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Apr 10 2001   (SuSE Linux Fix Available) Re: The Network Time Protocol Daemon (ntpd) Allows Remote Users to Execute Arbitrary Code on the Server - Typically to Gain Root Privileges on the Server
Apr 9 2001   (Trustix Releases Fix) Re: The Network Time Protocol Daemon (ntpd) Allows Remote Users to Execute Arbitrary Code on the Server - Typically to Gain Root Privileges on the Server
Apr 9 2001   (Slackware Releases Fix) Re: The Network Time Protocol Daemon (ntpd) Allows Remote Users to Execute Arbitrary Code on the Server - Typically to Gain Root Privileges on the Server
Apr 9 2001   (HP Releases Fix) Re: The Network Time Protocol Daemon (ntpd) Allows Remote Users to Execute Arbitrary Code on the Server - Typically to Gain Root Privileges on the Server
Apr 9 2001   (Red Hat Fix Available) Re: The Network Time Protocol Daemon (ntpd) Allows Remote Users to Execute Arbitrary Code on the Server - Typically to Gain Root Privileges on the Server
Apr 7 2001   (Immunix Patch Available) Re: The Network Time Protocol Daemon (ntpd) Allows Remote Users to Execute Arbitrary Code on the Server - Typically to Gain Root Privileges on the Server
Apr 7 2001   (Caldera Releases Fix) Re: The Network Time Protocol Daemon (ntpd) Allows Remote Users to Execute Arbitrary Code on the Server - Typically to Gain Root Privileges on the Server
Apr 6 2001   (Linux Mandrake Fix Available) Re: The Network Time Protocol Daemon (ntpd) Allows Remote Users to Execute Arbitrary Code on the Server - Typically to Gain Root Privileges on the Server
Apr 5 2001   (Debian Patch Available) Re: The Network Time Protocol Daemon (ntpd) Allows Remote Users to Execute Arbitrary Code on the Server - Typically to Gain Root Privileges on the Server
Apr 5 2001   (NetBSD Patch Available) Re: The Network Time Protocol Daemon (ntpd) Allows Remote Users to Execute Arbitrary Code on the Server - Typically to Gain Root Privileges on the Server
Apr 5 2001   The Network Time Protocol Daemon (ntpd) Allows Remote Users to Execute Arbitrary Code on the Server - Typically to Gain Root Privileges on the Server
Apr 3 2001   (Author Follows Up) Re: E-Mail Clients that use Microsoft Internet Explorer to Process HTML May Disguise Executable Attachments as Data Files
Apr 3 2001   (Vendor Responds) Re: E-Mail Clients that use Microsoft Internet Explorer to Process HTML May Disguise Executable Attachments as Data Files
Apr 3 2001   (CERT Issues Advisory) Re: Microsoft Internet Explorer May Automatically Execute Certain E-mail Attachments
Apr 3 2001   (CIAC Issues Bulletin) Re: Microsoft Internet Explorer May Automatically Execute Certain E-mail Attachments
Apr 3 2001   E-Mail Clients that use Microsoft Internet Explorer to Process HTML May Disguise Executable Attachments as Data Files
Apr 3 2001   The Bat! E-mail Client Does Not Warn Before Executing Certain Disguised In-line Attachments
Apr 2 2001   (Updated Patch Information) Re: Trend Micro's Virus Buster 2001 Can Be Crashed Remotely and May Execute an Attacker's Arbitrary Code
Apr 1 2001   Microsoft Internet Explorer Can Be Made to Execute Arbitrary Files on the User's Computer
Mar 30 2001   (CERT Advisory) Re: Sun Solaris SNMP-to-DMI Network Management Protocol Mapper Allows Remote Users to Execute Arbitrary Code and Gain Root-Level Access to the Affected Host
Mar 30 2001   Trend Micro's Virus Buster 2001 Can Be Crashed Remotely and May Execute an Attacker's Arbitrary Code
Mar 30 2001   Re: Microsoft Internet Explorer May Automatically Execute Certain E-mail Attachments
Mar 30 2001   Microsoft Internet Explorer May Automatically Execute Certain E-mail Attachments
Mar 29 2001   (Vendor Fix Available) Re: Microsoft Internet Explorer Does Not Check for Revoked Digital Certificates (Two Fraudlent Certificates Are Known to Exist)
Mar 26 2001   Pwc CGI Code May Execute Arbitrary Code Supplied Via the Web
