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IDCVSSSummaryLast (major) updatePublished
CVE-2011-1549 6.3
The default configuration of logrotate on Gentoo Linux uses root privileges to process files in directories that permit non-root write access, which allows local users to conduct symlink and hard link attacks by leveraging logrotate's lack of support
21-04-2011 - 02:33 30-03-2011 - 22:55
CVE-2011-1548 6.3
The default configuration of logrotate on Debian GNU/Linux uses root privileges to process files in directories that permit non-root write access, which allows local users to conduct symlink and hard link attacks by leveraging logrotate's lack of sup
21-04-2011 - 02:33 30-03-2011 - 22:55
CVE-2011-1155 1.9
The writeState function in logrotate.c in logrotate 3.7.9 and earlier might allow context-dependent attackers to cause a denial of service (rotation outage) via a (1) \n (newline) or (2) \ (backslash) character in a log filename, as demonstrated by a
21-04-2011 - 02:33 30-03-2011 - 22:55
CVE-2011-1154 6.9
The shred_file function in logrotate.c in logrotate 3.7.9 and earlier might allow context-dependent attackers to execute arbitrary commands via shell metacharacters in a log filename, as demonstrated by a filename that is automatically constructed on
21-04-2011 - 02:33 30-03-2011 - 22:55
CVE-2011-1098 1.9
Race condition in the createOutputFile function in logrotate.c in logrotate 3.7.9 and earlier allows local users to read log data by opening a file before the intended permissions are in place.
21-04-2011 - 02:33 30-03-2011 - 22:55
CVE-2011-1550 6.3
The default configuration of logrotate on SUSE openSUSE Factory uses root privileges to process files in directories that permit non-root write access, which allows local users to conduct symlink and hard link attacks by leveraging logrotate's lack o
07-04-2011 - 04:00 30-03-2011 - 22:55
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