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IDCVSSSummaryLast (major) updatePublished
CVE-2010-0097 4.3
ISC BIND 9.0.x through 9.3.x, 9.4 before 9.4.3-P5, 9.5 before 9.5.2-P2, 9.6 before 9.6.1-P3, and 9.7.0 beta does not properly validate DNSSEC (1) NSEC and (2) NSEC3 records, which allows remote attackers to add the Authenticated Data (AD) flag to a f
06-12-2016 - 21:59 22-01-2010 - 17:00
CVE-2003-0822 7.5
Buffer overflow in the debug functionality in fp30reg.dll of Microsoft FrontPage Server Extensions (FPSE) 2000 and 2002 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted chunked encoded request.
17-10-2016 - 22:37 15-12-2003 - 00:00
CVE-2010-2166 9.3
Adobe Flash Player before 9.0.277.0 and 10.x before 10.1.53.64, and Adobe AIR before 2.0.2.12610, allows attackers to cause a denial of service (memory corruption) or possibly execute arbitrary code via unspecified vectors, a different vulnerability
02-11-2013 - 22:59 15-06-2010 - 14:00
CVE-2009-0777 5.8
Mozilla Firefox before 3.0.7, Thunderbird before 2.0.0.21, and SeaMonkey before 1.1.15 decode invisible characters when they are displayed in the location bar, which causes an incorrect address to be displayed and makes it easier for remote attackers
05-01-2012 - 00:00 04-03-2009 - 21:30
CVE-2009-4143 10.0
PHP before 5.2.12 does not properly handle session data, which has unspecified impact and attack vectors related to (1) interrupt corruption of the SESSION superglobal array and (2) the session.save_path directive.
18-07-2011 - 22:31 21-12-2009 - 11:30
CVE-2009-4863 9.3
Stack-based buffer overflow in UltraPlayer Media Player 2.112 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a long string in a .usk file.
21-08-2010 - 01:38 11-05-2010 - 08:02
CVE-2008-0015 9.3
Stack-based buffer overflow in the CComVariant::ReadFromStream function in the Active Template Library (ATL), as used in the MPEG2TuneRequest ActiveX control in msvidctl.dll in DirectShow, in Microsoft Windows 2000 SP4, XP SP2 and SP3, Server 2003 SP
21-08-2010 - 01:15 07-07-2009 - 19:30
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