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bullet Lotus Notes vulnerable to MS Windows graphics rendering engine bug
IBM's Lotus Notes uses the same vulnerable shimgvw.dll graphics rendering engine file implicated in the Microsoft Security Advisory 912840 to view ima...
Posted on Monday 02 January 2006 - 22:00:00 in Vulnerabilities

bullet XSS Hall of Shame
...list is no longer being regularly maintained. XSS vulnerabilities come and go so quickly it is impossible to keep up. This page will remain for educat...
Posted on Tuesday 31 March 2009 - 00:00:00 in General IT Security

bullet Microsoft’s Zero Day Event
... it involves Microsoft, and like many such recent vulnerabilities the problem is with Internet Explorer Microsoft’s Zero Day Event A Zero Day ...
Posted on Sunday 04 December 2005 - 23:33:18 in Security

bullet Vulnerabilities
Vulnerabilities that have long lasting IT Security affects for a large number of systems.
Posted on Friday 20 January 2006 - 22:27:21 in General IT Security

bullet NIST SP 800-40 v2 Creating a Patch and Vulnerability Management Program
Patch and vulnerability management is a security practice designed to proactively prevent the exploitation of IT vulnerabilities that exist within an ...
Posted on Saturday 21 January 2006 - 22:00:00 in Special Publications - SP 800 series

bullet Non-Encrypted Hall of Shame
...ed is meaningless, without encryption the data is vulnerable. August 5, 2006 – Denver Business Journal Matrix Bancorp Inc. – Two laptops...
Posted on Wednesday 10 October 2007 - 19:55:58 in Non-Encrypted Hall of Shame

bullet NIST SP 800-48 Wireless Network Security
...acks on other networks. Specific threats and vulnerabilities to wireless networks and handheld devices include the following: *All the vuln...
Posted on Tuesday 17 January 2006 - 22:00:00 in Special Publications - SP 800 series

bullet "Drop My Rights" - method to reduce harm while web surfing
...here, though. The past six months have seen major vulnerabilities in Firefox too, and its adoption has slowed. Some people are beginning to question t...
Posted on Sunday 04 December 2005 - 23:50:12 in Security

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bullet Vulnerabiity Alerts | Secunia.com
Perhaps the best source of information on current vulnerabilities. They've also been spot on many times on their risk ratings.
http://secunia.com/advisories/

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bullet Month of PHP Bugs part 2 – Bug Opens Thousands more Servers to XSS Vulnerabilities
...info, cross, site, scripting, xss, google, inurl, vulnerabilities, http, headers, ha, ckers, org, recon, mysql, regression, Stefan, Esser@@@ To ...
Posted on Tuesday 06 March 2007 - 15:54:53

bullet Firefox 3.0 Vulnerabilities, 2.0.x Also Vulnerable
... firewalls are likely to soon detect and stop any exploits. The Neohapsis Full-Disclosure security mailing list is reporting a separate FF3 vulne...
Posted on Saturday 21 June 2008 - 10:27:49

bullet Highly Critical and Extremely Critical Vulnerabilities in Lotus Notes and Apple Quicktime
...me, lotus 123, extremely critical, vulnerability, vulnerabilities, viewer, worksheet, ibm, secunia, frsirt, rtsp, buffer overflow, content-type, explo...
Posted on Thursday 29 November 2007 - 04:35:47

bullet Zero-Day MS Office Exploit in the wild, Excel files currently being used.
...y, cve, 2007, 0671, excel, code, windows, server, vulnerabilities, nist, security, bulletin, patch, sans, org, vu, 166700@@@ From the Microsoft ...
Posted on Sunday 04 February 2007 - 21:53:09

bullet Critical Vulnerabilities in Adobe Reader and MS Word
Adobe Reader and Microsoft Word have announced critical vulnerabilities that can lead to allow execution of arbitrary executable code. // @@@micr...
Posted on Thursday 07 December 2006 - 14:48:20

bullet Google Search Appliance Vulnerable to Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)
...ode, vulnerable, phishing, phish, ha, ckers, org, vulnerabilities, nist, box, security, gov, cuna, mutual, fda, us, cert, bulletin, patch, advisory, p...
Posted on Sunday 26 November 2006 - 20:07:29

bullet Yet another PowerPoint 0day Exploit (9-27-06)
... office, 0day, zero, day, exploit, code, windows, vulnerabilities, nist, security, mcafee, bulletin, patch, microsoft, blog, advisory, 2000, xp, 2003,...
Posted on Thursday 28 September 2006 - 03:50:10

bullet More OS X Vulnerabilities and Exploits
Several new Mac OS X vulnerabilities are being reported. Some have PoC exploit code available on the web. The vulnerabilities include Denial of Servi...
Posted on Saturday 22 April 2006 - 10:24:19

bullet 0day PowerPoint Exploit Released
..., point, exploit, MS, microsoft, office, windows, vulnerabilities, nist, security, bulletin, patch, advisory, excel, IDS, IPS, hacked@@@ Last mo...
Posted on Friday 14 July 2006 - 04:11:50

bullet Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) - The Internet is Definitely a More Dangerous Place
..., scripting, exploit, code, security, javascript, vulnerabilities, vulnerable, server, exploited, reflected, hackers, forms, fix, programming, jeremia...
Posted on Monday 09 October 2006 - 15:35:01

