get_gate_page in mm/gup.c in the Linux kernel 5.7.x and 5.8.x before 5.8.7 allows privilege escalation because of incorrect reference counting (caused by gate page mishandling) of the struct page that backs the vsyscall page. The result is a refcount underflow. This can be triggered by any 64-bit process that can use ptrace() or process_vm_readv(), aka CID-9fa2dd946743.
The Linux kernel 4.9.x before 4.9.233, 4.14.x before 4.14.194, and 4.19.x before 4.19.140 has a use-after-free because skcd->no_refcnt was not considered during a backport of a CVE-2020-14356 patch.
In function cmm_timeout_hander in file arch/s390/mm/cmm.c, there is a logic error which set null byte too far away from user input which means user input won't be null terminated. And then, kernel stack data will be concatenated with user input and be processed. By querying the result, attacker is able to see the kernel data. This is linux kernel stack information leak on s390/s390x (and it is actual both for s390, ppc64 and ppc64le platforms).
A stack write overflow in WhatsApp for Android prior to v2.20.35, WhatsApp Business for Android prior to v2.20.20, WhatsApp for iPhone prior to v2.20.30, and WhatsApp Business for iPhone prior to v2.20.30 could have allowed arbitrary code execution when playing a specially crafted push to talk message.
A user controlled parameter used in video call in WhatsApp for Android prior to v2.20.17, WhatsApp Business for Android prior to v2.20.7, WhatsApp for iPhone prior to v2.20.20, and WhatsApp Business for iPhone prior to v2.20.20 could have allowed an out-of-bounds write on 32-bit devices.
A URL validation issue in WhatsApp for Android prior to v2.20.11 and WhatsApp Business for Android prior to v2.20.2 could have caused the recipient of a sticker message containing deliberately malformed data to load an image from a sender-controlled URL without user interaction.
A security feature bypass issue in WhatsApp Desktop versions prior to v0.3.4932 could have allowed for sandbox escape in Electron and escalation of privilege if combined with a remote code execution vulnerability inside the sandboxed renderer process.
A buffer overflow in WhatsApp for Android prior to v2.20.11 and WhatsApp Business for Android prior to v2.20.2 could have allowed an out-of-bounds write via a specially crafted video stream after receiving and answering a malicious video call.