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PMB 5.6 SQL Injection
21st Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PacketStormSecurity
PMB version 5.6 suffers from a remote SQL injection vulnerability.
Centreon 19.10.5 SQL Injection
20th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PacketStormSecurity
Centreon version 19.10.5 suffers from a remote SQL injection vulnerability.
Xinfire DVD Player 5.5.0.0 Buffer Overflow
20th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PacketStormSecurity
This Metasploit module exploits a buffer overflow in Xinfire DVD Player Pro and Standard version 5.5.0.0. When the application is used to import a specially crafted plf file, a buffer overflow occurs allowing arbitrary code execution. Tested...
Xinfire TV Player 6.0.1.2 Buffer Overflow
20th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PacketStormSecurity
This Metasploit module exploits a buffer overflow in Xinfire TV Player Pro and Standard version 6.0.1.2. When the application is used to import a specially crafted plf file, a buffer overflow occurs allowing arbitrary code execution. Tested...
Nsauditor 3.2.1.0 Buffer Overflow
20th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PacketStormSecurity
Nsauditor version 3.2.1.0 SEH buffer overflow exploit with ASLR bypass.
ALLPlayer 7.6 Buffer Overflow
20th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PacketStormSecurity
ALLPlayer version 7.6 unicode SEH local buffer overflow exploit.
Atomic Alarm Clock 6.3 Stack Overflow
19th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PacketStormSecurity
Atomic Alarm Clock version 6.3 unicode SEH stack overflow exploit.
Rubo DICOM Viewer 2.0 Buffer Overflow
19th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PacketStormSecurity
Rubo DICOM Viewer version 2.0 SEH buffer overflow exploit.
Atomic Alarm Clock 6.3 Unquoted Service Path
18th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PacketStormSecurity
Atomic Alarm Clock version 6.3 suffers from an unquoted service path vulnerability.
Oracle Solaris 11.x / 10 Whodo / W Buffer Overflow
17th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PacketStormSecurity
A difficult to exploit heap-based buffer overflow in setuid root whodo and w binaries distributed with Solaris allows local users to corrupt memory and potentially execute arbitrary code in order to escalate privileges.
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