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bullet Posted in reply to news item: $8,000 bounty for Vista and IE7 Vulnerabilities, plus bonuses.
...ctions are complete." But apparently there is a bidding war starting over Vista and IE7 zeroday exploits. < edited 1168991550 >
Posted by NIST.org on Tuesday 16 January 2007 - 15:57:11

bullet Posted in reply to item: Lotus Notes vulnerable to MS Windows graphics rendering engine bug
...hich the exploit code tries to invoke. YMMV - but my 6.5.3 is not vulnerable !! Hope IBM will soon verify/deny this vulnerability!
Posted by deros68 on Thursday 05 January 2006 - 10:27:06

bullet Posted in reply to news item: Extremely Critical New zero-day Windows vulnerability being exploited.
...gs such as canceling print jobs, etc. The current exploits are using the Escape() WMF routine but experts say other routines could also be vulnerable....
Posted by NIST.org on Monday 02 January 2006 - 16:40:15

bullet Posted in reply to news item: RealVNC 4 Exploit Bypasses Authentication - Update: Fix Available
Having grabbed a copy of this exploit for internal testing I was amazed to see how easy it was to take complete control of the target system. If you ...
Posted by minshaw on Tuesday 23 May 2006 - 02:17:14

bullet Posted in reply to news item: Spyware Makers Targeting Enterprises Users
...s attempted to hijack the computers of more than 70 named individuals at the UK Parliament using the recent WMF Exploit. < edited 1138256123 >
Posted by NIST.org on Wednesday 25 January 2006 - 23:14:44

bullet Posted in reply to item: Lotus Notes vulnerable to MS Windows graphics rendering engine bug
Hi John I have performed another test. 1) I have disabled using regsvr32 the vulnerable dll %windir%system32shimgvw.dllshimgvw.dll 2) u...
Posted by VALVAGIO on Thursday 05 January 2006 - 04:15:26

bullet Posted in reply to item: Lotus Notes vulnerable to MS Windows graphics rendering engine bug
... is able to show the WMF image also "without" the vulnerable DLL. The question is : Is Lotus Notes using the vulnerable DLL in a way that can t...
Posted by VALVAGIO on Thursday 05 January 2006 - 02:15:01

bullet Posted in reply to news item: Extremely Critical New zero-day Windows vulnerability being exploited.
From SANS.org "The main vector that the bad guys use to exploit this is still by posting it on web sites." I've been wondering about public forum / b...
Posted by NIST.org on Wednesday 04 January 2006 - 23:06:46

bullet Posted in reply to news item: Extremely Critical New zero-day Windows vulnerability being exploited.
It turns out that Microsoft has had a fix ready for the WMF exploit since 12/28 and has been sitting on it testing it all this time. Steve Gibson at ...
Posted by NIST.org on Wednesday 04 January 2006 - 19:22:14

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»CVE-1999-0098 (appleshare, mercury_mail_server, slmail)
Buffer overflow in SMTP HELO command in Sendmail allows a remote attacker to hide activities.
»CVE-1999-0725 (internet_information_server)
When IIS is run with a default language of Chinese, Korean, or Japanese, it allows a remote attacker ...
»CVE-1999-1015 (appleshare_mail_server)
Buffer overflow in Apple AppleShare Mail Server 5.0.3 on MacOS 8.1 and earlier allows a remote attac ...
»CVE-2000-1090 (internet_information_server)
Microsoft IIS for Far East editions 4.0 and 5.0 allows remote attackers to read source code for pars ...
»CVE-2001-0198 (quicktime)
Buffer overflow in QuickTime Player plugin 4.1.2 (Japanese) allows remote attackers to execute arbit ...
»CVE-2001-0240 (word)
Microsoft Word before Word 2002 allows attackers to automatically execute macros without warning the ...
»CVE-2002-1143 (excel, word)
Microsoft Word and Excel allow remote attackers to steal sensitive information via certain field cod ...
»CVE-2002-2132 (windows_2000, windows_xp)
Windows File Protection (WFP) in Windows 2000 and XP does not remove old security catalog .CAT files ...
»CVE-2003-0122 (lotus_domino, lotus_notes_client)
Buffer overflow in Notes server before Lotus Notes R4, R5 before 5.0.11, and early R6 allows remote ...
»CVE-2003-0123 (lotus_domino, lotus_notes_client)
Buffer overflow in Web Retriever client for Lotus Notes/Domino R4.5 through R6 allows remote malicio ...
»CVE-2003-0664 (word, works)
Microsoft Word 2002, 2000, 97, and 98(J) does not properly check certain properties of a document, w ...
»CVE-2006-1540 (office)
MSO.DLL in Microsoft Office 2000, Office XP (2002), and Office 2003 allows user-assisted attackers t ...
»CVE-2006-3647 (office)
Integer overflow in Microsoft Word 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 for Mac, and v.X for Mac allows remote use ...
»CVE-2006-5331 (linux_kernel)
The altivec_unavailable_exception function in arch/powerpc/kernel/traps.c in the Linux kernel before ...
»CVE-2007-1765 (definity_one_media_server, ie, ip600_media_servers, s3400, s8100, windows_2000, windows_2003_server, windows_vista, windows_xp)
Unspecified vulnerability in Microsoft Windows 2000 SP4 through Vista allows remote attackers to exe ...


Date published: 2017-11-22T19:00:10Z
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»Intel Firmware Vulnerability
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»Microsoft Releases Security Advisory on Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE)
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»VB2017 paper: Beyond lexical and PDNS: using signals on graphs to uncover online threats at scale
At VB2017 in Madrid, Cisco Umbrella (OpenDNS) researchers Dhia Mahj ...
»Firefox 59 to make it a lot harder to use data URIs in phishing attacks
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Jelena Milosevic, a nurse with a passion for IT security, is unique ...
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At VB2017 in Madrid, industry veteran and ESET Senior Research Fell ...
»VB2017 video: Turning Trickbot: decoding an encrypted command-and-control channel
Trickbot, a banking trojan which appeared this year, seems to be a ...
»Paper: FAME - Friendly Malware Analysis Framework
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»Ebury and Mayhem server malware families still active
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