned of exces-
sive differential pressures between the two fuel-cell reactants and
between the reactants and the product _rater. The main-bus ammeter in-
stalled on Spacecraft 6 _as removed from Spacecraft 7 and 8 to provide
space for the fuel-cell monitor and control panel. T_o of the six
sm_aeters previously used to monitor the fuel-cell stack currents were
changed to monitor the two nmin-bus currents. The ac voltmeter moni-
tored the 26 V-ac, 400-cps system.

(d) A switch was provided for the 0AMS reserve fuel tank.

(e) Two control switches were installed for starting and stopping
the TDA rigidizing sequence and for initiating the docking and unrigid-
izing sequences (see section 3.4.12). These switches were for use by
the flight crew if the automatic sequencing circuits had failed.

(f) A light was added to the digital clock to provide increased


lighting for the elapsed-time display. AnON-0FF switch and dimming
control was installed adjacent to the clock.

(g) Displays and controls were installed for experiments S-9,


I)-14, and D-15 (see section 8.0).

3.1.2.9.2 Miscellaneous equipment changes: The ejection-seat


system was modified to reduce the height of the egress kit, and this
change_ combined with the removal of the egress oxygen system (sec-
tion 3.1.2.3), required minor changes in the method of egress-kit
ejection.

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3.1.2.9.3 Stowage facilities: The stowage containers are shown
in figure 3.1-8, Table 3.1-II lists the major items of equipment,
including cameras, stowed in the containers at launch.

3.1.2.10 Landing Systenu- There were no significant changes to


the Landing Systenu

3.1.2. i! Postlanding and Recovery Systems.- There were no signi-


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126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 3.1.2.12 Extravehicular activity equipment.- The following modi-


fications were incorporated in the spacecraft and the G4C space suits
to permit EVA. In addition, the Extravehicular Life Support System
(ELSS) and the ESP were provided to equip the pilot for the planned
extravehicular operation.

3.1.2.12.1 Spacecraft modification for extravehicular activity:


An external handrail assembly (fig, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 3.1-9) was added to the exterior
surface of the spacecraft adapter assembly behind the right hatch. The
handrail, composed of two units_ Smadav Pro 2022 14.6.2 With Crack Full Version [Latest] stowed flush on the surface of the
adapter during launch. The aft handrail was automatically extended to
the EVA position after the spacecraft was separated from the launch
vehicle. The forward handrail was to be extended by pilot actuation of
a latching device. To augunent the handrail, Ve!cro hook patches
(fig. 3.1-9) were also added to serve as handholds on the external sur-
face of the spacecraft. The patches were spaced at 1-foot intervals in
the following locations:

(a) From the right hatch to the vicinity of the docking bar

(b) Circumferentially around the spacecraft at the fo_¢ard and


aft ends of the adapter assembly

(c) From the left hatch to the aft end of the adapter assembly
and in a line parallel to the EVA handrail

Handholds and foot supports (fig. 3.1-i0) were added inside the
spacecraft adapter assembly to enable the pilot to don the ESP during
the planned EVA. Because of load considerations and GLV dome clearance
at launch-vehicle separation, a cable retention system was incorporated
to retain the handholds and foot supports. The adapter-equipment-
section thermal curtain was redesigned to accommodate the ESP, the hand-
holds, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, and the foot supports. Floodlighting _as provided in the adapter
equipment section and a light was added to the forward end of the
adapter assembly and was pointed aft to illuminate the adapter surface
and handrail for night-side EVA. A mount was provided on the adapter
assembly just behind the right hatch to support a 16-mm movie camera

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which was to provide external photographic coverage of the EVA. A
ring (fig, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 3.1-9) was installed on the forward surface of the Rendez-
vous and Recovery Section to provide an attaching point for the EVA
tether when the spacecraft w_s not docked.

A hatch holding device was added to both hatches. This was a


tooth and ratchet system with the tooth mounted on the center torque
box of the cabin and the ratchet attached to the hatch. To provide EVA
capability through either hatch, a hatch closing device and attaching
eyebolts were added to the left hatch and were the same as the existing
installation on the right hatch. Hatch rigging procedures were changed
to insure compatibility with the hatch holding device.

3.1.2.12.2 Space suits: The G4C Gemini space suits were basically
the same as the extravehicular space suit used in the Gemini IV flight.
Two configurations of the basic suit were used. The intravehicular
suit worn by the co_aand pilot utilized the basic C_C pressure-garment
assembly _th a single-layer, lightweight cover layer. The extra-
vehicular suit worn by the pilot utilized the basic G4C pressure-garment
and helmet assemblies with the following modifications:

(a) A revised material lay-up in the cover layer provided micro-


meteoroid protection _th increased mobility by reduction in bulk.

(b) Pressure gloves with integral micrometeoroid and thermal pro-


tection were provided in lieu of the wear-over, two-glove concept used
for EVA during the Gemini IV mission.

(c) An extravehicular visor assembly, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, consisting of an outer visor


for protection from the sun and an inner visor for thermal protection
and structural strength_ was added to the pilot's helmet.

3.1.2.12.3 Extravehicular Life Support System: The ELSS shown in


figure 3.1-11 was designed as a semi-open-loop system utilizing exter-
nally supplied oxygen for ventilation and for removal of carbon dioxide.
For operation with spacecraft oxygen_ the gas was to be delivered to the
ELSS through an umbilical which would also supply electrical power,
communications, and telemetry, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen, and act as a structural restraint.
Approximate!y two-thirds of the effluent suit-ventilating stream vas to
be recirculated and the remainder was to be vented overboard by means
of a valve which controlled the suit-loop pressure to approximately
3.7 psia. The recirculated 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen would have passed through a heat ex-
changer for removal of excess moisture from the gas and use of the con-
densed moisture as a heat sink, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. Electrical heaters were incorporated
on the primary-oxygen inlet line and on the ejector to maintain the
oxygen temperature within desired limits.

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umbilical, the ESP_ or the self-contained chest-pack emergency supply
when the suit pressure fell below 3.3 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. If the primary oxygen from
the spacecraft had been interrupted for any reason_ a 33-minute emer-
gency oxygen supply, contained within the ELSS chest pack, would have
automatically maintained ventilation and pressurization of the extra_
vehicular pilot. If the heat exchanger had failed, actuation of a
manual bypass valve would have allowed additional dry oxygen to be
supplied downstream of theheat exchanger through the ejector secondary
duct into the suit. The ELSS display panel contained the malfunction-
detection warning lights and tone devices_ and a pressure gage for the
emergency oxygen supply. Power for the oxygen heaters_ pressure trans-
ducers, displays, and warning system was provided through the 25-foot
umbilical when it was connected_ or by a 24-volt silver-zinc battery
installed in the ELSS_ when on the 75-foot tether.

3.1.2.12.4 Extravehicular Support Package: The ESP (fig. 3.1-11)


was designed to provide the life-support oxygen and the compressed gas
for the Hand-Held Maneuvering Unit (HHMU) to enable the extravehicular
pilot to maneuver independent of the spacecraft supplies. While opera-
ting from the ESP, the only tie to the spacecraft was to have been the
75-foot umbilical which included hardline comnunications, biomedical
instrumentation wiring, and a mechanical tether having a tensile
strength of i000 pounds. The ESP also included a UHF voice transceiver
for backup communications. The oxygen for life support and the Freon-14
for propulsion were stored at _000 psi in a gaseous state in two pres-
sure vessels similar to the ECS secondary-oxygen pressure vessels except
that a heater was provided on the ESP outlet line to raise thetempera-
ture of the oxygen from the supply tank. With a nolmina! usage rate of
5.1 lb/hr, the ESP was capable of providing 80 minutes of support, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. The
ESP had a self-contained battery to power the oxygen heater, to energize
the oxygen and Freon-14 pressure transducers, and to power the UHF voice
transceiver.

3.1.2.12._ Hand-Held Maneuvering Unit: The HHMUwas of the same


general design as that used during the Gemini IV mission and would have
provided a thrust of approximately 2 pounds over a 200-second time span.
The major change was the use of Freon-!4 instead of oxygen as the pro-
pellant. The Freon-14 _s to be supplied by the ESP_ consequently_ the
oxygen supply bottles mounted on the _4U for the Gemini IV mission
were not installed for this mission. Also, the bracket for mounting
the EVA camera was not installed on the H_MU.

126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen UNCLASSIFIED
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TABLE 3. i-I.- SPACECRAFT 8 MODI_FICATIONS

AIDA64 Extreme 6.25.5400 Crack Archives Significant differences between the Spacecraft $


System and Spacecraft 6 configurations

Structure EVA provisions incorporated.

Cormmunicatiens No significant difference.

Instrumentation and Onboard tape recorder was removable and could record re-
Recording System ceived as well as transmitted voice communications.

_vironmental (a) Cabin heat exchanger and fan removed.

Control System (b) Egress oxygen 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen deleted.

(c) Stopper installed over inlet of cabin vent valve.

(d) _¢o 42-pound-capacity tanks installed for storing


drinking water and fuel-cell product water.

(e) Valve installed for crossfeed between fuel-cell 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen oxygen


supply and ECS breathing-oxygen supply.

(f) Two coolant pumps installed in each coolant loop.

Guidance and Control (a) Auxiliary Tape Memory Unit installed.

(b) Operational program loaded into computer prior to


launch changed because of ATITC storage capability.

Time Reference Interface provided bet_¢een ATMUand Tx address command,

computer-elock_ and computer-write data signals.

Electrical (a) Fuel Cell Power System used instead of adapter battery
Red Giant Magic Bullet Colorista II 1.0 crack serial keygen module and was same as Spacecraft 7 Fue_ Cell Power
System except hydrogen regenerative cooling line and
126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen insulation on [email protected] supply tank were not
126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen incorporated.
(b) Analog readout provided for differential pressures of
fuel-cell reactants and water.

Propulsion (a) Redundant heaters added to oxidizer solenoid valves.

(b) Reserve-fuel-tank system installed for OA_.

Pyrotechnics Seven guillotines installed for releasing EVA and experi-


ment equipment.

Crew-station furnish- (a) AT_ monitor and control panel installed.

ings and equipment (b) Agena control panel modified so that it could supply
power for EVA lights and pyrotechnic devices and for
experiments S-9, D-14, and D-15.

(c) Fuel Cell Forcer System monitors and controls installed

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TABLE 3.1-1.- SPAC_ 8 MODIFICATIONS - Concluded

System Significant differences between the Spacecraft 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 8


and Spacecraft 6 configurations

Crew-station furnish- (d) Main-bus ammeters deleted to provide space for fuel-
ings and equipment cell monitor and control panel, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. Circuits changed to
(Continued) permit monitoring of main-bus currents on fuel-cell
stack ammeters.

(e) Switch added for 0AMS reserve fuel tank.

(f) Two switches installed for pilot control of TDA dock-


ing, rigidizing_ and unrigidizing sequences.

(g) Displays and controls installed for experiments S-9,


D-14, and D-15.
(h) Ejection-seat system modified to reduce height of
egress kit.

(i) Light and dimming controls added to illuminate the


elapsed-time digital-clock display.

Landing No significant change.

Postlanding and No significant change.


Recovery

EVA equipment (a) Handrails and Velcro patches added to exterior surface
(compared with of spacecraft.
Gemini IV EVA
equipment) (b) Handholds and foot supports added to spacecraft
adapter equipment section.

(c) Adapter-equipment-section thermal curtain redesigned


to accommodate _VA equipment.

(d) Lights added to adapter assembly for night-side EVA.

(e) Mount for 16-mm movie camera installed on adapter


assembly.

126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen (f) Ring installed on forward surface of R and R section


for attaching EVA tether.

(g) Hatches modified to incorporate holding devices.

(h) ELSS provided and stowed in crew-station area.

(i) ESP provided and stowed in adapter assembly.

(j) Self-contained oxygen propellant tanks and camera


126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen bracket were not installed on HNMUas they had been
on the Gemini IV HNMU.

126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen (k) G4C space suits worn by both crew members and the
pilot wore a modified cover layer_ modified pressure
gloves for thermal protection, and modified EVA visor
assembly.

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TABLE 3.1-11.- CREW-STATION STOWAGE LIST

Stowage area
(See fig. 3.1-8) Item Quantity

Centerline stowage 70-mm camera i


container
16-mm camera 2

18-mm lens, 16-mm camera 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen i

75-mm lens, 16-mm camera i

5-mm lens, L6-mm camera i

16-_n film magazine ii

Ring view finder i

70-mm camera i

70-mm film magazine 4

Cloud-top spectrometer, Experiment S-7 i

Mirror mounting bracket i

beft sidewall Spotmeter and exposure dial i


containers
Postlanding kit assembly i

Personal hygiene towel 2

Tissue dispenser i

126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Food, two-man meal 2

Pilot's preference kit i

Urine receiver i

Urine hose and filter i

126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Clamp for urine collection device 2

Plastic zipper bag 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 4

UNCLASSIFIED
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TABLE 3.1-11.- CREW-STATION STOWAGE LIST - Continued

Stowage area
(See fig. 3.1-8) Item Quantity

Left aft stowage Components for EVA consisting of i set


container
Standup electrical cable i

Umbilical assembly 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen i

Jumper cable 2
Electrical cable extension i

Dual connector 2

Standup tether i
ELSS restraint assembly 2

ELSS hose, short i


126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen ELSS hose_ long i

Penlight 2

6-inch adjustable wrench i


EVA rear-view mirror i

EVA hand pad 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 2


Knee tether i

Left pedestal Waste container i


pouch
Defecation device i

Velcro tape_ i by 12 in, 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen. 4

Velcro pile, 12 in. i

Left footwell Helmet stowage bag i

Window shade, reflective i

Right sidewall Personal hygiene towel 2


containers
126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Voice tape cartridge 8

Food_ two-man meal i

UNCLASSIFIED
UNCLASSIFIED 3-19
TABLE 3.1-11.- CR_q-STAT!ON STOWA(E LIST - Continued

Stowage area
(See fig. 3.1-8) Item 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Quantity

Right sidewall Debris cutter 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen i


container -
concluded Pilot's preference kit i

Penlight 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 2

EVA mirror and wrist 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen band i

Sunshade i

Urine sample bag_ Experiment M-5 16

Latex roll-on cuff (urine system) 6

Covering for Plight Director Attitude i


Indicator

Plastic zipper bag 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 4

Medical accessory kit i

Right aft stowage 16-_n camera (with adapter, 3 film i


container magazines, and EVA remote control
cable)

70-mm film magazine i

70-mm camera, super-wide angle i

Manual inflator, blood pressure i

Waste container 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen 2

Tissue dispenser i

Defecation device 4

Voice tape cartridge 5

Food_ two-man meal 6

UNCLASSIFIED
3-2o UNCLASSIFIED
TABLE 3.1-1Z.- CREW-STATION STOWAGE LIST - Continued

Stowage area
(See fig. 3.1-8) Item 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen Quantity

Right aft stowage Velcro tape, i by 12 in. i


container -
concluded Circuit breaker and light 126 Pet Wide Area Network 5.1.8 crack serial keygen assembly, 2
16-mm camera

