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Nov 12 2018   (Oracle Issues Fix for Oracle Linux) wget Buffer Overflows in Processing HTTP Data Lets Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Nov 12 2018   (Oracle Issues Fix for Oracle Linux) wget Input Validation Flaw in SetCookie Processing Lets Remote Users Inject Arbitrary Cookies on the Target System
Oct 30 2018   (Red Hat Issues Fix) wget Input Validation Flaw in SetCookie Processing Lets Remote Users Inject Arbitrary Cookies on the Target System
May 9 2018   (Ubuntu Issues Fix) wget Input Validation Flaw in SetCookie Processing Lets Remote Users Inject Arbitrary Cookies on the Target System
May 9 2018   (Ubuntu Issues Fix) wget Input Validation Flaw in SetCookie Processing Lets Remote Users Inject Arbitrary Cookies on the Target System
May 7 2018   wget Input Validation Flaw in SetCookie Processing Lets Remote Users Inject Arbitrary Cookies on the Target System
Oct 27 2017   (CentOS Issues Fix) wget Buffer Overflows in Processing HTTP Data Lets Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Oct 26 2017   (Ubuntu Issues Fix) wget Buffer Overflows in Processing HTTP Data Lets Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Oct 26 2017   wget Buffer Overflows in Processing HTTP Data Lets Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Jun 20 2016   (Ubuntu Issues Fix) wget HTTP Redirect Bug Lets Remote Users Write Files on the Target System
Jun 20 2016   wget HTTP Redirect Bug Lets Remote Users Write Files on the Target System
Sep 8 2015   wget Flaw Lets Remote Users Obtain the Target System's IP Address
Dec 3 2014   (Red Hat Issues Fix) wget Default FTP Retrieval Method Lets Remote Users Create Arbitrary Files and Directories
Oct 31 2014   (Red Hat Issues Fix) wget Default FTP Retrieval Method Lets Remote Users Create Arbitrary Files and Directories
Oct 31 2014   (Ubuntu Issues Fix) wget Default FTP Retrieval Method Lets Remote Users Create Arbitrary Files and Directories
Oct 28 2014   wget Default FTP Retrieval Method Lets Remote Users Create Arbitrary Files and Directories
Jan 16 2007   wget FTP SYST Response Buffer Overflow Lets Remote Users Deny Service
Nov 2 2005   (Red Hat Issues Fix) wget Buffer Overflow in Processing NTLM Authentication Values May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Oct 13 2005   wget Buffer Overflow in Processing NTLM Authentication Values May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Dec 10 2004   wget Lets Remote Users Create or Overwrite Files in Certain Directories
May 17 2004   Wget May Overwrite Files in Certain Cases and Allow a Local User to Gain Elevated Privileges
Jan 17 2003   (Caldera Issues Fix) Wget FTP Client Input Validation Flaw May Let Malicious Servers Write Files to Arbitrary Locations
Dec 12 2002   Wget FTP Client Input Validation Flaw May Let Malicious Servers Write Files to Arbitrary Locations







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