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Apr 16 2008   Red Hat Directory Server Lets Remote Users Access Administrative CGI Scripts
Apr 16 2008   Red Hat Directory Server Input Validation Flaw in 'repl-monitor-cgi.pl' Lets Remote Users Inject Commands
Apr 14 2008   Novell eDirectory HTTP Header Processing Lets Remote Users Deny Service
Apr 3 2008   Novell eDirectory HTTP Request Procesing Bug Lets Remote Users Deny Service
Mar 26 2008   Novell eDirectory Stack Overflow in Processing LDAP Extended Requests Lets Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Mar 26 2008   Novell eDirectory eMBox Bug Lets Remote Users View Files and Deny Service
Mar 19 2008   Red Hat Directory Server Unsafe IDM Console Script Access Controls Lets Local Users Gain Elevated Privileges
Mar 11 2008   Red Hat Directory Server Lets Local Users Gain Elevated Privileges
Feb 22 2008   (Red Hat Issues Fix) OpenLDAP Lets Remote Authenticated Users Crash the Daemon With Specially Crafted modrdn Operations
Feb 22 2008   (Red Hat Issues Fix) OpenLDAP Lets Remote Authenticated Users Crash the slapd Daemon With Specially Crafted Modify Operations
Feb 22 2008   OpenLDAP Lets Remote Authenticated Users Crash the Daemon With Specially Crafted modrdn Operations
Feb 22 2008   OpenLDAP Lets Remote Authenticated Users Crash the slapd Daemon With Specially Crafted Modify Operations
Feb 12 2008   Active Directory LDAP Processing Bug Lets Remote Users Deny Service
Nov 16 2007   (Red Hat Issues Fix) OpenLDAP Lets Remote Users Crash the slapd Daemon With Specially Crafted objectClasses Attributes
Nov 8 2007   (Red Hat Issues Fix) OpenLDAP Lets Remote Users Crash the slapd Daemon With Specially Crafted objectClasses Attributes
Nov 8 2007   OpenLDAP Lets Remote Users Crash the slapd Daemon With Specially Crafted objectClasses Attributes
Jul 10 2007   Windows Active Directory Bug in Processing LDAP Convertible Attributes Lets Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Jun 27 2007   Solaris libsldap Library Lets Local Users Deny Service
Jun 15 2007   Sun Java System Directory Server Lets Remote Users Modify Certain Data
Jun 15 2007   Sun Java System Directory Server Discloses Attribute Existence to Remote Users
May 2 2007   Sun Java System Directory Server BER Decoding Flaw Lets Remote Users Deny Service
Apr 30 2007   (Sun Issues Fix for Java Directory Server) Java Enterprise System (JES) Network Security Services (NSS) Memory Leak Lets Remote Users Deny Service
Apr 27 2007   Novell eDirectory NCP Fragment Processing Bug Lets Remote Users Deny Service
Mar 23 2007   Sun Java System Directory Server Lets Remote Users Crash the ns-slapd Service
Nov 7 2006   Novell eDirectory Unspecified Bugs Let Remote Users Deny Service and Execute Arbitrary Code
Nov 7 2006   OpenLDAP BIND Request Lets Remote Users Deny Service
Nov 1 2006   Novell eDirectory BerDecodeLoginDataRequeset() Pointer Error Lets Remote Users Deny Service
Oct 26 2006   Novell eDirectory BuildRedirectURL() Buffer Overflow Lets Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Oct 23 2006   Novell eDirectory NCP Over IP and evtFilteredMonitorEventsRequest() Overflows Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Sep 4 2006   OpenLDAP 'selfwrite' Access Control Error May Let Remote Authenticated Users Make Unauthorized Attribute Modifications
Aug 14 2006   Novell eDirectory Writes User Passwords to a Log File
Jun 28 2006   OpenLDAP on Mac OS X Lets Remote Users Cause Denial of Service Conditions
May 18 2006   Novell eDirectory iMonitor Buffer Overflow Has Unspecified Impact
May 17 2006   Sun Java System Directory Server May Grant Console Access to Remote Users
Apr 12 2006   Sun Solaris LDAP Client May Disclose RootDN Password to Local Users
Feb 21 2006   IBM Tivoli Directory Server Zero-Byte Write Error Lets Remote Users Deny Service
Feb 9 2006   Sun Java System Directory Server LDAP Processing Bug Lets Remote Users Deny Service
