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Apr 13 2001   Apache Web Server for Windows Lets Remote Users Crash the Web Server Application
Apr 13 2001   Expect Mkpasswd Utility Generates a Relatively Small Number of Passwords, Making Brute Force Password Guessing Attempts Easier
Apr 12 2001   HylaFAX FAX Server Allows Local Users to Crash the Server and May Possibly Execute Arbitrary Code with Root Privileges
Apr 12 2001   Cisco VPN 3000 Series VPN Concentrators Allow Remote Users to Crash the Device
Apr 11 2001   MarkeTrend's nph-maillist.pl CGI Script Lets Remote Users Execute Commands on the Web Server
Apr 11 2001   A Component of Symantec's Ghost PC Deployment Tool Allows Remote Users to Crash the Software
Apr 11 2001   IBM Domino Server Can Be Crashed Via the Network
Apr 11 2001   Lightwave Communications ConsoleServer 2000 Discloses System Information to Unauthenticated Remote Users
Apr 11 2001   Strip Password Tool for Palm OS Generates Weak Passwords (Which May Be Used on Various Non-Palm Applications and Operating Systems)
Apr 11 2001   Sun's XSun X.11 Server for Solaris Gives Local Users Root-Level Privileges
Apr 11 2001   Compaq Presario Computers May Allow Malicious Web Pages to Write Arbitrarily Named Files to Be Written to the Hard Drive Without Authorization
Apr 10 2001   The Vim Text Editor Allows Local Users to Obtain Escalated Privileges
Apr 10 2001   Midnight Commander File Management Utility May Let Local Users Escalate Their Privileges
Apr 10 2001   PGP's Use of Split Keys and Caching Can Allow Unauthorized Local Users to Encrypt, Decrypt, or Sign Files and Messages
Apr 10 2001   Kodak's Color Management System for Solaris Lets Local Users Obtain Root Privileges
Apr 10 2001   A Share Library in Oracle's Application Server and Used by the iPlanet Web Server Allows the Web Server to be Crashed By Remote Users
Apr 10 2001   Alcatel's Speed Touch ADSL Modems Can Give Remote Users Complete Contol of the Device
Apr 10 2001   Several FTP Server Implementations Allow Remote Users to Obtain Root-Level Privileges on the Server
Apr 10 2001   Netscape 4.76 Browser May Execute Arbitrary Javascript Code that Could Disclose Recently Visited Web URLs
Apr 10 2001   PGP Encryption Software for Windows May Allow Arbitrary Files to Be Created That May Lead to Arbitrary Code Execution
Apr 10 2001   TalkBack CGI Script Discloses the TalkBack Administrator Password and Allows Remote Users to View Files on the Web Server
Apr 9 2001   Veritas NetBackup Client Can Be Made to Consume All of the Host's CPU Resources
Apr 9 2001   Paranoid Security's eyeIS Vulnerability Tool Contains Backdoor That Sends Vulnerability Information Back to the Vendor
Apr 6 2001   Microsoft's Ping.exe Allows Local Users to Cause Certain Applications to Crash
Apr 6 2001   Reliant UNIX Servers May Drop Connections When Malicious ICMP Packets Are Received
Apr 6 2001   IP Filter Firewall Software May Let Unauthorized Packets Through the Firewall
Apr 6 2001   Cisco PIX Firewall That Requires AAA/TACACS+ Authentication Can Be Crashed By Initiating Many Remote Connections Through The Firewall
Apr 6 2001   Savant Web Server Can Be Crashed Remotely With Certain HTTP Requests
Apr 6 2001   602Pro LAN SUITE Internet Sharing Software Can Be Crashed Via the Network
Apr 6 2001   Quicken's Turbo Tax May Disclose Passwords to the User's Financial Accounts
Apr 6 2001   Ultimate Bulletin Board from Infopop Lets Moderators View Restricted Administrator Forums
Apr 5 2001   BinTec X4000 Router Can Be Crashed By Remote Users
Apr 5 2001   Microsoft FTP Client for Windows 2000 Still Vulnerable to Executing Arbitrary Code in Limited Situations
Apr 5 2001   Watchguard Firebox II Firewall Can Be Crashed By Remote Users With a Burst of Malformed Packets
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 5 2001   Cisco's Content Services Switch (Arrowpoint) Allows Administrators to Escalate Privileges and Make Unauthorized Configuration Changes
Apr 4 2001   Resin Web Servlet and Java Engine Discloses JavaBean Contents to Remote Users