Remo Recover 5.0.0.59 Crack Archives Urine sample bag, Experiment M-5 8

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CVE-2021-39342The Credova_Financial WordPress plugin discloses a site's associated Credova API account username and password in plaintext via an AJAX action whenever a site user goes to checkout on a page that has the Credova Financing option enabled. This affects versions up to, and including, 1.4.8. CVE-2021-39289Certain NetModule devices have Insecure Password Handling (cleartext or reversible encryption), These models with firmware before 4.3.0.113, 4.4.0.111, and 4.5.0.105 are affected: NB800, NB1600, NB1601, NB1800, NB1810, NB2700, NB2710, NB2800, NB2810, NB3700, NB3701, NB3710, NB3711, NB3720, and NB3800. CVE-2021-39189Pimcore is an open source data & experience management platform. In versions prior to 10.1.3, it is possible to enumerate usernames via the forgot password functionality. This issue is fixed in version 10.1.3. As a workaround, one may apply the available patch manually. CVE-2021-39174Cachet is an open source status page system. Prior to version 2.5.1, authenticated users, regardless of their privileges (User or Admin), can leak the value of any configuration entry of the dotenv file, e.g. the application secret (`APP_KEY`) and various passwords (email, database, etc). This issue was addressed in version 2.5.1 by improving `UpdateConfigCommandHandler` and preventing the use of nested variables in the resulting dotenv configuration file. As a workaround, only allow trusted source IP addresses to access to the administration dashboard. CVE-2021-39165Cachet is an open source status page. With Cachet prior to and including 2.3.18, there is a SQL injection which is in the `SearchableTrait#scopeSearch()`. Attackers without authentication can utilize this vulnerability to exfiltrate sensitive data from the database such as administrator's password and session. The original repository of Cachet <https://github.com/CachetHQ/Cachet> is not active, the stable version 2.3.18 and it's developing 2.4 branch is affected. CVE-2021-39138Parse Server is an open source backend that can be deployed to any infrastructure that can run Node.js. Developers can use the REST API to signup users and also allow users to login anonymously. Prior to version 4.5.1, when an anonymous user is first signed up using REST, the server creates session incorrectly. Particularly, the `authProvider` field in `_Session` class under `createdWith` shows the user logged in creating a password. If a developer later depends on the `createdWith` field to provide a different level of access between a password user and anonymous user, the server incorrectly classified the session type as being created with a `password`. The server does not currently use `createdWith` to make decisions about internal functions, so if a developer is not using `createdWith` directly, they are not affected. The vulnerability only affects users who depend on `createdWith` by using it directly. The issue is patched in Parse Server version 4.5.1. As a workaround, do not use the `createdWith` Session field to make decisions if one allows anonymous login. CVE-2021-39125Affected versions of Atlassian Jira Server and Data Center allow anonymous remote attackers to discover the usernames of users via an enumeration vulnerability in the password reset page. The affected versions are before version 8.5.10, and from version 8.6.0 before 8.13.1. CVE-2021-38979IBM Tivoli Key Lifecycle Manager 3.0, 3.0.1, 4.0, and 4.1 uses a one-way cryptographic hash against an input that should not be reversible, such as a password, but the software does not also use a salt as part of the input. IBM X-Force ID: 212785. CVE-2021-3882LedgerSMB does not set the 'Secure' attribute on the session authorization cookie when the client uses HTTPS and the LedgerSMB server is behind a reverse proxy. By tricking a user to use an unencrypted connection (HTTP), an attacker may be able to obtain the authentication data by capturing network traffic. LedgerSMB 1.8 and newer switched from Basic authentication to using cookie authentication with encrypted cookies. Although an attacker can't access the information inside the cookie, nor the password of the user, possession of the cookie is enough to access the application as the user from which the cookie has been obtained. In order for the attacker to obtain the cookie, first of all the server must be configured to respond to unencrypted requests, the attacker must be suitably positioned to eavesdrop on the network traffic between the client and the server *and* the user must be tricked into using unencrypted HTTP traffic. Proper audit control and separation of duties limit Integrity impact of the attack vector. Users of LedgerSMB 1.8 are urged to upgrade to known-fixed versions. Users of LedgerSMB 1.7 or 1.9 are unaffected by this vulnerability and don't need to take action. As a workaround, users may configure their Apache or Nginx reverse proxy to add the Secure attribute at the network boundary instead of relying on LedgerSMB. For Apache, please refer to the 'Header always edit' configuration command in the mod_headers module. For Nginx, please refer to the 'proxy_cookie_flags' configuration command. CVE-2021-38618In GFOS Workforce Management 4.8.272.1, the login page of application is prone to authentication bypass, allowing anyone (who knows a user's credentials except the password) to get access to an account. This occurs because of JSESSIONID mismanagement. CVE-2021-38617In Eigen NLP 3.10.1, a lack of access control on the /auth/v1/user/ user creation endpoint allows a standard user to create a super user account with a defined password. This directly leads to privilege escalation. CVE-2021-38557raspap-webgui in RaspAP 2.6.6 allows attackers to execute commands as root because of the insecure sudoers permissions. The www-data account can execute /etc/raspap/hostapd/enablelog.sh as root with no password; however, the www-data account can also overwrite /etc/raspap/hostapd/enablelog.sh with any executable content. CVE-2021-38474InHand Networks IR615 Router's Versions 2.3.0.r4724 and 2.3.0.r4870 have has no account lockout policy configured for the login page of the product. This may allow an attacker to execute a brute-force password attack with no time limitation and without harming the normal operation of the user. This could allow an attacker to gain valid credentials for the product interface. CVE-2021-38462InHand Networks IR615 Router's Versions 2.3.0.r4724 and 2.3.0.r4870 does not enforce an efficient password policy. This may allow an attacker with obtained user credentials to enumerate passwords and impersonate other application users and perform operations on their behalf. CVE-2021-38459The data of a network capture of the initial handshake phase can be used to authenticate at a SYSDBA level. If a specific .exe is not restarted often, it is possible to access the needed handshake packets between admin/client connections. Using the SYSDBA permission, an attacker can change user passwords or delete the database. CVE-2021-38456A use of hard-coded password vulnerability in the Moxa MXview Network Management software Versions 3.x to 3.2.2 may allow an attacker to gain access through accounts using default passwords CVE-2021-38400An attacker with physical access to Boston Scientific Zoom Latitude Model 3120 can remove the hard disk drive or create a specially crafted USB to extract the password hash for brute force reverse engineering of the system password. CVE-2021-3833Integria IMS login check uses a loose comparator ("==") to compare the MD5 hash of the password provided by the user and the MD5 hash stored in the database. An attacker with a specific formatted password could exploit this vulnerability in order to login in the system with different passwords. CVE-2021-38322The Twitter Friends Widget WordPress plugin is vulnerable to Reflected Cross-Site Scripting via the pmc_TF_user and pmc_TF_password parameter found in the ~/twitter-friends-widget.php file which allows attackers to inject arbitrary web scripts, in versions up to and including 3.1. CVE-2021-38165Lynx through 2.8.9 mishandles the userinfo subcomponent of a URI, which allows remote attackers to discover cleartext credentials because they may appear in SNI data. CVE-2021-38153Some components in Apache Kafka use `Arrays.equals` to validate a password or key, which is vulnerable to timing attacks that make brute force attacks for such credentials more likely to be successful. Users should upgrade to 2.8.1 or higher, or 3.0.0 or higher where this vulnerability has been fixed. The affected versions include Apache Kafka 2.0.0, 2.0.1, 2.1.0, 2.1.1, 2.2.0, 2.2.1, 2.2.2, 2.3.0, 2.3.1, 2.4.0, 2.4.1, 2.5.0, 2.5.1, 2.6.0, 2.6.1, 2.6.2, 2.7.0, 2.7.1, and 2.8.0. CVE-2021-37933An LDAP injection vulnerability in /account/login in Huntflow Enterprise before 3.10.6 could allow an unauthenticated, remote user to modify the logic of an LDAP query and bypass authentication. The vulnerability is due to insufficient server-side validation of the email parameter before using it to construct LDAP queries. An attacker could bypass authentication exploiting this vulnerability by sending login attempts in which there is a valid password but a wildcard character in email parameter. CVE-2021-3791An information disclosure vulnerability was reported in some Motorola-branded Binatone Hubble Cameras that could allow an unauthenticated attacker on the same subnet to download an encrypted log file containing sensitive information such as WiFi SSID and password. CVE-2021-3774Meross Smart Wi-Fi 2 Way Wall Switch (MSS550X), on its 3.1.3 version and before, creates an open Wi-Fi Access Point without the required security measures in its initial setup. This could allow a remote attacker to obtain the Wi-Fi SSID as well as the password configured by the user from Meross app via Http/JSON plain request. CVE-2021-37693Discourse is an open-source platform for community discussion. In Discourse before versions 2.7.8 and 2.8.0.beta4, when adding additional email addresses to an existing account on a Discourse site an email token is generated as part of the email verification process. Deleting the additional email address does not invalidate an unused token which can then be used in other contexts, including reseting a password. CVE-2021-37555TX9 Automatic Food Dispenser v3.2.57 devices allow access to a shell as root/superuser, a related issue to CVE-2019-16734. To connect, the telnet service is used on port 23 with the default password of 059AnkJ for the root account. The user can then download the filesystem through preinstalled BusyBox utilities (e.g., tar and nc). CVE-2021-37551In JetBrains YouTrack before 2021.2.16363, system user passwords were hashed with SHA-256. CVE-2021-37548In JetBrains TeamCity before 2021.1, passwords in cleartext sometimes could be stored in VCS. CVE-2021-37541In JetBrains Hub before 2021.1.13402, HTML injection in the password reset email was possible. CVE-2021-37393In RPCMS v1.8 and below, the "nickname" variable is not properly sanitized before being displayed on page. Attacker can use "update password" function to inject XSS payloads into nickname variable, and achieve stored XSS. Users who view the articles published by the injected user will trigger the XSS. CVE-2021-37333Laravel Booking System Booking Core 2.0 is vulnerable to Session Management. A password change at sandbox.bookingcore.org/user/profile/change-password does not invalidate a session that is opened in a different browser. CVE-2021-37184A vulnerability has been identified in Industrial Edge Management (All versions < V1.3). An unauthenticated attacker could change the the password of any user in the system under certain circumstances. With this an attacker could impersonate any valid user on an affected system. CVE-2021-37172A vulnerability has been identified in SIMATIC S7-1200 CPU family (incl. SIPLUS variants) (V4.5.0). Affected devices fail to authenticate against configured passwords when provisioned using TIA Portal V13. This could allow an attacker using TIA Portal V13 or later versions to bypass authentication and download arbitrary programs to the PLC. The vulnerability does not occur when TIA Portal V13 SP1 or any later version was used to provision the device. CVE-2021-37163An insecure permissions issue was discovered in HMI3 Control Panel in Swisslog Healthcare Nexus operated by released versions of software before Nexus Software 7.2.5.7. The device has two user accounts with passwords that are hardcoded. CVE-2021-37157An issue was discovered in OpenGamePanel OGP-Agent-Linux through 2021-08-14. $HOME/OGP/Cfg/Config.pm has the root password in cleartext. CVE-2021-37151CyberArk Identity 21.5.131, when handling an invalid authentication attempt, sometimes reveals whether the username is valid. In certain authentication policy configurations with MFA, the API response length can be used to differentiate between a valid user and an invalid one (aka Username Enumeration). Response differentiation enables attackers to enumerate usernames of valid application users. Attackers can use this information to leverage brute-force and dictionary attacks in order to discover valid account information such as passwords. CVE-2021-36808A local attacker could bypass the app password using a race condition in Sophos Secure Workspace for Android before version 9.7.3115. CVE-2021-36804Akaunting version 2.1.12 and earlier suffers from a password reset spoofing vulnerability, wherein an attacker can proxy password reset requests through a running Akaunting instance, if that attacker knows the target's e-mail address. This issue was fixed in version 2.1.13 of the product. Please note that this issue is ultimately caused by the defaults provided by the Laravel framework, specifically how proxy headers are handled with respect to multi-tenant implementations. In other words, while this is not technically a vulnerability in Laravel, this default configuration is very likely to lead to practically identical identical vulnerabilities in Laravel projects that implement multi-tenant applications. CVE-2021-36799** UNSUPPORTED WHEN ASSIGNED ** KNX ETS5 through 5.7.6 uses the hard-coded password ETS5Password, with a salt value of Ivan Medvedev, allowing local users to read project information. NOTE: This vulnerability only affects products that are no longer supported by the maintainer. CVE-2021-36767In Digi RealPort through 4.8.488.0, authentication relies on a challenge-response mechanism that gives access to the server password, making the protection ineffective. An attacker may send an unauthenticated request to the server. The server will reply with a weakly-hashed version of the server's access password. The attacker may then crack this hash offline in order to successfully login to the server. CVE-2021-36708In ProLink PRC2402M V1.0.18 and older, the set_sys_init function in the login.cgi binary allows an attacker to reset the password to the administrative interface of the router. CVE-2021-36621Sourcecodester Online Covid Vaccination Scheduler System 1.0 is vulnerable to SQL Injection. The username parameter is vulnerable to time-based SQL injection. Upon successful dumping the admin password hash, an attacker can decrypt and obtain the plain-text password. Hence, the attacker could authenticate as Administrator. CVE-2021-36285Dell BIOS contains an Improper Restriction of Excessive Authentication Attempts vulnerability. A local authenticated malicious administrator could exploit this vulnerability to bypass excessive NVMe password attempt mitigations in order to carry out a brute force attack. CVE-2021-36284Dell BIOS contains an Improper Restriction of Excessive Authentication Attempts vulnerability. A local authenticated malicious administrator could exploit this vulnerability to bypass excessive admin password attempt mitigations in order to carry out a brute force attack. CVE-2021-36209In JetBrains Hub before 2021.1.13389, account takeover was possible during password reset. CVE-2021-36165RICON Industrial Cellular Router S9922L 16.10.3(3794) is affected by cleartext storage of sensitive information and sends username and password as base64. CVE-2021-36095Malicious attacker is able to find out valid user logins by using the "lost password" feature. This issue affects: OTRS AG ((OTRS)) Community Edition version 6.0.1 and later versions. OTRS AG OTRS 7.0.x version 7.0.28 and prior versions. CVE-2021-35973NETGEAR WAC104 devices before 1.0.4.15 are affected by an authentication bypass vulnerability in /usr/sbin/mini_httpd, allowing an unauthenticated attacker to invoke any action by adding the &currentsetting.htm substring to the HTTP query, a related issue to CVE-2020-27866. This directly allows the attacker to change the web UI password, and eventually to enable debug mode (telnetd) and gain a shell on the device as the admin limited-user account (however, escalation to root is simple because of weak permissions on the /etc/ directory). CVE-2021-35965The Orca HCM digital learning platform uses a weak factory default administrator password, which is hard-coded in the source code of the webpage in plain text, thus remote attackers can obtain administrator&#8217;s privilege without logging in. CVE-2021-35961Dr. ID Door Access Control and Personnel Attendance Management system uses the hard-code admin default credentials that allows remote attackers to access the system through the default password and obtain the highest permission. CVE-2021-35948Session fixation on password protected public links in the ownCloud Server before 10.8.0 allows an attacker to bypass the password protection when they can force a target client to use a controlled cookie. CVE-2021-35943Couchbase Server 6.5.x and 6.6.x through 6.6.2 has Incorrect Access Control. Externally managed users are not prevented from using an empty password, per RFC4513. CVE-2021-35527Password autocomplete vulnerability in the web application password field of Hitachi ABB Power Grids eSOMS allows attacker to gain access to user credentials that are stored by the browser. This issue affects: Hitachi ABB Power Grids eSOMS version 6.3 and prior versions. CVE-2021-35498The TIBCO EBX Web Server component of TIBCO Software Inc.'s TIBCO EBX, TIBCO EBX, TIBCO EBX, and TIBCO Product and Service Catalog powered by TIBCO EBX contains a vulnerability that under certain specific conditions allows an attacker to enter a password other than the legitimate password and it will be accepted as valid. Affected releases are TIBCO Software Inc.'s TIBCO EBX: versions 5.8.123 and below, TIBCO EBX: versions 5.9.3, 5.9.4, 5.9.5, 5.9.6, 5.9.7, 5.9.8, 5.9.9, 5.9.10, 5.9.11, 5.9.12, 5.9.13, and 5.9.14, TIBCO EBX: versions 6.0.0 and 6.0.1, and TIBCO Product and Service Catalog powered by TIBCO EBX: version 1.0.0. CVE-2021-35495The Scheduler Connection component of TIBCO Software Inc.'s TIBCO JasperReports Server, TIBCO JasperReports Server, TIBCO JasperReports Server, TIBCO JasperReports Server, TIBCO JasperReports Server - Community Edition, TIBCO JasperReports Server - Developer Edition, TIBCO JasperReports Server for AWS Marketplace, TIBCO JasperReports Server for ActiveMatrix BPM, and TIBCO JasperReports Server for Microsoft Azure contains an easily exploitable vulnerability that allows an authenticated attacker with network access to obtain FTP server passwords for other users of the affected system. Affected releases are TIBCO Software Inc.'s TIBCO JasperReports Server: versions 7.2.1 and below, TIBCO JasperReports Server: versions 7.5.0 and 7.5.1, TIBCO JasperReports Server: version 7.8.0, TIBCO JasperReports Server: version 7.9.0, TIBCO JasperReports Server - Community Edition: versions 7.8.0 and below, TIBCO JasperReports Server - Developer Edition: versions 7.9.0 and below, TIBCO JasperReports Server for AWS Marketplace: versions 7.9.0 and below, TIBCO JasperReports Server for ActiveMatrix BPM: versions 7.9.0 and below, and TIBCO JasperReports Server for Microsoft Azure: version 7.8.0. CVE-2021-35214The vulnerability in SolarWinds Pingdom can be described as a failure to invalidate user session upon password or email address change. When running multiple active sessions in separate browser windows, it was observed a password or email address change could be changed without terminating the user session. This issue has been resolved on September 13, 2021. CVE-2021-35193Patterson Application Service in Patterson Eaglesoft 18 through 21 accepts the same certificate authentication across different customers' installations (that have the same software version). This provides remote access to SQL database credentials. (In the normal use of the product, retrieving those credentials only occurs after a username/password authentication step; however, this authentication step is on the client side, and an attacker can develop their own client that skips this step.) CVE-2021-3519A vulnerability was reported in some Lenovo Desktop models that could allow unauthorized access to the boot menu, when the "BIOS Password At Boot Device List" BIOS setting is Yes. CVE-2021-34757Multiple vulnerabilities in Cisco Business 220 Series Smart Switches firmware could allow an attacker with Administrator privileges to access sensitive login credentials or reconfigure the passwords on the user account. For more information about these vulnerabilities, see the Details section of this advisory. CVE-2021-34744Multiple vulnerabilities in Cisco Business 220 Series Smart Switches firmware could allow an attacker with Administrator privileges to access sensitive login credentials or reconfigure the passwords on the user account. For more information about these vulnerabilities, see the Details section of this advisory. CVE-2021-3473An internal product security audit of Lenovo XClarity Controller (XCC) discovered that the XCC configuration backup/restore password may be written to an internal XCC log buffer if Lenovo XClarity Administrator (LXCA) is used to perform the backup/restore. The backup/restore password typically exists in this internal log buffer for less than 10 minutes before being overwritten. Generating an FFDC service log will include the log buffer contents, including the backup/restore password if present. The FFDC service log is only generated when requested by a privileged XCC user and it is only accessible to the privileged XCC user that requested the file. The backup/restore password is not captured if the backup/restore is initiated directly from XCC. CVE-2021-34679Thycotic Password Reset Server before 5.3.0 allows credential disclosure. CVE-2021-34574In MB connect line mymbCONNECT24, mbCONNECT24 in versions <= 2.8.0 an authenticated attacker can change the password of his account into a new password that violates the password policy by intercepting and modifying the request that is send to the server. CVE-2021-34560In PEPPERL+FUCHS WirelessHART-Gateway <= 3.0.9 a form contains a password field with autocomplete enabled. The stored credentials can be captured by an attacker who gains control over the user's computer. Therefore the user must have logged in at least once. CVE-2021-34417The network proxy page on the web portal for the Zoom On-Premise Meeting Connector Controller before version 4.6.365.20210703, Zoom On-Premise Meeting Connector MMR before version 4.6.365.20210703, Zoom On-Premise Recording Connector before version 3.8.45.20210703, Zoom On-Premise Virtual Room Connector before version 4.4.6868.20210703, and Zoom On-Premise Virtual Room Connector Load Balancer before version 2.5.5496.20210703 fails to validate input sent in requests to set the network proxy password. This could lead to remote command injection by a web portal administrator. CVE-2021-3425A flaw was found in the AMQ Broker that discloses JDBC encrypted usernames and passwords when provided in the AMQ Broker application logfile when using the jdbc persistence functionality. Versions shipped in Red Hat AMQ 7 are vulnerable. CVE-2021-34244A cross site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability was discovered in Ice Hrm 29.0.0.OS which allows attackers to create new admin accounts or change users' passwords. CVE-2021-34220Cross-site scripting in tr069config.htm in TOTOLINK A3002R version V1.1.1-B20200824 (Important Update, new UI) allows attackers to execute arbitrary JavaScript by modifying the "User Name" field or "Password" field. CVE-2021-34207Cross-site scripting in ddns.htm in TOTOLINK A3002R version V1.1.1-B20200824 (Important Update, new UI) allows attackers to execute arbitrary JavaScript by modifying the "Domain Name" field, "Server Address" field, "User Name/Email", or "Password/Key" field. CVE-2021-34204D-Link DIR-2640-US 1.01B04 is affected by Insufficiently Protected Credentials. D-Link AC2600(DIR-2640) stores the device system account password in plain text. It does not use linux user management. In addition, the passwords of all devices are the same, and they cannot be modified by normal users. An attacker can easily log in to the target router through the serial port and obtain root privileges. CVE-2021-34203D-Link DIR-2640-US 1.01B04 is vulnerable to Incorrect Access Control. Router ac2600 (dir-2640-us), when setting PPPoE, will start quagga process in the way of whole network monitoring, and this function uses the original default password and port. An attacker can easily use telnet to log in, modify routing information, monitor the traffic of all devices under the router, hijack DNS and phishing attacks. In addition, this interface is likely to be questioned by customers as a backdoor, because the interface should not be exposed. CVE-2021-33903In LCOS 10.40 to 10.42.0473-RU3 with SNMPv3 enabled on LANCOM devices, changing the password of the root user via the CLI does not change the password of the root user for SNMPv3 access. (However, changing the password of the root user via LANconfig does change the password of the root user for SNMPv3 access.) CVE-2021-33895ETINET BACKBOX E4.09 and H4.09 mismanages password access control. When a user uses the User ID of the process running BBSV to login to the Backbox UI application, the system procedure (USER_AUTHENTICATE_) used for verifying the Password returns 0 (no error). The reason is that the user is not running the XYGate application. Hence, BBSV assumes the Password is correct. For H4.09, the affected version isT0954V04^AAO. For E4.09, the affected version is 22SEP2020. CVE-2021-33880The aaugustin websockets library before 9.1 for Python has an Observable Timing Discrepancy on servers when HTTP Basic Authentication is enabled with basic_auth_protocol_factory(credentials=...). An attacker may be able to guess a password via a timing attack. CVE-2021-33723A vulnerability has been identified in SINEC NMS (All versions < V1.0 SP2 Update 1). An authenticated attacker could change the user profile of any user without proper authorization. With this, the attacker could change the password of any user in the affected system. CVE-2021-33700SAP Business One, version - 10.0, allows a local attacker with access to the victim's browser under certain circumstances, to login as the victim without knowing his/her password. The attacker could so obtain highly sensitive information which the attacker could use to take substantial control of the vulnerable application. CVE-2021-33617Zoho ManageEngine Password Manager Pro before 11.2 11200 allows login/AjaxResponse.jsp?RequestType=GetUserDomainName&userName= username enumeration, because the response (to a failed login request) is null only when the username is invalid. CVE-2021-33583REINER timeCard 6.05.07 installs a Microsoft SQL Server with an sa password that is hardcoded in the TCServer.jar file. CVE-2021-33570Postbird 0.8.4 allows stored XSS via the onerror attribute of an IMG element in any PostgreSQL database table. This can result in reading local files via vectors involving XMLHttpRequest and open of a file:/// URL, or discovering PostgreSQL passwords via vectors involving Window.localStorage and savedConnections. CVE-2021-33563Koel before 5.1.4 lacks login throttling, lacks a password strength policy, and shows whether a failed login attempt had a valid username. This might make brute-force attacks easier. CVE-2021-33540In certain devices of the Phoenix Contact AXL F BK and IL BK product families an undocumented password protected FTP access to the root directory exists. CVE-2021-33538In Weidmueller Industrial WLAN devices in multiple versions an exploitable improper access control vulnerability exists in the iw_webs account settings functionality. A specially crafted user name entry can cause the overwrite of an existing user account password, resulting in remote shell access to the device as that user. An attacker can send commands while authenticated as a low privilege user to trigger this vulnerability. CVE-2021-33531In Weidmueller Industrial WLAN devices in multiple versions an exploitable use of hard-coded credentials vulnerability exists in multiple iw_* utilities. The device operating system contains an undocumented encryption password, allowing for the creation of custom diagnostic scripts. An attacker can send diagnostic scripts while authenticated as a low privilege user to trigger this vulnerability. CVE-2021-33347An issue was discovered in JPress v3.3.0 and below. There are XSS vulnerabilities in the template module and tag management module. If you log in to the background by means of weak password, the storage XSS vulnerability can occur. CVE-2021-33346There is an arbitrary password modification vulnerability in a D-LINK DSL-2888A router product. An attacker can use this vulnerability to modify the password of the admin user without authorization. CVE-2021-33325The Portal Workflow module in Liferay Portal 7.3.2 and earlier, and Liferay DXP 7.0 before fix pack 93, 7.1 before fix pack 19, and 7.2 before fix pack 7, user's clear text passwords are stored in the database if workflow is enabled for user creation, which allows attackers with access to the database to obtain a user's password. CVE-2021-33322In Liferay Portal 7.3.0 and earlier, and Liferay DXP 7.0 before fix pack 96, 7.1 before fix pack 18, and 7.2 before fix pack 5, password reset tokens are not invalidated after a user changes their password, which allows remote attackers to change the user&#8217;s password via the old password reset token. CVE-2021-33321Insecure default configuration in Liferay Portal 6.2.3 through 7.3.2, and Liferay DXP before 7.3, allows remote attackers to enumerate user email address via the forgot password functionality. The portal.property login.secure.forgot.password should be defaulted to true. CVE-2021-3332WPS Hide Login 1.6.1 allows remote attackers to bypass a protection mechanism via post_password. CVE-2021-33219An issue was discovered in CommScope Ruckus IoT Controller 1.7.1.0 and earlier. There are Hard-coded Web Application Administrator Passwords for the admin and nplus1user accounts. CVE-2021-33218An issue was discovered in CommScope Ruckus IoT Controller 1.7.1.0 and earlier. There are Hard-coded System Passwords that provide shell access. CVE-2021-33209An issue was discovered in Fimer Aurora Vision before 2.97.10. The response to a failed login attempt discloses whether the username or password is wrong, helping an attacker to enumerate usernames. This can make a brute-force attack easier. CVE-2021-33190In Apache APISIX Dashboard version 2.6, we changed the default value of listen host to 0.0.0.0 in order to facilitate users to configure external network access. In the IP allowed list restriction, a risky function was used for the IP acquisition, which made it possible to bypass the network limit. At the same time, the default account and password are fixed.Ultimately these factors lead to the issue of security risks. This issue is fixed in APISIX Dashboard 2.6.1 CVE-2021-33003Delta Electronics DIAEnergie Version 1.7.5 and prior may allow an attacker to retrieve passwords in cleartext due to a weak hashing algorithm. CVE-2021-32926When an authenticated password change request takes place, this vulnerability could allow the attacker to intercept the message that includes the legitimate, new password hash and replace it with an illegitimate hash. The user would no longer be able to authenticate to the controller (Micro800: All versions, MicroLogix 1400: Version 21 and later) causing a denial-of-service condition CVE-2021-32800Nextcloud server is an open source, self hosted personal cloud. In affected versions an attacker is able to bypass Two Factor Authentication in Nextcloud. Thus knowledge of a password, or access to a WebAuthN trusted device of a user was sufficient to gain access to an account. It is recommended that the Nextcloud Server is upgraded to 20.0.12, 21.0.4 or 22.1.0. There are no workaround for this vulnerability. CVE-2021-32795ArchiSteamFarm is a C# application with primary purpose of idling Steam cards from multiple accounts simultaneously. In versions prior to 4.3.1.0 a Denial of Service (aka DoS) vulnerability which allows attacker to remotely crash running ASF instance through sending a specifically-crafted Steam chat message exists. The user sending the message does not need to be authorized within the bot or ASF process. The attacker needs to know ASF's `CommandPrefix` in advance, but majority of ASF setups run with an unchanged default value. This attack does not allow attacker to gain any potentially-sensitive information, such as logins or passwords, does not allow to execute arbitrary commands and otherwise exploit the crash further. The issue is patched in ASF V4.3.1.0. The only workaround which guarantees complete protection is running all bots with `OnlineStatus` of `0` (Offline). In this setup, ASF is able to ignore even the specifically-crafted message without attempting to interpret it. CVE-2021-32753EdgeX Foundry is an open source project for building a common open framework for internet-of-things edge computing. A vulnerability exists in the Edinburgh, Fuji, Geneva, and Hanoi versions of the software. When the EdgeX API gateway is configured for OAuth2 authentication and a proxy user is created, the client_id and client_secret required to obtain an OAuth2 authentication token are set to the username of the proxy user. A remote network attacker can then perform a dictionary-based password attack on the OAuth2 token endpoint of the API gateway to obtain an OAuth2 authentication token and use that token to make authenticated calls to EdgeX microservices from an untrusted network. OAuth2 is the default authentication method in EdgeX Edinburgh release. The default authentication method was changed to JWT in Fuji and later releases. Users should upgrade to the EdgeX Ireland release to obtain the fix. The OAuth2 authentication method is disabled in Ireland release. If unable to upgrade and OAuth2 authentication is required, users should create OAuth2 users directly using the Kong admin API and forgo the use of the `security-proxy-setup` tool to create OAuth2 users. CVE-2021-32743Icinga is a monitoring system which checks the availability of network resources, notifies users of outages, and generates performance data for reporting. In versions prior to 2.11.10 and from version 2.12.0 through version 2.12.4, some of the Icinga 2 features that require credentials for external services expose those credentials through the API to authenticated API users with read permissions for the corresponding object types. IdoMysqlConnection and IdoPgsqlConnection (every released version) exposes the password of the user used to connect to the database. IcingaDB (added in 2.12.0) exposes the password used to connect to the Redis server. ElasticsearchWriter (added in 2.8.0)exposes the password used to connect to the Elasticsearch server. An attacker who obtains these credentials can impersonate Icinga to these services and add, modify and delete information there. If credentials with more permissions are in use, this increases the impact accordingly. Starting with the 2.11.10 and 2.12.5 releases, these passwords are no longer exposed via the API. As a workaround, API user permissions can be restricted to not allow querying of any affected objects, either by explicitly listing only the required object types for object query permissions, or by applying a filter rule. CVE-2021-32731XWiki Platform is a generic wiki platform offering runtime services for applications built on top of it. Between (and including) versions 13.1RC1 and 13.1, the reset password form reveals the email address of users just by giving their username. The problem has been patched on XWiki 13.2RC1. As a workaround, it is possible to manually modify the `resetpasswordinline.vm` to perform the changes made to mitigate the vulnerability. CVE-2021-32730XWiki Platform is a generic wiki platform offering runtime services for applications built on top of it. A cross-site request forgery vulnerability exists in versions prior to 12.10.5, and in versions 13.0 through 13.1. It's possible for forge an URL that, when accessed by an admin, will reset the password of any user in XWiki. The problem has been patched in XWiki 12.10.5 and 13.2RC1. As a workaround, it is possible to apply the patch manually by modifying the `register_macros.vm` template. CVE-2021-32690Helm is a tool for managing Charts (packages of pre-configured Kubernetes resources). In versions of helm prior to 3.6.1, a vulnerability exists where the username and password credentials associated with a Helm repository could be passed on to another domain referenced by that Helm repository. This issue has been resolved in 3.6.1. There is a workaround through which one may check for improperly passed credentials. One may use a username and password for a Helm repository and may audit the Helm repository in order to check for another domain being used that could have received the credentials. In the `index.yaml` file for that repository, one may look for another domain in the `urls` list for the chart versions. If there is another domain found and that chart version was pulled or installed, the credentials would be passed on. CVE-2021-32676Nextcloud Talk is a fully on-premises audio/video and chat communication service. Password protected shared chats in Talk before version 9.0.10, 10.0.8 and 11.2.2 did not rotate the session cookie after a successful authentication event. It is recommended that the Nextcloud Talk App is upgraded to 9.0.10, 10.0.8 or 11.2.2. No workarounds for this vulnerability are known to exist. CVE-2021-32670Datasette is an open source multi-tool for exploring and publishing data. The `?_trace=1` debugging feature in Datasette does not correctly escape generated HTML, resulting in a [reflected cross-site scripting](https://owasp.org/www-community/attacks/xss/#reflected-xss-attacks) vulnerability. This vulnerability is particularly relevant if your Datasette installation includes authenticated features using plugins such as [datasette-auth-passwords](https://datasette.io/plugins/datasette-auth-passwords) as an attacker could use the vulnerability to access protected data. Datasette 0.57 and 0.56.1 both include patches for this issue. If you run Datasette behind a proxy you can workaround this issue by rejecting any incoming requests with `?