Vulnerabilities > SUN
|1991-01-15||CVE-1999-1258|| Unspecified vulnerability in SUN Sunos |
rpc.pwdauthd in SunOS 4.1.1 and earlier does not properly prevent remote access to the daemon, which allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive system information.
| 5.0 |
|1990-12-20||CVE-1999-1197|| Unspecified vulnerability in SUN Sunos 4.1.1 |
TIOCCONS in SunOS 4.1.1 does not properly check the permissions of a user who tries to redirect console output and input, which could allow a local user to gain privileges.
| 7.2 |
|1990-08-14||CVE-1999-0209|| Unspecified vulnerability in SUN Sunos |
The SunView (SunTools) selection_svc facility allows remote users to read files.
| 5.0 |
|1990-05-01||CVE-1999-0084|| Unspecified vulnerability in SUN NFS |
Certain NFS servers allow users to use mknod to gain privileges by creating a writable kmem device and setting the UID to 0.
| 7.2 |
|1990-01-29||CVE-1999-1506|| Unspecified vulnerability in SUN Sunos |
Vulnerability in SMI Sendmail 4.0 and earlier, on SunOS up to 4.0.3, allows remote attackers to access user bin.
| 7.5 |
|1989-10-26||CVE-1999-1467|| Unspecified vulnerability in SUN Sunos |
Vulnerability in rcp on SunOS 4.0.x allows remote attackers from trusted hosts to execute arbitrary commands as root, possibly related to the configuration of the nobody user.
| 10.0 |
|1989-07-26||CVE-1999-1122|| Unspecified vulnerability in SUN Sunos |
Vulnerability in restore in SunOS 4.0.3 and earlier allows local users to gain privileges.
| 4.6 |