This might be proprietary software.
|2019-11-26||CVE-2011-3632||Hardlink before 0.1.2 operates on full file system objects path names which can allow a local attacker to use this flaw to conduct symlink attacks.||Debian_linux, Hardlink, Enterprise_linux||N/A|
|2019-11-26||CVE-2011-3631||Hardlink before 0.1.2 has multiple integer overflows leading to heap-based buffer overflows because of the way string lengths concatenation is done in the calculation of the required memory space to be used. A remote attacker could provide a specially-crafted directory tree and trick the local user into consolidating it, leading to hardlink executable crash or potentially arbitrary code execution with user privileges.||Debian_linux, Hardlink, Enterprise_linux||N/A|
|2019-11-26||CVE-2011-3630||Hardlink before 0.1.2 suffer from multiple stack-based buffer overflow flaws because of the way directory trees with deeply nested directories are processed. A remote attacker could provide a specially-crafted directory tree, and trick the local user into consolidating it, leading to hardlink executable crash, or, potentially arbitrary code execution with the privileges of the user running the hardlink executable.||Debian_linux, Hardlink, Enterprise_linux||N/A|