_trace=` or `&_trace=` in their query string parameters. CVE-2021-32648octobercms in a CMS platform based on the Laravel PHP Framework. In affected versions of the october/system package an attacker can request an account password reset and then gain access to the account using a specially crafted request. The issue has been patched in Build 472 and v1.1.5. CVE-2021-32612The VeryFitPro (com.veryfit2hr.second) application 3.2.8 for Android does all communication with the backend API over cleartext HTTP. This includes logins, registrations, and password change requests. This allows information theft and account takeover via network sniffing. CVE-2021-32596A use of one-way hash with a predictable salt vulnerability in the password storing mechanism of FortiPortal 6.0.0 through 6.04 may allow an attacker already in possession of the password store to decrypt the passwords by means of precomputed tables. CVE-2021-32588A use of hard-coded credentials (CWE-798) vulnerability in FortiPortal versions 5.2.5 and below, 5.3.5 and below, 6.0.4 and below, versions 5.1.x and 5.0.x may allow a remote and unauthenticated attacker to execute unauthorized commands as root by uploading and deploying malicious web application archive files using the default hard-coded Tomcat Manager username and password. CVE-2021-32571** UNSUPPORTED WHEN ASSIGNED ** In OSS-RC systems of the release 18B and older during data migration procedures certain files containing usernames and passwords are left in the system undeleted but in folders accessible by top privileged accounts only. NOTE: This vulnerability only affects products that are no longer supported by the maintainer. Ericsson Network Manager is a new generation OSS system which OSS-RC customers shall upgrade to. CVE-2021-32526Incorrect permission assignment for critical resource vulnerability in QSAN Storage Manager allows authenticated remote attackers to access arbitrary password files. Suggest contacting with QSAN and refer to recommendations in QSAN Document. CVE-2021-32525The same hard-coded password in QSAN Storage Manager's in the firmware allows remote attackers to access the control interface with the administrator&#8217;s credential, entering the hard-coded password of the debug mode to execute the restricted system instructions. The referred vulnerability has been solved with the updated version of QSAN Storage Manager v3.3.3. CVE-2021-32521Use of MAC address as an authenticated password in QSAN Storage Manager, XEVO, SANOS allows local attackers to escalate privileges. Suggest contacting with QSAN and refer to recommendations in QSAN Document. CVE-2021-3252KACO New Energy XP100U Up to XP-JAVA 2.0 is affected by incorrect access control. Credentials will always be returned in plain-text from the local server during the KACO XP100U authentication process, regardless of whatever passwords have been provided, which leads to an information disclosure vulnerability. CVE-2021-32519Use of password hash with insufficient computational effort vulnerability in QSAN Storage Manager, XEVO, SANOS allows remote attackers to recover the plain-text password by brute-forcing the MD5 hash. The referred vulnerability has been solved with the updated version of QSAN Storage Manager v3.3.2, QSAN XEVO v2.1.0, and QSAN SANOS v2.1.0. CVE-2021-32462Trend Micro Password Manager (Consumer) version 5.0.0.1217 and below is vulnerable to an Exposed Hazardous Function Remote Code Execution vulnerability which could allow an unprivileged client to manipulate the registry and escalate privileges to SYSTEM on affected installations. Authentication is required to exploit this vulnerability. CVE-2021-32461Trend Micro Password Manager (Consumer) version 5.0.0.1217 and below is vulnerable to an Integer Truncation Privilege Escalation vulnerability which could allow a local attacker to trigger a buffer overflow and escalate privileges on affected installations. An attacker must first obtain the ability to execute low-privileged code on the target system in order to exploit this vulnerability. CVE-2021-32459Trend Micro Home Network Security version 6.6.604 and earlier contains a hard-coded password vulnerability in the log collection server which could allow an attacker to use a specially crafted network request to lead to arbitrary authentication. An attacker must first obtain the ability to execute high-privileged code on the target device in order to exploit this vulnerability. CVE-2021-32456SITEL CAP/PRX firmware version 5.2.01 allows an attacker with access to the local network of the device to obtain the authentication passwords by analysing the network traffic. CVE-2021-32454SITEL CAP/PRX firmware version 5.2.01 makes use of a hardcoded password. An attacker with access to the device could modify these credentials, leaving the administrators of the device without access. CVE-2021-32033Protectimus SLIM NFC 70 10.01 devices allow a Time Traveler attack in which attackers can predict TOTP passwords in certain situations. The time value used by the device can be set independently from the used seed value for generating time-based one-time passwords, without authentication. Thus, an attacker with short-time physical access to a device can set the internal real-time clock (RTC) to the future, generate one-time passwords, and reset the clock to the current time. This allows the generation of valid future time-based one-time passwords without having further access to the hardware token. CVE-2021-31912In JetBrains TeamCity before 2020.2.3, account takeover was potentially possible during a password reset. CVE-2021-31874Zoho ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus before 6104, in rare situations, allows attackers to obtain sensitive information about the password-sync database application. CVE-2021-31857In Zoho ManageEngine Password Manager Pro before 11.1 build 11104, attackers are able to retrieve credentials via a browser extension for non-website resource types. CVE-2021-31820In Octopus Server after version 2018.8.2 if the Octopus Server Web Request Proxy is configured with authentication, the password is shown in plaintext in the UI. CVE-2021-31817When configuring Octopus Server if it is configured with an external SQL database, on initial configuration the database password is written to the OctopusServer.txt log file in plaintext. CVE-2021-31816When configuring Octopus Server if it is configured with an external SQL database, on initial configuration the database password is written to the OctopusServer.txt log file in plaintext. CVE-2021-31797The user identification mechanism used by CyberArk Credential Provider prior to 12.1 is susceptible to a local host race condition, leading to password disclosure. CVE-2021-31791In Hardware Sentry KM before 10.0.01 for BMC PATROL, a cleartext password may be discovered after a failure or timeout of a command. CVE-2021-31659TP-Link TL-SG2005, TL-SG2008, etc. 1.0.0 Build 20180529 Rel.40524 is vulnerable to Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF). All configuration information is placed in the URL, without any additional token authentication information. A malicious link opened by the switch administrator may cause the password of the switch to be modified and the configuration file to be tampered with. CVE-2021-31646Gestsup before 3.2.10 allows account takeover through the password recovery functionality (remote). The affected component is the file forgot_pwd.php - it uses a weak algorithm for the generation of password recovery tokens (the PHP uniqueid function), allowing a brute force attack. CVE-2021-31585Accellion Kiteworks before 7.3.1 allows a user with Admin privileges to escalate their privileges by generating SSH passwords that allow local access. CVE-2021-3154An issue was discovered in SolarWinds Serv-U before 15.2.2. Unauthenticated attackers can retrieve cleartext passwords via macro Injection. NOTE: this had a distinct fix relative to CVE-2020-35481. CVE-2021-31539Wowza Streaming Engine before 4.8.8.01 (in a default installation) has cleartext passwords stored in the conf/admin.password file. A regular local user is able to read usernames and passwords. CVE-2021-3141In Unisys Stealth (core) before 6.0.025.0, the Keycloak password is stored in a recoverable format that might be accessible by a local attacker, who could gain access to the Management Server and change the Stealth configuration. CVE-2021-3130Within the Open-AudIT up to version 3.5.3 application, the web interface hides SSH secrets, Windows passwords, and SNMP strings from users using HTML 'password field' obfuscation. By using Developer tools or similar, it is possible to change the obfuscation so that the credentials are visible. CVE-2021-31245omr-admin.py in openmptcprouter-vps-admin 0.57.3 and earlier compares the user provided password with the original password in a length dependent manner, which allows remote attackers to guess the password via a timing attack. CVE-2021-31232The Alertmanager in CNCF Cortex before 1.8.1 has a local file disclosure vulnerability when -experimental.alertmanager.enable-api is used. The HTTP basic auth password_file can be used as an attack vector to send any file content via a webhook. The alertmanager templates can be used as an attack vector to send any file content because the alertmanager can load any text file specified in the templates list. CVE-2021-31231The Alertmanager in Grafana Enterprise Metrics before 1.2.1 and Metrics Enterprise 1.2.1 has a local file disclosure vulnerability when experimental.alertmanager.enable-api is used. The HTTP basic auth password_file can be used as an attack vector to send any file content via a webhook. The alertmanager templates can be used as an attack vector to send any file content because the alertmanager can load any text file specified in the templates list. CVE-2021-3118** UNSUPPORTED WHEN ASSIGNED ** EVOLUCARE ECSIMAGING (aka ECS Imaging) through 6.21.5 has multiple SQL Injection issues in the login form and the password-forgotten form (such as /req_password_user.php?email=). This allows an attacker to steal data in the database and obtain access to the application. (The database component runs as root.) NOTE: This vulnerability only affects products that are no longer supported by the maintainer. CVE-2021-31159Zoho ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus MSP before 10519 is vulnerable to a User Enumeration bug due to improper error-message generation in the Forgot Password functionality, aka SDPMSP-15732. CVE-2021-31152Multilaser Router AC1200 V02.03.01.45_pt contains a cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability. An attacker can enable remote access, change passwords, and perform other actions through misconfigured requests, entries, and headers. CVE-2021-30915A logic issue was addressed with improved state management. This issue is fixed in iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1, macOS Monterey 12.0.1, tvOS 15.1, watchOS 8.1, Security Update 2021-007 Catalina, macOS Big Sur 11.6.1. A person with physical access to an iOS device may be able to determine characteristics of a user's password in a secure text entry field. CVE-2021-30482In JetBrains UpSource before 2020.1.1883, application passwords were not revoked correctly CVE-2021-30463VestaCP through 0.9.8-24 allows attackers to gain privileges by creating symlinks to files for which they lack permissions. After reading the RKEY value from user.conf under the /usr/local/vesta/data/users/admin directory, the admin password can be changed via a /reset/?action=confirm&user=admin&code= URI. This occurs because chmod is used unsafely. CVE-2021-30462VestaCP through 0.9.8-24 allows the admin user to escalate privileges to root because the Sudo configuration does not require a password to run /usr/local/vesta/bin scripts. CVE-2021-3037An information exposure through log file vulnerability exists in Palo Alto Networks PAN-OS software where the connection details for a scheduled configuration export are logged in system logs. Logged information includes the cleartext username, password, and IP address used to export the PAN-OS configuration to the destination server. CVE-2021-3036An information exposure through log file vulnerability exists in Palo Alto Networks PAN-OS software where secrets in PAN-OS XML API requests are logged in cleartext to the web server logs when the API is used incorrectly. This vulnerability applies only to PAN-OS appliances that are configured to use the PAN-OS XML API and exists only when a client includes a duplicate API parameter in API requests. Logged information includes the cleartext username, password, and API key of the administrator making the PAN-OS XML API request. CVE-2021-3032An information exposure through log file vulnerability exists in Palo Alto Networks PAN-OS software where configuration secrets for the &#8220;http&#8221;, &#8220;email&#8221;, and &#8220;snmptrap&#8221; v3 log forwarding server profiles can be logged to the logrcvr.log system log. Logged information may include up to 1024 bytes of the configuration including the username and password in an encrypted form and private keys used in any certificate profiles set for log forwarding server profiles. This issue impacts: PAN-OS 8.1 versions earlier than PAN-OS 8.1.18; PAN-OS 9.0 versions earlier than PAN-OS 9.0.12; PAN-OS 9.1 versions earlier than PAN-OS 9.1.4; PAN-OS 10.0 versions earlier than PAN-OS 10.0.1. CVE-2021-30185CERN Indico before 2.3.4 can use an attacker-supplied Host header in a password reset link. CVE-2021-30183Cleartext storage of sensitive information in multiple versions of Octopus Server where in certain situations when running import or export processes, the password used to encrypt and decrypt sensitive values would be written to the logs in plaintext. CVE-2021-30165The default administrator account & password of the EDIMAX wireless network camera is hard-coded. Remote attackers can disassemble firmware to obtain the privileged permission and further control the devices. CVE-2021-30126Lightmeter ControlCenter 1.1.0 through 1.5.x before 1.5.1 allows anyone who knows the URL of a publicly available Lightmeter instance to access application settings, possibly including an SMTP password and a Slack access token, via a settings HTTP query. CVE-2021-29973Password autofill was enabled without user interaction on insecure websites on Firefox for Android. This was corrected to require user interaction with the page before a user's password would be entered by the browser's autofill functionality *This bug only affects Firefox for Android. Other operating systems are unaffected.*. This vulnerability affects Firefox < 90. CVE-2021-29965A malicious website that causes an HTTP Authentication dialog to be spawned could trick the built-in password manager to suggest passwords for the currently active website instead of the website that triggered the dialog. *This bug only affects Firefox for Android. Other operating systems are unaffected.*. This vulnerability affects Firefox < 89. CVE-2021-29956OpenPGP secret keys that were imported using Thunderbird version 78.8.1 up to version 78.10.1 were stored unencrypted on the user's local disk. The master password protection was inactive for those keys. Version 78.10.2 will restore the protection mechanism for newly imported keys, and will automatically protect keys that had been imported using affected Thunderbird versions. This vulnerability affects Thunderbird < 78.10.2. CVE-2021-29728IBM Sterling Secure Proxy 6.0.1, 6.0.2, 2.4.3.2, and 3.4.3.2 contains hard-coded credentials, such as a password or cryptographic key, which it uses for its own inbound authentication, outbound communication to external components, or encryption of internal data. IBM X-Force ID: 201160. CVE-2021-29691IBM Security Identity Manager 7.0.2 contains hard-coded credentials, such as a password or cryptographic key, which it uses for its own inbound authentication, outbound communication to external components, or encryption of internal data. IBM X-Force ID: 200252. CVE-2021-29660A Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) vulnerability in en/cfg_setpwd.html in Softing AG OPC Toolbox through 4.10.1.13035 allows attackers to reset the administrative password by inducing the Administrator user to browse a URL controlled by an attacker. CVE-2021-29450Wordpress is an open source CMS. One of the blocks in the WordPress editor can be exploited in a way that exposes password-protected posts and pages. This requires at least contributor privileges. This has been patched in WordPress 5.7.1, along with the older affected versions via minor releases. It's strongly recommended that you keep auto-updates enabled to receive the fix. CVE-2021-29436Anuko Time Tracker is an open source, web-based time tracking application written in PHP. In Time Tracker before version 1.19.27.5431 a Cross site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability existed. The nature of CSRF is that a logged on user may be tricked by social engineering to click on an attacker-provided form that executes an unintended action such as changing user password. The vulnerability is fixed in Time Tracker version 1.19.27.5431. Upgrade is recommended. If upgrade is not practical, introduce ttMitigateCSRF() function in /WEB-INF/lib/common.php.lib using the latest available code and call it from ttAccessAllowed(). CVE-2021-29156ForgeRock OpenAM before 13.5.1 allows LDAP injection via the Webfinger protocol. For example, an unauthenticated attacker can perform character-by-character retrieval of password hashes, or retrieve a session token or a private key. CVE-2021-29080Certain NETGEAR devices are affected by password reset by an unauthenticated attacker. This affects RBK852 before 3.2.10.11, RBK853 before 3.2.10.11, RBR854 before 3.2.10.11, RBR850 before 3.2.10.11, RBS850 before 3.2.10.11, CBR40 before 2.5.0.10, R7000 before 1.0.11.116, R6900P before 1.3.2.126, R7900 before 1.0.4.38, R7960P before 1.4.1.66, R8000 before 1.0.4.66, R7900P before 1.4.1.66, R8000P before 1.4.1.66, RAX75 before 1.0.3.102, RAX80 before 1.0.3.102, and R7000P before 1.3.2.126. CVE-2021-29043The Portal Store module in Liferay Portal 7.0.0 through 7.3.5, and Liferay DXP 7.0 before fix pack 97, 7.1 before fix pack 21, 7.2 before fix pack 10 and 7.3 before fix pack 1 does not obfuscate the S3 store's proxy password, which allows attackers to steal the proxy password via man-in-the-middle attacks or shoulder surfing. CVE-2021-29041Denial-of-service (DoS) vulnerability in the Multi-Factor Authentication module in Liferay DXP 7.3 before fix pack 1 allows remote authenticated attackers to prevent any user from authenticating by (1) enabling Time-based One-time password (TOTP) on behalf of the other user or (2) modifying the other user's TOTP shared secret. CVE-2021-29023InvoicePlane 1.5.11 doesn't have any rate-limiting for password reset and the reset token is generated using a weak mechanism that is predictable. CVE-2021-29012DMA Softlab Radius Manager 4.4.0 assigns the same session cookie to every admin session. The cookie is valid when the admin is logged in, but is invalid (temporarily) during times when the admin is logged out. In other words, the cookie is functionally equivalent to a static password, and thus provides permanent access if stolen. CVE-2021-29005Insecure permission of chmod command on rConfig server 3.9.6 exists. After installing rConfig apache user may execute chmod as root without password which may let an attacker with low privilege to gain root access on server. CVE-2021-28958Zoho ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus through 6101 is vulnerable to unauthenticated Remote Code Execution while changing the password. CVE-2021-28937The /password.html page of the Web management interface of the Acexy Wireless-N WiFi Repeater REV 1.0 (28.08.06.1) contains the administrator account password in plaintext. The page can be intercepted on HTTP. CVE-2021-28936The Acexy Wireless-N WiFi Repeater REV 1.0 (28.08.06.1) Web management administrator password can be changed by sending a specially crafted HTTP GET request. The administrator username has to be known (default:admin) whereas no previous authentication is required. CVE-2021-28914BAB TECHNOLOGIE GmbH eibPort V3 prior version 3.9.1 allow the user to set a weak password because the strength is shown in configuration tool, but finally not enforced. This is usable and part of an attack chain to gain SSH root access. CVE-2021-28909BAB TECHNOLOGIE GmbH eibPort V3 prior version 3.9.1 allow unauthenticated attackers to access uncontrolled the login service at /webif/SecurityModule in a brute force attack. The password could be weak and default username is known as 'admin'. This is usable and part of an attack chain to gain SSH root access. CVE-2021-28857TP-Link's TL-WPA4220 4.0.2 Build 20180308 Rel.37064 username and password are sent via the cookie. CVE-2021-28647Trend Micro Password Manager version 5 (Consumer) is vulnerable to a DLL Hijacking vulnerability which could allow an attacker to inject a malicious DLL file during the installation progress and could execute a malicious program each time a user installs a program. CVE-2021-28499In Arista's MOS (Metamako Operating System) software which is supported on the 7130 product line, user account passwords set in clear text could leak to users without any password. This issue affects: Arista Metamako Operating System MOS-0.18 and post releases in the MOS-0.1x train All releases in the MOS-0.2x train MOS-0.31.1 and prior releases in the MOS-0.3x train CVE-2021-28498In Arista's MOS (Metamako Operating System) software which is supported on the 7130 product line, user enable passwords set in clear text could result in unprivileged users getting complete access to the systems. This issue affects: Arista Metamako Operating System MOS-0.13 and post releases in the MOS-0.1x train MOS-0.26.6 and prior releases in the MOS-0.2x train MOS-0.31.1 and prior releases in the MOS-0.3x train CVE-2021-28496On systems running Arista EOS and CloudEOS with the affected release version, when using shared secret profiles the password configured for use by BiDirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD) will be leaked when displaying output over eAPI or other JSON outputs to other authenticated users on the device. The affected EOS Versions are: all releases in 4.22.x train, 4.23.9 and below releases in the 4.23.x train, 4.24.7 and below releases in the 4.24.x train, 4.25.4 and below releases in the 4.25.x train, 4.26.1 and below releases in the 4.26.x train CVE-2021-28492Unisys Stealth (core) 5.x before 5.0.048.0, 5.1.x before 5.1.017.0, and 6.x before 6.0.037.0 stores passwords in a recoverable format. CVE-2021-28399OrangeHRM 4.7 allows an unauthenticated user to enumerate the valid username and email address via the forgot password function. CVE-2021-28374The Debian courier-authlib package before 0.71.1-2 for Courier Authentication Library creates a /run/courier/authdaemon directory with weak permissions, allowing an attacker to read user information. This may include a cleartext password in some configurations. In general, it includes the user's existence, uid and gids, home and/or Maildir directory, quota, and some type of password information (such as a hash). CVE-2021-28373The auth_internal plugin in Tiny Tiny RSS (aka tt-rss) before 2021-03-12 allows an attacker to log in via the OTP code without a valid password. NOTE: this issue only affected the git master branch for a short time. However, all end users are explicitly directed to use the git master branch in production. Semantic version numbers such as 21.03 appear to exist, but are automatically generated from the year and month. They are not releases. CVE-2021-28293Seceon aiSIEM before 6.3.2 (build 585) is prone to an unauthenticated account takeover vulnerability in the Forgot Password feature. The lack of correct configuration leads to recovery of the password reset link generated via the password reset functionality, and thus an unauthenticated attacker can set an arbitrary password for any user. CVE-2021-28248** UNSUPPORTED WHEN ASSIGNED ** CA eHealth Performance Manager through 6.3.2.12 is affected by Improper Restriction of Excessive Authentication Attempts. An attacker is able to perform an arbitrary number of /web/frames/ authentication attempts using different passwords, and eventually gain access to a targeted account, NOTE: This vulnerability only affects products that are no longer supported by the maintainer. CVE-2021-28151Hongdian H8922 3.0.5 devices allow OS command injection via shell metacharacters into the ip-address (aka Destination) field to the tools.cgi ping command, which is accessible with the username guest and password guest. CVE-2021-28150Hongdian H8922 3.0.5 devices allow the unprivileged guest user to read cli.conf (with the administrator password and other sensitive data) via /backup2.cgi. CVE-2021-28128In Strapi through 3.6.0, the admin panel allows the changing of one's own password without entering the current password. An attacker who gains access to a valid session can use this to take over an account by changing the password. CVE-2021-28024Unauthorized system access in the login form in ServiceTonic Helpdesk software version < 9.0.35937 allows attacker to login without using a password. CVE-2021-27952Hardcoded default root credentials exist on the ecobee3 lite 4.5.81.200 device. This allows a threat actor to gain access to the password-protected bootloader environment through the serial console. CVE-2021-27935An issue was discovered in AdGuard before 0.105.2. An attacker able to get the user's cookie is able to bruteforce their password offline, because the hash of the password is stored in the cookie. CVE-2021-27909For Mautic versions prior to 3.3.4/4.0.0, there is an XSS vulnerability on Mautic's password reset page where a vulnerable parameter, "bundle," in the URL could allow an attacker to execute Javascript code. The attacker would be required to convince or trick the target into clicking a password reset URL with the vulnerable parameter utilized. CVE-2021-27794A vulnerability in the authentication mechanism of Brocade Fabric OS versions before Brocade Fabric OS v.9.0.1a, v8.2.3a and v7.4.2h could allow a user to Login with empty password, and invalid password through telnet, ssh and REST. CVE-2021-27651In versions 8.2.1 through 8.5.2 of Pega Infinity, the password reset functionality for local accounts can be used to bypass local authentication checks. CVE-2021-27644In Apache DolphinScheduler before 1.3.6 versions, authorized users can use SQL injection in the data source center. (Only applicable to MySQL data source with internal login account password) CVE-2021-27583** UNSUPPORTED WHEN ASSIGNED ** In Directus 8.x through 8.8.1, an attacker can discover whether a user is present in the database through the password reset feature. NOTE: This vulnerability only affects products that are no longer supported by the maintainer. CVE-2021-27572An issue was discovered in Emote Remote Mouse through 4.0.0.0. Authentication Bypass can occur via Packet Replay. Remote unauthenticated users can execute arbitrary code via crafted UDP packets even when passwords are set. CVE-2021-27495Ypsomed mylife Cloud, mylife Mobile Application:Ypsomed mylife Cloud,All versions prior to 1.7.2,Ypsomed mylife App,All versions prior to 1.7.5,he Ypsomed mylife Cloud reflects the user password during the login process after redirecting the user from a HTTPS endpoint to a HTTP endpoint. CVE-2021-27491Ypsomed mylife Cloud, mylife Mobile Application:Ypsomed mylife Cloud,All versions prior to 1.7.2,Ypsomed mylife App,All versions prior to 1.7.5,The Ypsomed mylife Cloud discloses password hashes during the registration process. CVE-2021-27485ZOLL Defibrillator Dashboard, v prior to 2.2,The application allows users to store their passwords in a recoverable format, which could allow an attacker to retrieve the credentials from the web browser. CVE-2021-27452The software contains a hard-coded password that could allow an attacker to take control of the merging unit using these hard-coded credentials on the MU320E (all firmware versions prior to v04A00.1). CVE-2021-27440The software contains a hard-coded password it uses for its own inbound authentication or for outbound communication to external components on the Reason DR60 (all firmware versions prior to 02A04.1). CVE-2021-27438The software contains a hard-coded password it uses for its own inbound authentication or for outbound communication to external components on the Reason DR60 (all firmware versions prior to 02A04.1). CVE-2021-27437The affected product allows attackers to obtain sensitive information from the WISE-PaaS dashboard. The system contains a hard-coded administrator username and password that can be used to query Grafana APIs. Authentication is not required for exploitation on the WISE-PaaS/RMM (versions prior to 9.0.1). CVE-2021-27372Realtek xPON RTL9601D SDK 1.9 stores passwords in plaintext which may allow attackers to possibly gain access to the device with root permissions via the build-in network monitoring tool and execute arbitrary commands. CVE-2021-27328Yeastar NeoGate TG400 91.3.0.3 devices are affected by Directory Traversal. An authenticated user can decrypt firmware and can read sensitive information, such as a password or decryption key. CVE-2021-27233An issue was discovered in Mutare Voice (EVM) 3.x before 3.3.8. On the admin portal of the web application, password information for external systems is visible in cleartext. The Settings.asp page is affected by this issue. CVE-2021-27194Cleartext transmission of sensitive information in Netop Vision Pro up to and including 9.7.1 allows a remote unauthenticated attacker to gather credentials including Windows login usernames and passwords. CVE-2021-27187The Sovremennye Delovye Tekhnologii FX Aggregator terminal client 1 stores authentication credentials in cleartext in login.sav when the Save Password box is checked. CVE-2021-27178An issue was discovered on FiberHome HG6245D devices through RP2613. Some passwords are stored in cleartext in nvram. CVE-2021-27176An issue was discovered on FiberHome HG6245D devices through RP2613. wifictl_5g.cfg has cleartext passwords and 0644 permissions. CVE-2021-27175An issue was discovered on FiberHome HG6245D devices through RP2613. wifictl_2g.cfg has cleartext passwords and 0644 permissions. CVE-2021-27174An issue was discovered on FiberHome HG6245D devices through RP2613. wifi_custom.cfg has cleartext passwords and 0644 permissions. CVE-2021-27172An issue was discovered on FiberHome HG6245D devices through RP2613. A hardcoded GEPON password for root is defined inside /etc/init.d/system-config.sh. CVE-2021-27169An issue was discovered on FiberHome AN5506-04-FA devices with firmware RP2631. There is a gepon password for the gepon account. CVE-2021-27168An issue was discovered on FiberHome HG6245D devices through RP2613. There is a 6GFJdY4aAuUKJjdtSn7d password for the rdsadmin account. CVE-2021-27167An issue was discovered on FiberHome HG6245D devices through RP2613. There is a password of four hexadecimal characters for the admin account. These characters are generated in init_3bb_password in libci_adaptation_layer.so. CVE-2021-27166An issue was discovered on FiberHome HG6245D devices through RP2613. The password for the enable command is gpon. CVE-2021-27140An issue was discovered on FiberHome HG6245D devices through RP2613. It is possible to find passwords and authentication cookies stored in cleartext in the web.log HTTP logs. CVE-2021-26928** DISPUTED ** BIRD through 2.0.7 does not provide functionality for password authentication of BGP peers. Because of this, products that use BIRD (which may, for example, include Tigera products in some configurations, as well as products of other vendors) may have been susceptible to route redirection for Denial of Service and/or Information Disclosure. NOTE: a researcher has asserted that the behavior is within Tigera&#8217;s area of responsibility; however, Tigera disagrees. CVE-2021-26832Cross Site Scripting (XSS) in the "Reset Password" page form of Priority Enterprise Management System v8.00 allows attackers to execute javascript on behalf of the victim by sending a malicious URL or directing the victim to a malicious site. CVE-2021-26705An issue was discovered in SquareBox CatDV Server through 9.2. An attacker can invoke sensitive RMI methods such as getConnections without authentication, the results of which can be used to generate valid authentication tokens. These tokens can then be used to invoke administrative tasks within the application, such as disclosing password hashes. CVE-2021-26550An issue was discovered in SmartFoxServer 2.17.0. Cleartext password disclosure can occur via /config/server.xml. CVE-2021-26294An issue was discovered in AfterLogic Aurora through 7.7.9 and WebMail Pro through 7.7.9. They allow directory traversal to read files (such as a data/settings/settings.xml file containing admin panel credentials), as demonstrated by dav/server.php/files/personal/%2e%2e when using the caldav_public_user account (with caldav_public_user as its password). CVE-2021-26267cPanel before 92.0.9 allows a MySQL user (who has an old-style password hash) to bypass suspension (SEC-579). CVE-2021-26117The optional ActiveMQ LDAP login module can be configured to use anonymous access to the LDAP server. In this case, for Apache ActiveMQ Artemis prior to version 2.16.0 and Apache ActiveMQ prior to versions 5.16.1 and 5.15.14, the anonymous context is used to verify a valid users password in error, resulting in no check on the password. CVE-2021-26037An issue was discovered in Joomla! 2.5.0 through 3.9.27. CMS functions did not properly termine existing user sessions when a user's password was changed or the user was blocked. CVE-2021-25980In Talkyard, versions v0.04.01 through v0.6.74-WIP-63220cb, v0.2020.22-WIP-b2e97fe0e through v0.2021.02-WIP-879ef3fe1 and tyse-v0.2021.02-879ef3fe1-regular through tyse-v0.2021.28-af66b6905-regular, are vulnerable to Host Header Injection. By luring a victim application-user to click on a link, an unauthenticated attacker can use the &#8220;forgot password&#8221; functionality to reset the victim&#8217;s password and successfully take over their account. CVE-2021-25970Camaleon CMS 0.1.7 to 2.6.0 doesn&#8217;t terminate the active session of the users, even after the admin changes the user&#8217;s password. A user that was already logged in, will still have access to the application even after the password was changed. CVE-2021-25966In &#8220;Orchard core CMS&#8221; application, versions 1.0.0-beta1-3383 to 1.0.0 are vulnerable to an improper session termination after password change. When a password has been changed by the user or by an administrator, a user that was already logged in, will still have access to the application even after the password was changed. CVE-2021-25961In &#8220;SuiteCRM&#8221; application, v7.1.7 through v7.10.31 and v7.11-beta through v7.11.20 fail to properly invalidate password reset links that is associated with a deleted user id, which makes it possible for account takeover of any newly created user with the same user id. CVE-2021-25959In OpenCRX, versions v4.0.0 through v5.1.0 are vulnerable to reflected Cross-site Scripting (XSS), due to unsanitized parameters in the password reset functionality. This allows execution of external javascript files on any user of the openCRX instance. CVE-2021-25958In Apache Ofbiz, versions v17.12.01 to v17.12.07 implement a try catch exception to handle errors at multiple locations but leaks out sensitive table info which may aid the attacker for further recon. A user can register with a very long password, but when he tries to login with it an exception occurs. CVE-2021-25957In &#8220;Dolibarr&#8221; application, v2.8.1 to v13.0.2 are vulnerable to account takeover via password reset functionality. A low privileged attacker can reset the password of any user in the application using the password reset link the user received through email when requested for a forgotten password. CVE-2021-25956In &#8220;Dolibarr&#8221; application, v3.3.beta1_20121221 to v13.0.2 have &#8220;Modify&#8221; access for admin level users to change other user&#8217;s details but fails to validate already existing &#8220;Login&#8221; name, while renaming the user &#8220;Login&#8221;. This leads to complete account takeover of the victim user. This happens since the password gets overwritten for the victim user having a similar login name. CVE-2021-25940In ArangoDB, versions v3.7.6 through v3.8.3 are vulnerable to Insufficient Session Expiration. When a user&#8217;s password is changed by the administrator, the session isn&#8217;t invalidated, allowing a malicious user to still be logged in and perform arbitrary actions within the system. CVE-2021-25923In OpenEMR, versions 5.0.0 to 6.0.0.1 are vulnerable to weak password requirements as it does not enforce a maximum password length limit. If a malicious user is aware of the first 72 characters of the victim user&#8217;s password, he can leverage it to an account takeover. CVE-2021-25898An issue was discovered in svc-login.php in Void Aural Rec Monitor 9.0.0.1. Passwords are stored in unencrypted source-code text files. This was noted when accessing the svc-login.php file. The value is used to authenticate a high-privileged user upon authenticating with the server. CVE-2021-25874AVideo/YouPHPTube AVideo/YouPHPTube 10.0 and prior is affected by a SQL Injection SQL injection in the catName parameter which allows a remote unauthenticated attacker to retrieve databases information such as application passwords hashes. CVE-2021-25863Open5GS 2.1.3 listens on 0.0.0.0:3000 and has a default password of 1423 for the admin account. CVE-2021-25839A weak password requirement vulnerability exists in the Create New User function of MintHCM RELEASE 3.0.8, which could lead an attacker to easier password brute-forcing. CVE-2021-25688Under certain conditions, Teradici PCoIP Agents for Windows prior to version 20.10.0 and Teradici PCoIP Agents for Linux prior to version 21.01.0 may log parts of a user's password in the application logs. CVE-2021-25672A vulnerability has been identified in Mendix Forgot Password Appstore module (All Versions < V3.2.1). The Forgot Password Marketplace module does not properly control access. An attacker could take over accounts. CVE-2021-25423Improper log management vulnerability in Watch Active2 PlugIn prior to 2.2.08.21033151 version allows attacker with log permissions to leak Wi-Fi password connected to the user smartphone via log. CVE-2021-25422Improper log management vulnerability in Watch Active PlugIn prior to version 2.2.07.21033151 allows attacker with log permissions to leak Wi-Fi password connected to the user smartphone within log. CVE-2021-25421Improper log management vulnerability in Galaxy Watch3 PlugIn prior to version 2.2.09.21033151 allows attacker with log permissions to leak Wi-Fi password connected to the user smartphone within log. CVE-2021-25420Improper log management vulnerability in Galaxy Watch PlugIn prior to version 2.2.05.21033151 allows attacker with log permissions to leak Wi-Fi password connected to the user smartphone within log. CVE-2021-25351Improper Access Control in EmailValidationView in Samsung Account prior to version 10.7.0.7 and 12.1.1.3 allows physically proximate attackers to log out user account on device without user password. CVE-2021-25326Skyworth Digital Technology RN510 V.3.1.0.4 is affected by an incorrect access control vulnerability in/cgi-bin/test_version.asp. If Wi-Fi is connected but an unauthenticated user visits a URL, the SSID password and web UI password may be disclosed. CVE-2021-25323The default setting of MISP 2.4.136 did not enable the requirements (aka require_password_confirmation) to provide the previous password when changing a password. CVE-2021-25309The telnet administrator service running on port 650 on Gigaset DX600A v41.00-175 devices does not implement any lockout or throttling functionality. This situation (together with the weak password policy that forces a 4-digit password) allows remote attackers to easily obtain administrative access via brute-force attacks. CVE-2021-25276In SolarWinds Serv-U before 15.2.2 Hotfix 1, there is a directory containing user profile files (that include users' password hashes) that is world readable and writable. An unprivileged Windows user (having access to the server's filesystem) can add an FTP user by copying a valid profile file to this directory. For example, if this profile sets up a user with a C:\ home directory, then the attacker obtains access to read or replace arbitrary files with LocalSystem privileges. CVE-2021-25275SolarWinds Orion Platform before 2020.2.4, as used by various SolarWinds products, installs and uses a SQL Server backend, and stores database credentials to access this backend in a file readable by unprivileged users. As a result, any user having access to the filesystem can read database login details from that file, including the login name and its associated password. Then, the credentials can be used to get database owner access to the SWNetPerfMon.DB database. This gives access to the data collected by SolarWinds applications, and leads