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Jun 7 2004   FreeBSD Kernel jail(2) Lets Local Privileged Processes Modify the Routing Tables
May 26 2004   FreeBSD msync MS_INVALIDATE Error May Let Local Users Prevent File Changes
Mar 29 2004   FreeBSD IPv6 secsockopt(2) Input Validation Flaws May Disclose Memory to Local Users or Permit Local Denial of Service
Mar 2 2004   (FreeBSD Issues Fix) FreeBSD mbuf Flaw Lets Remote Users Deny Service
Mar 2 2004   (Advisory is Available) FreeBSD mbuf Flaw Lets Remote Users Deny Service
Mar 1 2004   FreeBSD mbuf Flaw Lets Remote Users Deny Service
Feb 27 2004   FreeBSD jail_attach(2) Error Lets Jailed Processes Change to a Different Jail
Feb 5 2004   (FreeBSD Issues Fix) BSD shmat() Integer Overflow Lets Local Users Gain Elevated Privileges
Feb 5 2004   BSD shmat() Integer Overflow Lets Local Users Gain Elevated Privileges
Feb 3 2004   BSD netinet TCP Maximum Segment Size May Let Remote Users Deny Service
Jan 30 2004   FreeBSD mksnap_ffs Command May Reset Security Flags on a Filesystem
Oct 3 2003   FreeBSD Kernel procfs uiomove() Overflow Discloses Sensitive Kernel Memory to Local Users
Oct 2 2003   (FreeBSD Issues Fix) FreeBSD Kernel readv(2) Integer Overflow Lets Local Users Crash the System or Gain Elevated Privileges
Oct 2 2003   FreeBSD Kernel readv(2) Integer Overflow Lets Local Users Crash the System or Gain Elevated Privileges
Sep 24 2003   (FreeBSD Issues Fix) arplookup() May Let Local Subnet Users Crash the System
Sep 23 2003   BSD arplookup() May Let Local Subnet Users Crash the System
Aug 12 2003   (FreeBSD Issues Revised Advisory Text) FreeBSD Kernel Flaw in Checking Signal Numbers May Let Local Users Modify Kernel Memory or Crash the System
Aug 11 2003   FreeBSD 'ibcs2.ko' Loadable Kernel Module May Disclose Kernel Memory to Local Users
Aug 11 2003   FreeBSD Kernel Flaw in Checking Signal Numbers May Let Local Users Modify Kernel Memory or Crash the System
Mar 20 2003   (FreeBSD Issues Fix for libc) Sun RPC Library Integer Overflow in xdrmem_getbytes() May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Jan 7 2003   FreeBSD Kernel Integer Overflow May Let Local Users Deny Service, Gain Elevated Privileges, or View Files on the System
Oct 18 2002   Several IPSec Implementations Can Be Crashed By Remote Users Sending Specially Crafted Packets
Oct 7 2002   (FreeBSD Is Still Vulnerable) Re: BSD UNIX Kernel File Descriptor Processing Flaw May Let Local Users Write to Root Owned Files to Gain Root Privileges on the System
Sep 17 2002   Network File System (NFS) Flaw in Processing Zero-Length RPC Messages Allows Remote Users to Crash the System
Sep 16 2002   UNIX 'libkvm' Library May Let Local Users Access Kernel Memory and Potentially Gain Root Access Due to File Descriptor Leaks
Aug 19 2002   Several FreeBSD System Calls May Disclose Kernel Memory to Local Users When Supplied With Negative Integers
Aug 6 2002   FreeBSD Kernel Fast File System (FFS) May Let Local Users Read and Write Arbitrary Data to the Filesystem
Aug 6 2002   FreeBSD Operating System Kqueue State Error Lets Local Users Panic the System
Aug 2 2002   (FreeBSD Issues Fix) RPC Buffer Overflow in 'xdr_array' Filter Lets Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code with Root Privileges
Aug 1 2002   (FreeBSD Issues Fix) RPC Buffer Overflow in 'xdr_array' Filter Lets Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code with Root Privileges
Jul 31 2002   (A Variant of the Original Flaw is Reported) Re: BSD UNIX Kernel File Descriptor Processing Flaw May Let Local Users Write to Root Owned Files to Gain Root Privileges on the System
Jul 31 2002   (FreeBSD Issues Fix) 'pppd' Race Condition in Chmod() Call May Allow Local Users to Obtain Root Privileges on the System
Jul 31 2002   (FreeBSD Issues Revised Fix) BSD UNIX Kernel File Descriptor Processing Flaw May Let Local Users Write to Root Owned Files to Gain Root Privileges on the System
Jul 13 2002   (FreeBSD Issues Fix) BSD UNIX Kernel ktrace(2) Function Allows Local Users to Trace Processes With Elevated Privileges
Jun 27 2002   (FreeBSD Issues Fix) Libc Buffer Overflow in gethostnamadr() and getnetnamadr() Functions May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Jun 26 2002   Libc Buffer Overflow in gethostnamadr() and getnetnamadr() Functions May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
