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In 2023 there have been 0 vulnerabilities in Sco Unixware . Unixware 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 Sco Unixware Security Vulnerabilities

Docview before 1.1-18 in Caldera OpenLinux 3.1.1, SCO Linux 4.0, OpenServer 5.0.7, configures the Apache web server in a way

CVE-2003-0658 - October 20, 2003

Docview before 1.1-18 in Caldera OpenLinux 3.1.1, SCO Linux 4.0, OpenServer 5.0.7, configures the Apache web server in a way that allows remote attackers to read arbitrary publicly readable files via a certain URL, possibly related to rewrite rules.

UnixWare pkgtrans allows local users to read arbitrary files

CVE-1999-0988 - December 04, 1999

UnixWare pkgtrans allows local users to read arbitrary files via a symlink attack.

Buffer overflow in SCO su program

CVE-1999-0845 - November 25, 1999

Buffer overflow in SCO su program allows local users to gain root access via a long username.

Buffer overflow in SCO UnixWare Xsco command

CVE-1999-0830 - November 01, 1999

Buffer overflow in SCO UnixWare Xsco command via a long argument.

UnixWare dos7utils allows a local user to gain root privileges by using the STATICMERGE environmental variable to find a script

CVE-1999-0942 - October 04, 1999

UnixWare dos7utils allows a local user to gain root privileges by using the STATICMERGE environmental variable to find a script which it executes.

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.

DNS cache poisoning

CVE-1999-0024 - August 13, 1997

DNS cache poisoning via BIND, by predictable query IDs.

Command execution in Sun systems

CVE-1999-0033 - June 12, 1997

Command execution in Sun systems via buffer overflow in the at program.

Local user gains root privileges

CVE-1999-0023 - July 24, 1996

Local user gains root privileges via buffer overflow in rdist, via lookup() function.

pcnfsd (aka rpc.pcnfsd)

CVE-1999-0078 - April 18, 1996

pcnfsd (aka rpc.pcnfsd) allows local users to change file permissions, or execute arbitrary commands through arguments in the RPC call.

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