to admin access to the applications by inserting or changing authentication data stored in the Accounts table of the database. CVE-2021-25251The Trend Micro Security 2020 and 2021 families of consumer products are vulnerable to a code injection vulnerability which could allow an attacker to disable the program's password protection and disable protection. An attacker must already have administrator privileges on the machine to exploit this vulnerability. CVE-2021-24884The Formidable Form Builder WordPress plugin before 4.09.05 allows to inject certain HTML Tags like <audio>,<video>,<img>,<a> and<button>.This could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to exploit a HTML-injection byinjecting a malicous link. The HTML-injection may trick authenticated users to follow the link. If the Link gets clicked, Javascript code can be executed. The vulnerability is due to insufficient sanitization of the "data-frmverify" tag for links in the web-based entry inspection page of affected systems. A successful exploitation incomibantion with CSRF could allow the attacker to perform arbitrary actions on an affected system with the privileges of the user. These actions include stealing the users account by changing their password or allowing attackers to submit their own code through an authenticated user resulting in Remote Code Execution. If an authenticated user who is able to edit Wordpress PHP Code in any kind, clicks the malicious link, PHP code can be edited. CVE-2021-24851The Insert Pages WordPress plugin before 3.7.0 allows users with a role as low as Contributor to access content and metadata from arbitrary posts/pages regardless of their author and status (ie private), using a shortcode. Password protected posts/pages are not affected by such issue. CVE-2021-24661The PostX &#8211; Gutenberg Blocks for Post Grid WordPress plugin before 2.4.10, with Saved Templates Addon enabled, allows users with Contributor roles or higher to read password-protected or private post contents the user is otherwise unable to read, given the post ID. CVE-2021-24651The Poll Maker WordPress plugin before 3.4.2 allows unauthenticated users to perform SQL injection via the ays_finish_poll AJAX action. While the result is not disclosed in the response, it is possible to use a timing attack to exfiltrate data such as password hash. CVE-2021-24635The Visual Link Preview WordPress plugin before 2.2.3 does not enforce authorisation on several AJAX actions and has the CSRF nonce displayed for all authenticated users, allowing any authenticated user (such as subscriber) to call them and 1) Get and search through title and content of Draft post, 2) Get title of a password-protected post as well as 3) Upload an image from an URL CVE-2021-24585The Timetable and Event Schedule WordPress plugin before 2.4.0 outputs the Hashed Password, Username and Email Address (along other less sensitive data) of the user related to the Even Head of the Timeslot in the response when requesting the event Timeslot data with a user with the edit_posts capability. Combined with the other Unauthorised Event Timeslot Modification issue (https://wpscan.com/reports/submissions/4699/) where an arbitrary user ID can be set, this could allow low privilege users with the edit_posts capability (such as author) to retrieve sensitive User data by iterating over the user_id CVE-2021-24527The User Registration & User Profile &#8211; Profile Builder WordPress plugin before 3.4.9 has a bug allowing any user to reset the password of the admin of the blog, and gain unauthorised access, due to a bypass in the way the reset key is checked. Furthermore, the admin will not be notified of such change by email for example. CVE-2021-24359The Plus Addons for Elementor Page Builder WordPress plugin before 4.1.11 did not properly check that a user requesting a password reset was the legitimate user, allowing an attacker to send an arbitrary reset password email to a registered user on behalf of the WordPress site. Such issue could be chained with an open redirect (CVE-2021-24358) in version below 4.1.10, to include a crafted password reset link in the email, which would lead to an account takeover. CVE-2021-24170The REST API endpoint get_users in the User Profile Picture WordPress plugin before 2.5.0 returned more information than was required for its functionality to users with the upload_files capability. This included password hashes, hashed user activation keys, usernames, emails, and other less sensitive information. CVE-2021-24024A clear text storage of sensitive information into log file vulnerability in FortiADCManager 5.3.0 and below, 5.2.1 and below and FortiADC 5.3.7 and below may allow a remote authenticated attacker to read other local users' password in log files. CVE-2021-23921An issue was discovered in Devolutions Server before 2020.3. There is broken access control on Password List entry elements. CVE-2021-23896Cleartext Transmission of Sensitive Information vulnerability in the administrator interface of McAfee Database Security (DBSec) prior to 4.8.2 allows an administrator to view the unencrypted password of the McAfee Insights Server used to pass data to the Insights Server. This user is restricted to only have access to DBSec data in the Insights Server. CVE-2021-23884Cleartext Transmission of Sensitive Information vulnerability in the ePO Extension of McAfee Content Security Reporter (CSR) prior to 2.8.0 allows an ePO administrator to view the unencrypted password of the McAfee Web Gateway (MWG) or the password of the McAfee Web Gateway Cloud Server (MWGCS) read only user used to retrieve log files for analysis in CSR. CVE-2021-23858Information disclosure: The main configuration, including users and their hashed passwords, is exposed by an unprotected web server resource and can be accessed without authentication. Additionally, device details are exposed which include the serial number and the firmware version by another unprotected web server resource. CVE-2021-23857Login with hash: The login routine allows the client to log in to the system not by using the password, but by using the hash of the password. Combined with CVE-2021-23858, this allows an attacker to subsequently login to the system. CVE-2021-23855The user and password data base is exposed by an unprotected web server resource. Passwords are hashed with a weak hashing algorithm and therefore allow an attacker to determine the password by using rainbow tables. CVE-2021-23846When using http protocol, the user password is transmitted as a clear text parameter for which it is possible to be obtained by an attacker through a MITM attack. This will be fixed starting from Firmware version 3.11.5, which will be released on the 30th of June, 2021. CVE-2021-23019The NGINX Controller 2.0.0 thru 2.9.0 and 3.x before 3.15.0 Administrator password may be exposed in the systemd.txt file that is included in the NGINX support package. CVE-2021-22951Unauthorized individuals could view password protected files using view_inline in Concrete CMS (previously concrete 5) prior to version 8.5.7. Concrete CMS now checks to see if a file has a password in view_inline and, if it does, the file is not rendered.For version 8.5.6, the following mitigations were put in place a. restricting file types for view_inline to images only b. putting a warning in the file manager to advise users.Credit for discovery: "Solar Security Research Team"Concrete CMS security team CVSS scoring is 5.3: AV:N/AC:L/PR:N/UI:N/S:U/C:L/I:N/A:NThis fix is also in Concrete version 9.0.0 CVE-2021-22923When curl is instructed to get content using the metalink feature, and a user name and password are used to download the metalink XML file, those same credentials are then subsequently passed on to each of the servers from which curl will download or try to download the contents from. Often contrary to the user's expectations and intentions and without telling the user it happened. CVE-2021-22780Insufficiently Protected Credentials vulnerability exists in EcoStruxure Control Expert (all versions prior to V15.0 SP1, including all versions of Unity Pro), EcoStruxure Process Expert (all versions, including all versions of EcoStruxure Hybrid DCS), and SCADAPack RemoteConnect for x70, all versions, that could cause unauthorized access to a project file protected by a password when this file is shared with untrusted sources. An attacker may bypass the password protection and be able to view and modify a project file. CVE-2021-22773A CWE-620: Unverified Password Change vulnerability exists in EVlink City (EVC1S22P4 / EVC1S7P4 all versions prior to R8 V3.4.0.1), EVlink Parking (EVW2 / EVF2 / EV.2 all versions prior to R8 V3.4.0.1), and EVlink Smart Wallbox (EVB1A all versions prior to R8 V3.4.0.1 ) that could allow an attacker connected to the charging station web server to modify the password of a user. CVE-2021-22763A CWE-640: Weak Password Recovery Mechanism for Forgotten Password vulnerability exists in PowerLogic PM55xx, PowerLogic PM8ECC, PowerLogic EGX100 and PowerLogic EGX300 (see security notification for version infromation) that could allow an attacker administrator level access to a device. CVE-2021-22741Use of Password Hash with Insufficient Computational Effort vulnerability exists in ClearSCADA (all versions), EcoStruxure Geo SCADA Expert 2019 (all versions), and EcoStruxure Geo SCADA Expert 2020 (V83.7742.1 and prior), which could cause the revealing of account credentials when server database files are available. Exposure of these files to an attacker can make the system vulnerable to password decryption attacks. Note that &#8220;.sde&#8221; configuration export files do not contain user account password hashes. CVE-2021-22731Weak Password Recovery Mechanism for Forgotten Password vulnerability exists on Modicon Managed Switch MCSESM* and MCSESP* V8.21 and prior which could cause an unauthorized password change through HTTP / HTTPS when basic user information is known by a remote attacker. CVE-2021-22729A CWE-259: Use of Hard-coded Password vulnerability exists in EVlink City (EVC1S22P4 / EVC1S7P4 all versions prior to R8 V3.4.0.1), EVlink Parking (EVW2 / EVF2 / EV.2 all versions prior to R8 V3.4.0.1), and EVlink Smart Wallbox (EVB1A all versions prior to R8 V3.4.0.1 ) that could allow an attacker to gain unauthorized administrative privileges when accessing to the charging station web server. CVE-2021-22669Incorrect permissions are set to default on the &#8216;Project Management&#8217; page of WebAccess/SCADA portal of WebAccess/SCADA Versions 9.0.1 and prior, which may allow a low-privileged user to update an administrator&#8217;s password and login as an administrator to escalate privileges on the system. CVE-2021-22661Changing the password on the module webpage does not require the user to type in the current password first. Thus, the password could be changed by a user or external process without knowledge of the current password on the ICX35-HWC-A and ICX35-HWC-E (Versions 1.9.62 and prior). CVE-2021-22221An issue has been discovered in GitLab affecting all versions starting from 12.9.0 before 13.10.5, all versions starting from 13.11.0 before 13.11.5, all versions starting from 13.12.0 before 13.12.2. Insufficient expired password validation in various operations allow user to maintain limited access after their password expired CVE-2021-22115Cloud Controller API versions prior to 1.106.0 logs service broker credentials if the default value of db logging config field is changed. CAPI database logs service broker password in plain text whenever a job to clean up orphaned items is run by Cloud Controller. CVE-2021-22003VMware Workspace ONE Access and Identity Manager, unintentionally provide a login interface on port 7443. A malicious actor with network access to port 7443 may attempt user enumeration or brute force the login endpoint, which may or may not be practical based on lockout policy configuration and password complexity for the target account. CVE-2021-21820A hard-coded password vulnerability exists in the Libcli Test Environment functionality of D-LINK DIR-3040 1.13B03. A specially crafted network request can lead to code execution. An attacker can send a sequence of requests to trigger this vulnerability. CVE-2021-21818A hard-coded password vulnerability exists in the Zebra IP Routing Manager functionality of D-LINK DIR-3040 1.13B03. A specially crafted network request can lead to a denial of service. An attacker can send a sequence of requests to trigger this vulnerability. CVE-2021-21705In PHP versions 7.3.x below 7.3.29, 7.4.x below 7.4.21 and 8.0.x below 8.0.8, when using URL validation functionality via filter_var() function with FILTER_VALIDATE_URL parameter, an URL with invalid password field can be accepted as valid. This can lead to the code incorrectly parsing the URL and potentially leading to other security implications - like contacting a wrong server or making a wrong access decision. CVE-2021-21681Jenkins Nomad Plugin 0.7.4 and earlier stores Docker passwords unencrypted in the global config.xml file on the Jenkins controller where they can be viewed by users with access to the Jenkins controller file system. CVE-2021-21665A cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability in Jenkins XebiaLabs XL Deploy Plugin 10.0.1 and earlier allows attackers to connect to an attacker-specified URL using attacker-specified credentials IDs obtained through another method, capturing Username/password credentials stored in Jenkins. CVE-2021-21664An incorrect permission check in Jenkins XebiaLabs XL Deploy Plugin 10.0.1 and earlier allows attackers with Generic Create permission to connect to an attacker-specified URL using attacker-specified credentials IDs obtained through another method, capturing Username/password credentials stored in Jenkins. CVE-2021-21663A missing permission check in Jenkins XebiaLabs XL Deploy Plugin 7.5.8 and earlier allows attackers with Overall/Read permission to connect to an attacker-specified URL using attacker-specified credentials IDs obtained through another method, capturing Username/password credentials stored in Jenkins. CVE-2021-21655A cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability in Jenkins P4 Plugin 1.11.4 and earlier allows attackers to connect to an attacker-specified Perforce server using attacker-specified username and password. CVE-2021-21654Jenkins P4 Plugin 1.11.4 and earlier does not perform permission checks in multiple HTTP endpoints, allowing attackers with Overall/Read permission to connect to an attacker-specified Perforce server using attacker-specified username and password. CVE-2021-21634Jenkins Jabber (XMPP) notifier and control Plugin 1.41 and earlier stores passwords unencrypted in its global configuration file on the Jenkins controller where they can be viewed by users with access to the Jenkins controller file system. CVE-2021-21591Dell EMC Unity, Unity XT, and UnityVSA versions prior to 5.1.0.0.5.394 contain a plain-text password storage vulnerability. A local malicious user with high privileges may use the exposed password to gain access with the privileges of the compromised user. CVE-2021-21590Dell EMC Unity, Unity XT, and UnityVSA versions prior to 5.1.0.0.5.394 contain a plain-text password storage vulnerability. A local malicious user with high privileges may use the exposed password to gain access with the privileges of the compromised user. CVE-2021-21547Dell EMC Unity, UnityVSA, and Unity XT versions prior to 5.0.7.0.5.008 contain a plain-text password storage vulnerability when the Dell Upgrade Readiness Utility is run on the system. The credentials of the Unisphere Administrator are stored in plain text. A local malicious user with high privileges may use the exposed password to gain access with the privileges of the compromised user. CVE-2021-21522Dell BIOS contains a Credentials Management issue. A local authenticated malicious user may potentially exploit this vulnerability to gain access to sensitive information on an NVMe storage by resetting the BIOS password on the system via the Manageability Interface. CVE-2021-21507Dell EMC Networking X-Series firmware versions prior to 3.0.1.8 and Dell EMC PowerEdge VRTX Switch Module firmware versions prior to 2.0.0.82 contain a Weak Password Encryption Vulnerability. A remote unauthenticated attacker could potentially exploit this vulnerability, leading to the disclosure of certain user credentials. The attacker may be able to use the exposed credentials to access the vulnerable system with privileges of the compromised account. CVE-2021-21495MK-AUTH through 19.01 K4.9 allows CSRF for password changes via the central/executar_central.php?acao=altsenha_princ URI. CVE-2021-21482SAP NetWeaver Master Data Management, versions - 710, 710.750, allows a malicious unauthorized user with access to the MDM Server subnet to find the password using a brute force method. If successful, the attacker could obtain access to highly sensitive data and MDM administrative privileges leading to information disclosure vulnerability thereby affecting the confidentiality and integrity of the application. This happens when security guidelines and recommendations concerning administrative accounts of an SAP NetWeaver Master Data Management installation have not been thoroughly reviewed. CVE-2021-21472SAP Software Provisioning Manager 1.0 (SAP NetWeaver Master Data Management Server 7.1) does not have an option to set password during its installation, this allows an authenticated attacker to perform various security attacks like Directory Traversal, Password Brute force Attack, SMB Relay attack, Security Downgrade. CVE-2021-21469When security guidelines for SAP NetWeaver Master Data Management running on windows have not been thoroughly reviewed, it might be possible for an external operator to try and set custom paths in the MDS server configuration. When no adequate protection has been enforced on any level (e.g., MDS Server password not set, network and OS configuration not properly secured, etc.), a malicious user might define UNC paths which could then be exploited to put the system at risk using a so-called SMB relay attack and obtain highly sensitive data, which leads to Information Disclosure. CVE-2021-21416django-registration is a user registration package for Django. The django-registration package provides tools for implementing user-account registration flows in the Django web framework. In django-registration prior to 3.1.2, the base user-account registration view did not properly apply filters to sensitive data, with the result that sensitive data could be included in error reports rather than removed automatically by Django. Triggering this requires: A site is using django-registration < 3.1.2, The site has detailed error reports (such as Django's emailed error reports to site staff/developers) enabled and a server-side error (HTTP 5xx) occurs during an attempt by a user to register an account. Under these conditions, recipients of the detailed error report will see all submitted data from the account-registration attempt, which may include the user's proposed credentials (such as a password). CVE-2021-21369Hyperledger Besu is an open-source, MainNet compatible, Ethereum client written in Java. In Besu before version 1.5.1 there is a denial-of-service vulnerability involving the HTTP JSON-RPC API service. If username and password authentication is enabled for the HTTP JSON-RPC API service, then prior to making any requests to an API endpoint the requestor must use the login endpoint to obtain a JSON web token (JWT) using their credentials. A single user can readily overload the login endpoint with invalid requests (incorrect password). As the supplied password is checked for validity on the main vertx event loop and takes a relatively long time this can cause the processing of other valid requests to fail. A valid username is required for this vulnerability to be exposed. This has been fixed in version 1.5.1. CVE-2021-21352Anuko Time Tracker is an open source, web-based time tracking application written in PHP. In TimeTracker before version 1.19.24.5415 tokens used in password reset feature in Time Tracker are based on system time and, therefore, are predictable. This opens a window for brute force attacks to guess user tokens and, once successful, change user passwords, including that of a system administrator. This vulnerability is pathced in version 1.19.24.5415 (started to use more secure tokens) with an additional improvement in 1.19.24.5416 (limited an available window for brute force token guessing). CVE-2021-21332Synapse is a Matrix reference homeserver written in python (pypi package matrix-synapse). Matrix is an ecosystem for open federated Instant Messaging and VoIP. In Synapse before version 1.27.0, the password reset endpoint served via Synapse was vulnerable to cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks. The impact depends on the configuration of the domain that Synapse is deployed on, but may allow access to cookies and other browser data, CSRF vulnerabilities, and access to other resources served on the same domain or parent domains. This is fixed in version 1.27.0. CVE-2021-21319Galette is a membership management web application geared towards non profit organizations. In versions prior to 0.9.5, malicious javascript code can be stored to be displayed later on self subscription page. The self subscription feature can be disabled as a workaround (this is the default state). Malicious javascript code can be executed (not stored) on login and retrieve password pages. This issue is patched in version 0.9.5. CVE-2021-21260Online Invoicing System (OIS) is open source software which is a lean invoicing system for small businesses, consultants and freelancers created using AppGini. In OIS version 4.0 there is a stored XSS which can enables an attacker takeover of the admin account through a payload that extracts a csrf token and sends a request to change password. It has been found that Item description is reflected without sanitization in app/items_view.php which enables the malicious scenario. CVE-2021-21253OnlineVotingSystem is an open source project hosted on GitHub. OnlineVotingSystem before version 1.1.2 hashes user passwords without a salt, which is vulnerable to dictionary attacks. Therefore there is a threat of security breach in the voting system. Without a salt, it is much easier for attackers to pre-compute the hash value using dictionary attack techniques such as rainbow tables to crack passwords. This problem is fixed and published in version 1.1.2. A long randomly generated salt is added to the password hash function to better protect passwords stored in the voting system. CVE-2021-20997In multiple managed switches by WAGO in different versions it is possible to read out the password hashes of all Web-based Management users. CVE-2021-20992In Fibaro Home Center 2 and Lite devices in all versions provide a web based management interface over unencrypted HTTP protocol. Communication between the user and the device can be eavesdropped to hijack sessions, tokens and passwords. CVE-2021-20643Improper access control vulnerability in ELECOM LD-PS/U1 allows remote attackers to change the administrative password of the affected device by processing a specially crafted request. CVE-2021-20599Authorization bypass through user-controlled key vulnerability in MELSEC iQ-R series Safety CPU R08/16/32/120SFCPU all versions and MELSEC iQ-R series SIL2 Process CPU R08/16/32/120PSFCPU all versions allows an remote unauthenticated attacker to login to a target CPU module by obtaining credentials other than password. CVE-2021-20598Overly Restrictive Account Lockout Mechanism vulnerability in Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC iQ-R series CPU modules (R08/16/32/120SFCPU all versions, R08/16/32/120PSFCPU all versions) allows a remote unauthenticated attacker to lockout a legitimate user by continuously trying login with incorrect password. CVE-2021-20597Insufficiently Protected Credentials vulnerability in Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC iQ-R series CPU modules (R08/16/32/120SFCPU all versions, R08/16/32/120PSFCPU all versions) allows a remote unauthenticated attacker to login to the target unauthorizedly by sniffing network traffic and obtaining credentials when registering user information in the target or changing a password. CVE-2021-20537IBM Security Verify Access Docker 10.0.0 contains hard-coded credentials, such as a password or cryptographic key, which it uses for its own inbound authentication, outbound communication to external components, or encryption of internal data. IBM X-Force ID:198918 CVE-2021-20488IBM Security Identity Manager 6.0.2 could allow an authenticated malicious user to change the passwords of other users in the Windows AD environment when IBM Security Identity Manager Windows Password Synch Plug-in is deployed and configured. IBM X-Force ID: 197789. CVE-2021-20442IBM Security Verify Bridge contains hard-coded credentials, such as a password or cryptographic key, which it uses for its own inbound authentication, outbound communication to external components, or encryption of internal data. IBM X-Force ID: 196618. CVE-2021-20426IBM Security Guardium 11.2 contains hard-coded credentials, such as a password or cryptographic key, which it uses for its own inbound authentication, outbound communication to external components, or encryption of internal data. IBM X-Force ID: 196313. CVE-2021-20418IBM Security Guardium 11.2 does not require that users should have strong passwords by default, which makes it easier for attackers to compromise user accounts. IBM X-Force ID: 196279. CVE-2021-20412IBM Security Verify Information Queue 1.0.6 and 1.0.7 contains hard-coded credentials, such as a password or cryptographic key, which it uses for its own inbound authentication, outbound communication to external components, or encryption of internal data. IBM X-Force ID: 198192. CVE-2021-20401IBM QRadar SIEM 7.3 and 7.4 contains hard-coded credentials, such as a password or cryptographic key, which it uses for its own inbound authentication, outbound communication to external components, or encryption of internal data. IBM X-Force ID: 196075. CVE-2021-20262A flaw was found in Keycloak 12.0.0 where re-authentication does not occur while updating the password. This flaw allows an attacker to take over an account if they can obtain temporary, physical access to a user&#8217;s browser. The highest threat from this vulnerability is to confidentiality, integrity, as well as system availability. CVE-2021-20259A flaw was found in the Foreman project. The Proxmox compute resource exposes the password through the API to an authenticated local attacker with view_hosts permission. The highest threat from this vulnerability is to data confidentiality and integrity as well as system availability. Versions before foreman_fog_proxmox 0.13.1 are affected CVE-2021-20256A flaw was found in Red Hat Satellite. The BMC interface exposes the password through the API to an authenticated local attacker with view_hosts permission. The highest threat from this vulnerability is to data confidentiality and integrity as well as system availability. CVE-2021-20120The administration web interface for the Arris Surfboard SB8200 lacks any protections against cross-site request forgery attacks. This means that an attacker could make configuration changes (such as changing the administrative password) without the consent of the user. CVE-2021-20119The password change utility for the Arris SurfBoard SB8200 can have safety measures bypassed that allow any logged-in user to change the administrator password. CVE-2021-20113An exposure of sensitive information vulnerability exists in TCExam <= 14.8.1. If a password reset request was made for an email address that was not registered with a user then we would be presented with an &#8216;unknown email&#8217; error. If an email is given that is registered with a user then this error will not appear. A malicious actor could abuse this to enumerate the email addresses of CVE-2021-20025SonicWall Email Security Virtual Appliance version 10.0.9 and earlier versions contain a default username and a password that is used at initial setup. An attacker could exploit this transitional/temporary user account from the trusted domain to access the Virtual Appliance remotely only when the device is freshly installed and not connected to Mysonicwall. CVE-2021-20016A SQL-Injection vulnerability in the SonicWall SSLVPN SMA100 product allows a remote unauthenticated attacker to perform SQL query to access username password and other session related information. This vulnerability impacts SMA100 build version 10.x. CVE-2021-1865An issue obscuring passwords in screenshots was addressed with improved logic. This issue is fixed in iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5. A user's password may be visible on screen. CVE-2021-1589A vulnerability in the disaster recovery feature of Cisco SD-WAN vManage Software could allow an authenticated, remote attacker to gain unauthorized access to user credentials. This vulnerability exists because access to API endpoints is not properly restricted. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by sending a request to an API endpoint. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to gain unauthorized access to administrative credentials that could be used in further attacks. CVE-2021-1522A vulnerability in the change password API of Cisco Connected Mobile Experiences (CMX) could allow an authenticated, remote attacker to alter their own password to a value that does not comply with the strong authentication requirements that are configured on an affected device. This vulnerability exists because a password policy check is incomplete at the time a password is changed at server side using the API. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by sending a specially crafted API request to the affected device. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to change their own password to a value that does not comply with the configured strong authentication requirements. CVE-2021-1516A vulnerability in the web-based management interface of Cisco AsyncOS Software for Cisco Content Security Management Appliance (SMA), Cisco Email Security Appliance (ESA), and Cisco Web Security Appliance (WSA) could allow an authenticated, remote attacker to access sensitive information on an affected device. The vulnerability exists because confidential information is included in HTTP requests that are exchanged between the user and the device. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by looking at the raw HTTP requests that are sent to the interface. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to obtain some of the passwords that are configured throughout the interface. CVE-2021-1447A vulnerability in the user account management system of Cisco AsyncOS for Cisco Content Security Management Appliance (SMA) could allow an authenticated, local attacker to elevate their privileges to root. This vulnerability is due to a procedural flaw in the password generation algorithm. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by enabling specific Administrator-only features and connecting to the appliance through the CLI with elevated privileges. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to execute arbitrary commands as root and access the underlying operating system. To exploit this vulnerability, the attacker must have valid Administrator credentials. CVE-2021-1392A vulnerability in the CLI command permissions of Cisco IOS and Cisco IOS XE Software could allow an authenticated, local attacker to retrieve the password for Common Industrial Protocol (CIP) and then remotely configure the device as an administrative user. This vulnerability exists because incorrect permissions are associated with the show cip security CLI command. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by issuing the command to retrieve the password for CIP on an affected device. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to reconfigure the device. CVE-2021-1311A vulnerability in the reclaim host role feature of Cisco Webex Meetings and Cisco Webex Meetings Server could allow an authenticated, remote attacker to take over the host role during a meeting. This vulnerability is due to a lack of protection against brute forcing of the host key. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by sending crafted requests to a vulnerable Cisco Webex Meetings or Webex Meetings Server site. A successful exploit would require the attacker to have access to join a Webex meeting, including applicable meeting join links and passwords. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to acquire or take over the host role for a meeting. CVE-2021-1144A vulnerability in Cisco Connected Mobile Experiences (CMX) could allow a remote, authenticated attacker without administrative privileges to alter the password of any user on an affected system. The vulnerability is due to incorrect handling of authorization checks for changing a password. An authenticated attacker without administrative privileges could exploit this vulnerability by sending a modified HTTP request to an affected device. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to alter the passwords of any user on the system, including an administrative user, and then impersonate that user. CVE-2021-0204A sensitive information disclosure vulnerability in delta-export configuration utility (dexp) of Juniper Networks Junos OS may allow a locally authenticated shell user the ability to create and read database files generated by the dexp utility, including password hashes of local users. Since dexp is shipped with setuid permissions enabled and is owned by the root user, this vulnerability may allow a local privileged user the ability to run dexp with root privileges and access sensitive information in the dexp database. This issue affects Juniper Networks Junos OS: 15.1 versions prior to 15.1R7-S8; 15.1X49 versions prior to 15.1X49-D230; 17.3 versions prior to 17.3R3-S9; 17.4 versions prior to 17.4R2-S12, 17.4R3-S3; 18.1 versions prior to 18.1R3-S11; 18.2 versions prior to 18.2R3-S6; 18.2X75 versions prior to 18.2X75-D34; 18.3 versions prior to 18.3R3-S4; 18.4 versions prior to 18.4R2-S7, 18.4R3-S6; 19.1 versions prior to 19.1R1-S6, 19.1R2-S2, 19.1R3-S3; 19.2 versions prior to 19.2R1-S5, 19.2R3-S1; 19.3 versions prior to 19.3R2-S5, 19.3R3-S1; 19.4 versions prior to 19.4R1-S3, 19.4R2-S2, 19.4R3-S1; 20.1 versions prior to 20.1R1-S4, 20.1R2; 20.2 versions prior to 20.2R1-S2, 20.2R2. CVE-2020-9903A logic issue was addressed with improved restrictions. This issue is fixed in iOS 13.6 and iPadOS 13.6, Safari 13.1.2. A malicious attacker may cause Safari to suggest a password for the wrong domain. CVE-2020-9758An issue was discovered in chat.php in LiveZilla Live Chat 8.0.1.3 (Helpdesk). A blind JavaScript injection lies in the name parameter. Triggering this can fetch the username and passwords of the helpdesk employees in the URI. This leads to a privilege escalation, from unauthenticated to user-level access, leading to full account takeover. The attack fetches multiple credentials because they are stored in the database (stored XSS). This affects the mobile/chat URI via the lgn and psswrd parameters. CVE-2020-9529Firmware developed by Shenzhen Hichip Vision Technology (V6 through V20), as used by many different vendors in millions of Internet of Things devices, suffers from a privilege escalation vulnerability that allows attackers on the local network to reset the device's administrator password. This affects products marketed under the following brand names: Accfly, Alptop, Anlink, Besdersec, BOAVISION, COOAU, CPVAN, Ctronics, D3D Security, Dericam, Elex System, Elite Security, ENSTER, ePGes, Escam, FLOUREON, GENBOLT, Hongjingtian (HJT), ICAMI, Iegeek, Jecurity, Jennov, KKMoon, LEFTEK, Loosafe, Luowice, Nesuniq, Nettoly, ProElite, QZT, Royallite, SDETER, SV3C, SY2L, Tenvis, ThinkValue, TOMLOV, TPTEK, WGCC, and ZILINK. CVE-2020-9487In Apache NiFi 1.0.0 to 1.11.4, the NiFi download token (one-time password) mechanism used a fixed cache size and did not authenticate a request to create a download token, only when attempting to use the token to access the content. An unauthenticated user could repeatedly request download tokens, preventing legitimate users from requesting download tokens. CVE-2020-9477An issue was discovered on HUMAX HGA12R-02 BRGCAA 1.1.53 devices. A vulnerability in the authentication functionality in the web-based interface could allow an unauthenticated remote attacker to capture packets at the time of authentication and gain access to the cleartext password. An attacker could use this access to create a new user account or control the device. CVE-2020-9476ARRIS TG1692A devices allow remote attackers to discover the administrator login name and password by reading the /login page and performing base64 decoding. CVE-2020-9404In PACTware before 4.1 SP6 and 5.x before 5.0.5.31, passwords are stored in an insecure manner, and may be modified by an attacker with no knowledge of the current passwords. CVE-2020-9403In PACTware before 4.1 SP6 and 5.x before 5.0.5.31, passwords are stored in a recoverable format, and may be retrieved by any user with access to the PACTware workstation. CVE-2020-9384** DISPUTED ** An Insecure Direct Object Reference (IDOR) vulnerability in the Change Password feature of Subex ROC Partner Settlement 10.5 allows remote authenticated users to achieve account takeover via manipulation of POST parameters. NOTE: This vulnerability may only affect a testing version of the application. CVE-2020-9349The CACAGOO Cloud Storage Intelligent Camera TV-288ZD-2MP with firmware 3.4.2.0919 allows access to the RTSP service without a password. CVE-2020-9347** DISPUTED ** Zoho ManageEngine Password Manager Pro through 10.x has a CSV Excel Macro Injection vulnerability via a crafted name that is mishandled by the Export Passwords feature. NOTE: the vendor disputes the significance of this report because they expect CSV risk mitigation to be provided by an external application, and do not plan to add CSV constraints to their own products. CVE-2020-9346Zoho ManageEngine Password Manager Pro 10.4 and prior has no protection against Cross-site Request Forgery (CSRF) attacks, as demonstrated by changing a user's role. CVE-2020-9337In GolfBuddy Course Manager 1.1, passwords are sent (with base64 encoding) via a GET request. CVE-2020-9306Tesla SolarCity Solar Monitoring Gateway through 5.46.43 has a "Use of Hard-coded Credentials" issue because Digi ConnectPort X2e uses a .pyc file to store the cleartext password for the python user account. CVE-2020-9294An 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. CVE-2020-9289Use of a hard-coded cryptographic key to encrypt password data in CLI configuration in FortiManager 6.2.3 and below, FortiAnalyzer 6.2.3 and below may allow an attacker with access to the CLI configuration or the CLI backup file to decrypt the sensitive data, via knowledge of the hard-coded key. CVE-2020-9277An issue was discovered on D-Link DSL-2640B B2 EU_4.01B devices. Authentication can be bypassed when accessing cgi modules. This allows one to perform administrative tasks (e.g., modify the admin password) with no authentication. CVE-2020-9270ICE Hrm 26.2.0 is vulnerable to CSRF that leads to password reset via service.php. CVE-2020-9266SOPlanning 1.45 is vulnerable to a CSRF attack that allows for arbitrary changing of the admin password via process/xajax_server.php. CVE-2020-9028Symmetricom SyncServer S100 2.90.70.3, S200 1.30, S250 1.25, S300 2.65.0, and S350 2.80.1 devices allow stored XSS via the newUserName parameter on the "User Creation, Deletion and Password Maintenance" screen (when creating a new user). CVE-2020-9023Iteris Vantage Velocity Field Unit 2.3.1 and 2.4.2 devices have two users that are not documented and are configured with weak passwords (User bluetooth, password bluetooth; User eclipse, password eclipse). Also, bluetooth is the root password. CVE-2020-8994
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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY CRIMES:

