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Mar 4 2002   (SuSE Issues Fix) Squid Proxy Cache Server Buffer Overflow Lets Remote Users Create Denial of Service Conditions and May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code on the System
Feb 27 2002   (Conectiva Issues Fix) Squid Proxy Cache Server Buffer Overflow Lets Remote Users Create Denial of Service Conditions and May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code on the System
Feb 27 2002   (Mandrake Issues Fix) Squid Proxy Cache Server Buffer Overflow Lets Remote Users Create Denial of Service Conditions and May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code on the System
Feb 26 2002   (Red Hat Issues Fix) Squid Proxy Cache Server Buffer Overflow Lets Remote Users Create Denial of Service Conditions and May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code on the System
Feb 22 2002   Squid Proxy Cache Server Buffer Overflow Lets Remote Users Create Denial of Service Conditions and May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code on the System
Feb 22 2002   (Trustix Issues Fix for Squid Proxy) Many Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Implementations Allow Remote Users to Deny Service or Obtain Access to the System
Feb 22 2002   (Mandrake Issues Fix for Squid) Many Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Implementations Allow Remote Users to Deny Service or Obtain Access to the System
Feb 21 2002   (Fix for Squid is Available) Re: Many Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Implementations Allow Remote Users to Deny Service or Obtain Access to the System
Feb 21 2002   (FreeBSD Issues Fix) Squid Proxy Caching Server Can Be Crashed by Remote Users with Mkdir PUT Requests
Feb 6 2002   Squid Caching Server 'cachemgr.cgi' Configuration Error Still Allows Remote Users to Connect to Arbitrary Ports on Other Hosts
Jan 25 2002   (Turbolinux Issues Fix) Squid Proxy Caching Server Can Be Crashed by Remote Users with Mkdir PUT Requests
Nov 22 2001   (Mandrake Issues Fix) Squid Proxy Caching Server Can Be Crashed by Remote Users with Mkdir PUT Requests
Oct 30 2001   (SuSE Issues Fix) Squid Proxy Caching Server Can Be Crashed by Remote Users with Mkdir PUT Requests
Oct 22 2001   (Red Hat Issues Fix) Squid Proxy Caching Server Can Be Crashed by Remote Users with Mkdir PUT Requests
Oct 8 2001   (FreeBSD Issues Fix) Squid Proxy Caching Server Lets Remote Users Conduct Portscans Against Other Hosts Via the Squid Server in Certain Configurations
Oct 5 2001   (Red Hat Issues Fix) Squid Proxy Caching Server Can Be Crashed by Remote Users with Mkdir PUT Requests
Sep 27 2001   (Conectiva Issues Fix) Squid Proxy Caching Server Can Be Crashed by Remote Users with Mkdir PUT Requests
Sep 26 2001   (Debian Issues Fix) Squid Proxy Caching Server Can Be Crashed by Remote Users with Mkdir PUT Requests
Sep 21 2001   Squid Proxy Caching Server Can Be Crashed by Remote Users with Mkdir PUT Requests
Aug 7 2001   (Caldera Issues Fix) Squid Proxy Caching Server Lets Remote Users Conduct Portscans Against Other Hosts Via the Squid Server in Certain Configurations
Jul 27 2001   (Mandrake Issues Fix) Squid Proxy Caching Server Lets Remote Users Conduct Portscans Against Other Hosts Via the Squid Server in Certain Configurations
Jul 20 2001   (Red Hat Releases Fix) Re: Squid Proxy Caching Server Lets Remote Users Conduct Portscans Against Other Hosts Via the Squid Server in Certain Configurations
Jul 19 2001   (Trustix Issues Fix) Squid Proxy Caching Server Lets Remote Users Conduct Portscans Against Other Hosts Via the Squid Server in Certain Configurations
Jul 19 2001   (Trustix Issues Fix) Squid Proxy Caching Server Lets Remote Users Conduct Portscans Against Other Hosts Via the Squid Server in Certain Configurations
Jul 19 2001   (Immunix Issues Fix) Re: Squid Proxy Caching Server Lets Remote Users Conduct Portscans Against Other Hosts Via the Squid Server in Certain Configurations
Jul 19 2001   Squid Proxy Caching Server Lets Remote Users Conduct Portscans Against Other Hosts Via the Squid Server in Certain Configurations


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