|Max CVSS||7.5||Min CVSS||5.0||Total Count||2|
|ID||CVSS||Summary||Last (major) update||Published|
Internet Explorer 6.0 on Windows XP SP2 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code by using the "Related Topics" command in the Help ActiveX Control (hhctrl.ocx) to open a Help popup window containing the PCHealth tools.htm file in the local z
|23-07-2021 - 12:55||31-12-2004 - 05:00|
The DHTML Edit Control (dhtmled.ocx) allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script into other domains by setting a name for a window, opening a child page whose target is the window with the given name, then injecting the script from the par
|30-04-2019 - 14:27||15-12-2004 - 05:00|
The Hyperlink Object Library for Windows 98, 2000, XP, and Server 2003 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted link that triggers an "unchecked buffer" in the library, possibly due to a buffer overflow.
|30-04-2019 - 14:27||02-05-2005 - 04:00|
The Server service (srvsvc.dll) in Windows XP SP1 and SP2 allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information (users who are accessing resources) via an anonymous logon using a named pipe, which is not properly authenticated, aka the "Named Pipe
|12-10-2018 - 21:35||02-05-2005 - 04:00|
Buffer overflow in Microsoft Office XP allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a link with a URL file location containing long inputs after (1) "%00 (null byte) in .doc filenames or (2) "%0a" (carriage return) in .rtf filenames.
|12-10-2018 - 21:35||08-02-2005 - 05:00|