Mar 23 2001   (Microsoft Issues Bulletin) Re: Microsoft Internet Explorer Does Not Check for Revoked Digital Certificates (Two Fraudlent Certificates Are Known to Exist)
Mar 23 2001   (CIAC Issues Bulletin) Re: Microsoft Internet Explorer Does Not Check for Revoked Digital Certificates (Two Fraudlent Certificates Are Known to Exist)
Mar 23 2001   Microsoft Internet Explorer Does Not Check for Revoked Digital Certificates (Two Fraudlent Certificates Are Known to Exist)
Mar 22 2001   Re: Eudora E-mail Client May Silently Install and Execute Malicious Trojan Software
Mar 22 2001   (Contains Additional Exploit Code) Re: Eudora E-mail Client May Silently Install and Execute Malicious Trojan Software
Mar 22 2001   Re: Eudora E-mail Client May Silently Install and Execute Malicious Trojan Software
Mar 20 2001   Re: Eudora E-mail Client May Silently Install and Execute Malicious Trojan Software
Mar 20 2001   Re: Microsoft Personal Web Server Contains An Old Internet Information Server (IIS) Vulnerability Allowing Unauthorized Directory Listings and Possible Code Execution For Remote Users
Mar 20 2001   Mutt E-mail Client Could Execute Malicious Code From a Compromised IMAP Mail Server
Mar 19 2001   Eudora E-mail Client May Silently Install and Execute Malicious Trojan Software
Mar 19 2001   Microsoft Personal Web Server Contains An Old Internet Information Server (IIS) Vulnerability Allowing Unauthorized Directory Listings and Possible Code Execution For Remote Users
Mar 19 2001   ASPSeek CGI-based Search Engine May Execute Arbitrary Code Supplied By Remote Users
Mar 16 2001   Re: NCSA Post-query CGI Code Allows Remote Code Execution
Mar 16 2001   NCSA Post-query CGI Code Allows Remote Code Execution
Mar 15 2001   Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (FOLDOC) CGI Software Allows Users to Execute Certain Commands on the Server (ex: Read Files, Delete Files, List Processes)
Mar 15 2001   Sun Solaris SNMP-to-DMI Network Management Protocol Mapper Allows Remote Users to Execute Arbitrary Code and Gain Root-Level Access to the Affected Host
Mar 15 2001   Additional Bugs Found (Re: Icecast Streaming Audio Server Can Execute Arbitrary Code)
Mar 15 2001   Icecast Streaming Audio Server Can Execute Arbitrary Code
Mar 15 2001   Re: Texas Imperial Software's WFTPD Pro FTP Server for Windows NT/2000 May Execute Arbitrary Code and Can Be Crashed Remotely
Mar 15 2001   vBulletin Web-Based Bulletin Board Allows Remote Users to Execute Arbitrary Code on the Server
Mar 13 2001   Valve Software's Half-Life Gaming Server Can Be Crashed Remotely By Users and Could Give Users OS-Level Access to the Server's Host
Mar 12 2001   Netscape iPlanet Directory Server Can Be Remotely Crashed and May Execute Remotely-Supplied Arbitrary Code on the Server
Mar 7 2001   Symantec's pcAnywhere Can Be Crashed Remotely and May Allow Remote Execution of Arbitrary Code
Mar 5 2001   Texas Imperial Software's WFTPD Pro FTP Server for Windows NT/2000 May Execute Arbitrary Code and Can Be Crashed Remotely
Feb 21 2001   Mailnews Cgi Script May Execute Arbitrary Shell Commands Supplied By Unauthorized Users Via the Network
Feb 16 2001   Van Dyke Technologies VShell SSH Gateway Allows Remote Execution of Arbitrary Code and Permits Authorized Users to Forward Connections to Any Host
Jan 16 2001   Netscape 4.76 for UNIX Still Vulnerable to Previous Bug that Could Execute Arbitrary Code on the Browser
Jan 15 2001   3rd Party Version of Flash Multimedia Plugin May Execute Arbitrary Code
Jan 15 2001   Windows Media Player 7 Allows IE/Java to Execute Arbitrary Code on the Media Player's Host
Jan 12 2001   Tcpdump May Execute Remotely Supplied Code and Give Remote Root Access to the Tcpdump Server
Jan 5 2001   Re: Fastgraf CGI Scripts Enable Remote Command Execution on the Web Server
Jan 5 2001   Fastgraf CGI Scripts Enable Remote Command Execution on the Web Server
Jan 4 2001   Windows Media Player May Run Arbitrary Programs On Your Computer


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