The Vigil@nce team watches public vulnerabilities impacting your computers, and then offers security solutions, a vigilance database and tools to fix them.
History of vulnerabilities analyzed by Vigil@nce:
OpenOffice: memory corruption via a RTF file
An attacker can create a malicious RTF file and invite victim to open it in order to execute code on his computer...
Windows: vulnerability of Win32 API
An attacker can execute code via a vulnerability of Win32 API...
OE, Windows Mail: several vulnerabilities
Several vulnerabilities of Outlook Express or Windows Mail lead to information disclosure or to code execution...
IE: several vulnerabilities
Several vulnerabilities of Internet Explorer lead to code execution...
Vista: information disclosure
A local attacker can access to some information contained in the registry and on filesystem...
Windows: memory corruption via Secure Channel
An attacker can alter one byte in memory via SSL, leading to a denial of service or to code execution...
Microsoft Visio: code execution
An attacker can create a malicious Visio document in order to execute code on computer of victim opening this document...
Windows CE 4.2: several vulnerabilities
Several error affecting Windows CE can have an impact on security...
Kaspersky Anti-Virus: denial of service via NtOpenProcess
A local attacker can use a malicious parameter to NtOpenProcess() in order to stop system...
Windows CE 5, 6: several vulnerabilities
Several error affecting Windows CE can have an impact on security...
RHEL: incorrect owner via pam_console
When two users use the console, permissions are not correctly restored when their sessions end...
WinPT: truncated display of keys
The display of WinPT keys can be truncated, which can mislead the victim...
Lotus Domino: denial of service via MIME
An attacker can create an email containing malicious MIME data leading to a denial of service in messaging server of Domino...
NetWare: password disclosure of NMAS
A local attacker can read the password used by NMASINST...
lighttpd: denials of service
An attacker can generate two denials of service in lighttpd...
Linux kernel: denial of service of SCTP
An attacker can stop kernel by sending a SCTP packet...
Linux kernel: information disclosure via cpuset
A local attacker can read fragments of memory using cpuset...
Linux kernel: entropy weaknesses
Two weaknesses affect the entropy handling in random generator...
sudo: privilege elevation via Kerberos
In some cases, a local attacker allowed to run sudo can elevate his privileges...
MPlayer: buffer overflow via cddb
An attacker can generate several overflows in the stream_cddb.c file of MPlayer...
Solaris: system access via SMC authentication
An attacker can access system as root via a vulnerability of the authentication feature of Solaris Management Console...
Solaris: system access via SMC logging
An attacker can access system as root via a vulnerability of the logging feature of Solaris Management Console...
Symantec AV, Reporting Server: two vulnerabilities
Two vulnerabilities can be exploited on Symantec Reporting Server...
CA Anti-Virus, eTrust: buffer overflows of CAB
An attacker can create a malicious CAB archive in order to generate two overflows in Computer Associates antiviruses...
lha: file corruption
An attacker can create a symbolic link in order to force creation of a file with rights of lha users...
Firefox: bypassing confirmation delays
An attacker can alter the display in order to bypass confirmation delays...
Firefox: code injection in an IFRAME
An attacker can inject Javascript code in the IFRAME of another web site...
IE: address bar spoofing
An attacker can spoof the address bar content...
IE: javascript code execution
An attacker can execute Javascript code in the context of another web site...

   

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