|1999-08-16||CVE-1999-0746||A default configuration of in.identd in SuSE Linux waits 120 seconds between requests, allowing a remote attacker to conduct a denial of service.|| 5.0 |
|1999-06-01||CVE-1999-0804||Denial of service in Linux 2.2.x kernels via malformed ICMP packets containing unusual types, codes, and IP header lengths.|| 5.0 |
|1999-03-30||CVE-1999-0434||XFree86 xfs command is vulnerable to a symlink attack, allowing local users to create files in restricted directories, possibly allowing them to gain privileges or cause a denial of service.|| 7.5 |
|1999-03-21||CVE-1999-0433||XFree86 startx command is vulnerable to a symlink attack, allowing local users to create files in restricted directories, possibly allowing them to gain privileges or cause a denial of service.|| 4.6 |
|1999-03-17||CVE-1999-0462|| Unspecified vulnerability in Suse Linux 5.3 |
suidperl in Linux Perl does not check the nosuid mount option on file systems, allowing local users to gain root access by placing a setuid script in a mountable file system, e.g.
| 7.2 |
|1999-03-04||CVE-1999-0409|| Unspecified vulnerability in Suse Linux 3.5/5.2 |
Buffer overflow in gnuplot in Linux version 3.5 allows local users to obtain root access.
| 4.6 |
|1999-03-01||CVE-1999-0426|| Remote Security vulnerability in Suse Linux 6.0 |
The default permissions of /dev/kmem in Linux versions before 2.0.36 allows IP spoofing.
| 10.0 |
|1999-02-18||CVE-1999-1495|| Unspecified vulnerability in Suse Linux 6.0 |
xtvscreen in SuSE Linux 6.0 allows local users to overwrite arbitrary files via a symlink attack on the pic000.pnm file.
| 2.1 |
|1999-02-18||CVE-1999-0405||A buffer overflow in lsof allows local users to obtain root privilege.|| 7.2 |
|1999-02-02||CVE-1999-0363||SuSE 5.2 PLP lpc program has a buffer overflow that leads to root compromise.|| 7.2 |