ARE PROCEEDS FROM COUNTERFEITED GOODS

FUNDING TERRORISM?

HEARING

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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

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COMMITTEE ON INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

HENRY J. HYDE, Illinois, Chairman

JAMES A. LEACH, Iowa

DOUG BEREUTER, Nebraska

CHRISTOPHER H. SMITH, New Jersey,

Vice Chairman

DAN BURTON, Indiana

ELTON GALLEGLY, California

ILEANA ROS-LEHTINEN, Florida

CASS BALLENGER, North Carolina

DANA ROHRABACHER, California

EDWARD R. ROYCE, California

PETER T. KING, New York

STEVE CHABOT, Ohio

AMO HOUGHTON, New York

JOHN M. MCHUGH, New York

THOMAS G. TANCREDO, Colorado

RON PAUL, Texas

NICK SMITH, Michigan

JOSEPH R. PITTS, Pennsylvania

JEFF FLAKE, Arizona

JO ANN DAVIS, Virginia

MARK GREEN, Wisconsin

JERRY WELLER, Illinois

MIKE PENCE, Indiana

THADDEUS G. MCCOTTER, Michigan

WILLIAM J. JANKLOW, South Dakota

KATHERINE HARRIS, Florida

TOM LANTOS, California

HOWARD L. BERMAN, California

GARY L. ACKERMAN, New York

ENI F.H. FALEOMAVAEGA, American

Samoa

DONALD M. PAYNE, New Jersey

ROBERT MENENDEZ, New Jersey

SHERROD BROWN, Ohio

BRAD SHERMAN, California

ROBERT WEXLER, Florida

ELIOT L. ENGEL, New York

WILLIAM D. DELAHUNT, Massachusetts

GREGORY W. MEEKS, New York

BARBARA LEE, California

JOSEPH CROWLEY, New York

JOSEPH M. HOEFFEL, Pennsylvania

EARL BLUMENAUER, Oregon

SHELLEY BERKLEY, Nevada

GRACE F. NAPOLITANO, California

ADAM B. SCHIFF, California

DIANE E. WATSON, California

ADAM SMITH, Washington

BETTY MCCOLLUM, Minnesota

CHRIS BELL, Texas

THOMAS E. MOONEY, SR., Staff Director/General Counsel

ROBERT R. KING, Democratic Staff Director

KIRSTI GARLOCK, Counsel

LIBERTY DUNN, Staff Associate

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The Honorable Ronald K. Noble, Secretary General, Interpol ............................ 10

The Honorable Asa Hutchinson, Under Secretary for Border and Transpor-

tation Security, U.S. Department of Homeland Security ................................. 17

Timothy P. Trainer, President, International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition,

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Iain Grant, Head of Enforcement, IFPI Secretariat ............................................. 42

Larry Johnson, Chief Executive Officer, BERG Associates, LLC ........................ 66

LETTERS, STATEMENTS, ETC., SUBMITTED FOR THE HEARING

The Honorable Henry J. Hyde, a Representative in Congress from the State

of Illinois, and Chairman, Committee on International Relations: Prepared

statement ..............................................................................................................

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The Honorable Tom Lantos, a Representative in Congress from the State

of California: Article from The New York Times submitted for the record .....

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The Honorable Ronald K. Noble: Prepared statement ......................................... 11

The Honorable Asa Hutchinson: Prepared statement .......................................... 20

Timothy P. Trainer: Prepared statement .............................................................. 37

Iain Grant: Prepared statement and material submitted for the record ............ 43

Larry Johnson: Prepared statement ...................................................................... 68

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The Honorable Nick Smith, a Representative in Congress from the State

of Michigan: Prepared statement ........................................................................

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Jack Valenti, President and CEO, Motion Picture Association of America:

Prepared statement ..............................................................................................

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Letter address to the Honorable Henry J. Hyde from Jack Valenti ................ 91

Report submitted for the record entitled ‘‘Asia Pacific Region: Organized

Crime and Movie Copyright Piracy: Second Quarter 2003,’’ prepared by

Michael C. Ellis, Vice President and Regional Director, Asia Pacific Re-

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Questions submitted for the record to the Honorable Asa Hutchinson by

Members of the Committee on International Relations, and Mr.

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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY CRIMES: ARE

PROCEEDS FROM COUNTERFEITED GOODS

FUNDING TERRORISM?

WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 2003

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,

COMMITTEE ON INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS,

Washington, DC.

The Committee met, pursuant to call, at 9:32 a.m. in Room 2172,

Rayburn House Office Building, Hon. Henry J. Hyde (Chairman of

the Committee) presiding.

Chairman HYDE. The Committee will come to order. Today’s

hearing will examine whether or not terrorists are using intellec-

tual property crimes as a means of funding terrorist organizations.

Everyone loves to make a deal or get a bargain, but these are

the days where buyers should really beware, not only because the

quality of the item being purchased may not be up to par, but be-

cause the counterfeit item you purchase from a street vendor or on

the internet may be helping to finance terrorism.

It has been reported that intellectual property now represents

the largest single sector of the American economy. With the ease

of reproduction of goods and creative works due to emerging tech-

nologies, counterfeiting is on the rise. More and more American

products are being pirated overseas. Some are even finding their

way back into the United States for sale and distribution.

I am very concerned that our most valuable export—American

ingenuity and the blood, sweat and tears behind it—is being taken

from us as a nation. According to the Business Software Alliance,

in 2001 the total of direct and indirect losses due to software piracy

alone cost the U.S. nearly $5.6 billion in wage losses, more than

111,800 jobs for the U.S. economy and almost $1.5 billion in total

tax losses.

Almost $220 million of retail software dollar losses and nearly

5,000 jobs were stolen from the State of Illinois where I reside. The

people of Illinois were robbed of almost $59 million in Federal and

state tax losses due to software piracy in 1 year alone. Remember,

these numbers refer only to the software industry.

As if it is not enough to contemplate the drain which these

crimes commit against our economic security, then also consider

the extent to which they may be hurting our national security.

Intellectual property crimes are serious crimes in their own

right, not typically because they inflict physical injury or death

upon a person—though tell that to one who has been injured due

to the use of a faulty auto or airplane part—but because they steal

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a creative work from its owner and further deprive the government

of a tax base. This robs the American people of precious jobs and

necessary governmental services.

I do not need to explain how seriously our nation takes terrorism

after the horrific events of September 11. Traditionally, intellectual

property crimes and terrorism have been considered separately,

much as drug trafficking and terrorism were considered until re-

cently. Law enforcement and the intelligence community have been

telling us that a growing concern is the convergence of different

types of illicit activities in order to further the gains of clandestine

activities and operation.

As an example, a congressional delegation led by Western Hemi-

sphere Subcommittee Chairman Cass Ballenger traveled to the tri-

border area of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay to meet with local

law enforcement officials. The State Department’s Patterns of Glob-

al Terrorism report indicates that the tri-border area has long been

characterized as a regional hub for Hezbollah and Hamas fund-

raising activities.

It was during this trip that Members and staff viewed ware-

houses full of confiscated counterfeit American items. One of the

most disturbing items was a counterfeit Microsoft CD–ROM flight

simulation program that was being marketed by depicting the Sep-

tember 11 attack with Osama bin Laden on the front cover of the

CD.

The delegation was told that this item, along with numerous oth-

ers, was confiscated in raids of businesses owned by individuals

with established links to Hezbollah and Hamas. The delegation

was told of several examples of arrests made in the region for simi-

lar offenses. In some instances, propaganda supporting terrorism

has been recovered among the items confiscated.

Today, we will explore evidence that terrorists are becoming

more creative with the financing of operations, especially when it

concerns intellectual property crimes. This is due in part to govern-

ments’ increased pressures against traditional terrorist fundraising

and terrorists’ desire to operate in an arena where profits are high

and penalties are low. It should make you think twice before buy-

ing that knock-off purse or a fake CD.

I would like to show you a video clip from WTVJ–NBC, Channel

6, in Miami, which aired a story on the subject matter of this hear-

ing on February 4 of this year. Afterwards, we will proceed to our

witnesses.

[Whereupon, a videotape was shown.]

Chairman HYDE. I would also like to thank the Motion Picture

Association of America for submitting written testimony for this

hearing and for releasing its previously prepared report entitled

Asia-Pacific Region: Organized Crime and Movie Copyright Piracy,

Second Quarter 2003, today.

As one last housekeeping matter, Secretary General Noble of

Interpol has prepared a confidential memorandum for Members of

this Committee to view concerning the topic before us. It will be

available for inspection in the Committee anterooms during the

hearing and will be maintained on file with the Committee. I invite

your review of this document.

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I now turn to my esteemed colleague, Tom Lantos, the Ranking

Democratic, for any remarks he may wish to make.

[The prepared statement of Mr. Hyde follows:]

PREPARED STATEMENT OF THE HONORABLE HENRY J. HYDE, A REPRESENTATIVE IN

CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF ILLINOIS, AND CHAIRMAN, COMMITTEE ON INTER-

NATIONAL RELATIONS

Today’s hearing will examine whether or not terrorists are using intellectual prop-

erty crimes as a means of funding terrorist organizations.

Everyone loves to make a deal, or get a bargain. But, these days, the Buyer really

should Beware. Not only because the quality of the item being purchased may not

be up to par, but because the counterfeit item you purchase from a street vendor

or on the Internet may be helping to finance terrorism.

It has been reported that intellectual property now represents the largest single

sector of the American economy. With the ease of reproduction of goods and creative

works due to emerging technologies, counterfeiting is on the rise. More and more

American products are being pirated overseas. Some are even finding their way

back into the United States for sale and distribution.

I am very concerned that our most valuable export—American ingenuity, and the

blood, sweat and tears behind it—is being taken from us as a nation. According to

the Business Software Alliance, in 2001, the total of direct and indirect losses due

to software piracy alone cost the U.S. nearly $5.6 billion in wage losses, more than

111,800 jobs for the U.S. economy, and almost $1.5 billion in total tax losses. Almost

$220 million of retail software dollar losses and nearly 5,000 jobs were stolen from

the State of Illinois, where I am from. The people of Illinois were robbed of almost

$59 million in federal and state tax losses due to software piracy in one year alone.

And remember: these numbers only refer to the software industry. As if it isn’t

enough to contemplate the drain which these crimes commit against our economic

security, then also consider the extent to which they may also be hurting our na-

tional security.

Intellectual property crimes are serious crimes in their own right—not typically

because they inflict physical injury or death upon a person (although tell that to

one injured due to the use of a faulty auto or airplane part)—but because they steal

a creative work from its owner and further deprive the government of a tax base.

This robs the American people of precious jobs and necessary governmental services.

I don’t need to explain how seriously our nation takes terrorism after the horrific

events of September 11th. Traditionally, intellectual property crimes and terrorism

have been considered separately—much as drug trafficking and terrorism were con-

sidered until recently. Law enforcement and the intelligence community have been

telling us that a growing concern is the convergence of different types of illicit ac-

tivities in order to further the gains of clandestine activities and operations.

As an example, a Congressional Delegation led by Western Hemisphere Sub-

committee Chairman Cass Ballenger traveled to the tri-border area of Argentina,

Brazil and Paraguay to meet with local law enforcement officials. The State Depart-

ment’s Patterns of Global Terrorism Report indicates that the tri-border area has

long been characterized as a regional hub for Hizballah and HAMAS fund-raising

activities. It was during this trip that Members and staff viewed warehouses full

of confiscated, counterfeit American items. One of the most disturbing items was a

counterfeit Microsoft CD–ROM Flight Simulation Program that was being marketed

by depicting the September 11th attack with Usama bin Laden on the front cover

of the CD. The delegation was told that this item, along with numerous others, was

confiscated in raids of businesses owned individuals with established links to

Hizballah and HAMAS. The delegation was told of several examples of arrests made

in the region for similar offenses. In some instances, propaganda supporting ter-

rorism has been recovered amongst the items confiscated.

Today, we will explore evidence that terrorists are becoming more creative with

their financing of operations, especially when it concerns intellectual property

crimes. This is due in part to governments’ increased pressures against traditional

terrorist-fund-raising schemes and terrorists’ desire to operate in an arena where

profits are high and penalties are low. It should make you think twice before buying

that knock-off purse or a fake CD.

I’d like to show you a video clip from WTVJ/NBC-Channel 6 in Miami, which

aired a story on the subject matter of this hearing on February 4th of this year.

Afterwards, we will proceed to our witnesses.

I’d also like to thank the Motion Picture Association of America for submitting

written testimony for this hearing and for releasing its previously prepared report

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entitled, ‘‘Asia Pacific Region: Organized Crime and Movie Copyright Piracy: Second

Quarter 2003,’’ today.

As one last housekeeping matter, Secretary General Noble of Interpol has pre-

pared a confidential memorandum for Members to view concerning the topic before

us. It will be available for inspection in the Committee anterooms during the hear-

ing and will be maintained on file with the Committee. I invite your review of this

document.

Mr. LANTOS. Thank you very much, Mr. Chairman. Let me first

congratulate you on holding the first hearing in Congress either in

the House or in the Senate on this most important emerging issue.

It demonstrates, Mr. Chairman, that you are at the cutting edge

of the fight against terrorism, and I want to publicly pay tribute

to your decision to hold this hearing.

Chairman HYDE. Thank you.

Mr. LANTOS. I also would like to ask unanimous consent to intro-

duce in the record an item from today’s New York Times which

deals with your decision to hold this hearing and outlines the basic

issue.

Chairman HYDE. Without objection. So ordered.

[The information referred to follows:]

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Mr. LANTOS. Mr. Chairman, you are holding a hearing on an

emerging mechanism for terrorist organizations to finance their

deadly acts, intellectual property crimes. There is no doubt in my

mind that tens of millions of Americans who inadvertently have

been contributing to terrorist organizations by buying these items

will be as grateful to you as I am for focusing attention on the mat-

ter.

It is common for the public to think of intellectual property pi-

racy as a victimless crime, a minor economic offense that only af-

fects wealthy corporations and does no real harm to society or to

individuals. Such activities are frequently a low priority for domes-

tic and international law enforcement agencies.

But we are in a new world where terrorists act globally and use

creative ways to finance and conduct their evil operations. Terrorist

groups are behaving much like international crime syndicates, de-

veloping increasingly sophisticated financial infrastructures to gen-

erate dependable revenue sources.

There are disturbing reports, many fully confirmed, that terrorist

groups such as Hamas and Hezbollah and their sympathizers are

engaging in intellectual property crimes, selling pirated software,

DVDs and other products to generate funds. Terrorist groups in

Ireland and Chechnya have been implicated in this activity, and

there are strong indications that al-Qaeda itself is involved in these

activities.

It is important to remember that devastating terrorist acts do

not require tremendous amounts of money. The September 11 at-

tacks may have required as little as a half a million dollars to

produce. Intellectual property piracy is, unfortunately, a low risk,

high profit criminal enterprise which is widely tolerated and almost

universally ignored.

As the United States and our friends and allies work to shut

down terrorist groups funding networks and money laundering

schemes, it is very likely that al-Qaeda and other groups will in-

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crease their focus on international property crimes as a way of ob-

taining funds.

This issue deserves much more attention from both U.S. and

international law enforcement agencies, and I hope that the Ad-

ministration will make a full court press internationally against in-

tellectual property crimes and its relationship to terrorism.

I call upon the Departments of State and Justice to come and

brief this Committee on the actions they will take to address this

emerging and serious terrorism related issue. We have to get ahead

of the curve on this matter before the terrorists do.

I hope, Mr. Chairman, that this hearing will be the first step, the

very first step, in raising the consciousness of the American people,

of U.S., foreign and international law enforcement agencies, to pay

greater attention to the developing connection between inter-

national intellectual property and terrorism.

I again want to commend you for bringing this to the attention

of the Congress.

Chairman HYDE. Thank you very much, Mr. Lantos.

Mr. Ballenger?

Mr. BALLENGER. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.

As you said, I led a congressional delegation to Ciudad del Este,

the city on the tri-borders of Paraguay, Argentina and Brazil, last

year. The purpose of the trip was to see firsthand the problems as-

sociated with the region, which serves as a hub for Hezbollah and

Hamas fundraising activities in Latin America.

While there, we witnessed the extent to which smuggling and the

sale of illegal contraband, including pirated American goods, drugs

and weapons, pervades the local economy. To provide you with a

glimpse of what we saw, I will refer Members to the photographs

on the plasma screens.

During our trip, we learned the Paraguan authorities had identi-

fied at least 50 local individuals involved in raising millions of dol-

lars for Hezbollah and other terrorist organizations in the Middle

East. The funds were raised by a variety of means, including

pirating compact discs, cigarettes, electronic equipment, DVDs,

software and other common household goods.

To illustrate the magnitude of the sales of compact discs in this

region, over 80,000,000 blank CDs were imported to Ciudad del

Este during 2001. One of the photos depicts a confiscated machine

which is capable of taking a blank disc and imprinting music or

software. It is capable of producing 20,000 CDs each day. These are

not ‘‘mom and pop’’ operations. These are professional pirating op-

erations where millions of dollars are made for illicit purposes.

The delegation was told that the items depicted in these photo-

graphs, along with numerous others, were confiscated in raids of

businesses owned by individuals with established links to

Hezbollah and Hamas. Authorities explained that the arrests had

been made of Assad Barakat, notorious for allegedly funding mil-

lions of dollars to Hezbollah, and Ali Nasir Darug, the nephew of

a former tri-border shopkeeper and suspected al-Qaeda associate,

Mohammed Darug Darug, in addition to several others.

In addition to the obvious reasons for concern over the tri-border

area and other places where this type of activity is occurring, I do

not like the fact that at a minimum North Carolina loses an esti-

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mated 3,300 jobs and over $39 million in tax revenue just due to

software piracy each year. We could use that money to do many

good things in my state.

I want to thank the Chairman for having this hearing today and

look forward to hearing from our witnesses as to whether or not

these are isolated examples of connection between intellectual

property crimes and terrorism or whether there may be more to

this story. I thank the Chairman.

Chairman HYDE. Thank you, Mr. Ballenger.

Mr. Berman?

Mr. BERMAN. No statement, Mr. Chairman.

Chairman HYDE. Thank you, Mr. Berman.

Ms. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen?

Ms. ROS-LEHTINEN. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I echo the senti-

ments of our colleagues in congratulating you for holding this hear-

ing.

I am ashamed that this video that we showed is in parts of my

congressional district in south Florida where so many of these

swap meet sales are taking place. I am glad that our local authori-

ties are paying greater attention because of the news reports and

because of hearings like this. We hope that everyone who pur-

chases any items from these outlets understands that they are par-

ticipating in this terrible terrorist network.

Thank you, Mr. Chairman.

Chairman HYDE. Thank you, Ms. Lehtinen.

Mr. Smith of Michigan?

Mr. SMITH. Mr. Chairman, thank you and Mr. Lantos for your

holding this hearing.

The real challenge for American shoppers, in fact shoppers

throughout the world, is resisting the temptation to buy these

goods that are much lower in price. The importance of this hearing

is a start in communicating to shoppers in America and around the

world that they need to resist the temptation to buy that cheaper

product with the understanding that often it goes into the criminal

element and very likely often goes into the terrorist element.

Thank you, Mr. Chairman.

Chairman HYDE. Thank you, Mr. Smith

Mr. Schiff of California?

Mr. SCHIFF. I just want thank the Chairman for holding the

hearing, and I will return the balance of my time.

Chairman HYDE. Thank you.

We are very pleased to have with us today Ronald Kenneth

Noble, the current Secretary General for Interpol. Today is an his-

toric moment because this is the first time a Secretary General of

Interpol has ever testified before the United States Congress.

Interpol is a 181 member country organization created to share

sensitive police information in order to fight international crime.

An American citizen, Secretary General Noble is the first non-Eu-

ropean to hold this position. Prior to this position, Mr. Noble was

the Under Secretary of the Treasury for Enforcement for the U.S.

Department of Treasury.

In that capacity, he oversaw four of the United States’ eight larg-

est Federal law enforcement agencies—the Secret Service, the U.S.

Customs Service, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms,

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and the Criminal Investigation Division of the Internal Revenue

Service.

He oversaw the reorganization of the U.S. Customs Service, ATF

and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network. He also conducted

Treasury’s review of the failed ATF raid on the Branch Davidian

compound near Waco, Texas, and the series of breaches of security

at the White House, including a suicide plane crash and an assault

rifle carrying gunman.

Mr. Noble also worked as the Chief of Staff and Deputy Assistant

Attorney General for the U.S. Department of Justice’ Criminal Di-

vision, where he oversaw the General Litigation Section, the Wit-

ness Protection Unit and the Appeals Section. Earlier in his career,

Mr. Noble prosecuted public corruption, organized crime, drug and

fraud cases as an Assistant U.S. Attorney.

He has received numerous awards, authored several publications

and is fluent in four languages. He is currently on leave of absence

as a law professor and faculty director at the New York University

School of Law to serve as Secretary General of Interpol.

He graduated cum laude from the University of New Hampshire

in 1979 and received his Juris Doctor from Stanford Law School in

1982. We wish to extend a very warm welcome to you, Mr. Noble.

Also on our first panel is Asa Hutchinson, an old friend who is

now Under Secretary for Border and Transportation Security, U.S.

Department of Homeland Security. Under Secretary Hutchinson

was appointed by President Bush and confirmed by a unanimous

vote of the U.S. Senate in January 2003.

As Under Secretary for Border and Transportation Security, Mr.

Hutchinson leads a directorate of over 110,000 employees and is re-

sponsible for coordinating the enforcement activities of our borders,

waterways and transportation on immigration systems. Prior to

coming to DHS, Secretary Hutchinson served as a Member of Con-

gress from Arkansas from 1997 to 2001, and while in Congress he

served on the Select Committee on Intelligence and the House

Committee on the Judiciary. I was certainly proud to serve with

Under Secretary Hutchinson during his tenure on the Committee

on the Judiciary.

After being re-elected to his third term in Congress, he was ap-

pointed Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration

where he combined tough law enforcement initiatives with advo-

cating increased investment in treatment and education programs.

Prior to his election to Congress, he practiced law in rural Ar-

kansas for 21 years and tried over 100 court cases. During this

time, he was appointed by President Reagan to be U.S. Attorney

for the Western District of Arkansas. At the age of 31, he was the

youngest U.S. Attorney in the nation. Welcome home, Mr. Sec-

retary.

We are honored to have you both appear before the Committee,

and please proceed with a 5-minute summary, if possible, of your

statement. Your full statement will be made a part of the record.

We will start with you, Secretary Noble.

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STATEMENT OF THE HONORABLE RONALD K. NOBLE,

SECRETARY GENERAL, INTERPOL

Mr. NOBLE. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I also wanted to thank

the Chairman and the Committee for hosting a hearing on this

very, very important topic and to say that personally it is not only

an honor to be the first Secretary General to appear before the U.S.

Congress, but it is especially an honor to be seated next to Asa

Hutchinson, who has demonstrated strong, strong commitment to

fighting international crime and to supporting Interpol.

Intellectual property crime: It is well established and few people

will argue that it is at least a $400 billion to $450 billion a year

crime problem. One would think that that in and of itself would

make it a high priority for law enforcement around the world.

If not the global impact, think about any one nation’s impact.

Think about the U.S., where people believe the problem is a $200

billion to $250 billion a year crime problem. One would think that

any crime problem of that proportion would draw the attention of

law enforcement at a national level and an international level.

So why has this not been a high priority crime area? Some of the

comments have already been made by Members of this Committee

that answer this question in part, if not in whole. It is perceived

as a victimless crime. The cross industry impact of the crime di-

lutes its importance on any one industry perhaps.

It is a crime that crosses national borders, so it is difficult to in-

vestigate from end to end. The distribution network is very dis-

persed, often ending up with poor immigrants standing on street

corners with items that seem too good to resist.