Apr 3 2001   Microburst's uStorekeeper E-commerce System Gives Remote Users Unauthorized Access to Any File on the System
Apr 3 2001   BFTP Server (G6 FTP Server) Gives Unauthorized Access to Files Outside of the FTP Server's Root Directory
Apr 3 2001   PHP-Nuke May Allow Remote Unauthorized Changes to the URL Banner
Apr 3 2001   Agere's ORiNOCO RG-1000 Broadcasts the Default Encryption Key Which Gives Remote Users Access to Encrypted Wireless Networks
Apr 3 2001   Agere's ORiNOCO Wireless LAN Cards Give Any User Access to Closed Networks
Apr 3 2001   Navision Financials Server Can Be Crashed Via the Network
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   Microsoft's Internet Security and Acceleration Server Performance Can Be Significantly Affected By Remote Users Under Certain Configurations
Apr 1 2001   Microsoft Internet Explorer Can Be Made to Execute Arbitrary Files on the User's Computer
Apr 1 2001   WebSPIRS CGI By SilverPlatter Allows Remote Users to View Files Outside of the Web Server's Root Directory
Apr 1 2001   Tomcat Java Server for Windows Allows Remote Users to List Files Outside of the Server's Root Directory
Apr 1 2001   CrazyWWWBoard CGI Allows a Remote User to Execute Arbitrary Code on the Web Server
Apr 1 2001   TrendMicro's ScanMail E-Mail Virus Scanner for Microsoft Exchange Discloses Administrative System Usernames and Passwords
Mar 31 2001   Microsoft Internet Explorer Allows Malicious Web Pages to Retrieve Files from the User's Computer
Mar 31 2001   Microsoft Telnet Can Be Crashed Locally, Causing Other Applications Including Outlook Express To Crash
Mar 30 2001   Tomcat Java Server Reveals Script Source Code to Remote Users
Mar 30 2001   Earlier Versions of BEA's WebLogic Web Server May Reveal Script Source Code
Mar 30 2001   Argus PitBull Security Software May Allow Local Users to Crash the System or Execute Malicious Code
Mar 30 2001   Quest Software's SharePlex Database Replicator for Oracle Allows Local Users to Access Any File on the System
Mar 30 2001   Trend Micro's Virus Buster 2001 Can Be Crashed Remotely and May Execute an Attacker's Arbitrary Code
Mar 30 2001   Raytheon's SilentRunner Networking Monitor Can Be Crashed Remotely
Mar 30 2001   Microsoft Internet Explorer May Automatically Execute Certain E-mail Attachments
Mar 29 2001   Computer Associates CCC/Harvest Source Code Control Software Allows Attackers to Decrypt Passwords Transmitted Over the Network
Mar 29 2001   IBM's WebSphere Commerce Suite and Application Server Disclose the Source Code for JavaServer Pages
Mar 29 2001   Sun's JavaServer Web Development Kit Allows Remote Users to Access Files Outside the Document Root Directory
Mar 29 2001   Tomcat Java Server Gives Access to Files Outside of the Document Root Directory
Mar 29 2001   Cisco VPN 3000 Concentrator Series Will Reboot When the Management Port is Flooded With Data via the Network
Mar 28 2001   Infradig's Inframail Web Server Can Be Crashed Remotely Using Malformed POST Requests
Mar 28 2001   O'Reilly WebSite Pro's Remote Manager Service Can Be Crashed Via the Network
Mar 28 2001   Microsoft Internet Explorer Is Vulnerable to Malicious Web Pages That May Obtain the User's Exchange E-mail Messages and May Access Restricted Web Server Directory Listings
Mar 28 2001   Microsoft Windows Me Operating System and Windows 98 with the Plus! 98 Package Disclose Data Compression Passwords
Mar 28 2001   SCO UNIX Contains Multiple Vulnerabilities That Allow Users to Crash Applications and May Allow Users to Execute Arbitrary Code on the Server
Mar 28 2001   The VPN Implementation on SonicWALL's Tele2 and SOHO Firewalls Uses Weak IKE Authentication Keys
Mar 28 2001   Microsoft Visual Studio Could Allow Users to Crash the Debugger or to Execute Code on the Server
Mar 27 2001   Baltimore Technologies' MAILsweeper Content Security Product May Fail to Filter Spoofed Mail
Mar 27 2001   Sun Solaris Tip Terminal Connection Utility May Give Local Users Expanded Privileges
Mar 27 2001   Anaconda! Foundation Clipper Gives Remote Users Unauthorized Access to Files Anywhere on the Web Server


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