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Feb 2 2004   PHP-Nuke Input Validation Flaws in 'Downloads' and 'Sections' Permits SQL Injection
Jan 21 2004   DUforum Authentication Flaw Lets Remote Users Gain Administrative Access to the Application
Jan 21 2004   DUfaq Authentication Flaw Lets Remote Users Gain Administrative Access to the Application
Jan 21 2004   DUpaypal Authentication Flaw Lets Remote Users Gain Administrative Access to the Application
Jan 21 2004   DUamazon Authentication Flaw Lets Remote Users Gain Administrative Access to the Application
Jan 21 2004   DUnews Authentication Flaw Lets Remote Users Gain Administrative Access to the Application
Jan 21 2004   DUpoll Authentication Flaw Lets Remote Users Gain Administrative Access to the Application
Jan 21 2004   DUclassmate Authentication Flaw Lets Remote Users Gain Administrative Access to the Application
Jan 21 2004   DUarticle Authentication Flaw Lets Remote Users Gain Administrative Access to the Application
Jan 21 2004   DUportal Authentication Flaw Lets Remote Users Gain Administrative Access to the Application
Jan 21 2004   DUpics Authentication Flaw Lets Remote Users Gain Administrative Access to the Application and Upload Arbitrary Files
Jan 21 2004   DUgallery Authentication Flaw Lets Remote Users Gain Administrative Access to the Application
Jan 21 2004   DUdownload Authentication Flaw Lets Remote Users Gain Administrative Access to the Application
Jan 21 2004   DUdirectory Authentication Flaw Lets Remote Users Gain Administrative Access to the Application
Jan 21 2004   DUclassified Authentication Flaw Lets Remote Users Gain Administrative Access to the Application
Jan 21 2004   DUcalendar Authentication Flaw Lets Remote Users Gain Administrative Access to the Application
Jan 4 2004   Invision Power Board Input Validation Flaw in 'calendar.php' Permits SQL Injection
Dec 20 2003   bes-cms Include File Flaws Let Remote Users Execute Arbitary Commands
Dec 10 2003   Mambo Server Authentication Flaws Let Remote Users Change Data and Parameters
Dec 6 2003   Xoops Multiple Input Validation Flaws Let Remote Users Inject SQL Commands
Nov 22 2003   vbPortal 'friend.php' Script Lets Remote Users Send Anonymous E-mail
Aug 18 2003   Attila PHP Input Validation Flaws Permit Remote Cross-Site Scripting Attacks
Jul 10 2003   Gattaca Server Discloses Files to Remote Users and Can Be Crashed By Remote Authenticated Users
Jul 2 2003   PHPGroupWare Input Validation Flaws Permit Remote Cross-Site Scripting Attacks
Jun 26 2003   more.groupware Input Validation Flaws Permit Remote Cross-Site Scripting Attacks
Apr 23 2003   Sambar Server WebMail Discloses User Passwords Transmitted Via the Network
Apr 17 2003   EZ Server Discloses Files Located Outside of the Document Directory to Remote Users
Apr 15 2003   Ez publish Forum Discloses Installation Path and Database Password to Remote Users
Mar 31 2003   EZ Server FTP Server Can Be Crashed By Remote Users Due to FTP Command Buffer Overflow
Mar 27 2003   Ceilidh Input Validation Flaw Lets Remote Users Conduct Cross-Site Scripting Attacks
Mar 27 2003   Sambar Server Input Validation Flaws Disclose Files on the System to Remote Users and Permit Cross-Site Scripting Attacks
Mar 20 2003   XOOPS Portal Software Discloses Installation Path to Remote Users
Mar 17 2003   MyABraCaDaWeb Input Validation Flaw Lets Remote Users Conduct Cross-Site Scripting Attacks
Mar 6 2003   'PHP ping' Lets Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Commands on the Server
Mar 2 2003   PY-Livredor Guest Book Input Validation Holes in Certain Fields Let Remote Users Conduct Cross-Site Scripting Attacks
Feb 23 2003   WWWboard Input Validation Flaw in Message Posting Field Lets Remote Users Conduct Cross-Site Scripting Attacks
Feb 22 2003   NuKed-KlaN Input Validation Flaws in 'index.php' Let Remote Users Conduct Cross-Site Scripting Attacks







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