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Vulnerabilities of Novell Linux Desktop
Novell Linux Desktop vulnerability: denial of service via rdata null
An attacker can use a zone containing an empty record, in order to stop a recursive DNS server, or to obtain fragments of its memory.
Novell Linux Desktop vulnerability: several vulnerabilities
An attacker can invite the victim to display a document using a malicious font with an application linked to FreeType, in order to execute code on his computer.
Novell Linux Desktop vulnerability: buffer overflow of telnetd
A remote unauthenticated attacker can generate a buffer overflow in the telnetd daemon of MIT krb5-appl, in order to stop it, or to execute code.
Novell Linux Desktop vulnerability: hash collision
When the user has a password containing 8 bit characters, the Blowfish hashing algorithm of crypt() generates an invalid hash, which is potentially faster to find with a brute force.
Novell Linux Desktop vulnerability: two vulnerabilities of SWAT
An attacker can use two vulnerabilities of Samba Web Administration Tool, in order to create a Cross Site Request Forgery and a Cross Site Scripting.
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