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IDCVSSSummaryLast (major) updatePublished
CVE-2017-2619 6.0
Samba before versions 4.6.1, 4.5.7 and 4.4.11 are vulnerable to a malicious client using a symlink race to allow access to areas of the server file system not exported under the share definition.
09-10-2019 - 23:26 12-03-2018 - 15:29
CVE-2017-12163 4.8
An information leak flaw was found in the way SMB1 protocol was implemented by Samba before 4.4.16, 4.5.x before 4.5.14, and 4.6.x before 4.6.8. A malicious client could use this flaw to dump server memory contents to a file on the samba share or to
09-10-2019 - 23:22 26-07-2018 - 16:29
CVE-2017-9461 6.8
smbd in Samba before 4.4.10 and 4.5.x before 4.5.6 has a denial of service vulnerability (fd_open_atomic infinite loop with high CPU usage and memory consumption) due to wrongly handling dangling symlinks.
03-10-2019 - 00:03 06-06-2017 - 21:29
CVE-2018-10858 6.5
A heap-buffer overflow was found in the way samba clients processed extra long filename in a directory listing. A malicious samba server could use this flaw to cause arbitrary code execution on a samba client. Samba versions before 4.6.16, 4.7.9 and
26-06-2019 - 08:15 22-08-2018 - 17:29
CVE-2016-2119 6.8
libcli/smb/smbXcli_base.c in Samba 4.x before 4.2.14, 4.3.x before 4.3.11, and 4.4.x before 4.4.5 allows man-in-the-middle attackers to bypass a client-signing protection mechanism, and consequently spoof SMB2 and SMB3 servers, via the (1) SMB2_SESSI
21-10-2018 - 10:29 07-07-2016 - 15:59
CVE-2017-15275 5.0
Samba before 4.7.3 might allow remote attackers to obtain sensitive information by leveraging failure of the server to clear allocated heap memory.
21-10-2018 - 10:29 27-11-2017 - 22:29
CVE-2015-5330 5.0
ldb before 1.1.24, as used in the AD LDAP server in Samba 4.x before 4.1.22, 4.2.x before 4.2.7, and 4.3.x before 4.3.3, mishandles string lengths, which allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information from daemon heap memory by sending craft
31-12-2016 - 02:59 29-12-2015 - 22:59
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