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In 2023 there have been 0 vulnerabilities in Caldera Openlinux . Openlinux did not have any published security vulnerabilities last year.

Year Vulnerabilities Average Score
2023 0 0.00
2022 0 0.00
2021 0 0.00
2020 0 0.00
2019 0 0.00
2018 0 0.00

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Recent Caldera Openlinux Security Vulnerabilities

Buffer overflow in WU-FTPD and related FTP servers

CVE-1999-0879 - October 01, 1999

Buffer overflow in WU-FTPD and related FTP servers allows remote attackers to gain root privileges via macro variables in a message file.

Denial of service in WU-FTPD

CVE-1999-0880 - October 01, 1999

Denial of service in WU-FTPD via the SITE NEWER command, which does not free memory properly.

The KDE klock program

CVE-1999-0731 - June 23, 1999

The KDE klock program allows local users to unlock a session using malformed input.

A vulnerability in Caldera Open Administration System (COAS)

CVE-1999-0712 - April 27, 1999

A vulnerability in Caldera Open Administration System (COAS) allows the /etc/shadow password file to be made world-readable.

Buffer overflow in procmail before version 3.12

CVE-1999-0439 - April 05, 1999

Buffer overflow in procmail before version 3.12 allows remote or local attackers to execute commands via expansions in the procmailrc configuration file.

Buffer overflows in wuarchive ftpd (wu-ftpd) and ProFTPD lead to remote root access, a.k.a

CVE-1999-0368 - February 09, 1999

Buffer overflows in wuarchive ftpd (wu-ftpd) and ProFTPD lead to remote root access, a.k.a. palmetto.

FTP servers can allow an attacker to connect to arbitrary ports on machines other than the FTP client

CVE-1999-0017 - December 10, 1997

FTP servers can allow an attacker to connect to arbitrary ports on machines other than the FTP client, aka FTP bounce.

Buffer overflow in University of Washington's implementation of IMAP and POP servers.

CVE-1999-0042 - April 07, 1997

Buffer overflow in University of Washington's implementation of IMAP and POP servers.

Command execution via shell metachars in INN daemon (innd) 1.5 using "newgroup" and "rmgroup" control messages

CVE-1999-0043 - December 04, 1996

Command execution via shell metachars in INN daemon (innd) 1.5 using "newgroup" and "rmgroup" control messages, and others.

Bash treats any character with a value of 255 as a command separator.

CVE-1999-0234 - October 08, 1996

Bash treats any character with a value of 255 as a command separator.

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