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Squid

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#Vulnerabilities 52
Date ID Summary Products Score Patch
2019-08-15 CVE-2019-12854 Due to incorrect string termination, Squid cachemgr.cgi 4.0 through 4.7 may access unallocated memory. On systems with memory access protections, this can cause the CGI process to terminate unexpectedly, resulting in a denial of service for all clients using it. Debian_linux, Fedora, Squid 7.5
2018-05-16 CVE-2018-1172 This vulnerability allows remote attackers to deny service on vulnerable installations of The Squid Software Foundation Squid 3.5.27-20180318. Authentication is not required to exploit this vulnerability. The specific flaw exists within ClientRequestContext::sslBumpAccessCheck(). A crafted request can trigger the dereference of a null pointer. An attacker can leverage this vulnerability to create a denial-of-service condition to users of the system. Was ZDI-CAN-6088. Squid 5.9
2019-07-11 CVE-2019-12529 An issue was discovered in Squid 2.x through 2.7.STABLE9, 3.x through 3.5.28, and 4.x through 4.7. When Squid is configured to use Basic Authentication, the Proxy-Authorization header is parsed via uudecode. uudecode determines how many bytes will be decoded by iterating over the input and checking its table. The length is then used to start decoding the string. There are no checks to ensure that the length it calculates isn't greater than the input buffer. This leads to adjacent memory... Squid 5.9
2019-07-11 CVE-2019-12527 An issue was discovered in Squid 4.0.23 through 4.7. When checking Basic Authentication with HttpHeader::getAuth, Squid uses a global buffer to store the decoded data. Squid does not check that the decoded length isn't greater than the buffer, leading to a heap-based buffer overflow with user controlled data. Squid 8.8
2019-07-11 CVE-2019-12525 An issue was discovered in Squid 3.3.9 through 3.5.28 and 4.x through 4.7. When Squid is configured to use Digest authentication, it parses the header Proxy-Authorization. It searches for certain tokens such as domain, uri, and qop. Squid checks if this token's value starts with a quote and ends with one. If so, it performs a memcpy of its length minus 2. Squid never checks whether the value is just a single quote (which would satisfy its requirements), leading to a memcpy of its length minus 1. Squid 9.8
2018-02-09 CVE-2018-1000027 The Squid Software Foundation Squid HTTP Caching Proxy version prior to version 4.0.23 contains a NULL Pointer Dereference vulnerability in HTTP Response X-Forwarded-For header processing that can result in Denial of Service to all clients of the proxy. This attack appear to be exploitable via Remote HTTP server responding with an X-Forwarded-For header to certain types of HTTP request. This vulnerability appears to have been fixed in 4.0.23 and later. Ubuntu_linux, Debian_linux, Squid 7.5
2018-02-09 CVE-2018-1000024 The Squid Software Foundation Squid HTTP Caching Proxy version 3.0 to 3.5.27, 4.0 to 4.0.22 contains a Incorrect Pointer Handling vulnerability in ESI Response Processing that can result in Denial of Service for all clients using the proxy.. This attack appear to be exploitable via Remote server delivers an HTTP response payload containing valid but unusual ESI syntax.. This vulnerability appears to have been fixed in 4.0.23 and later. Ubuntu_linux, Debian_linux, Squid 7.5
2018-11-09 CVE-2018-19132 Squid before 4.4, when SNMP is enabled, allows a denial of service (Memory Leak) via an SNMP packet. Debian_linux, Squid 5.9
2019-07-05 CVE-2019-13345 The cachemgr.cgi web module of Squid through 4.7 has XSS via the user_name or auth parameter. Debian_linux, Squid 6.1
2018-11-09 CVE-2018-19131 Squid before 4.4 has XSS via a crafted X.509 certificate during HTTP(S) error page generation for certificate errors. Squid 6.1