May 29 2002   FreeBSD /etc/rc Startup Script Unsafely Deletes Temporary Files When Booting, Allowing Local Users to Cause Arbitrary Directory Contents to Be Deleted
May 29 2002   FreeBSD Kernel Bug in 'accept_filtering()' Function Allows Remote Users to Cause Denial of Service Conditions
Apr 25 2002   FreeBSD Kernel Memory Map Bug in 'mmap()' and 'msync()' May Let Local Users Crash the System
Apr 17 2002   FreeBSD UNIX ICMP Implementation Lets Remote Users Cause the Kernel to Consume All Available Memory
Apr 16 2002   FreeBSD UNIX Kernel Flaw in Providing SYN Flood Protection Lets Remote Users Crash the Kernel With Valid TCP/IP Packets
Mar 21 2002   (NetBSD Issues Fix) Re: FreeBSD, NetBSD, and OpenBSD TCP Implementation Errors Fail to Reject TCP Broadcast Connection Requests from Remote Users
Mar 21 2002   (OpenBSD Issues Fix) Re: FreeBSD, NetBSD, and OpenBSD TCP Implementation Errors Fail to Reject TCP Broadcast Connection Requests from Remote Users
Mar 19 2002   FreeBSD, NetBSD, and OpenBSD TCP Implementation Errors Fail to Reject TCP Broadcast Connection Requests from Remote Users
Feb 6 2002   FreeBSD 'fstatfs' Race Condition May Let a Local User Crash the System
Jan 24 2002   FreeBSD Operating System Kernel Race Condition May Let a Local User Obtain Root Privileges on the Host
Jan 5 2002   FreeBSD pw(8) Password and Group Management Utility Has a Temporary File Access Control Error That May Allow Local Users to View the 'master.passwd' File Contents
Dec 10 2001   FreeBSD AIO Input/Output Routines May Allow Local Users to Execute Arbitrary Code With Elevated Privileges
Sep 12 2001   (SGI Issues Fix) Several FTP Server Implementations Allow Remote Users to Obtain Root-Level Privileges on the Server
Sep 8 2001   (FreeBSD Issues Revised Instructions) Fts Libc File Traversal Routines May Let Local Users Cause the Routines to Make Unauthorized Modification to or Removal of Files on the System
Sep 8 2001   (FreeBSD Issues Updated Fix) FreeBSD's rmuser User Management Script Discloses the Password File to Local Users
Sep 8 2001   (NetBSD Issues Fix) Fts Libc File Traversal Routines May Let Local Users Cause the Routines to Make Unauthorized Modification to or Removal of Files on the System
Sep 5 2001   FreeBSD's rmuser User Management Script Discloses the Password File to Local Users
Aug 27 2001   Tcp_wrappers on FreeBSD Fails to Perform PARANOID Host Name Checking in a Certain Configuration
Aug 23 2001   FreeBSD procfs Process Filesystem Discloses Sensitive Process Memory to Local Users
Aug 18 2001   Ipfw Firewall for FreeBSD May Unexpectedly Pass or Block Packets in Point-to-Point Configurations When Using 'me' Rules
Aug 7 2001   (Sun Issues Fix) Several FTP Server Implementations Allow Remote Users to Obtain Root-Level Privileges on the Server
Aug 7 2001   (FreeBSD Issues Revised Fix) FreeBSD Kernel May Allow Local Users to Obtain Root Level Privileges
Jul 19 2001   (HP Issues Fix) Several FTP Server Implementations Allow Remote Users to Obtain Root-Level Privileges on the Server
Jul 13 2001   Microsoft Windows 2000, Linux 2.4, NetBSD, FreeBSD, and OpenBSD May Let Remote Users Affect TCP Performance
Jul 11 2001   (CIAC Issues Advisory L-111) Re: FreeBSD Kernel May Allow Local Users to Obtain Root Level Privileges
Jul 10 2001   (Exploit Code is Provided) Re: FreeBSD Kernel May Allow Local Users to Obtain Root Level Privileges
Jul 10 2001   FreeBSD Kernel May Allow Local Users to Obtain Root Level Privileges
Jun 8 2001   Fts Libc File Traversal Routines May Let Local Users Cause the Routines to Make Unauthorized Modification to or Removal of Files on the System
Apr 20 2001   (FreeBSD Issues Revised Fix Instructions) Re: Several FTP Server Implementations Allow Remote Users to Obtain Root-Level Privileges on the Server
Apr 18 2001   (FreeBSD Releases Fix) Re: Several FTP Server Implementations Allow Remote Users to Obtain Root-Level Privileges on the Server
Apr 17 2001   (Exploit Code for FreeBSD) Re: Several FTP Server Implementations Allow Remote Users to Obtain Root-Level Privileges on the Server
Apr 17 2001   (Exploit Code for OpenBSD) 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   Several FTP Server Implementations Allow Remote Users to Obtain Root-Level Privileges on the Server


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