Weekly Vulnerabilities Reports > March 22 to 28, 1999
5 new vulnerabilities reported during this period, including 0 critical vulnerabilities and 3 high severity vulnerabilities. This weekly summary report vulnerabilities in 7 products from 4 vendors including Microsoft, Openssl, Openbsd, and Ssleay. Vulnerabilities are notably categorized as .
- 4 reported vulnerabilities are remotely exploitables.
- 5 reported vulnerabilities are exploitable by an anonymous user.
- Microsoft has the most reported vulnerabilities, with 3 reported vulnerabilities.
The following table list reported vulnerabilities for the period covered by this report:
0 Critical Vulnerabilities
3 High Vulnerabilities
|1999-03-23||CVE-1999-1397||Microsoft|| Remote Registry vulnerability in Microsoft Index Server 2.0 |
Index Server 2.0 on IIS 4.0 stores physical path information in the ContentIndex\Catalogs subkey of the AllowedPaths registry key, whose permissions allows local and remote users to obtain the physical paths of directories that are being indexed.
|1999-03-22||CVE-1999-0428|| Openssl |
| Remote Security vulnerability in SSLeay |
OpenSSL and SSLeay allow remote attackers to reuse SSL sessions and bypass access controls.
|1999-03-23||CVE-1999-1370||Microsoft|| Unspecified vulnerability in Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 |
The setup wizard (ie5setup.exe) for Internet Explorer 5.0 disables (1) the screen saver, which could leave the system open to users with physical access if a failure occurs during an unattended installation, and (2) the Task Scheduler Service, which might prevent the scheduled execution of security-critical programs.
2 Medium Vulnerabilities
|1999-03-26||CVE-2000-0153||Microsoft|| Directory Traversal vulnerability in Microsoft Frontpage and Personal web Server |
FrontPage Personal Web Server (PWS) allows remote attackers to read files via a ....
|1999-03-22||CVE-1999-0481||Openbsd|| Denial-Of-Service vulnerability in Openbsd 2.4 |
Denial of service in "poll" in OpenBSD.
0 Low Vulnerabilities