This might be proprietary software.
|2008-10-20||CVE-2008-4609||The TCP implementation in (1) Linux, (2) platforms based on BSD Unix, (3) Microsoft Windows, (4) Cisco products, and probably other operating systems allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (connection queue exhaustion) via multiple vectors that manipulate information in the TCP state table, as demonstrated by sockstress.||Bsd, Bsd_os, Ios, Dragonflybsd, Freebsd, Linux_kernel, Windows_2000, Windows_2003_server, Windows_286, Windows_386, Windows_95, Windows_98, Windows_98se, Windows_9x, Windows_ce, Windows_me, Windows_mobile, Windows_nt, Windows_server_2008, Windows_vista, Windows_xp, Midnightbsd, Netbsd, Netbsd_current, Openbsd, Trustedbsd||N/A|
|2006-11-21||CVE-2006-6013||Integer signedness error in the fw_ioctl (FW_IOCTL) function in the FireWire (IEEE-1394) drivers (dev/firewire/fwdev.c) in various BSD kernels, including DragonFlyBSD, FreeBSD 5.5, MidnightBSD 0.1-CURRENT before 20061115, NetBSD-current before 20061116, NetBSD-4 before 20061203, and TrustedBSD, allows local users to read arbitrary memory contents via certain negative values of crom_buf->len in an FW_GCROM command. NOTE: this issue has been labeled as an integer overflow, but it is more like...||Dragonflybsd, Freebsd, Midnightbsd, Netbsd, Trustedbsd||N/A|
|2005-05-02||CVE-2005-0708||The sendfile system call in FreeBSD 4.8 through 4.11 and 5 through 5.4 can transfer portions of kernel memory if a file is truncated while it is being sent, which could allow remote attackers to obtain sensitive information.||Dragonflybsd, Freebsd||N/A|