A Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the Forum module in Drupal 6.x (proir to version 6.13) allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web scripts or HTML by requesting a specially crafted tid.
The vulnerability is present only if the Forum module is activated, this is not the default configuration but the module is shipped by default with Drupal.
A Cross-Site scripting vulnerability has been reported in Jetty. This vulnerability can be induced whenever Jetty displays a web directory listing. Client-side script code can be included in the HTTP response by appending it next to directory listing's path, preceded by a ';' character.
Input passed to the "dom" parameter in left.cgi and via the URL to virtual-server/link.cgi is not properly sanitized before being returned to the user. This can be exploited to execute arbitrary HTML and script code in a user's browser session in context of an affected site.
XAMPP suffers from multiple XSS issues in several scripts that use the 'PHP_SELF' variable. The vulnerabilities can be triggered in the 'xamppsecurity.php', 'cds.php' and 'perlinfo.pl' because there isn't any filtering to the mentioned variable in the affected scripts. Attackers can exploit these weaknesses to execute arbitrary HTML and script code in a user's browser session.
The session list screen (provided by sessionList.jsp) in affected versions uses the orderBy and sort request parameters without applying filtering and therefore is vulnerable to a cross-site scripting attack. Users should be aware that Tomcat 6 does not use httpOnly for session cookies by default so this vulnerability could expose session cookies from the manager application to an attacker.