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Apr 12 2001   (SCO 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 11 2001   A Component of Symantec's Ghost PC Deployment Tool Allows Remote Users to Crash the Software
Apr 11 2001   Sun's XSun X.11 Server for Solaris Gives Local Users Root-Level Privileges
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   (Debian 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 10 2001   (NetBSD Offers Fix) Re: Several FTP Server Implementations Allow Remote Users to Obtain Root-Level Privileges on the Server
Apr 10 2001   (CERT Issues Advisory) Re: Several FTP Server Implementations Allow Remote Users to Obtain Root-Level Privileges on the Server
Apr 10 2001   (Connectiva Linux 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 10 2001   Several FTP Server Implementations Allow Remote Users to Obtain Root-Level Privileges on the Server
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   Microsoft's Ping.exe Allows Local Users to Cause Certain Applications to Crash
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 6 2001   602Pro LAN SUITE Internet Sharing Software Can Be Crashed Via the Network
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   Microsoft FTP Client for Windows 2000 Still Vulnerable to Executing Arbitrary Code in Limited Situations
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   Navision Financials Server Can Be Crashed Via the Network
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   CrazyWWWBoard CGI Allows a Remote User to Execute Arbitrary Code on the Web Server
Mar 31 2001   Microsoft Telnet Can Be Crashed Locally, Causing Other Applications Including Outlook Express To Crash
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   Raytheon's SilentRunner Networking Monitor Can Be Crashed Remotely
Mar 28 2001   (Vulnerability in MMDF/deliver) Re: 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   (Vulnerability in MMDF/Sendmail) Re: 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   (Vulnerability in recon) Re: 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   (Vulnerability in lpforms) Re: 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   (Vulnerability in lpadmin) Re: 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   (Vulnerability in lpshut) Re: 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   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   Microsoft Visual Studio Could Allow Users to Crash the Debugger or to Execute Code on the Server
Mar 27 2001   Sun Solaris Tip Terminal Connection Utility May Give Local Users Expanded Privileges
Mar 26 2001   602Pro LAN Suite from Software602 Can Be Crashed Remotely
Mar 26 2001   Alt-N's MDaemon IMAP Mail Server Can Be Crashed Remotely By Authorized Users
Mar 26 2001   HP-UX's newgrp Command May Give Local Users Additional Privileges
Mar 23 2001   Re: Microsoft Outlook Express Crashes When Reading Certain E-mail Messages
Mar 23 2001   Microsoft Outlook Express Crashes When Reading Certain E-mail Messages
Mar 22 2001   Data General's DGUX UNIX Operating System Can Give Local Users Root-Level Privileges Through a Vulnerability in the Lpsched Utility
Mar 20 2001   Gordano's NTMail Mail Server Web Services Can Be Crashed Remotely By Any User Sending a Long URL Request
Mar 19 2001   ASPSeek CGI-based Search Engine May Execute Arbitrary Code Supplied By Remote Users
Mar 19 2001   HP/UX's Crontab Utility May Allow Local Users to Crash The System
Mar 17 2001   Re: Microsoft IIS 5.0 Web Server Can Be Restarted Remotely By Any User
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   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   Patch is Available (Re: Microsoft IIS 5.0 Web Server Can Be Restarted Remotely By Any User)
Mar 15 2001   Vendor Confirms Bug (Re: Sun Solaris SNMP Network Management Daemon for Enterprise 10,000 May Give Root Access To Local Users)
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   CIAC Bulletin L- 059 (Re: Microsoft IIS 5.0 Web Server Can Be Restarted Remotely By Any User)
Mar 14 2001   Sun Solaris SNMP Network Management Daemon for Enterprise 10,000 May Give Root Access To Local Users
Mar 13 2001   Apache Web Server May Display Directory Index Listings Even if Directory Listings Are Disabled
Mar 13 2001   Re: TkServ IRC Service Contains Several Vulnerabilities That Could Be Used to Remotely Cause the Server to Crash or to Execute Arbitrary Commands or Code
Mar 13 2001   Re: TkServ IRC Service Contains Several Vulnerabilities That Could Be Used to Remotely Cause the Server to Crash or to Execute Arbitrary Commands or Code
Mar 13 2001   TkServ IRC Service Contains Several Vulnerabilities That Could Be Used to Remotely Cause the Server to Crash or to Execute Arbitrary Commands or Code
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 13 2001   Savant Web Server v3.0 Can Be Crashed Remotely With a Malformed Request
Mar 12 2001   Re: Microsoft IIS 5.0 Web Server Can Be Restarted Remotely By Any User
Mar 12 2001   Netscape iPlanet Directory Server Can Be Remotely Crashed and May Execute Remotely-Supplied Arbitrary Code on the Server
Mar 12 2001   Re: Microsoft IIS 5.0 Web Server Can Be Restarted Remotely By Any User
Mar 12 2001   Re: AfterStep CD Changer for Linux/Unix Can Give Elevated Privileges (Possibly Root Privileges) to Local Users
Mar 12 2001   AfterStep CD Changer for Linux/Unix Can Give Elevated Privileges (Possibly Root Privileges) to Local Users
Mar 10 2001   HP-UX Ships With A Vulnerable Version of the Elm Mail Client That May Allow Access to the Mail of Other Users
Mar 9 2001   Microsoft Issues Bulletin Re: Microsoft IIS 5.0 Web Server Can Be Restarted Remotely By Any User
Mar 8 2001   Microsoft IIS 5.0 Web Server Can Be Restarted Remotely By Any User
Mar 7 2001   Symantec's pcAnywhere Can Be Crashed Remotely and May Allow Remote Execution of Arbitrary Code


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