The penalty, if arrested and convicted, for engaging in this kind

of activity is also low. Therefore, the deterrence impact is not great.

Law enforcement and prosecutors get little credit for arrests and/

or for seizures. It is often viewed as a civil enforcement problem.

Why not let the wealthy companies or the wealthy industries police

this problem themselves?

Consumers believe that the companies involved make so much

money already. Consumers wonder why and how are they going to

be hurt if I buy this disc, this CD or designer product? Profits of

designer good companies seem to be high. Profits of drug compa-

nies seem to be high. Profits of certain sports producers also seem

to be high. The connection between their act, their purchase, and

crime seems to be far, and the victim is not anyone they know or

can identify in terms of a human face.

Organized crime figures and terrorists know this as well. They

are smart, they share information, and they investigate for high

profit endeavors that are low priorities for the police where they

can engage in their activity and make a profit without the fear of

significant investigation resulting in arrests.

Organized crime and terrorists seek diverse income streams, so

it is not enough to say yes, they are supported by drug trafficking;

yes, they are supported by human trafficking or payment card

fraud. No. One must think about is there an illegal activity that

is a high profit activity where there is a low penalty and low pri-

ority in law enforcement that organized crime and terrorists would

not engage in? I say there is no such criminal activity that they

would not engage in.

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Then there are the people who say prove it to me. Prove it to me

that there is a direct connection between financing of terrorism and

intellectual property crime. When we give them examples, such as

examples we will talk about today, in northern Ireland where they

have established terrorist organizations that have the characteris-

tics of organized crime groups that control this activity from manu-

facturer to distribution to sale should signal us that if there is any

country or any location in the world, whether it established ter-

rorist groups, they are going to use this in part for their financing.

Kosovo. Post conflict areas tend to be areas that once the conflict

is resolved, but before law enforcement is established, there tends

to be a flood of counterfeit goods. We know that in Kosovo the

Chechen separatists, the terrorists there, are believed to sell coun-

terfeit goods and generate up to $500,000 to $700,000 U.S. dollars

per month.

Al-Qaeda. We know that al-Qaeda supporters, and I cannot go

into detail, but we know that al-Qaeda supporters have been found

with commercial size volume of counterfeit goods. If you find one

al-Qaeda operative with it, it is like finding one roach in your

house or one rat in your house. It should be enough to draw your

attention to it.

We know from a project we are running in north Africa with a

lot of the supporters of the fundamentalist terrorist organizations

there that they, too, are embarking in this area. We have heard ex-

amples from Members of this Committee about Hezbollah and the

tri-country region in South America being involved in this area. We

know about Hamas.

That is, from Interpol’s perspective we say that there has been

enough of a connection drawn already that we should no longer

think of intellectual property crime as a victimless crime. There

has been enough connection drawn already between organized

crime and intellectual property crime that we can no longer think

of it as a victimless crime.

Finally, and most importantly, we are seeing the connection in

areas between terrorist financing and intellectual property crime,

and so Interpol says we welcome the interest of the U.S. Congress

in this area. We would also welcome the support of U.S. law en-

forcement and law enforcement around the world to make inter-

national intellectual property crime a high priority crime and to try

to expose the connection it presents to terrorist financing and orga-

nized crime activity.

Mr. Chairman, Members of the Committee, thank you very

much.

[The prepared statement of Mr. Noble follows:]

PREPARED STATEMENT OF THE HONORABLE RONALD K. NOBLE, SECRETARY GENERAL,

INTERPOL

THE LINKS BETWEEN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY CRIME AND TERRORIST FINANCING

Introduction

Intellectual Property Crime (IPC) is the counterfeiting or pirating of goods for sale

where the consent of the rightsholder has not been obtained. Terrorist financing is

the generation of funds via licit or illicit means that are then remitted to a terrorist

organization or its front organization via formal or informal financial channels.

These funds may be used for either the running costs of the organization or to carry

out attacks.

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1 Definition as used on page 11 by The Organised Crime Taskforce, Nothern Ireland, in ‘‘The

Threat: Assessment 2002 Serious and Organised Crime in Northern Ireland’’ The Police Service

of Northern Ireland

2 ‘‘The Economic Impact of Counterfeiting’’, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Devel-

opment, 1998

3 The Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Customs Service today announced the Na-

tional Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center’s first conference for members of Con-

gress and industry in Washington. FBI National Press Office, Washington D.C., July 17, 2002

available at http://www.fbi.gov/pressrel/pressrel02/outreach071702.htm

Scope and Purpose

This testimony seeks to examine the links between IPC and the financing of ter-

rorist organizations. It examines what is known to the International Criminal Police

Organization (Interpol).

The testimony is produced for the Congress of the United States, House of Rep-

resentatives Committee on International Relations hearing on the links between

IPC and the financing of terrorist organizations.

Methodology

The testimony draws on information held in files at the Interpol General Secre-

tariat (Interpol), from Interpol Member States, trade bodies, manufacturers and

rights holders, and a range of open sources.

The Nature Of Intellectual Property Crime

Intellectual Property refers to the legal rights that correspond to intellectual ac-

tivity in the industrial, scientific, and artistic fields. These legal rights, most com-

monly in the form of patents, trademarks, and copyright, protect the moral and eco-

nomic rights of the creators, in addition to the creativity and dissemination of their

work. Industrial property, which is part of intellectual property, extends protection

to inventions and industrial designs.

Based on this understanding Intellectual Property Crime (IPC) refers to counter-

feited and pirated goods, manufactured and sold for profit without the consent of the

patent or trademark holder.1

Intellectual Property Crime (IPC) represents one aspect of the informal economy

(black market) which operates in parallel to the formal economy. Other activities

within the informal economy include illicit drugs, stolen vehicles, or counterfeit

credit cards. The informal economy has expanded with globalisation, and represents

a significant level of economic activity even in developed countries.

The global trade in counterfeit goods has recently been estimated at US$ 450 bil-

lion, representing between 5 to 7% of the value of global trade.2 In Europe, in 2001,

the European Union reported the seizure of 95 million items of counterfeit or pirat-

ed goods, representing approximately US$2 billion. The Federal Bureau of Inves-

tigation (FBI) in the United States estimates losses to counterfeiting to United

States businesses at US$200 to 250 billion a year.3 IPC is a lucrative criminal activ-

ity with the possibility of high financial returns. It is also relatively low risk as pris-

on sentences tend to be light when compared to other criminal activity such as drug

trafficking.

IPC involves a wide range of criminal actors ranging from individuals to

organised criminal groups. IPC includes the manufacturing, transporting, storing

and sale of counterfeit or pirated goods. Generally, the above is organised and con-

trolled by criminals or criminal organizations. In Northern Ireland, however, para-

military groups are known to control some manufacturing through their links to

organised crime groups.

The Nature of Terrorist Financing

Terrorist financing is the remittance of funds to terrorist organizations or their

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and demonstrated a controlled reentry to
within 7 miles of planned landing point.

Gemini Manned Dec. i_ Demonstrated on-time launch procedures,


VI-A i day 1965 closed-loop rendezvous capability, and
station keeping techniques with space-
craft 7.

Gemini Manned March 16_ Rendezvous and docking with GATV_ con-
VIII 3-day 1966 trolled landing_ emergency recovery_ mul-
rendezvous tiple restart of GATV in orbit. Spacecraft
and dock mission terminated early because of an
(terminated electrical short in the control system.
in rev. 7)
MSC-G-R-66-4

GEMINI PROGRAM MISSION REPORT

GEMINI VIII

Prepared by: Gemini Mission Evaluation Team

Approved by:

Charles W. Mathews
Mamager_ Gemini Program

GeOrge M. Low
Deputy Director

NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION

MANNED SPACECRAFT CEN_R

HOUSTON_ TEXAS

APRIL 29, 1966

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CONTENTS

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TABLES ................... xviii

FIGURES ............. xxii

1.0 MISSION SUMMARY ............. I-I

2.0 INTRODUCTION .................. 2-1

3.0 VEHICLE DESCRIPTION .............. 3-1

3. i GEMINI SPACECRAF_ ............. 3-7

3.1. i Spacecraft Structure ...... 3-7

3.1.2 Major Systems .......... 3-7

3.1.2.1 Communications System 3-7


3.1.2.2 Instrumentation and Recording
System .......... 3-7
3.1.2.3 Environmental Control
System ...... 3-8
3.1.2.4 Guidance and Control
System ........... 3-9
3.1.2.5 Time Reference System • . . 3-10
3.1.2.6 Electrical System ....... 3-10
3.1.2.7 Propulsion System .... 3-10
3.1.2.8 Pyrotechnic System • . . 3-10
3.1.2.9 Crew-station furnishings and
equipment ...... 3-11
3.1.2.10 Landing System ...... 3-12
3.1.2.11 Postlanding and Recovery
Systems ...... 3-12
3.1.2.12 Extravehicula_ activity"
equipment ....... 3-12

3.2 G_MINI LAUNCH VEHICLE ............ 3-35

3.2.1 Structure .............. 3-35

3.2.2 Major Systems .............. 3-35

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3.2.2. i Propulsion System ....... 3-35


3.2.2.2 Flight Control System ..... 3-35
3.2.2.3 Radio Guidance System ..... 3-35
3.2.2.4 Hydraulic System ........ 3-35
3.2.2.5 Electrical System ....... 3-35
3.2.2.6 Malfunction Detection
System ............ 3-35
3.2.2.7 Instrumentation System ..... 3-35
3.2.2.8 Range Safety and Ordnance
Systems ........... 3-35

3.3 WEIGHT AND BALANCE DATA ............. 3-37

3.4 G_MINI AGENA TARGET VEHICLE ........... 3-39

3.4.1 Structure ............. 3-39

3.4.1.1 Gemini Agena Target


Vehicle ..... 3-39
3-4.1.2 Target Docking Adapter . [ [ 3-39

3.4.2 Major Systems .......... 3-39

3.4.2.1 Propulsion System ..... 3-39


3.4.2.2 Electrical System .... 3-40
3.4.2.3 Flight Control System . . . 3-40
3.4.2.4 Connnunications and Com_nd
System ......... 3-40
3.4.2.5 Range Safety System . . 3-40

3.5 TARGET LAUNCH VEHICLE ........... 3-47

3.5.1 Structure ............... 3-47

3.5.2 Major Systems .............. 3-47

3.5.2.1 Propulsion System ....... 3-47


3.5.2.2 Guidance System ...... 3-47
3.5.2.3 Flight Control System . • • 3-47
3.5.2.4 Electrical System ..... 3-47
3.5.2.5 Pneumatic System ...... 3-47
3.5.2.6 Instrumentation System . . . 3-48
3.5.2.7 Range Safety System .... 3-48

3.6 WEIGHT AND BALANCE DATA ............. 3-51

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4.0 MISSION DESCRIPTION ............ 4-1

4.1 ACTUAL MISSION ............... 4-1

4.2 SEQUENCE OF EVENTS ....... 4- 9

4.3 FLIGHT TRAJECTORIES ........... 4-15

4.3. l Gemini Spacecraft ........ 4-15

4.3. I. i Launch ......... 4-15


4.3. I. 2 Orbit ........ 4-16
4.3. I.3 Reentry .......... 4-19

4.3.2 Gemini Atlas-Agena Target Vehicle .... 4-20

4.3.2. i Launch ......... 4-20


4.3.2.2 Orbit ........ 4-20

4.3.3 Gemini Launch Vehicle Second Stage . 4-21

5.0 VEHICLE PERFORMANCE ............ 5-1

5. I SPACECRAFT P_FORMANCE ........... 5-1

5.1. I Spacecraft Structure ........... 5-1

5.1.2 Communications System ....... 5-5

5. I. 2. i Ultrahigh frequency voice com-


munications .......... 5-5
5. I. 2.2 High frequency voice communi-
cations ......... 5-6
5. I. 2.3 Radar transponders ..... 5-6
5. I. 2.4 Digital Command System . . 5-6
5. i. 2.5 Telemetry transmitters . . . 5-7
5. i. 2.6 Antenna systems ...... 5-7
5- i. 2.7 Recovery aids ......... 5-7

5. i. 3 Instrumentation and Recording System . 5-9

5. i. 3. i Overall system performance . 5-9


5. i. 3.2 Delayed-time data quality • • 5-9
5. i. 3.3 Real-time data quality .... 5-9

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5.1.4 Environmental Control System ...... 5-13

5.1.4.1 Crewman comfort ....... 5-13


5.1.4.2 Gas entrainment ........ 5-13
5.1.4. 3 Primary oxygen system .... 5-13
5.1.4.4 Reentry ............ 5-13
5. I. 4.5 Postlanding ........ 5-14

5.1.5 Guidance and Control System ....... 5-15

5. i. 5. i Summary ........... 5-15


5. I. 5.2 Inertial Guidance System per-
formance evaluation ..... 5-15
5.1.5.3 Control system performance
evaluation .......... 5-24

5.1.6 Time Reference Syst_n .......... 5-65

5.1.7 Electrical System ............ 5-67

5.1.7.1 Fuel Cell Power System ..... 5-67


5.1.7.2 Reactant supply system .... 5-70
5.1.7.3 Power distribution system . . 5-70
5.1.7.4 Control system anomaly ..... 5-71
5.1.7.5 Sequential system ....... 5-74

5.1.8 Spacecraft Propulsion Systems ...... 5-85

5.1.8.1 Orbital Attitude and Maneuver


System ............ 5-85
5.1.8.2 Reentry Control System ..... 5-90
5.1.8.3 Retrograde rocket system .... 5-92

5.1.9 Pyrotechnics ............. 5-101

5.1.10 Crew Station ............ 5-103

5.1.10.1 Crew-station design and


layout .......... 5-103
5.1.10.2 Displays and controls ..... 5-104
5.1.10.3 Pilots' operational equip-
ment ............ 5-104
5.1.10.4 Space suits and acces-
sories ........... 5-105

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5.1.10.5 Pilots' personal equip-


ment ............ 5-105
5.1.10.6 Bioinstrumentation ...... 5-106

5.1.11 Landing System ........... 5-107

5.1.12 Postlanding ............ 5_109

5.2 G_INI LAUNCH VEHICLE PERFORMANCE ........ 5-111

5.2.1 Airframe .......... 5-111

5.2.1.1 Longitudinal oscillation • . . 5-111


5.2.1.2 Structural loads ...... 5-111
5.2.1.3 Post-SECO disturbance .... 5-112

5.2.2 Propulsion ............ 5-115

5.2.2.1 Propellant loading and average


inflight temperatures .... 5-115
5.2.2.2 Stage I performance ...... 5-115
5.2.2.3 Stage II performance ..... 5-116
5.2.2.4 Performance margin ...... 5-116

5.2.3 Flight Control System ...... 5-119

5.2.3.1 Stage i flight ....... 5-119


5.2.3.2 Staging sequence ...... 5-119
5.2.3.3 Stage II flight ....... 5-120

5.2.4 Hydraulic System ............ 5-125

5.2.5 Guidance System ............. 5-127

5.2.5.1 Progran_ned guidance ...... 5-127


5.2.5.2 Radio guidance ........ 5-127

5.2.6 Electrical System .......... • • 5-131

5.2.7 Instrumentation System ......... 5-133

5.2.7.1 Ground ........... 5-133


5.2.7.2 Airborne ......... 5-133

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5.2.8 Malfunction Detection System ...... 5-135

5.2.8.1 Engine MDS ......... 5-135


5.2.8.2 Airframe MDS ........ 5-135
5.2.8. 3 Tank pressure indications . . . 5-135

5.2.9 Range Safety and Ordnance Systems .... 5-137

5.2.9.1 Flight Termination System . . . 5-137


5.2.9.2 Range safety tracking
system ........ 5-137
5.2.9.3 Ordnance ......... 5-137

5.2.10 Prelaunch Operations ......... 5-139

5.3 SPACECRA]_-rf--G_NT LAUNCH VEHICLE INTERFACE


PERFORMANCE ................. 5-141

5.4 G_vYINI AGENA TARGET VEHICLE PERFORMANCE .... 5-143

5.4.1 Airframe .............. 5-145

5.4.1.1 Launch phase ....... 5-145


5.4.1.2 Separation ...... 5-145
5.4.1.3 Ascent maneuver ...... 5-145
5.4.1.4 Docking phase ......... 5-146
5.4.1.5 Orbital phase ..... 5-146

5.4.2 Propulsion System .......... 5-149

5.4.2.1 Summary .......... 5-149


5.4.2.2 Design ........... 5-149
5.4.2.3 Prelaunch ........... 5-149
5.4.2.4 Launch phase ......... 5-149
5.4.2.5 GATV ascent firing ...... 5-149
5.4.2.6 Pressurization system ..... 5-150
5.4.2.7 Primary Propulsion System
orbital operations ..... 5-151
5.4.2.8 Secondary Propulsion System
orbital operations ..... 5-151

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5.4. 3 Communications and Command System .... 5-187

5.4.3.1 Command system ........ 5-187


5.4.3.2 Tracking system ........ 5-187
5.4.3. 3 Telemetry system ....... 5-187

5.4.4 Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems ..... 5-191

5.4.4.1 Hydraulic System ...... 5-191


5.4.4.2 Pneumatics ....... 5-191

5.4.5 Guidance and Control System ....... 5-193

5.4.5.1 Ascent guidance sequence • • • 5-193


5.4.5.2 !n-orbit attitude
maneuvers ......... 5-194
5.4.5.3 In-orbit propulsion
guidance ........ 5-195
5.4.5.4 Miscellaneous comments 5-198

5.4.6 Electrical System .... 5-213

5.4.6.1 Main-bus power • • • 5-213


5.4.6.2 Regulated power ........ 5-213
5.4.6.3 Component temperatures 5-213

5.4.7 Instrumentation System ...... 5-215

5.4.8 Range Safety ........... 5-217

5.4.8.1 Flight termination system . 5-217


5.4.8.2 Track system ........ 5-217

5.5 TARGRT LAUNCH VEHICLE PERFORMANCE ........ 5-219

5.5.1 Airframe .............. 5-219

5.5.2 Propulsion System ............ 5-220

5.5.2.1 Propulsion System ....... 5-220


5.5.2.2 Propellant utilization .... 5-221
5.5.2.3 Propellant loading ...... 5-222

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5.5.3 Flight Control System .......... 5-222

5.5.4 Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems . • • 5-223

5.5.4.1 Pneumatic system ....... 5-223


5.5.4.2 Hydraulic system ...... 5-224

5.5.5 Guidance System ............. 5-224

5.5.5.1 Programmed guidance ...... 5-224


5.5.5.2 Radio guidance ........ 5-225

5.5.6 Electrical System ........ _.... 5-225

5.5.7 Instrumentation System ......... 5-226

5.5.7.1 Telemetry ........... 5-226


5.5.7.2 Landline ........... 5-226

5.5.8 Range Safety System ........... 5-227

5.6 G_IN! ATIAS-AGENA TARGET VEHICLE INTERFACE


P_FORMANCE ................ 5-229

5.7 SPACECRA_T-G_MINI AGENA TARGET VEHICLE INTERFACE


PERFORMANCE .................. 5-231

6.0 MISSION SUPPORT PERF01_94ANCE ........... 6-i

6. i FLIGHT CONTROL ................. 6-i

6.1.1 Premission Operations ........ 6-1

6.1.1.1 Premission activities ..... 6-1


6.1.1.2 Documentation . . . 6-1
6.1.1.3 MCC/network flightlcontrol"
operations ...... 6-1
6.1. i.4 Prelaunch ........... 6-1

6.1.2 Powered Flight ............. 6-3

6.1.2.1 Gemini Atlas-Agena Target


Vehicle powered flight . • • 6-3
6.1.2.2 Gemini Space Vehicle powered
flight ........... 6-4

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6.1.3 Orbital ............. 6-4

6.1.4 Reentry ............. 6-II

6.1.5 GATV Orbital ............. 6-11

6.2 NETWORKPERFORMANCE ............... 6-25

6.2.1 Mission Control Center-Houston (MCC-H)


and Remote Facilities ......... 6-25

6.2.2 Network Facilities ...... 6-25

6.2.2.1 Remote sites ...... 6-25


6.2.2.2 _omputing ........... 6-27
6.2.2.3 Communications ........ 6-29

6.3 RECOVERY OPERATIONS ............ 6-31

6.3.1 Recovery Force Deployment ........ 6-31

6.3.2 Location and Retrieval ....... 6-32

6.3.3 Recovery Aids .............. 6-35

6.3.3.1 UHF recovery beacon


(243.0mc) ......... 6-35
6.3.3.2 HFTransmitter
(15.016mc) ......... 6-35
6.3.3.3 UHF voice transmitter
(296.8 mc) ........ 6-36
6.3.3.4 UHF survival radio
(243.0mc) ........ 6-36
6.3.3.5 Flashinglight ........ 6-36
6.3.3.6 Fluorescein sea marker .... 6-36
6.3.3.7 Swimmer interphone ..... 6-36

6.3.4 Postretrieval Procedures ..... 6-36

6.3.5 Spacecraft 8 Reentry Control System


Deactivation ............. 6-37

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7.0 FLIGHT CREW ..................... 7-1

7. i FLIGHT CREW PERFORMANCE ............. 7-1

7.1.1 Crew Activities ............. 7-1

7.1.1.1 Prelaunch through insertion . 7-1


7.1.1.2 Rendezvous ........... 7-1
7.1.1.3 Operational cheeks and
experiments .......... 7-5
7.1.1.4 Control systems ......... 7-6
7.1.1.5 Retrofire and reentry ...... 7-8
7.1.1.6 Landing and recovery ...... 7-10
7.1.1.7 Mission training and training
evaluation .......... 7-11

7.1.2 Gemini VIII Pilots' Report ........ 7-15

7.1.2.1 Prelaunch ............ 7-15


7.1.2.2 Powered flight ......... 7-15
7.1.2.3 Insertion ............ 7-16
7.1.2.4 Pre-transfer maneuvers ..... 7-16
7.1.2.5 Terminal phase ......... 7-18
7.1.2.6 Station keeping ......... 7-19
7.1.2.7 Docking ............. 7-19
7.1.2.8 GATV yaw maneuver ........ 7-20
7.1.2.9 Control system problem ..... 7-20
7.1.2.10 Preretrofire .......... 7-21
7.1.2.11 Retrofire ............ 7-22
7.1.2.12 Reentry ............. 7-22
7.1.2.13 Recovery ............ 7-23
7.1.2.14 Systems operation ........ 7-24
7.1.2.15 Experiments and operational
checks ...... ...... 7-25
7.1.2.16 Visual sightings ........ 7-25

7.2 AEROMEDICAL ................... 7-29

7.2.1 Preflight ................ 7-29

7.2.1.1 Medical histories ........ 7-29


7.2.1.2 Preflight activities ...... 7-29
7.2.1.3 Prelaunch preparation ...... 7-31

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7.2.2 Inflight ................. 7-31

7.2.2.1 Physiological minotoring .... 7-31


7.2.2.2 Medical observations ...... 7-32

7.2.3 Postflight ................ 7-35

7.2.3.1 Recovery medical activities . 7-35


7.2.3.2 Examinations .......... 7-37

8.0 EXPERIMenTS ..................... 8-1

8.1 EXPERIMENT D-3, MASS DETERMINATION ....... 8-3

8.1.1 Objective ................ 8-3

8.1.2 Equipment ................ 8-3

8.1.3 Procedure ................ 8-3

8.1.4 Results ................. 8-4

8.2 EXPERIMENT D-14, UHF/VHF POLARIZATION . . .... 8-5

8.2.1 Objective ................ 8-5

8.2.2 Equipment ................ 8-5

8.2.3 Procedures ................ 8-5

8.2.4 Results ................. 8-5

8.3 EXPERIMENT D-15, NIGHT IMAGE


INTENSIFICATION ................ 8-7

8.3.1 Objective ................ 8-7

8.3.2 Equipment ................ 8-7

8-3.3 Procedures ................ 8-7

8.3.4 Results ................. 8-7

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8.4 EXPERIMENT D-16, POWER TOOL EVAIUATION ..... 8-9

8.4.1 Objective ................ 8-9

8.4.2 Equipment ................ 8-9

8.4.3 Procedures ................ 8_ 9

8.4.4 Results .............. 8_ 9

8.5 EXPERIMENT M-5, BIOASSAYS BODY FLUIDS ...... 8-11

8.5.1 Objective ................ 8-11

8.5.2 Equipment ................ 8-ii

8.5.3 Procedures ................ 8-ii

8.5.4 Results ................. 8-11

8.6 EXPERIMENT S-I_ ZODIACAL LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY 8-13

8.6.1 Objective ................ 8-13

8.6.2 Equipment ................ 8-13

8.6.3 Procedures ................ 8-13

8.6.4 Results ................. 8-13

8.7 EXPERIMH_T S-3, FROG EGG GROWTH ......... 8-15

8.7.1 0bjective ................ 8-15

8.7.2 Equipment ................ 8-15

8.7.3 Procedures ................ 8-15

8.7.4 Results ................. 8-16

8.7.5 Conclusions ............... 8-16

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8.8 EXPERIMENT S-7, CLOUD TOP SPEC_._OMETER ...... 8-19

8.8.1 Objective ................. 8-19

8.8.2 Equipment ................. 8-19

8.8.3 Procedures ................ 8-19

8.8.4 Results .................. 8-19

8.9 EXPERIMENT S-9, NUCLEAR EMULSION ......... 8-21

8.9.1 Objective ................. 8-21

8.9- 2 Equipment ................. 8-21

8.9.3 Procedures ................ 8-21

8.9.4 Results .................. 8-22

8. i0 EXPERIMENT S-IO, AGENA MICROMETEORITE


COLLECTION ................... 8-23

8.i0.i Objective ................. 8-23

8. i0.2 Equipment ................. 8-23

8.10.3 Procedures ................ 8-23

8.i0.4 Results .................. 8-23

9.0 CONCLUSIONS ...................... 9-1

i0.0 RECOMMENDATIONS .................... i0-i

ii. 0 REFERENCES .................... ii-i

12.0 APPENDIX ....................... 12-1

12.1 VEHICLE HISTORIES ................ 12-1

12.1.i Spacecraft Histories ........... 12-1

12.1.2 Gemini Launch Vehicle Histories ...... 12-1

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12.1.3 Gemini Agena Target Vehicle and


Target Docking Adapter ....... 12-1

12.1.4 Target launch Vehicle ........ 12-i

12.2 WEATHER CONDITIONS .............. 12-15

12.3 FLIGHT SAFETY REVIEWS ......... 12-21

12.3.1 Spacecraft Readiness Review ..... 12-21

12.3.2 Extravehicular Activity Equipment


Review ............... 12-22

12.3.3 Design Certification Review ..... 12-22

12.3.4 Mission Briefing ........... 12-23

12.3.5 Flight Safety Review Board ...... 12-23

12.4 SUPPLEMENTAL REPORTS ............. 12-25

12.5 DATA AVAILABILITY .............. 12-27

12.6 POSTFLIGHT INSPECTION ............ 12-35

12.6.1 Spacecraft Systems .......... 12-36

12.6.1.1 Structure ......... 12-36


12.6.1.2 Environmental Control
System ......... 12-37
12.6.1.3 Communications System . . . 12-37
12.6.1.4 Guidance and Control
System .......... 12-38
12.6.1.5 Pyrotechnic System ..... 12-38
12.6.1.6 Instrumentation and
Recording System ..... 12-38
12.6.1.7 Electrical System ..... 12-39
12.6.1.8 Crew-station f_rnishings
and equipment ...... 12-40
12.6.1.9 Propulsion System ..... 12-41
12.6.1.10 Landing System ....... 12-41

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12.6.1.11 Postlanding recovery


aids ............ 12-41
12.6.1.12 Experiments ......... 12-41

12.6.2 Continuing Evaluation ......... 12-41

13.0 DISTRIBUTION ..................... 13-1

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3.1-1 SPACECRAFT 8 MODIFICATIONS ............ 3-15

