Vulnerabilities of SquidSquid vulnerability: buffer overflow via httpMakeVaryMark
An attacker, who is located on both sides of the Squid proxy, can use the HTTP Vary header, in order to trigger a buffer overflow, leading to a denial of service, and possibly to code execution.Squid vulnerability: memory leaks in cachemgr.cgi
An attacker can send inconsistent requests to cachemgr.cgi, in order to make it allocate too much memory and eventually halt.Squid vulnerability: obtaining users' passwords
An attacker can create a malicious web site, and invite a Squid user to connect to this site, in order to obtain his basic authentication data.Squid vulnerability: denial of service via FTP
A malicious FTP server can interrupt a session, in order to stop Squid.Squid vulnerability: buffer overflow of gopherToHTML
An attacker can return a malicious Gopher reply, in order to create a buffer overflow in the gopherToHTML() function.Display other vulnerabilities of Squid described by Vigil@nce...
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