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12.29.02 ELOG Format String and Multiple Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities
12.27.02 BitMap Viewer Local Read and Write Kernel Memory Vulnerability
12.23.02 Integer Overflow in pdftops
12.23.02 Multiple Security Vulnerabilities in Common Unix Printing System (CUPS)
12.20.02 Microsoft Hotmail Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) Flaws
12.16.02 Arbitrary Price Manipulation in CartMan Shopping Software
12.16.02 LocalWEB 2000 Insecure Password Storage
12.16.02 Melange Chat System Remote Buffer Overflow
12.11.02 BadBlue Unauthorized Proxy Vulnerability
12.08.02 V-webmail Multiple Vulnerabilities
11.19.02 Denial of Service Vulnerability in Linksys Cable/DSL Routers
11.19.02 Eudora Script Execution Vulnerability
11.19.02 Predictable Directory Structure Allows Theft of Netscape Preferences File
11.11.02 Buffer Overflow in KDE resLISa
11.08.02 File Disclosure Vulnerability in Simple Web Server
11.08.02 Non-Explicit Path Vulnerability in QNX Neutrino RTOS
11.06.02 Non-Explicit Path Vulnerability in LuxMan
11.04.02 Denial of Service Vulnerability in Xeneo Web Server
11.04.02 Pablo FTP Server DoS Vulnerability
11.01.02 Buffer Overflow Vulnerability in Abuse
10.31.02 Denial of Service Vulnerability in Linksys BEFSR41 EtherFast Cable/DSL Router
10.31.02 PHP-Nuke SQL Injection Vulnerability
10.31.02 Prometheus Application Framework Code Injection
10.24.02 Directory Traversal in SolarWinds TFTP Server
10.16.02 Denial of Service in Sabre Desktop Reservation Client for Windows
10.15.02 DoS and Directory Traversal Vulnerabilities in WebServer 4 Everyone
10.15.02 UnixWare PPPTalk Local Root Vulnerability
10.03.02 Apache 1.3.x shared memory scoreboard vulnerabilities
10.02.02 Net-SNMP denial-of-service
10.01.02 Sendmail smrsh bypass vulnerabilities
09.30.02 Buffer overflow in WN Server
09.26.02 Buffer overflow in gv
09.23.02 Directory Traversal in Dino's Webserver
09.16.02 FreeBSD Ports libkvm Security Vulnerabilities
09.05.02 Multiple Vulnerabilities at websites
08.28.02 Buffer overflow in linuxconf
08.19.02 Cross-Site Scripting Vulnerabilities in Popular Web Applications
08.08.02 iSCSI Default Configuration File Settings
06.10.02 Datalex BookIt! Consumer password vulnerabilities
05.30.02 TurboLinux vulnerabilities

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