Vulnerabilities > IBM
|1998-04-08||CVE-1999-0010||Denial of Service vulnerability in BIND 8 Releases via maliciously formatted DNS messages.|| 5.0 |
|1998-04-08||CVE-1999-0009||Inverse query buffer overflow in BIND 4.9 and BIND 8 Releases.|| 10.0 |
|1998-04-01||CVE-1999-0003||Execute commands as root via buffer overflow in Tooltalk database server (rpc.ttdbserverd).|| 10.0 |
|1998-03-18||CVE-1999-1075|| Unspecified vulnerability in IBM AIX 4.1.5 |
inetd in AIX 4.1.5 dynamically assigns a port N when starting ttdbserver (ToolTalk server), but also inadvertently listens on port N-1 without passing control to ttdbserver, which allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service via a large number of connections to port N-1, which are not properly closed by inetd.
| 5.0 |
|1998-02-25||CVE-1999-1486|| Unspecified vulnerability in IBM AIX |
sadc in IBM AIX 4.1 through 4.3, when called from programs such as timex that are setgid adm, allows local users to overwrite arbitrary files via a symlink attack.
| 1.2 |
|1998-02-01||CVE-1999-0087|| Unspecified vulnerability in IBM AIX 4.1/4.2/4.3 |
Denial of service in AIX telnet can freeze a system and prevent users from accessing the server.
| 5.0 |
|1998-01-21||CVE-1999-1487|| Unspecified vulnerability in IBM AIX |
Vulnerability in digest in AIX 4.3 allows printq users to gain root privileges by creating and/or modifing any file on the system.
| 7.2 |
|1998-01-21||CVE-1999-0014||Unauthorized privileged access or denial of service via dtappgather program in CDE.|| 7.2 |
|1998-01-08||CVE-1999-0086|| Unspecified vulnerability in IBM AIX |
AIX routed allows remote users to modify sensitive files.
| 5.0 |
|1998-01-05||CVE-1999-0513||ICMP messages to broadcast addresses are allowed, allowing for a Smurf attack that can cause a denial of service.|| 5.0 |