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IDCVSSSummaryLast (major) updatePublished
CVE-2006-0454 5.0
Linux kernel before down to 2.6.12, while constructing an ICMP response in icmp_send, does not properly handle when the ip_options_echo function in icmp.c fails, which allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) via vectors
19-10-2018 - 15:44 07-02-2006 - 18:06
CVE-2006-0095 2.1
dm-crypt in Linux kernel 2.6.15 and earlier does not clear a structure before it is freed, which leads to a memory disclosure that could allow local users to obtain sensitive information about a cryptographic key.
19-10-2018 - 15:42 06-01-2006 - 11:03
CVE-2005-4605 2.1
The procfs code (proc_misc.c) in Linux and other versions before 2.6.15 allows attackers to read sensitive kernel memory via unspecified vectors in which a signed value is added to an unsigned value.
19-10-2018 - 15:41 31-12-2005 - 05:00
CVE-2005-3356 2.1
The mq_open system call in Linux kernel 2.6.9, in certain situations, can decrement a counter twice ("double decrement") as a result of multiple calls to the mntput function when the dentry_open function call fails, which allows local users to cause
19-10-2018 - 15:36 31-12-2005 - 05:00
CVE-2005-2973 2.1
The udp_v6_get_port function in udp.c in Linux 2.6 before 2.6.14-rc5, when running IPv6, allows local users to cause a denial of service (infinite loop and crash).
19-10-2018 - 15:34 27-10-2005 - 18:02
CVE-2005-4639 4.6
Buffer overflow in the CA-driver (dst_ca.c) for TwinHan DST Frontend/Card in Linux kernel 2.6.12 and other versions before 2.6.15 allows local users to cause a denial of service (crash) and possibly execute arbitrary code by "reading more than 8 byte
03-10-2018 - 21:34 31-12-2005 - 05:00
CVE-2005-4618 3.6
Buffer overflow in sysctl in the Linux Kernel 2.6 before 2.6.15 allows local users to corrupt user memory and possibly cause a denial of service via a long string, which causes sysctl to write a zero byte outside the buffer. NOTE: since the sysctl i
03-10-2018 - 21:34 31-12-2005 - 05:00
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