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:
Solaris: denial of service of PKCS11
An attacker can create a denial of service in the PKCS#11 implementation of Solaris...
NetWare: access to ApacheAdmin
An attacker can connect to the Apache Admin console without entering a password...
Linux kernel: privilege elevation via inotify
A local attacker can use inotify and umount in order to obtain system privileges...
PHP 5: several vulnerabilities
An attacker can use several vulnerabilities of PHP in order to create a denial of service or to execute code...
SquirrelMail: Cross Site Scripting
An attacker can send a HTML mail in order to create a Cross Site Scripting in the web browser of victims reading this email with SquirrelMail...
VMware: memory corruption
An attacker located in a guest system can create a denial of service or execute code on the host system...
HP-UX: denial of service via ELF
A local attacker can run a malicious program in order to stop the system...
Perl: vulnerabilities of File-Path-rmtree
Two vulnerabilities of File::Path::rmtree() can be used by a local attacker to create a suid file or to delete a file...
Java JDK/JRE/SDK: several vulnerabilities
Several vulnerabilities were announced in Java JDK/JRE/SDK...
TrueCrypt: several vulnerabilities
Several vulnerabilities were announced in TrueCrypt...
Linux: privilege elevation via login
A local attacker member of the utmp group can obtain the root privilege...
Microsoft OCS: denial of service via SIP
An attacker can send SIP INVITE queries in order to create a denial of service in Microsoft Office Communications Server...
ClamAV: denials of service
An attacker can generate two denials of service on ClamAV...
WebSphere AS 6.1.0: several vulnerabilities
Several vulnerabilities of WebSphere AS can be used to attack the service...
CUPS: integer overflow via PNG
An attacker can print a malicious PNG image in order to generate an integer overflow in CUPS leading to a denial of service or to code execution...
VLC media player: integer overflow of RealMedia
An attacker can invite the victim to open a malicious RealMedia file with the VLC media player in order to execute code on his computer...
Linux kernel: denial of service of sendmsg
A local attacker can use the sendmsg() function in order to stop the system...
PHP: file truncation via dba_replace
A local attacker can use the dba_replace() function to empty a file...
Samba: memory fragment reading
An attacker authenticated on Samba can use specific commands to obtains memory fragments from the daemon...
AIX: privilege elevations
A local attacker can use several AIX vulnerabilities in order to elevate his privileges...
FreeBSD: predictability of arc4random
During five minutes after the boot, the FreeBSD kernel uses predictable random bytes...
802.11: packet injection via WPA TKIP
A vulnerability of the WPA TKIP protocol can be used by an attacker to decode an ARP query and to inject 7 packets...
Kaspersky AV: altering its files
A virus can alter files of Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2009...
PHP: bypassing safe_mode via error_log
A local attacker can use error_log in order to create a file in a forbidden directory...
imlib2: memory corruption via XPM
An attacker can create a malicious XPM image in order to corrupt the memory of applications linked with imlib2...
Ruby on Rails: HTTP injection
An attacker can inject data in the HTTP stream generated by Ruby on Rails...
Linux kernel: denial of service of libertas
An attacker can send a long WiFi answer in order to stop systems with a Libertas device...
Dovecot: bypassing access restrictions
An attacker can bypass access restrictions set by the ACL plugin of Dovecot...

   

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