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#Vulnerabilities 169
Date Id Summary Products Score Patch Annotated
2024-07-01 CVE-2024-6387 A security regression (CVE-2006-5051) was discovered in OpenSSH's server (sshd). There is a race condition which can lead to sshd to handle some signals in an unsafe manner. An unauthenticated, remote attacker may be able to trigger it by failing to authenticate within a set time period. Linux_2023, Ubuntu_linux, Debian_linux, Freebsd, E\-Series_santricity_os_controller, Ontap_select_deploy_administration_utility, Ontap_tools, Netbsd, Openssh, Enterprise_linux, Enterprise_linux_eus, Enterprise_linux_for_arm_64, Enterprise_linux_for_arm_64_eus, Enterprise_linux_for_ibm_z_systems, Enterprise_linux_for_ibm_z_systems_eus, Enterprise_linux_for_power_little_endian, Enterprise_linux_for_power_little_endian_eus, Enterprise_linux_server_aus, Openshift_container_platform, Linux_enterprise_micro 8.1
2006-11-29 CVE-2006-6165 in FreeBSD, NetBSD, and possibly other BSD distributions does not remove certain harmful environment variables, which allows local users to gain privileges by passing certain environment variables to loading processes. NOTE: this issue has been disputed by a third party, stating that it is the responsibility of the application to properly sanitize the environment Freebsd, Netbsd N/A
2006-12-08 CVE-2006-6397 Integer overflow in banner/banner.c in FreeBSD, NetBSD, and OpenBSD might allow local users to modify memory via a long banner. NOTE: CVE and multiple third parties dispute this issue. Since banner is not setuid, an exploit would not cross privilege boundaries in normal operations. This issue is not a vulnerability Freebsd, Netbsd, Openbsd N/A
2011-05-16 CVE-2011-0419 Stack consumption vulnerability in the fnmatch implementation in apr_fnmatch.c in the Apache Portable Runtime (APR) library before 1.4.3 and the Apache HTTP Server before 2.2.18, and in fnmatch.c in libc in NetBSD 5.1, OpenBSD 4.8, FreeBSD, Apple Mac OS X 10.6, Oracle Solaris 10, and Android, allows context-dependent attackers to cause a denial of service (CPU and memory consumption) via *? sequences in the first argument, as demonstrated by attacks against mod_autoindex in httpd. Http_server, Portable_runtime, Mac_os_x, Debian_linux, Freebsd, Android, Netbsd, Openbsd, Solaris, Linux_enterprise_server N/A
2003-03-07 CVE-2002-1337 Buffer overflow in Sendmail 5.79 to 8.12.7 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via certain formatted address fields, related to sender and recipient header comments as processed by the crackaddr function of headers.c. Linux, Alphaserver_sc, Hp\-Ux, Netbsd, Solaris, Sendmail, Sunos, Bsdos, Platform_sa N/A
1997-02-06 CVE-1999-0046 Buffer overflow of rlogin program using TERM environmental variable. Bsd_os, Debian_linux, Ultrix, Freebsd, Hp\-Ux, Aix, Netbsd, Nextstep, Solaris, Sunos N/A
2003-08-27 CVE-2003-0466 Off-by-one error in the fb_realpath() function, as derived from the realpath function in BSD, may allow attackers to execute arbitrary code, as demonstrated in wu-ftpd 2.5.0 through 2.6.2 via commands that cause pathnames of length MAXPATHLEN+1 to trigger a buffer overflow, including (1) STOR, (2) RETR, (3) APPE, (4) DELE, (5) MKD, (6) RMD, (7) STOU, or (8) RNTO. Mac_os_x, Mac_os_x_server, Freebsd, Netbsd, Openbsd, Wu_ftpd, Solaris, Wu\-Ftpd 9.8
2002-12-31 CVE-2002-1915 tip on multiple BSD-based operating systems allows local users to cause a denial of service (execution prevention) by using flock() to lock the /var/log/acculog file. Freebsd, Netbsd, Openbsd 5.5
1999-09-05 CVE-2000-0489 FreeBSD, NetBSD, and OpenBSD allow an attacker to cause a denial of service by creating a large number of socket pairs using the socketpair function, setting a large buffer size via setsockopt, then writing large buffers. Freebsd, Netbsd, Openbsd N/A
2008-09-11 CVE-2008-2464 The mld_input function in sys/netinet6/mld6.c in the kernel in NetBSD 4.0, FreeBSD, and KAME, when INET6 is enabled, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (divide-by-zero error and panic) via a malformed ICMPv6 Multicast Listener Discovery (MLD) query with a certain Maximum Response Delay value. Freebsd, Kame, Netbsd N/A