|ID||CVSS||Summary||Last (major) update||Published|
Delegate proxy 5.9.3 and earlier creates files and directories in the DGROOT with world-writable permissions.
|18-10-2016 - 02:03||21-07-1999 - 04:00|
The DNS implementation in DeleGate 8.10.2 and earlier allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service via a compressed DNS packet with a label length byte with an incorrect offset, which could trigger an infinite loop.
|05-09-2008 - 20:45||31-12-2005 - 05:00|
Multiple buffer overflows in DeleGate before 8.11.1 may allow attackers to cause a denial of service or execute arbitrary code, possibly due to "overflows on arrays."
|11-07-2017 - 01:32||02-05-2005 - 04:00|
|18-10-2016 - 02:14||28-12-2001 - 05:00|
Multiple buffer overflows in DeleGate 7.7.0 through 7.8.1 allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code, as demonstrated using a long USER command to the POP proxy.
|11-07-2017 - 01:29||31-12-2002 - 05:00|
Multiple implementations of the DNS protocol, including (1) Poslib 1.0.2-1 and earlier as used by Posadis, (2) Axis Network products before firmware 3.13, and (3) Men & Mice Suite 2.2x before 2.2.3 and 3.5.x before 3.5.2, allow remote attackers to ca
|11-07-2017 - 01:30||31-12-2004 - 05:00|
Buffer overflow in the ssl_prcert function in the SSLway filter (sslway.c) for DeleGate 8.9.2 and earlier allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a certificate with a long (1) subject or (2) issuer name field.
|11-07-2017 - 01:31||06-05-2004 - 04:00|
Multiple unspecified vulnerabilities in DeleGate 9.x before 9.0.6 and 8.x before 8.11.6 allow remote attackers to cause a denial of service via crafted DNS responses messages that cause (1) a buffer over-read or (2) infinite recursion, which can trig
|20-07-2017 - 01:31||27-04-2006 - 22:02|
DeleGate 9.9.13 allows local users to gain privileges as demonstrated by the dgcpnod setuid program.
|15-01-2020 - 15:15||15-01-2020 - 15:15|