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:
CiscoWorks CS: Cross Site Scripting
An attacker can create a Cross Site Scripting attack in CiscoWorks Common Services...
OpenOffice, HSQLDB: Java code execution
An attacker can create a malicious database in order to execute code with rights of victim...
avast: memory corruption via tar
An attacker can create a malicious tar archive in order to execute code when it is unpacked by avast...
Apache httpd: Cross Site Scripting via 413
A potential vulnerability affect 413 error pages returned by Apache httpd...
IE: vulnerabilities of several ActiveX of December 2007
Several ActiveX permit a remote attacker to generate a denial of service or to execute code...
Squid: denial of service during cache update
An attacker with a Squid account and a web server can stop the proxy...
Solaris: denial of service via lx
When a Linux branded zone is installed on a 64 bits system, a local attacker can panic it...
Mozilla, Firefox: local filename reading
An attacker can create a special page, then invite user to press keys and a button, to upload a file...
Asterisk: SQL injections
An attacker can inject SQL queries via two vulnerabilities of Asterisk...
Linux kernel: buffer overflow of isdn_net_setcfg
A local attacker can elevate his privileges via an overflow of the isdn_net_setcfg() function...
rsync: access to files
Two rsync vulnerabilities permit an authenticated attacker to bypass file access restrictions...
Solaris: denial of service via fcp and devfs
A local attacker can create a denial of service by using simultaneously fcp and devfs...
OpenSSL FIPS Object Module: predictability of random generator
The pseudo-random generator of OpenSSL FIPS Object Module is partially predictable...
FreeBSD: predictibility of random and urandom
An error in the /dev/random or /dev/urandom pseudo-random generator permits an attacker to predict sequences...
Lotus Notes: incorrect permissions under Linux
Permissions of the installer program for Lotus Notes 8 for Linux permit a local attacker to alter files...
ht-Dig: Cross Site Scripting
An attacker can use an Cross Site Scripting attack on ht://Dig...
OpenView NNM: Cross Site Scripting
An attacker can use a Cross Site Scripting attack on HP OpenView Network Node Manager...
cairo: integer overflow
An attacker can create a malicious PNG image in order to create an overflow during its import in cairo...
OpenBSD: denial of service of pf
An attacker can send sequences of packets in order to progressively use all memory on the system...
Solaris: denial of service of rpcmod
A local attacker can create a denial of service when the rpcmod kernel module is loaded...
Lotus Notes: buffer overflow via Lotus 1-2-3
An attacker can create a malicious Lotus 1-2-3 document in order to execute code on computers of victims opening it with Lotus Notes...
Firefox, Seamonkey: several vulnerabilities
Several vulnerabilities were announced in Firefox and Seamonkey, the worst one leading to code execution...
QuickTime: command execution via RTSP
An attacker can create a malicious RTSP stream, leading to code execution when it is opened in QuickTime...
Wireshark: several vulnerabilities
Several vulnerabilities of Wireshark permit a remote attacker to create a denial of service...
WebSphere AS 6.1.0: several vulnerabilities
Several vulnerabilities of WebSphere AS permit an attacker to obtain information, to create denial of service or to attack the service...
phpMyAdmin: Cross Site Scripting of convcharset
An attacker can create a Cross Site Scripting attack in phpMyAdmin...
Cacti: SQL injection
An attacker can use a malicious url in order to execute SQL commands in Cacti...

   

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