Product:

Solaris

(Oracle)
Date Id Summary Products Score Patch Annotated
2022-01-19 CVE-2022-21375 Vulnerability in the Oracle Solaris product of Oracle Systems (component: Kernel). The supported version that is affected is 11. Easily exploitable vulnerability allows low privileged attacker with logon to the infrastructure where Oracle Solaris executes to compromise Oracle Solaris. Successful attacks of this vulnerability can result in unauthorized ability to cause a hang or frequently repeatable crash (complete DOS) of Oracle Solaris. CVSS 3.1 Base Score 5.5 (Availability impacts). CVSS... Solaris 5.5
2020-01-16 CVE-2020-7044 In Wireshark 3.2.x before 3.2.1, the WASSP dissector could crash. This was addressed in epan/dissectors/packet-wassp.c by using >= and <= to resolve off-by-one errors. Fedora, Leap, Solaris, Zfs_storage_appliance_kit, Wireshark 7.5
2014-04-15 CVE-2013-5704 The mod_headers module in the Apache HTTP Server 2.2.22 allows remote attackers to bypass "RequestHeader unset" directives by placing a header in the trailer portion of data sent with chunked transfer coding. NOTE: the vendor states "this is not a security issue in httpd as such." Http_server, Mac_os_x, Mac_os_x_server, Ubuntu_linux, Enterprise_manager_ops_center, Http_server, Linux, Solaris, Enterprise_linux_desktop, Enterprise_linux_eus, Enterprise_linux_server, Enterprise_linux_server_aus, Enterprise_linux_server_tus, Enterprise_linux_workstation, Jboss_enterprise_web_server N/A
2020-03-12 CVE-2020-10108 In Twisted Web through 19.10.0, there was an HTTP request splitting vulnerability. When presented with two content-length headers, it ignored the first header. When the second content-length value was set to zero, the request body was interpreted as a pipelined request. Ubuntu_linux, Debian_linux, Fedora, Solaris, Zfs_storage_appliance_kit, Twisted 9.8
2022-01-19 CVE-2022-21263 Vulnerability in the Oracle Solaris product of Oracle Systems (component: Fault Management Architecture). The supported version that is affected is 11. Easily exploitable vulnerability allows low privileged attacker with logon to the infrastructure where Oracle Solaris executes to compromise Oracle Solaris. Successful attacks require human interaction from a person other than the attacker. Successful attacks of this vulnerability can result in unauthorized update, insert or delete access to... Solaris 4.8
2022-01-19 CVE-2022-21298 Vulnerability in the Oracle Solaris product of Oracle Systems (component: Install). The supported version that is affected is 11. Easily exploitable vulnerability allows low privileged attacker with logon to the infrastructure where Oracle Solaris executes to compromise Oracle Solaris. Successful attacks require human interaction from a person other than the attacker. Successful attacks of this vulnerability can result in unauthorized update, insert or delete access to some of Oracle Solaris... Solaris 3.9
