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Jun 1 2016   (HPE Issues Fix for OpenVMS) Apache Tomcat Bugs Let Remote Users Bypass Security Restrictions, Hijack Sessions, and Obtain Potentially Sensitive Information
Jun 1 2016   (HPE Issues Fix for OpenVMS) Apache Tomcat Flaw Lets Remote Users Determine Valid Directories
Jun 1 2016   (HPE Issues Fix for OpenVMS) Apache Tomcat getResource() Lets Applications Obtain Certain Directory Listings
Dec 17 2014   HP OpenVMS POP Unspecified Flaw Lets Remote Users Deny Service
Dec 11 2012   HP OpenVMS LOGIN/ACMELOGIN Bug Lets Local and Remote Users Deny Service
May 17 2012   OpenVMS ACMELOGIN Bug Lets Local Users Gain Elevated Privileges
Apr 18 2012   HP OpenVMS Unspecified Flaw Lets Local Users Deny Service
Dec 15 2010   HP OpenVMS Integrity Servers Lets Local Users Deny Service or Gain Elevated Privileges
Jul 13 2010   OpenVMS Auditing Lets Local Users Gain Elevated Privileges
Feb 2 2010   OpenVMS Bug in Record Management Services Lets Local Users Gain Elevated Privileges
Dec 9 2008   OpenVMS Lets Local Users Modify the OSIT$NAMES Logical Name Table
Sep 10 2008   HP OpenVMS SMGRTL Run Time Library Bug Lets Local Users Gain Elevated Privileges
Sep 9 2008   OpenVMS Alpha Command Line Overflow Lets Local Users Gain Elevated Privileges
Dec 5 2007   OpenVMS for Integrity Servers Bugs in glBitmap Function and Kerberos API Let Local Users Deny Service
Jan 5 2007   OpenVMS SESSION_CONTROL.EXE Bug May Disclose Passwords to Local Users in Certain Cases
Aug 31 2006   OpenVMS 'SESSION_CONTROL.EXE' May Disclose a Password to Administrators via the Audit Log
Jul 17 2006   OpenVMS Unspecified Flaw Lets Local or Remote Users Deny Service
Nov 1 2005   HP OpenVMS Lets Local Users Crash the System
Mar 2 2005   OpenVMS Unspecified Bug Lets Local Users Access Privileged Files and Resources







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