|ID||CVSS||Summary||Last (major) update||Published|
npppd in the PPP Access Concentrator (PPPAC) on SEIL SEIL/x86 Fuji routers 1.00 through 3.30, SEIL/X1 routers 3.50 through 4.70, SEIL/X2 routers 3.50 through 4.70, and SEIL/B1 routers 3.50 through 4.70 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of ser
|04-03-2015 - 12:20||27-02-2015 - 21:59|
Buffer overflow in the PPP Access Concentrator (PPPAC) on the SEIL/x86 with firmware 1.00 through 1.61, SEIL/B1 with firmware 1.00 through 3.11, SEIL/X1 with firmware 1.00 through 3.11, SEIL/X2 with firmware 1.00 through 3.11, SEIL/Turbo with firmwar
|10-03-2011 - 22:50||01-03-2011 - 18:00|
Buffer overflow in the URL filtering function in Internet Initiative Japan SEIL/X1, SEIL/X2, and SEIL/B1 firmware 2.40 through 2.51 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via unspecified vectors.
|22-12-2010 - 15:46||10-12-2009 - 18:30|
Internet Initiative Japan SEIL/X1, SEIL/X2, and SEIL/B1 firmware 2.30 through 2.51, when NAT is enabled, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (system restart) via crafted GRE packets.
|22-12-2010 - 15:42||10-12-2009 - 18:30|
The IPv6 Unicast Reverse Path Forwarding (RPF) implementation on the SEIL/X1, SEIL/X2, and SEIL/B1 routers with firmware 1.00 through 2.73, when strict mode is used, does not properly drop packets, which might allow remote attackers to bypass intende
|08-09-2010 - 01:48||30-08-2010 - 16:00|