3.1-11 CREW STATION STOWAGE LIST ............. 3-17

3.2-I GLV-8 MODIFICATIONS ................ 3-36

3.4-I GATV-5003 MODIFICATIONS ............. 3 -41

3.4-II NOMINAL PPS START SEQUENCE .......... 3-43

3.5-I TLV-5302 MODIFICATIONS .............. 3 -49

4.2-I SEQUENCE OF EVENTS - GEMINI SPACE VEHICLE ..... 4-10

4.2. II GEMINI ATLAS-AGENA TARGET VEHICLE


SEQUENCE OF EVENTS ........... 4-12

4.3-I COMPARISON OF PLANNED AND ACTUAL GEMINI SPACE


VEHICLE TRAJECTORY PARAMETERS ........ 4-22

4.3-II COMPARISON OF SPACECRAFT ORBITAL ELEMENTS


BEFORE AND AI_R MA__RS ........ 4-24

4.3-III SPACECRAFT RENDEZVOUS _RS .... 4-26

4.3-IV COMPARISON OF SPACECRAFT ORBITAL ELEMENTS . 4-29

4.3-V COMPARISON OF PLANNED AND ACTUAL GAATV


TRAJECTORY PARAMETERS .......... 4-30

4.3-VI COMPARISON OF PIANNED AND ACTUAL GAATV


CUTOFFP_TERS ............. 4-32

4.3-vlI GATV_mmrs_ ............. 4-33

4.3-WII COMPARISONoF GATV ORBITAL_Lm_WTS FOR


MANEUVER .............. 4-36

4.3-1x COMPARISONOF GATV ORBITALELm_ENTS..... 4-38

5.1.3-I DELAYED-TIME DATA FROM SELECTED STATIONS . . . 5-10

5.1.3-II REAL-TIME DATA RECEIVED FROM SELECTED


STATIONS ............... 5-11

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5. i. 5-I SPACECRA_Vf GUIDANCE AND CONTROL SUMMARY


CHART ..................... 5-28

5. i. 5-II RESUI_S OF INCB]94ENTAL VELOCITY A/IIUST


ROt_X_ (XVAR) ............. 5-32

5.1.5-11I ASCENT IGS AND TRACKING SYSTEM ERRORS ....... 5-33

5. i.5-1V ORBIT INJECTION PARAMETERS AT


SEC0 + 20 SECONDS .............. 5-36

5.1.5-V GUIDANCE ERRORS AT SEC0 + 20 SECONDS ....... 5-37

5. i.5-VI PLATFORM ALIGNMENT ACCURACY DURING MAJOR


_Rs .................. 5-38

5. i. 5-VII TRANSLATION _RS ............. 5-39

5. i.5-VIII COMPARISON OF COMPUTER TELEMETRY REENTRY


PARAMETERS WITH POSTFLIGHT RECONSTRUCTION .... 5-40

5. i. 8-I 0AMS AND RCS SERVICING AND SYSTEM ACTIVATION


DATA .................... 5-93

5. i. 8-11 0AMS MANEUVER ENGINE SUMMARY ........ 5-94

5. I. 8-III SPACECRAFT AT21TUDE ACCELERATIONS INDUCED BY


0AMS MANEUVER-THRUSTER FIRINGS ......... 5-95

5.1.8-IV 0AMS AND RCS ATTITUDE ENGINE PERFORMANCE


SUMMARY................... 5-96
5. i. 8-V RETROGRADE ROCKET SYSTEM

(a) System Performance ............ 5-97


(b) Individual Motor Performance ........ 5-97

5.2.2-I PRELIMINARY STAGE ! ENGINE PERFORMANCE ...... 5-117

5.2.2-II PRELIMINARY STAGE II ENGINE PERFORMANCE ...... 5-118

5.2.3-I TRANSIENTS DURING STAGE I HOLDDOWN PERIOD ..... 5-121

5.2.3-II TARS ROLL AND PITCH PROGRAMS ........... 5-122

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5.2.3-III MAXIMUM RATES AND A_l_ITUDE ERRORS


DURING STAGE I FLIGHT ............. 5-123

5.2.3-IV VEHICLE RATES BETWEEN SEC0 AND SPACECRAFT


SEPARATION ......... 5-124

5.4.2-I PPS PRELAUNCH PARAMETERS . . . 5-153

5.4.2-II SPS PRELAUNCH PARAMETERS . . . 5-154

5.4.2-III PRIMARY PROPULSION SYSTEM DATA 5-1_5

5.4.2-IV SPS UNIT I PERFORMANCE .... 5-160

5.4.2-V SPS UNIT II PERFORMANCE ........ 5-161

5.4.6-I GATV ELECTRICAL PARAMETERS .... 5-214

6.1-I GATV ATTITUDE FLIGHT-CONTROL MODES 6-17

6.1-II CONTROL-GAS USAGE ........ 6-18

6.1-III AGENA PROPUISION OPERATIONS .... 6-19

6.2-I GEMINI VIII NETWORK CONFIGURATION . 6-30

6.3-I RECOVERY SUPPORT ......... 6-40

7.1-I CREW TRAINING SUMMARY ............ 7.2

7.1.2-I COMPARISON OF SOLUTIONS FOR TERMINAL-PHASE-


INITIATION MANEUVER .......... 7-27

7.1.2-II COMPARISON OF SOLUTIONS FOR FIRST MID-COURSE


CORRECTION MANEUVER ............... 7-27

7.1.2-III COMPARISON OF SOLUTIONS FOR SECOND MID-COURSE


CORRECTION MANEUVER .......... 7-27

7.2-I SIGNIFICANT PREFLIGHT MEDICAL ACTIVITIES • • 7-39

7.2-II URINALYSIS

(a) Command Pilot ............ 7-40


(t) Pilot .................... 7- o

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7.2-III URINE CHEMISTRIES

(a) Command Pilot .............. 7-41


(b) Pilot ................. 7-_3
7.2-1V BLOOD CHEMISTRIES

(a) Command Pilot ............ 7-45


(b) Pilot ................. 7-46

7.2-V LAUNCH MORNING ACTIVITIES_ MARCH 16_ 1966 ..... 7-47

8. O-I EXPERIMENTS ................ 8-2

12.2-I LAUNCH AREA ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS AT


15:11 G.m.t., MARCH 16, !966 ..... 12-17

12.2-II REENTRY AREA (OKINAWA) ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS


AT 00:00 G.m.t., MARCH 17, 1966 ......... 12-19

12.4-I GEMINI VIII SUPPLEMENTAL REPORTS .... 12-26

12.5-I SDMMARY OF INSTRUMENTATION DATA AVAILABILITY . . . 12-28

12.5-II SUMMARY OF PHOTOGRAPHIC DATA AVAILABILITY .... 12-30

12.5-III LAUNCH PHASE ENGINEERING SEQUENTIAL CAMERA


DATA AVAILABILITY

(a) Spacecraft and GLV ............. 12-31


(b) G_V ................. 12-33

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FIGURES

Figure Page

3.0-1 GLV ~ spacecraft relationships

(a) Launch configuration .............. 3-2


(b) Dimensional axes and guidance coordinates • • • 3-3

3.0-2 TLV - GATV relationships

(a) Launch configuration ........... 3-4


(b) Dimensional axes and guidance coordinates,
GATV-TDA .................. 3-5
(c) Dimensional axes and guidance coordinates,
TLV ..... •................ 3-6

3.1-1 Spacecraft arrangement and nomenclature ....... 3-22

3.1-2 Water management system ............... 3-23

3.1-3 Auxiliary tape memory unit .......... 3-24

3.1-4 Electrical system ............... 3-25

3.1-5 Orbital attitude and maneuver system ....... 3-26

3.1-6 Reentry control system ............... 3-27

3.1-7 Spacecraft controls and displays ........ 3-29

3.1-8 Spacecraft interior stowage area

(a) View looking into command pilot's side ..... 3-30


(b) View looking into pilot's side ......... 3-31

3.1-9 Arrangement of EVA provisions on spacecraft ..... 3-32

3.1-10 Planned sequence for donning extravehicular


support package .................. 3-33

3.1-11 Extravehicular equipment .............. 3-34

3.4-1 GATV primary propulsion system control circuits . . . 3-44

3.4-2 GATV antenna locations ............... 3-45

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4.1-i Planned and actual Gemini VIII mission with


planned alternates included ............ 4- 7

4.3-1 Ground track for Gemini VIII orbital mission

(a) Revolutions i through 7 ........ 4-39


(b) Reentry ............. 4-40

4.3-2 Trajectory parameters for GLV-spacecraft launch


phase

(a) Altitude and range ............... 4-41


(b) Space-fixed velocity and flight-path angle . . . 4-42
(c) Earth-fixed velocity and flight-path angle . . . 4-43
(d) Dynamic pressure and mach number ........ 4-44
(e) Longitudinal acceleration ........... 4_45

4.3-3 Apogee and perigee altitude for the Gemini VIII


mission ...................... 4-46

4.3-4 Rendezvous during the Gemini VIII m_ssion

(a) Relative range, azimuth, and elevation from


spacecraft 8 to GATV during mid-course
maneuvers .................. 4_47

(b) Relative range, azimuth, and elevation from


spacecraft 8 to GATV during terminal phase
maneuvers ................... 4-48
(c) Relative trajectory profile, measured from
GATV to spacecraft in curvilinear
coordinate system .............. 4_49

4.3-5 Trajectory parameters for the Gemini VIII mission


reentry phase

(a) Latitude, longitude, and altitude ....... 4-50


(b) Space-fixed velocity and flight-path angle .... 4-51
(c) Earth-fixed velocity and flight-path angle . . . 4-52
(d) Dynamic pressure and mach number ........ 4-53
(e) Longitudinal deceleration ........... 4-54

4.7-6 Trajectory parameters for the GAATV launch phase

(a) Altitude and range ............. 4-55


(b) Space-fixed velocity And flight-path angle . . . 4-56

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4.3-6 (Concluded)

(c) Earth-fixed velocity and flight-path angle . . . 4-57


(d) Dynamic pressure and mach number ........ 4-58
(e) Longitudinal acceleration ........... 4-59

4.3-7 GATV apogee and perigee altitude .......... 4-60

_.i.i-i Preliminary reentry angle of attack and lift-


to-drag ratio .............. 5-3

5.1.5-1 Comparisons of launch vehicle and spacecraft


steering errors .................. 5-41

_.i.5-2 Spacecraft IMU and GLV launch heading relation . . . 5-42

5.1._-5 Spacecraft acceleration measured after SEC0 ..... 5-43

_.i.5-4 Comparisons of spacecraft IGS and radar tracking


velocities ................... 5-44

5.1.5-5 IMU error coefficient history ............ 5-45

5.1.5-6 Preretrofire platform alignment .... 5-46

5.1.5-7 Analysis of activity in reducing desired-velocity-


change residuals ................. 5-47

5.1.5-8 Rendezvous radar system events ........... 5-48

5.1.5-9 Radar RF characteristics as a function of time 5-49

5.1.5-10 Rendezvous radar/ground trajectory comparisons 5-50

5.1.5-11 Radar/transponder environmental parameters ..... 5-51

5.1.5-12 Rendezvous total velocity comparison ........ 5-52

_.i.5-13 Rendezvous phase time history ............ 5-53

5.1.5-14 Rendezvous approach phase .............. 5-54

5.1.5-15 Auxiliary tape memory unit (ATMU) events,


module IV reprogram and verify ......... 5-55

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5.1.5-16 Touchdown comparisons ................ 5-56

5.1.5-17 Reentry guidance parameters ............. 5-57

5.2.5-18 Coelliptic maneuver attitudes ........... 5-58

5.1.5-19 Spacecraft roll rates during anomaly

(a) Docked
.................... 5-60
(b) Undocked .................. 5-61

5.1.5-20 Attitude control anomaly - time history ...... 5-62

5.1.5-21 Reentry time history ................ 5-63

5.1.5-22 Reentry roll-rate response ............. 5-64

5.1.7-1 Common control bus voltage performance ....... 5-75

5.1.7-2 Common control bus performance during 0A$_S


thruster malfunction period ............ 5-76

5.1.7-3 Wiring schematic of critical area .......... 5-77

5.1.7-4 Fuel cell performance

(a) Section I ................... 5-78


(b) Section II .................... 5-79

5.1.7-5 Section performance, stacks 2B and 2C base ..... 5-80

5.1.7-6 Fuel cell load-sharing characteristics

(a) Section I ................... 5-81


(b) Section II ................... 5-82

5.1.7-7 0xygen-hydrogen differential pressure during


purge operations ................. 5-83

5.1.8-1 0AMS propellant consumption ............. 5-98

5.1.8-2 RCS propellant consumption ............. 5-99

5.1.11-1 Landing system performance ............. 5-108

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5.4.1-1 Radiation shield temperatures (orbital) ...... 5-148

5.4.2-2 SPS +Y chamber pressure traces

(a) Unit I firings ascent through no. 4 ..... 5-162


(b) Unit I engine firings no. 5 through no. 8
and Unit II engine firings no. i and
no. 2 ................. 5-163

5.4.2-2 SPS skin temperature

(a) +Y Unit I ................ 5-164


(b) -Y Unit ! .................. 5-165
(c) Unit II ................. 5-166

5.4.2-3 PPS performance transients

(a) Ascent maneuver ............... 5-167


(b) In orbit maneuver no. i ........... 5-168
(c) In orbit maneuver no. 2 ........... 5-169
(d) In orbit maneuver no. 3 . • • 5-170
(e) In orbit maneuver no. 4 ........... 5-171
(f) In orbit maneuver no. 5 ........ 5-172
(g) In orbit maneuver no. 6 ....... 5-173
(h) In orbit maneuver no. 7 ........... 5-174
(i) In orbit maneuver no. 8 ........... 5-175

5.4.2-4 PPS tank pressure profile ............. 5-176

5.4.2-5 PPS thermal history

(a) Main tanks, 0 through 38 hours GATV


g. e. t .................... 5-177
(b) Main tanks, 38 through 76 hours GATV
g.e.t .................... 5-178
(c) Start tanks 0 to 35 hours ........... 5-179
(d) Start tanks 78 to 76 hours .......... 5-180

5.4.2-6 SPS -Y chamber pressure traces

(a) Unit I engine firings, ascent through no. 4 5-181


(b) Unit I engine firings no. 5 through no. 8,
and Unit II engine firings no. i and
no. 2 ................... 5-182

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5.4.2-7 SPS thermal history

(a) Nitrogen spheres ................ 5-183


(b) Propellant tanks and valves, +Y module ..... 5-184
(c) Propellant tanks and valves, -Y modulo . 5-185

5.4.5-1 GATVreal-time telemetry data ............ 5-188

5.4.3-2 GATV tape recorder dumped data .......... 5-189

5.4.5-1 Ascent guidance performance

(a) Yaw axis .................... 5-199


(b) Pitch axis .................. 5-200
(c) Roll axis ............. 5-201

5.4.5-2 Guidance performance (revolution 18 maneuver)

(a) Yaw axis ................... 5-202


(h) Pitch axis ................... 5-203
(c) Roll axis ................... 5-204

5.4.5-3 Guidance performance (revolution 26 maneuver)

(a) Yaw axis .................... 5-205


(b) Pitch axis .................. 5-206
(c) Roll axis .................... 5-207

5.4.5-4 Guidance performance (revolution 31 maneuver)

(a) Yaw axis .................... 5-208


(b) Pitch axis ................... 5-209
(c) Roll axis ................... 5-210

5.4.5-5 GATV hydraulic channel response ........... 5-211

5.4.5-6 GATV control gas usage ............... 5-212

6.1-1 Quantity variations in fuel-cell reactant supply


system (RSS) during powered flight ........ 6-20

6.1-2 GATV summary flight plan

(a) 0 to 25 _r ................... 6-21


(b) 25 to 50 hr .................. 6-22
(c) 50 to 75 hr .................. 6-25

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6.3-1 Launch site landing area recovery force


deployment .................... 6-41

6.3-2 Gemini VIII launch abort areas and recovery


ship and aircraft deployment ........... 6-42

6.3-3 Gemini VIII landing zone force deployment ..... 6-43

6.3-4 Primary landing area recovery force deployment . 6-44

6.3-5 Contingency recovery force deployment ....... 6-45

6.3-6 Flight crew in spacecraft prior to retrieval .... 6-46

6.3-7 Spacecraft landing area information .... 6-47

6.3-8 R and R Section ............. 6-48

7.1.1-1 Summary flight plan .............. 7-13

7.1.2-1 0nboard target-centered coordinate plot of


rendezvous ................... 7-28

7.2-1 Physiological measurements

(a) Con_aand pilot ................ 7-48


(b) Pilot ................... 7-49

7.2-2 Effects of spacecraft roll rate on pilots'


heart rate .................... 7-51

12.1-1 Spacecraft 8 test history at contractor


facility ..................... 12-2

12.1-2 Spacecraft 8 significant problems at contractor


facility ..................... 12-3

12.1-3 Spacecraft 8 test history at Cape Kennedy ..... 12-4

12.1-4 Spacecraft 8 significant problems at


Cape Kennedy .................. 12-5

12.1-_ GLV-8 history at Denver and Baltimore ....... 12-6

12.1-6 GLV-8 history at Cape Kennedy ........... 12- 7

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12.1-7 GATV 5003 history at contractor facility ...... 12-8

12.1-8 TDA 3 test history and significant problem areas


at contractor facility .............. 12- 9

12.1- 9 GATV 5003 and TDA 3 test history at Cape


Kennedy ..................... 12-10

12.1-10 GATV 5003 and TDA 3 problems at Cape Kennedy .... 12-11

12.1-11 SLV 5302 history at contractor facility 12-12

12.1-12 SLV 5302 history at Cape Kennedy .......... 12-13

12.2-1 Variation of wind direction and velocity with


altitude for the launch area at 15:11 G.m.t.,
March 16, 1966 .................. 12-20

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1.0 MISSION SUMMARY

The sixth manned mission, designated Gemini VIII, was the second
rendezvous mission and the first docking mission of the Gemini Program.
The Gemini Atlas-Agena Target Vehicle was launched from Complex 14,
Cape Kennedy, Florida, at 9:00:03 a.m.e.s.t, on March 16, 1966. The
Gemini Space Vehicle, with Astronaut Neil A. Armstrong, command pilot,
and Astronaut David R. Scott, pilot, was launched from Complex 19,
Cape Kennedy, Florida, at 10:41:02 a.m.e.s.t, on March 16, 1966. The
flight was scheduled as a three-day mission; however, because of a
spacecraft control-system anomaly which necessitated activation of the
Reentry Control System_ the manned phase of the flight was concluded at
approximately 13 hours 52 minutes ground elapsed time. During the
anomaly period, the crew exhibited a calm attitude and deliberate manner
in analyzing the problem and bringing the spacecraft back under control;
they then performed a normal closed-loop reentry, controlling the space-
craft to a nominal landing. Recovery of the flight crew and the space-
craft was accomplished in the western Pacific Ocean at 25 21' north
latitude, 135 ° 56' east longitude as reported by the recovery ship,
U.S.S. Leonard Mason. The crew demonstrated satisfactory control of
the rendezvous and docking and completed the flight in good physical
condition.

A primary objective of rendezvousing and doching with the Gemini


Agena Target Vehicle was accomplished. The secondary objectives that
were accomplished were rendezvousing and docking during the fourth rev-
o!ution, evaluating the Auxiliary Tape Memory Unit, demonstrating a
controlled reentry, and parking the Gemini Agena Target Vehicle. Two
of the secondary objectives were partially accomplished in that some
systems evaluation was conducted and two of the ten experiments were
performed. Early termination of the mission precluded accomplishment
of the remaining objectives of the mission.

The performance of the Gemini Atlas-Agena Target Vehicle was satis-


factory for this mission. The countdown was completed with no holds
and, after a nominal lift-off and launch phase, the Gemini Agena Target
Vehicle was inserted into the planned coast-ellipse trajectory. The
Primary Propulsion System of the Gemini Agena Target Vehicle ignited as
planned and inserted the vehicle into a 161.3-nautical-mile circular
orbit (referenced to a spherical earth having a radius equal to that
of the launch complex). These orbital elements were within one mile of
the planned orbital elements.

One hour 40 minutes 59 seconds after the successful launch of the


Gemini Atlas-Agena Target Vehicle, the Gemini Spacecraft also was
launched successfully. The performance of the Gemini Launch Vehicle
was satisfactory in all respects. The countdown was entirely nominal

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with no unscheduled holds_ and the lift-off occurred within one-half
second of the scheduled time. First-stage flight was normal, with all
planned events occurring within required limits. The first-stage offset
yaw-steering technique was used to place the spacecraft into an orbital
plane very close to the plane of the target-vehicle orbit.

Staging was nominal_ and the second-stage flight was normal. The
spacecraft was inserted into an orbit having a 86.3-nautical-mile peri-
gee and a 146.7-nautical-mile apogee referenced to a Fischer ellipsoid
earth. The perigee was 0.3 nautical mile below that planned aud the
apogee was 1.2 nautical miles above that planned. At spacecraft inser-
tions the slant range to the Gemini Agena Target Vehicle was a nominal
1060 nautical miles.

During the following period of 5 hours 52 minutes_ nine maneuvers


were performed by the crew to effect the rendezvous with the Gemini
Agena Target Vehicle. These maneuvers were all performed using the
spacecraft guidance system for attitude reference_ and the entire ter-
minal phase of rendezvous was completed using onboard-computer solutions
and displays. Continuous radar lock-on was achieved at a range of
!80 nautical miles and no subsequent losses of lock occurred until the
radar was placed in standby at a distance of approximately 20 feet from
the Gemini Agena Target Vehicle. The rendezvous phase of the mission
was completed at _ hours 58 minutes ground elapsed time when Space-
craft 8 was IDO feet from the Gemini Agena Target Vehicle and all rela-
tive motion between the two vehicles had been stopped.

After station keeping for about 36 minutes, docking with the Gemini
Agena Target Vehicle was accomplished. The final docking maneuver was
begun when a distance of about 2 feet separated the two vehicles. A
relative velocity of about three-fourths of a foot per second was
achieved at the moment of contact. The nose of the spacecraft moved
into the docking adapter very smoothly and the docking and rigidizing
sequence took place very quickly and with no difficulty. The docking
sequence was completed at 6:33:22 ground elapsed time_ with the two
vehicles rigidized together.

For a period of 27 minutes after docking_ the stability and control


of the docked vehicles was excellent. At approximately 7:00:30 ground
elapsed time_ the crew noted that the spacecraft-Gemini Agena Target
Vehicle combination was developing unexpected roll and yaw rates. The
command pilot was able to reduce these rates to essentially zero_
however_ after he released the hand comtroller_ the rates began to in-
crease again and the crew found it difficult to effectively control the
rates without excessive use of spacecraft Orbital Attitude and Maneuver
System propellants. In an effort to isolate the problem and stop the
excessive fuel consumption_ the crew initiated the sequence to undock

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the spacecraft from the Gemini Agena Target Vehicle. After undocking,
the spacecraft rates in roll and yaw began to increase_ indicating a
spacecraft problem which the crew attempted to isolate by initiating
malfunction-analysis procedures. When the rates reached approximately
300 degrees per second_ the crew completely deactivated the Orbital
Attitude and Maneuver System and activated both rings of the Reentry
Control System in the direct-direct mode. After ascertaining that
spacecraft rates could be reduced using the Reentry Control System, one
ring of the system was turned off to save fuel for reentry and the
spacecraft rates were reduced to zero using the other ring. The crew
continued the malfunction analysis and isolated the problem area to the
no. 8 thruster (yaw left-roll left) in the Orbital Attitude and Maneuver
System. The circuitry to this thruster had failed to an "on" condition.

The performance of the spacecraft was very satisfactory, except


for the yaw-left thruster malfunction. Because this malfunction re-
sulted in a necessity to activate the Reentry Control System_ a decision
was reached to terminate the flight during the seventh revolution and
land in secondary recovery area no. 3 in the western Pacific Ocean.

The retrofire sequence was initiated exactly on time at 10:04:47


ground elapsed time. Spacecraft reentry and landing were nominal and
the landing point achieved was less than 7 nautical miles from that
planned. The crew of one of the search airplanes sighted the spacecraft
descending on the main parachute. Recovery was accomplished very effi-
ciently and the crew and spacecraft were onboard the recovery ship,
U.S.S. Leonard Mason, approximately 3 hours ii minutes after landing.

After the end of the manned phase of the mission_ a flight plan was
developed to exercise the Gemini Agena Target Vehicle. Eleven maneuvers
using the two propulsion systems were conducted during the remainder of
the mission (includes nine Secondary Propulsion System firings associ-
ated w{th the nine Primary Propulsion System firings). The Gemini Agena
Target Vehicle and its systems operated satisfactorily during the en-
tire mission except for the flight control system_ which exhibited a
yaw error accompanied by a slight pitch error during all Primary Pro-
pulsion System maneuvers. The yaw error was caused by an offset center-
of-gravity of the Gemini Ageua Target Vehicle in combination with the
long time constant of the control system in response to attitude errors.
This slow response was due to modifications to the standard Agena D
control system which were necessary to provide dynamic stability of the
docked combination during maneuvers with the Primary Propulsion System.

Flight control personnel were able to condensate in the final


maneuvers for the yaw error and placed the Gemini Agena Target Vehicle
in an orbit having a 222-nautical-mile apogee and a 220-nautical-mile
perigee_ or within 2 miles of the desired circular orbit.

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The target-vehicle orbital altitude will gradually decrease and
this vehicle can be used for an alternate rendezvous as a passive target
during later missions.

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2.0 INTRODUCTION

A description of the Gemini VIII mission, as well as a discussion


of the evaluation of the mission results, is contained in this report.
The evaluation covers the time from the start of the simultaneous
countdown of the Gemini Atlas-Agena Target Vehicle and the Gemini
Space Vehicle to the date of publication of the report.

Detailed discussions are found in the major sections related to


each principal area of effort. Some redundancy may be found in various
sections where it is required for a logical presentation of the subject
matter.

Data were reduced only in areas of importance from telemetry, on-


board records, and ground-based radar tracking. In evaluating the
performance of the Atlas Standard launch Vehicle and Gemini Launch
Vehicle, all available data were processed. The evaluation of all
vehicles involved in the mission consisted of analyzing the flight
results and comparing them with the results from ground tests and from
previous missions.

Section 6.1, FLIGHT CONTROL, is based on observations and evalua-


tions made in real time_ and, therefore, may not coincide with the re-
sults obtained from the detailed postflight analysis.

Brief descriptions of the ten experiments flown on this mission


are presented in section 8.0, and preliminary results and conclusions
on the two experiments performed are included.

The mission objectives, as set forth in the Mission Directive,


formed the basis for evaluation of the flight and were of paramount
consideration during preparation of this report. The primary objec-
tives of the Gemini VIII mission were as follows:

(a) Perform rendezvous and docking with the Gemini Agena Target
Vehicle.

(b) Conduct extravehicular activities.

The secondary objectives of the Gemini VIII mission were as


follows:

(a) Perform rendezvous and docking with the Gemini Agena Target
Vehicle during the fourth revolution.

(b) Perform docked-vehicle maneuvers using the Gemini Agena Target


Vehicle Secondary Propulsion System.

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(c) Conduct systems evaluation.

(d) Conduct ten experiments.

(e) Conduct docking practice.

(f) Perform a re-rendezvous.

(g) Evaluate the Auxiliary Tape Memory Unit.

(h) Demonstrate a controlled reentry.

(i) Park the Gemini Agena Target Vehicle in a 220-nautical-mile


circular orbit.

At the time of publication of this report, more detailed analyses


of data on the performance of the launch vehicles, Gemini Agena Target
Vehicle, and the Radio Guidance System were continuing. Analyses of
the spacecraft and the Inertial Guidance System were also continuing.
Supplemental reports, listed in section 12.4, will be issued to pro-
vide documented results of these analyses.

The results of previous Gemini missions are reported in refer-


ences i through 8.

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3.0 VEHICLE DESCRIPTION

The space vehicle for the Gemini VIII mission consisted of Space-
craft 8 and Gemini Launch Vehicle (GLV) 8. The Gemini Atlas-Agena
Target Vehicle (GAATV) consisted of Gemini Agena Target Vehicle (GATV)
5003 and Target Launch Vehicle (TLV) 5302.

The general arrangement and major reference coordinates of the


Gemini Space Vehicle are shown in figure 3.0-i. Section 3.1 of this
report describes the spacecraft configuration, section 3.2 describes
the GLV configuration, and section 3.3 provides the space-vehicle weight
and balance data.

The general arrangement and major reference coordinates of the


GAATV are shown in figure 3.0-2. Section 3.4 describes the GATV con-
figuration, including the Target Docking Adapter (TDA), section 3.5
describes the TLV configuration, and section 3.6 provides the weight
and balance data of the GAATV.

