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Dec 14 2015   HP Network Switch Unspecified Flaws Let Local Users Bypass Security Restrictions and Gain Elevated Privileges
Mar 26 2013   HP ProCurve Switch Bug Permits Cross-Site Request Forgery Attacks
Apr 11 2012   HP ProCurve 5400 zl Switch Includes Malware Lets Local Users Gain Elevated Privileges
Oct 14 2010   HP ProCurve Access Point, Access Controller, and Mobility Controller Bugs Let Remote Authenticated Users Gain Elevated Privileges
Aug 6 2010   HP ProCurve 2626 and 2650 Switch Grant Unauthorized Access to Remote Users
Aug 6 2010   HP ProCurve 2610 Switch DHCP Flaw Lets Remote Users Deny Service
Aug 6 2010   HP ProCurve 2610 Switch Unspecified Flaw in the In-band Agent Lets Remote Users Deny Service
Aug 6 2010   HP ProCurve 1800 Switch Discloses Potentially Sensitive Information to Remote Users via SNMP
Jul 14 2009   HP ProCurve Threat Management Services Module Lets Remote Users Gain Access and Deny Service
May 3 2007   HP ProCurve 9300m Switches Let Remote Users Deny Service
Aug 2 2006   ProCurve Switch Memory Leak Lets Remote Users Deny Service
May 19 2004   (HP Issues Recommendation For ProCurve Switches) Multiple Vendor TCP Stack Implementations Let Remote Users Deny Service
Sep 24 2002   (HP Issues Fix) Re: HP Procurve Switch Can Be Reset By Remote Users Due to No Authentication on 'device_reset' Command
Sep 24 2002   HP Procurve 4000M Switch Can Be Reset By Remote Users Due to No Authentication on 'device_reset' Command
Jul 27 2002   HP ProCurve Switch Can Be Crashed By Remote Users Attempting to Set a Particular SNMP Write Variable
Mar 1 2002   HP Procurve Switch Bug Allows Telnet Management Port to Be Temporarily Blocked for New Management Connections
Feb 15 2002   (HP Issues Fix for Procurve Switch) Many Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Implementations Allow Remote Users to Deny Service or Obtain Access to the System







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