Jan 25 2006   Sun Directory Server Buffer Overflow in Help System May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Jan 25 2006   Red Hat Directory Server Buffer Overflow in Help System May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Nov 9 2005   IBM Tivoli Directory Server Unspecified SLAPD Binding Error May Let Remote Users Modify/Delete Data
Oct 6 2005   Sun Directory Server Unspecified Bug Lets Remote Users Compromise the System
Aug 12 2005   Novell eDirectory Server 'imonitor' Buffer Overflow Allows Remote Users to Execute Arbitrary Code
Jun 13 2005   Novell eDirectory Can Be Crashed With Requests Containing MS-DOS Device Names
Mar 28 2005   AS/400 LDAP Server Default Configuration Discloses User Account Names to Remote Authenticated Users
Jan 13 2005   Hitachi Directory Server LDAP Buffer Overflow Lets Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Dec 23 2004   Netscape Directory Server on HP-UX with LDAP Has Remote Buffer Overflow That Lets Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Oct 20 2004   Sun Solaris ldap(1) with RBAC May Let Local Users Gain Root Privileges
Sep 8 2004   OpenLDAP May Accept CRYPT Password Values as Plaintext Passwords
Aug 2 2004   IBM Directory Server 'ldacgi' Discloses Files to Remote Users
May 28 2004   (Novell Issues Fix for eDirectory) OpenSSL SSL/TLS Handshade Flaws May Let Remote Users Crash OpenSSL-based Applications
May 28 2004   (Novell Issues Fix for eDirectory) OpenSSL ASN.1 Parsing Flaws Lets Remote User Crash Applications or Execute Arbitrary Code
May 27 2004   (Mandrake Issues Fix) Kolab Discloses LDAP Server Password to Local Users
May 11 2004   (Vendor Issues Fix) SurgeLDAP Web Administration Interface Authentication Flaw Lets Remote Users Gain Access
May 6 2004   Kolab Discloses LDAP Server Password to Local Users
May 5 2004   SurgeLDAP Web Administration Interface Authentication Flaw Lets Remote Users Gain Access
Apr 27 2004   Novell eDirectory Role Based Services May Assign Elevated Privileges
Apr 12 2004   SurgeLDAP 'user.cgi' Directory Traversal Flaw Discloses Files to Remote Users
Apr 1 2004   (Gentoo Issues Fix) OpenLDAP back-ldbm Initialization Error May Let Remote Users Crash the Server
Apr 1 2004   OpenLDAP back-ldbm Initialization Error May Let Remote Users Crash the Server
Dec 2 2003   IBM Tivoli Directory Server Input Validation Flaw Permits Remote Cross-Site Scripting Attacks
Aug 11 2003   SurgeLDAP Can Be Crashed By Remote Users and Also Discloses Passwords to Local Users
Jul 2 2003   Microsoft Active Directory Stack Overflow in 'Lsaas.exe' Lets Remote Users Crash the Windows 2000 Server
May 2 2003   Sun ONE Directory Server Buffer Overflow Lets Remote Users Crash the Directory Service
Mar 3 2003   IBM AIX secldapclntd Daemon Authentication Flaw Lets Remote Users Modify User Accounts
Feb 3 2003   eL DAPo LDAP Management Software Bug Discloses Authentication Information to Remote Users
Dec 9 2002   (SuSE Issues Fix) OpenLDAP2 Libraries Have Unspecified Buffer Overflows That May Allow Remote Users to Execute Arbitrary Code
Dec 9 2002   OpenLDAP2 Libraries Have Unspecified Buffer Overflows That May Allow Remote Users to Execute Arbitrary Code
Nov 12 2002   (Netware 5.1 eDir is Also Affected) Re: Novell eDirectory Flaw May Give Remote Users Access to Accounts With Expired Passwords
Nov 12 2002   Novell eDirectory Flaw May Give Remote Users Access to Accounts With Expired Passwords
Jul 25 2002   Microsoft Metadirectory Services Authentication Flaw May Let Remote Users Modify Data and Obtain Elevated Privileges on the System
Jun 3 2002   Novell eDirectory Password Weakness May Facilitate Brute Force Password Guessing Attempts
May 24 2002   Microsoft Active Directory May Have Bug That Allows Remote Users to Crash the Directory
May 10 2002   Critical Path inJoin Directory Server 'iCon' Management Interface Allows Cross-Site Scripting Attacks Against Administrators
May 10 2002   Critical Path inJoin Directory Server 'iCon' Web Administration Interface Discloses Files on the System to Authenticated Remote Users
Mar 29 2002   Veridis OpenKeyServer Allows Cross-Site Scripting Attacks


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