A flaw in trytond has been discovered:
The CVE-2016-1241 allows an authenticated user to read the hashed password of other users. The exploitation is not easy thanks to the existing protection of Tryton against such leak. Those protections are usage of strong hash method (bcrypt or sha1) and the salt of the password with random data (protection against rainbow tables).
Created tryton tracking bugs for this issue:
Affects: fedora-all [bug 1374221]
Affects: epel-all [bug 1374222]
python-proteus-4.0.2-1.fc25, tryton-4.0.4-1.fc25, trytond-4.0.4-1.fc25, trytond-account-4.0.3-1.fc25, trytond-account-invoice-4.0.2-1.fc25, trytond-account-product-4.0.2-1.fc25, trytond-account-statement-4.0.2-1.fc25, trytond-company-4.0.3-1.fc25, trytond-google-maps-4.0.2-1.fc25, trytond-party-4.0.2-1.fc25, trytond-purchase-4.0.3-1.fc25, trytond-sale-4.0.3-1.fc25, trytond-stock-4.0.3-1.fc25 has been pushed to the Fedora 25 stable repository. If problems still persist, please make note of it in this bug report.
This CVE Bugzilla entry is for community support informational purposes only as it does not affect a package in a commercially supported Red Hat product. Refer to the dependent bugs for status of those individual community products.