2018-01-04 CVE-2017-5753 Systems with microprocessors utilizing speculative execution and branch prediction may allow unauthorized disclosure of information to an attacker with local user access via a side-channel analysis. Cortex\-A12_firmware, Cortex\-A15_firmware, Cortex\-A17_firmware, Cortex\-A57_firmware, Cortex\-A72_firmware, Cortex\-A73_firmware, Cortex\-A75_firmware, Cortex\-A76_firmware, Cortex\-A77_firmware, Cortex\-A78_firmware, Cortex\-A78ae_firmware, Cortex\-A8_firmware, Cortex\-A9_firmware, Cortex\-R7_firmware, Cortex\-R8_firmware, Cortex\-X1_firmware, Neoverse_n1_firmware, Neoverse_n2_firmware, Ubuntu_linux, Debian_linux, Atom_c, Atom_e, Atom_x3, Atom_x5\-E3930, Atom_x5\-E3940, Atom_x7\-E3950, Atom_z, Celeron_j, Celeron_n, Core_i3, Core_i5, Core_i7, Core_m, Core_m3, Core_m5, Core_m7, Pentium_j, Pentium_n, Xeon, Xeon_bronze_3104, Xeon_bronze_3106, Xeon_e3, Xeon_e3_1105c_v2, Xeon_e3_1125c, Xeon_e3_1125c_v2, Xeon_e3_1220, Xeon_e3_12201, Xeon_e3_12201_v2, Xeon_e3_1220_v2, Xeon_e3_1220_v3, Xeon_e3_1220_v5, Xeon_e3_1220_v6, Xeon_e3_1220l_v3, Xeon_e3_1225, Xeon_e3_1225_v2, Xeon_e3_1225_v3, Xeon_e3_1225_v5, Xeon_e3_1225_v6, Xeon_e3_1226_v3, Xeon_e3_1230, Xeon_e3_1230_v2, Xeon_e3_1230_v3, Xeon_e3_1230_v5, Xeon_e3_1230_v6, Xeon_e3_1230l_v3, Xeon_e3_1231_v3, Xeon_e3_1235, Xeon_e3_1235l_v5, Xeon_e3_1240, Xeon_e3_1240_v2, Xeon_e3_1240_v3, Xeon_e3_1240_v5, Xeon_e3_1240_v6, Xeon_e3_1240l_v3, Xeon_e3_1240l_v5, Xeon_e3_1241_v3, Xeon_e3_1245, Xeon_e3_1245_v2, Xeon_e3_1245_v3, Xeon_e3_1245_v5, Xeon_e3_1245_v6, Xeon_e3_1246_v3, Xeon_e3_1258l_v4, Xeon_e3_1260l, Xeon_e3_1260l_v5, Xeon_e3_1265l_v2, Xeon_e3_1265l_v3, Xeon_e3_1265l_v4, Xeon_e3_1268l_v3, Xeon_e3_1268l_v5, Xeon_e3_1270, Xeon_e3_1270_v2, Xeon_e3_1270_v3, Xeon_e3_1270_v5, Xeon_e3_1270_v6, Xeon_e3_1271_v3, Xeon_e3_1275, Xeon_e3_1275_v2, Xeon_e3_1275_v3, Xeon_e3_1275_v5, Xeon_e3_1275_v6, Xeon_e3_1275l_v3, Xeon_e3_1276_v3, Xeon_e3_1278l_v4, Xeon_e3_1280, Xeon_e3_1280_v2, Xeon_e3_1280_v3, Xeon_e3_1280_v5, Xeon_e3_1280_v6, Xeon_e3_1281_v3, Xeon_e3_1285_v3, Xeon_e3_1285_v4, Xeon_e3_1285_v6, Xeon_e3_1285l_v3, Xeon_e3_1285l_v4, Xeon_e3_1286_v3, Xeon_e3_1286l_v3, Xeon_e3_1290, Xeon_e3_1290_v2, Xeon_e3_1501l_v6, Xeon_e3_1501m_v6, Xeon_e3_1505l_v5, Xeon_e3_1505l_v6, Xeon_e3_1505m_v5, Xeon_e5, Xeon_e5_1428l, Xeon_e5_1428l_v2, Xeon_e5_1428l_v3, Xeon_e5_1620, Xeon_e5_1620_v2, Xeon_e5_1620_v3, Xeon_e5_1620_v4, Xeon_e5_1630_v3, Xeon_e5_1630_v4, Xeon_e5_1650, Xeon_e5_1650_v2, Xeon_e5_1650_v3, Xeon_e5_1650_v4, Xeon_e5_1660, Xeon_e5_1660_v2, Xeon_e5_1660_v3, Xeon_e5_1660_v4, Xeon_e5_1680_v3, Xeon_e5_1680_v4, Xeon_e5_2403, Xeon_e5_2403_v2, Xeon_e5_2407, Xeon_e5_2407_v2, Xeon_e5_2408l_v3, Xeon_e5_2418l, Xeon_e5_2418l_v2, Xeon_e5_2418l_v3, Xeon_e5_2420, Xeon_e5_2420_v2, Xeon_e5_2428l, Xeon_e5_2428l_v2, Xeon_e5_2428l_v3, Xeon_e5_2430, Xeon_e5_2430_v2, Xeon_e5_2430l, Xeon_e5_2430l_v2, Xeon_e5_2438l_v3, Xeon_e5_2440, Xeon_e5_2440_v2, Xeon_e5_2448l, Xeon_e5_2448l_v2, Xeon_e5_2450, Xeon_e5_2450_v2, Xeon_e5_2450l, Xeon_e5_2450l_v2, Xeon_e5_2470, Xeon_e5_2470_v2, Xeon_e5_2603, Xeon_e5_2603_v2, Xeon_e5_2603_v3, Xeon_e5_2603_v4, Xeon_e5_2608l_v3, Xeon_e5_2608l_v4, Xeon_e5_2609, Xeon_e5_2609_v2, Xeon_e5_2609_v3, Xeon_e5_2609_v4, Xeon_e5_2618l_v2, Xeon_e5_2618l_v3, Xeon_e5_2618l_v4, Xeon_e5_2620, Xeon_e5_2620_v2, Xeon_e5_2620_v3, Xeon_e5_2620_v4, Xeon_e5_2623_v3, Xeon_e5_2623_v4, Xeon_e5_2628l_v2, Xeon_e5_2628l_v3, Xeon_e5_2628l_v4, Xeon_e5_2630, Xeon_e5_2630_v2, Xeon_e5_2630_v3, Xeon_e5_2630_v4, Xeon_e5_2630l, Xeon_e5_2630l_v2, Xeon_e5_2630l_v3, Xeon_e5_2630l_v4, Xeon_e5_2637, Xeon_e5_2637_v2, Xeon_e5_2637_v3, Xeon_e5_2637_v4, Xeon_e5_2640, Xeon_e5_2640_v2, Xeon_e5_2640_v3, Xeon_e5_2640_v4, Xeon_e5_2643, Xeon_e5_2643_v2, Xeon_e5_2643_v3, Xeon_e5_2643_v4, Xeon_e5_2648l, Xeon_e5_2648l_v2, Xeon_e5_2648l_v3, Xeon_e5_2648l_v4, Xeon_e5_2650, Xeon_e5_2650_v2, Xeon_e5_2650_v3, Xeon_e5_2650_v4, Xeon_e5_2650l, Xeon_e5_2650l_v2, Xeon_e5_2650l_v3, Xeon_e7, Xeon_e\-1105c, Xeon_gold, Xeon_phi, Xeon_platinum, Xeon_silver, Hci, Solidfire, Leap, Local_service_management_system, Solaris, Btc12_firmware, Btc14_firmware, Visunet_rm_shell, Bl2_bpc_1000_firmware, Bl2_bpc_2000_firmware, Bl2_bpc_7000_firmware, Bl2_ppc_1000_firmware, Bl2_ppc_2000_firmware, Bl2_ppc_7000_firmware, Bl_bpc_2000_firmware, Bl_bpc_2001_firmware, Bl_bpc_3000_firmware, Bl_bpc_3001_firmware, Bl_bpc_7000_firmware, Bl_bpc_7001_firmware, Bl_ppc12_1000_firmware, Bl_ppc15_1000_firmware, Bl_ppc15_3000_firmware, Bl_ppc15_7000_firmware, Bl_ppc17_1000_firmware, Bl_ppc17_3000_firmware, Bl_ppc17_7000_firmware, Bl_ppc_1000_firmware, Bl_ppc_7000_firmware, Bl_rackmount_2u_firmware, Bl_rackmount_4u_firmware, Dl_ppc15_1000_firmware, Dl_ppc15m_7000_firmware, Dl_ppc18\.5m_7000_firmware, Dl_ppc21\.5m_7000_firmware, El_ppc_1000\/m_firmware, El_ppc_1000\/wt_firmware, El_ppc_1000_firmware, Valueline_ipc_firmware, Vl2_bpc_1000_firmware, Vl2_bpc_2000_firmware, Vl2_bpc_3000_firmware, Vl2_bpc_7000_firmware, Vl2_bpc_9000_firmware, Vl2_ppc12_1000_firmware, Vl2_ppc7_1000_firmware, Vl2_ppc9_1000_firmware, Vl2_ppc_1000_firmware, Vl2_ppc_2000_firmware, Vl2_ppc_3000_firmware, Vl2_ppc_7000_firmware, Vl2_ppc_9000_firmware, Vl_bpc_1000_firmware, Vl_bpc_2000_firmware, Vl_bpc_3000_firmware, Vl_ipc_p7000_firmware, Vl_ppc_2000_firmware, Vl_ppc_3000_firmware, Simatic_itc1500_firmware, Simatic_itc1500_pro_firmware, Simatic_itc1900_firmware, Simatic_itc1900_pro_firmware, Simatic_itc2200_firmware, Simatic_itc2200_pro_firmware, Simatic_winac_rtx_\(F\)_2010_firmware, Suse_linux_enterprise_desktop, Suse_linux_enterprise_server, Suse_linux_enterprise_software_development_kit, Diskstation_manager, Router_manager, Skynas, Virtual_machine_manager, Vs360hd_firmware, Vs960hd_firmware, Esxi, Fusion, Workstation 5.6
2009-10-01 CVE-2009-3519 Multiple memory leaks in the IP module in the kernel in Sun Solaris 8 through 10, and OpenSolaris before snv_109, allow local users to cause a denial of service (memory consumption) via vectors related to (1) M_DATA, (2) M_PROTO, (3) M_PCPROTO, and (4) M_SIG STREAMS messages. Opensolaris, Solaris N/A
2016-06-20 CVE-2016-2178 The dsa_sign_setup function in crypto/dsa/dsa_ossl.c in OpenSSL through 1.0.2h does not properly ensure the use of constant-time operations, which makes it easier for local users to discover a DSA private key via a timing side-channel attack. Openssl, Linux, Solaris, Linux_enterprise 5.5
2016-06-20 CVE-2016-2177 OpenSSL through 1.0.2h incorrectly uses pointer arithmetic for heap-buffer boundary checks, which might allow remote attackers to cause a denial of service (integer overflow and application crash) or possibly have unspecified other impact by leveraging unexpected malloc behavior, related to s3_srvr.c, ssl_sess.c, and t1_lib.c. Icewall_mcrp, Icewall_sso, Icewall_sso_agent_option, Openssl, Linux, Solaris 9.8