|ID||CVSS||Summary||Last (major) update||Published|
Multiple cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities in freePBX 2.2.x allow remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via the (1) From, (2) To, (3) Call-ID, (4) User-Agent, and unspecified other SIP protocol fields, which are stored in /
|29-07-2017 - 01:31||24-04-2007 - 17:19|
lpr on SunOS 4.1.1, BSD 4.3, A/UX 2.0.1, and other BSD-based operating systems allows local users to create or overwrite arbitrary files via a symlink attack that is triggered after invoking lpr 1000 times.
|05-09-2008 - 20:18||31-12-1999 - 05:00|
Vulnerability in BSD Telnet client with encryption and Kerberos 4 authentication allows remote attackers to decrypt the session via sniffing.
|05-09-2008 - 20:18||03-03-1995 - 05:00|
The asynchronous I/O facility in 4.4 BSD kernel does not check user credentials when setting the recipient of I/O notification, which allows local users to cause a denial of service by using certain ioctl and fcntl calls to cause the signal to be sen
|10-10-2017 - 01:29||15-09-1997 - 04:00|
Buffer overflow in BSD line printer daemon (in.lpd or lpd) in various BSD-based operating systems allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via an incomplete print job followed by a request to display the printer queue.
|10-10-2017 - 01:29||03-10-2001 - 04:00|
The TCP implementation in (1) Linux, (2) platforms based on BSD Unix, (3) Microsoft Windows, (4) Cisco products, and probably other operating systems allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (connection queue exhaustion) via multiple vect
|30-04-2019 - 14:27||20-10-2008 - 17:59|
Buffer overflow in passwd in BSD based operating systems 4.3 and earlier allows local users to gain root privileges by specifying a long shell or GECOS field.
|05-09-2008 - 20:19||01-01-1989 - 05:00|
The TCP stack in 4.3BSD Net/2, as used in FreeBSD 5.4, NetBSD possibly 2.0, and OpenBSD possibly 3.6, does not properly implement the session timer, which allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (resource consumption) via crafted packets
|12-12-2014 - 20:28||12-12-2014 - 03:03|
BSD 4.4 based operating systems, when running at security level 1, allow the root user to clear the immutable and append-only flags for files by unmounting the file system and using a file system editor such as fsdb to directly modify the file throug
|18-10-2016 - 02:03||02-07-1999 - 04:00|