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to pageat vehicle centerline
(sign indicated is toward viewer)

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XLV, XS/C,
ZLV, YS/C

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XLV, YLV, ZLV- launch vehicle
roll, pitch, yawbodyaxes, respectively
XS/C, YS/C, ZS/C - spacecraft
roll, yaw, pitch axes, respectively
YLV Xp, YD' ZD - IGSplatform inertial
coo'rdin'atesreferencedto launch stand
Guidancecoordinates X, Y, Z - IGScomputer
computationalcoordinates

(b) Dimensionalaxesand guidancecoordinates.


Figure 3.0-1. -Concluded.

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Sta 90.33

Sta 183.83
Target
docking Sta207.33
Sta229.50
adapter Sta247.00
Gemini Agena
TargetVehicle GAW
435. in. stations

Sta384.00

Sta495.02
Sta526.00
Sta502.00

1244.2 in.

TargetLaunch
Vehicle - Sta 960.0 TLV
808.5 in. stations

Sta 1133.0

' i Sta 1310.0 ..

(a) Launch configuration.

Figure 3.0-2. - TLV- GATVrelationships.

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NASA-S-65-11,278A Gemln[spacecraft
" Z stat,on
" 253.50 (spacecraft and.__ -Z I _,""_ _ J" "_ J'_-X
TDA rigidized),TDA station 0.030, GATV station _ +y .-I. ¢. / X )_"
Note:
i. The coordinateaxesfortheTDA
229.50(TOA-GATVinterfacep,ane)
_
Geminispacecraft I _ /
Z station 229.705_ [
are the same as that shown for (spacecraft and TDA rigidized), TDA _ . I/ _ I / \ I /
the Gemini spacecraft in the station 23.765, GATV station 205.705 _ _ _'-*_k'.
_ I .,_
rigidizedco,,figurat,o,,(TOAjaseent
shroud
,rterfacep,ane) _..f< I J I_ J
2. Positive sense of axes and angles ,_- _'\

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Z station 13.44 TY (+Y) +X _ -- --_ TDA

_ _x_ I- G_TV
(_ - Pitch angle
C
¢_- Yaw angle

@ - Roll angle >

__ / y'_ Gemini spacecraft 1. Spacecraft-TDA contractor design and weights group coordinate system C___
+Y up in direction of crew's head(yaw axis) "11

+X in direction of crew's right arab(pitch axis)


'_ _Z._ip_ BY (-Y) R_(+X) c_'@
2. +Z forward incontractor
Spacecraft-TDA direction crew is facing
guidance (roll axis)
and control mechanics and aero- _m--
dynamics groupscoordinate system
-Z up in direction of crew's head (yaw axis)
GATV quandrantdesignations Gemini spacecraft-TDA quandran[ (_,,@_ +X forward in direction crew is facing (roll axis)
(looking toward spacecraft) designations (looking toward GATV)
0o e" _, +Y in direction of crew's right arm (pitch axis)
-Z TY 3. GATV contractor coordinate system

270 ° 90 ° 90 ° C._e +X forward in direction of the longitudinal axis (roll axis)


_ I -Z +Y
_"_- up in direction
right of the ofvertical
in direction axis axis
the lateral (yaw(pitch
axis) axis)

-Y \ml_/+Y
",.,.J../
-C'x
180 ° BY
+Z
(b) Dimensional axes and guidance coordinates, GATV-TDA.
Figure 3. 0-2. - Continued. ,,jl
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1 1 - positive Z axis for aerodynamic coefficients (C n)

1 - negative Z axis for dynamic analysis


Negative yaw for autopilot, guidance, and dynamic analysis
1 - negative yaw (Y) axis for autopilot and guidance

2 - positive Y axis for aerodynamic coefficients (Cy)


1-- positive Y axis for weight summaries
_.._ 2 2 - positive X axis for weight summaries
/.-_ / ] J 2 - positive Y axis for dynamic analysis
/ _ _ 2 - positive pitch (X) axis for autopilot and guidance
/ N_,_ -_ Negative pitch for autopilot, guidance, and dynamic

3 - positive Z axis for weight summaries

j 3 - negative X axis for dynamic analysis

(_ Positive roll for autopilot, guidance, and dynamic


analysis
i-.d 3 - positive X axis for aerodynamic coefficients (Ca)
o 3 - negative roll (Z) axis for autopilot and guidance

Vehicle shown in flight attitude

(c) Dimensional axes and guidances coordinates, TLV.

Figure 3.0-2. - Concluded.

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3. i GEMINI SPACECRAFT

The structure and major systems of Spacecraft 8 (fig. 3.1-1) were


of the same general configuration as the previous Gemini spacecraft.
Reference 2 provides a detailed description of the basic spacecraft
(Spacecraft 2) and references 3 through 8 describe the modifications
incorporated into the subsequent spacecraft. Except for the Fuel-Cell
Power System and the extravehicular equipment_ Spacecraft 8 most closely
resembled Spacecraft 6 (ref. 7), and only the significant differences
(table 3.1-1) between those two spacecraft are inc!u_ed in this report.
Equipment associated with the Fuel Cell Power System wil! be compared
to the Spacecraft 7 system (ref. 8), and the extravehicular equipment
will be compared to Spacecraft 4 equipment (ref. 4). A detailed des-
cription of Spacecraft 8 is contained in reference 9.

5. i.I Spacecraft Structure

The primary load-bearing structure of Spacecraft 8 was essentially


the same as that of Spacecraft 6. However, some changes were incor-
porated to facilitate the planned extravehicular activity (EVA) (see
section 3.1.2.12).

3.1.2 Major Systems

3.1.2.1 Con_annications System.- The follo_ng changes were re-


quired to the Co_aunications System because of the planned EVA. At
lift-off, the voice tape recorder was mounted as normal, adjacent to
the pilot's right elbow_ however_ it was pla_med that during prepara-
tion for the EVA, the recorder would be relocated by the flight crew so
that it was accessible to the command pilot for changing the voice tape
cartridges. The recorder would have been secured with Velcro tape to
the Velcro on the cabin wall. The recorder circuits were modified to
permit received_ as well as transmitted, voice communications to be
recorded. A UHF voice transceiver was included in the Extravehicular
Support Package (section 3.1.2.12) for communication between the extra-
vehicular pilot and the command pilot. This transceiver was of the
same configuration as the one to be used in the Astronaut Maneuvering
Unit (AMU) during later EVA missions.

3.1.2.2 Instrumentation and Recording System.- The Instrumentation


and Recording System was basically the same as the one used on Space-
craft 6. However, four additional accelerometers were installed to
provide data for determining the stability of the docked Spacecraft-
GATV combination during the GATV Secondary Propulsion System (SPS) firing.

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3.1.2.3 Environmental Control System- The following changes were
incorporated into the Environmental Control System (ECS).

3.1.2.3.1 Cabin heat exchanger: The cabin heat exchanger and


its associated fan and components were not installed.

3.1.2.3.3 Egress oxygen system: The complete egress oxygen


system was deleted.

3.1.2.3.3 Cabin repressurization control: A locking device was


added to the cabin-repressurization control-valve handle to prevent
inadvertent opening.

3. i. 2.3.4 Cabin vent-valve redundant seal stopper: A manually


operated redundant seal stopper installed over the inlet of the cabin
vent valve was similar to that used on Spacecraft 7, except that it
could be reseated. This seal stopper provided a backup seal for the
cabin pressurization in case of an inadvertent opening of the cabin
vent valve.

5.1.2.3.5 Water storage tanks: Because of the use of the Fuel


Cell Power System, the water storage tanks were similar in f_unction to
those installed in Spacecraft 7. However_ the 5-day mission required
only two tanks (fig. 3.1-2), each having a capacity of 42 pounds of
water. Each tank was constructed of two aluminum half-spherical shells
separated by a titanium ring. Two diaphragms were installed in each
tank, one at each mating surface of the titanium ring with the aluminum
shell. In tank A, 19 psia of gaseous nitrogen, and in tank B, 36 pounds
of drinking water, were stored in the aluminum shells prior to launch.
The purpose of the titanium ring was to preclude the destructive re-
action between the aluminum shells and the acidic water from the fuel-
cell sections.

In flight_ the fuel-cell product water was transferred into both


storage tanks, between the diaphragms_ causing the diaphragms to expand
and pressurize the drinking-water system. As the quantity of fuel-cell
product water increased in proportion to the amount of water consumed
by the flight crew, a dual pressure regulator permitted the gas in
tank A to vent overboard. Thus_ the water system remained pressurized
at approximate!y20 psia.

3.1.2.3.6 Crossfeed valve: A crossfeed valve was installed to


interconnect the ECS breathing-oxygen system and the fuel-cell Reactant-
Supply-System (RSS) oxygen. This arrangement was similar to that used
for Spacecraft 7.

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3.1.2.3.7 Coolant pumps: Two coolant pumps_ an A-pump and a
B-pump_ were installed in each coolant loop. This arrangement was
similar to the Spacecraft 7 system_ however, Spacecraft 6 had only a
single A-pump in each coolant loop.

3.1.2.4 Guidance and Control System.- %_e following changes were


incorporated into the Guidance and Control System.

3.1.2.4.1 Auxiliary Tape Memory Unit: The Auxiliary Tape Memory


Unit (ATMU) (fig. 3.1-3) was installed in the spacecraft adapter assem-
bly. The ATMU increases the program-storage capability of the onboard
digital computer by providing a means of reloading portions of the com-
puter memory with various operational modes such as ascent, catchup,
rendezvous, touchdow_ predict, and reentry. A mode selector switch
(see section 3.1.2.9) enables the flight crew to select the desired
ATMU operational mode. The modes available are as follows:

(a) Standby - Power is applied to the ATMUwhich remains in a


non-operating status_

(b) Automatic - The flight crew can insert instructions in the


Manual Data Insertion Unit (MDIU) and the computer will automatically
command the ATMUto wind, rewind_ program_ or verify portions of the
computer memory. The Incremental Velocity l_icator (IVI) displays the
tape position and program on the X-channel and Y-channel, respectively.

(c) Wind - The ATMU_!lwind the tape and stop automatically at


the end of the tape.

(d) Rewind - The ATMU _ili rewind the tape and stop automatically
at the beginning of the tape.

(e) Program- Programs are read from magnetic tape and stored in
the computer memory. The tape position and the program number being
transferred are displayed by the IVI.

3.1.2.4.2 Operational program: The computer operational program


deleted the ascent-abort reentry mode and added the touchdown-predict
mode. The touchdown-predict mode could calculate the trajectory data
and predict the touchdown point for a landing at any time between lift-
off and planned end-of-mission. At launch, t_he spacecraft computer
memory contained only the portions of the operational program that were
applicable between lift-off and the end of the rendezvous phase. After
the rendezvous phase, the ascent, catchup, and rendezvous modes were
erased from the computer memory by the ATMUand replaced by the reentry
and touchdown modes. The ATMU could load, verify, or reload any of these
five modes (see section 3.1.2.4.1).

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5.1.2. D Time Reference System.- Except for the interface with the
ATMU (see section 3.1.2.4)_ the Time Reference System was the same as
the
one
used
onSpaeecraft
6 The
time
ofequipment
reset address \ !
command was used to provide the ATMU with a verify or a reprogram com-
mandj and when the computer-write mode was used, computer-clock and
computer-write data signals were used to transfer data to the ATMU.

3.1.2.6 Electrical System.- The Electrical System (fig. 3.1-4)


included a Fuel Cell Power System that was the same as the Spacecraft 7
system_ except that the hydrogen regenerative cooling line and the
insulation on the hydrogen supply tank were not incorporated. In addi-
tion to the pressure differential data provided by the switches and
warning lights on the crew-station instrument panel_ an analog readout
of these pressures was also provided to the flight crew and_ by teleme-
try_ to the ground stations.

3.1.2.7 Propulsion System.- The Orbital Attitude and Maneuver


System (0AMS) is sho_n in figure 3.1-D. The Reentry Control System
(RCS) is shown in figure 3.1-6. The following changes were incorporated
into the Propulsion System.

3.1.2.7.1 Oxidizer valve heaters: In the 0AMS, each of the


16 oxidizer solenoid valves was provided with a thermostatically con-
trolled redundant !. 25-watt heater.

3. i. 2.7.2 OAMS reserve fuel tank: A reserve fuel tank was added
to the 0AMS to provide a contingency quantity of fuel because of poten-
tial gaging system inaccuracies in the primary fuel system. The reserve
tank was of the same configuration as the RCS fuel tank and was mounted
on the adapter-assembly internal structure. An F-package was also pro-
vided to isolate pressure from the reserve tank until after depletion
of the fuel supply in the primary tank. The operation of the reserve
tank and F-package was the same as for Spacecraft 7 (ref. 8).

3.!.2.8 Pyrotechnic System.- F_cept for the pyrotechnic devices


associated with the EVA equipment and _th experiments, the Pyrotechnic
System was similar to the one used on Spacecraft 6. The pyrotechnic
devices required for the planned EVA included three guillotines for
severing the cable which retained the handholds and foot supports in
the adapter section and for severing the attachment bolt that secured
the Extravehicular Support Package (ESP) (see section 3.1.2.12). Also,
four cable-cutter guillotines were installed for releasing equipment
planned for use with experiments D-!4, D-I_, D-16_ and S- 9 (see
section 8.0).

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3.1.2.9 Crew-station furnishings and equipment.- The following
changes were incorporated into the crew-station furnishings and equip-
ment.

3.1.2.9.1 Controls and displays: In addition to the following


changes, the crew-station controls and displays (fig. 3.!-7) also
included minor changes in the nomenclature of indicators and switch
positions.

(a) A panel was installed to monitor and control the ATMU and
contained an 0N-RESET-0FF switch, a mode selector switch, a running
light_ and an error light.

(b) In addition to switches for controlling the GATV, the Agena


control panel also contained switches and circuit breakers for supply-
ing power for the EVA lights and pyrotechnics and for the planned
experiments S-9, D-14_ and D-I>. (See section 8.0.)

(c) The fuel-cell power monitor was similar to the one used for
Spacecraft 7. The two fuel-cell differential-pressurewarning lights
incorporated into the annunciator panel monitored and warned of exces-
sive differential pressures between the two fuel-cell reactants and
between the reactants and the product _rater. The main-bus ammeter in-
stalled on Spacecraft 6 _as removed from Spacecraft 7 and 8 to provide
space for the fuel-cell monitor and control panel. T_o of the six
sm_aeters previously used to monitor the fuel-cell stack currents were
changed to monitor the two nmin-bus currents. The ac voltmeter moni-
tored the 26 V-ac, 400-cps system.

(d) A switch was provided for the 0AMS reserve fuel tank.

(e) Two control switches were installed for starting and stopping
the TDA rigidizing sequence and for initiating the docking and unrigid-
izing sequences (see section 3.4.12). These switches were for use by
the flight crew if the automatic sequencing circuits had failed.

(f) A light was added to the digital clock to provide increased


lighting for the elapsed-time display. AnON-0FF switch and dimming
control was installed adjacent to the clock.

(g) Displays and controls were installed for experiments S-9,


I)-14, and D-15 (see section 8.0).

3.1.2.9.2 Miscellaneous equipment changes: The ejection-seat


system was modified to reduce the height of the egress kit, and this
change_ combined with the removal of the egress oxygen system (sec-
tion 3.1.2.3), required minor changes in the method of egress-kit
ejection.

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3.1.2.9.3 Stowage facilities: The stowage containers are shown
in figure 3.1-8, Table 3.1-II lists the major items of equipment,
including cameras, stowed in the containers at launch.

3.1.2.10 Landing Systenu- There were no significant changes to


the Landing Systenu

3.1.2. i! Postlanding and Recovery Systems.- There were no signi-


ficant changes in the Postlanding and Recovery Systems.

3.1.2.12 Extravehicular activity equipment.- The following modi-


fications were incorporated in the spacecraft and the G4C space suits
to permit EVA. In addition, the Extravehicular Life Support System
(ELSS) and the ESP were provided to equip the pilot for the planned
extravehicular operation.

3.1.2.12.1 Spacecraft modification for extravehicular activity:


An external handrail assembly (fig. 3.1-9) was added to the exterior
surface of the spacecraft adapter assembly behind the right hatch. The
handrail, composed of two units_ was stowed flush on the surface of the
adapter during launch. The aft handrail was automatically extended to
the EVA position after the spacecraft was separated from the launch
vehicle. The forward handrail was to be extended by pilot actuation of
a latching device. To augunent the handrail, Ve!cro hook patches
(fig. 3.1-9) were also added to serve as handholds on the external sur-
face of the spacecraft. The patches were spaced at 1-foot intervals in
the following locations:

(a) From the right hatch to the vicinity of the docking bar

(b) Circumferentially around the spacecraft at the fo_¢ard and


aft ends of the adapter assembly

(c) From the left hatch to the aft end of the adapter assembly
and in a line parallel to the EVA handrail

Handholds and foot supports (fig. 3.1-i0) were added inside the
spacecraft adapter assembly to enable the pilot to don the ESP during
the planned EVA. Because of load considerations and GLV dome clearance
at launch-vehicle separation, a cable retention system was incorporated
to retain the handholds and foot supports. The adapter-equipment-
section thermal curtain was redesigned to accommodate the ESP, the hand-
holds, and the foot supports. Floodlighting _as provided in the adapter
equipment section and a light was added to the forward end of the
adapter assembly and was pointed aft to illuminate the adapter surface
and handrail for night-side EVA. A mount was provided on the adapter
assembly just behind the right hatch to support a 16-mm movie camera

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which was to provide external photographic coverage of the EVA. A
ring (fig. 3.1-9) was installed on the forward surface of the Rendez-
vous and Recovery Section to provide an attaching point for the EVA
tether when the spacecraft w_s not docked.

A hatch holding device was added to both hatches. This was a


tooth and ratchet system with the tooth mounted on the center torque
box of the cabin and the ratchet attached to the hatch. To provide EVA
capability through either hatch, a hatch closing device and attaching
eyebolts were added to the left hatch and were the same as the existing
installation on the right hatch. Hatch rigging procedures were changed
to insure compatibility with the hatch holding device.

3.1.2.12.2 Space suits: The G4C Gemini space suits were basically
the same as the extravehicular space suit used in the Gemini IV flight.
Two configurations of the basic suit were used. The intravehicular
suit worn by the co_aand pilot utilized the basic C_C pressure-garment
assembly _th a single-layer, lightweight cover layer. The extra-
vehicular suit worn by the pilot utilized the basic G4C pressure-garment
and helmet assemblies with the following modifications:

(a) A revised material lay-up in the cover layer provided micro-


meteoroid protection _th increased mobility by reduction in bulk.

(b) Pressure gloves with integral micrometeoroid and thermal pro-


tection were provided in lieu of the wear-over, two-glove concept used
for EVA during the Gemini IV mission.

(c) An extravehicular visor assembly, consisting of an outer visor


for protection from the sun and an inner visor for thermal protection
and structural strength_ was added to the pilot's helmet.

3.1.2.12.3 Extravehicular Life Support System: The ELSS shown in


figure 3.1-11 was designed as a semi-open-loop system utilizing exter-
nally supplied oxygen for ventilation and for removal of carbon dioxide.
For operation with spacecraft oxygen_ the gas was to be delivered to the
ELSS through an umbilical which would also supply electrical power,
communications, and telemetry, and act as a structural restraint.
Approximate!y two-thirds of the effluent suit-ventilating stream vas to
be recirculated and the remainder was to be vented overboard by means
of a valve which controlled the suit-loop pressure to approximately
3.7 psia. The recirculated gas would have passed through a heat ex-
changer for removal of excess moisture from the gas and use of the con-
densed moisture as a heat sink. Electrical heaters were incorporated
on the primary-oxygen inlet line and on the ejector to maintain the
oxygen temperature within desired limits.

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A suit pressure regulator would have withdrawn oxygen from the
umbilical, the ESP_ or the self-contained chest-pack emergency supply
when the suit pressure fell below 3.3 psi. If the primary oxygen from
the spacecraft had been interrupted for any reason_ a 33-minute emer-
gency oxygen supply, contained within the ELSS chest pack, would have
automatically maintained ventilation and pressurization of the extra_
vehicular pilot. If the heat exchanger had failed, actuation of a
manual bypass valve would have allowed additional dry oxygen to be
supplied downstream of theheat exchanger through the ejector secondary
duct into the suit. The ELSS display panel contained the malfunction-
detection warning lights and tone devices_ and a pressure gage for the
emergency oxygen supply. Power for the oxygen heaters_ pressure trans-
ducers, displays, and warning system was provided through the 25-foot
umbilical when it was connected_ or by a 24-volt silver-zinc battery
installed in the ELSS_ when on the 75-foot tether.

3.1.2.12.4 Extravehicular Support Package: The ESP (fig. 3.1-11)


was designed to provide the life-support oxygen and the compressed gas
for the Hand-Held Maneuvering Unit (HHMU) to enable the extravehicular
pilot to maneuver independent of the spacecraft supplies. While opera-
ting from the ESP, the only tie to the spacecraft was to have been the
75-foot umbilical which included hardline comnunications, biomedical
instrumentation wiring, and a mechanical tether having a tensile
strength of i000 pounds. The ESP also included a UHF voice transceiver
for backup communications. The oxygen for life support and the Freon-14
for propulsion were stored at _000 psi in a gaseous state in two pres-
sure vessels similar to the ECS secondary-oxygen pressure vessels except
that a heater was provided on the ESP outlet line to raise thetempera-
ture of the oxygen from the supply tank. With a nolmina! usage rate of
5.1 lb/hr, the ESP was capable of providing 80 minutes of support. The
ESP had a self-contained battery to power the oxygen heater, to energize
the oxygen and Freon-14 pressure transducers, and to power the UHF voice
transceiver.

3.1.2.12._ Hand-Held Maneuvering Unit: The HHMUwas of the same


general design as that used during the Gemini IV mission and would have
provided a thrust of approximately 2 pounds over a 200-second time span.
The major change was the use of Freon-!4 instead of oxygen as the pro-
pellant. The Freon-14 _s to be supplied by the ESP_ consequently_ the
oxygen supply bottles mounted on the _4U for the Gemini IV mission
were not installed for this mission. Also, the bracket for mounting
the EVA camera was not installed on the H_MU.

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TABLE 3. i-I.- SPACECRAFT 8 MODI_FICATIONS

Significant differences between the Spacecraft $


System and Spacecraft 6 configurations

Structure EVA provisions incorporated.

Cormmunicatiens No significant difference.

Instrumentation and Onboard tape recorder was removable and could record re-
Recording System ceived as well as transmitted voice communications.

_vironmental (a) Cabin heat exchanger and fan removed.

Control System (b) Egress oxygen system deleted.

(c) Stopper installed over inlet of cabin vent valve.

(d) _¢o 42-pound-capacity tanks installed for storing


drinking water and fuel-cell product water.

(e) Valve installed for crossfeed between fuel-cell oxygen


supply and ECS breathing-oxygen supply.

(f) Two coolant pumps installed in each coolant loop.

Guidance and Control (a) Auxiliary Tape Memory Unit installed.

(b) Operational program loaded into computer prior to


launch changed because of ATITC storage capability.

Time Reference Interface provided bet_¢een ATMUand Tx address command,

computer-elock_ and computer-write data signals.

Electrical (a) Fuel Cell Power System used instead of adapter battery
module and was same as Spacecraft 7 Fue_ Cell Power
System except hydrogen regenerative cooling line and
insulation on [email protected] supply tank were not
incorporated.
(b) Analog readout provided for differential pressures of
fuel-cell reactants and water.

Propulsion (a) Redundant heaters added to oxidizer solenoid valves.

(b) Reserve-fuel-tank system installed for OA_.

Pyrotechnics Seven guillotines installed for releasing EVA and experi-


ment equipment.

Crew-station furnish- (a) AT_ monitor and control panel installed.

ings and equipment (b) Agena control panel modified so that it could supply
power for EVA lights and pyrotechnic devices and for
experiments S-9, D-14, and D-15.

(c) Fuel Cell Forcer System monitors and controls installed

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TABLE 3.1-1.- SPAC_ 8 MODIFICATIONS - Concluded

System Significant differences between the Spacecraft 8


and Spacecraft 6 configurations

Crew-station furnish- (d) Main-bus ammeters deleted to provide space for fuel-
ings and equipment cell monitor and control panel. Circuits changed to
(Continued) permit monitoring of main-bus currents on fuel-cell
stack ammeters.

(e) Switch added for 0AMS reserve fuel tank.

(f) Two switches installed for pilot control of TDA dock-


ing, rigidizing_ and unrigidizing sequences.

(g) Displays and controls installed for experiments S-9,


D-14, and D-15.
(h) Ejection-seat system modified to reduce height of
egress kit.

(i) Light and dimming controls added to illuminate the


elapsed-time digital-clock display.

Landing No significant change.

Postlanding and No significant change.


Recovery

EVA equipment (a) Handrails and Velcro patches added to exterior surface
(compared with of spacecraft.
Gemini IV EVA
equipment) (b) Handholds and foot supports added to spacecraft
adapter equipment section.

(c) Adapter-equipment-section thermal curtain redesigned


to accommodate _VA equipment.

(d) Lights added to adapter assembly for night-side EVA.

(e) Mount for 16-mm movie camera installed on adapter


assembly.

(f) Ring installed on forward surface of R and R section


for attaching EVA tether.

(g) Hatches modified to incorporate holding devices.

(h) ELSS provided and stowed in crew-station area.

(i) ESP provided and stowed in adapter assembly.

(j) Self-contained oxygen propellant tanks and camera


bracket were not installed on HNMUas they had been
on the Gemini IV HNMU.

(k) G4C space suits worn by both crew members and the
pilot wore a modified cover layer_ modified pressure
gloves for thermal protection, and modified EVA visor
assembly.

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TABLE 3.1-11.- CREW-STATION STOWAGE LIST

Stowage area
(See fig. 3.1-8) Item Quantity

Centerline stowage 70-mm camera i


container
16-mm camera 2

18-mm lens, 16-mm camera i

75-mm lens, 16-mm camera i

5-mm lens, L6-mm camera i

16-_n film magazine ii

Ring view finder i

70-mm camera i

70-mm film magazine 4

Cloud-top spectrometer, Experiment S-7 i

Mirror mounting bracket i

beft sidewall Spotmeter and exposure dial i


containers
Postlanding kit assembly i

Personal hygiene towel 2

Tissue dispenser i

Food, two-man meal 2

Pilot's preference kit i

Urine receiver i

Urine hose and filter i

Clamp for urine collection device 2

Plastic zipper bag 4

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TABLE 3.1-11.- CREW-STATION STOWAGE LIST - Continued

Stowage area
(See fig. 3.1-8) Item Quantity

Left aft stowage Components for EVA consisting of i set


container
Standup electrical cable i

Umbilical assembly i

Jumper cable 2
Electrical cable extension i

Dual connector 2

Standup tether i
ELSS restraint assembly 2

ELSS hose, short i


ELSS hose_ long i

Penlight 2

6-inch adjustable wrench i


EVA rear-view mirror i

EVA hand pad 2


Knee tether i

Left pedestal Waste container i


pouch
Defecation device i

Velcro tape_ i by 12 in. 4

Velcro pile, 12 in. i

Left footwell Helmet stowage bag i

Window shade, reflective i

Right sidewall Personal hygiene towel 2


containers
Voice tape cartridge 8

Food_ two-man meal i

UNCLASSIFIED
UNCLASSIFIED 3-19
TABLE 3.1-11.- CR_q-STAT!ON STOWA(E LIST - Continued

Stowage area
(See fig. 3.1-8) Item Quantity

Right sidewall Debris cutter i


container -
concluded Pilot's preference kit i

Penlight 2

EVA mirror and wrist band i

Sunshade i

Urine sample bag_ Experiment M-5 16

Latex roll-on cuff (urine system) 6

Covering for Plight Director Attitude i


Indicator

Plastic zipper bag 4

Medical accessory kit i

Right aft stowage 16-_n camera (with adapter, 3 film i


container magazines, and EVA remote control
cable)

70-mm film magazine i

70-mm camera, super-wide angle i

Manual inflator, blood pressure i

Waste container 2

Tissue dispenser i

Defecation device 4

Voice tape cartridge 5

Food_ two-man meal 6

UNCLASSIFIED
3-2o UNCLASSIFIED
TABLE 3.1-1Z.- CREW-STATION STOWAGE LIST - Continued

Stowage area
(See fig. 3.1-8) Item Quantity

Right aft stowage Velcro tape, i by 12 in. i


container -
concluded Circuit breaker and light assembly, 2
16-mm camera

Urine sample bag, Experiment M-5 8

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