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Sendmail before 8.10.0 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service by sending a series of ETRN commands then disconnecting from the server, while Sendmail continues to process the commands after the connection has been terminated.

Windows Media Player ActiveX object as used in Internet Explorer 5.0 returns a specific error code when a file does not exist, which allows remote malicious web sites to determine the existence of files on the client.

Vulnerability in StackGuard before 1.21 allows remote attackers to bypass the Random and Terminator Canary security mechanisms by using a non-linear attack which directly modifies a pointer to a return address instead of using a buffer overflow to reach the return address entry itself.

Buffer overflow in IrfanView32 3.07 and earlier allows attackers to execute arbitrary commands via a long string after the "8BPS" image type in a Photo Shop image header.

Buffer overflow in Eudora Internet Mail Server (EIMS) 2.01 and earlier on MacOS systems allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service via a long USER command to port 106.

Buffer overflow in Korn Shell (ksh) suid_exec program on IRIX 6.x and earlier, and possibly other operating systems, allows local users to gain root privileges.

Vulnerability in the /etc/suid_exec program in HP Apollo Domain/OS sr10.2 and sr10.3 beta, related to the Korn Shell (ksh).

Vulnerability in runpriv in Indigo Magic System Administration subsystem of SGI IRIX 6.3 and 6.4 allows local users to gain root privileges.

lquerypv in AIX 4.1 and 4.2 allows local users to read arbitrary files by specifying the file in the -h command line parameter.

ndd in Solaris 2.6 allows local users to cause a denial of service by modifying certain TCP/IP parameters.

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