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Email addressiarce at core-sdi.com
First Active2000-08-06
Last Active2008-03-26
Core Security Technologies Advisory 2007.1212
Posted Mar 26, 2008
Authored by Ivan Arce, Core Security Technologies, Oren Isacson, Ariel Waissbein, Pedro Varangot, Martin Mizrahi, Carlos Garcia | Site coresecurity.com

Core Security Technologies Advisory - Secure Internet Life Conferencing (SILC) server versions 1.1.1 and below and client versions 1.1.3 and below suffer from a pkcs_decode related buffer overflow vulnerability.

tags | advisory, overflow
MD5 | 579aa50d9135f12aaf659ca54ca9d1d0
core.20011128.wu-ftpd
Posted Nov 29, 2001
Authored by Ivan Arce | Site corest.com

CORE Security Advisory CORE-20011001 - Another globbing problem has been discovered in Wu-FTPD, allowing a remote user to execute arbitrary code. Affected versions include: all Wu-FTPD versions through 2.6.1, Wu-FTPD 2.7.0 snapshots, and FTP server programs derived from Wu-FTPD.

tags | remote, arbitrary
MD5 | d0f4c6846c096023d4dcbe87ec12b8ac
core-sdi.realserver
Posted Nov 17, 2000
Authored by Ivan Arce | Site core-sdi.com

Core-SDI Advisory CORE-20001116 - A memory contents disclosure vulnerability was found on RealNetworks RealServer which will give out information about the server configuration, runtime memory data and tokens and authentication credentials. This information allows an external attacker to possibly obtain administrative access to the server or to data belonging to other user sessions. Fix available here.

MD5 | a6bd97b1edf9644d0bc712d42721b1f7
unixware.scohelp.txt
Posted Sep 28, 2000
Authored by Ivan Arce | Site core-sdi.com

CORE SDI Security Advisory - SCO Unixware 7 default installation includes scohelp, an http server that listens on port 457/tcp and allows access to manual pages and other documentation files. The search CGI script provided for that purpose has a vulnerability that could allow any remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on the vulnerable machine with privileges of user "nobody".

tags | remote, web, arbitrary, cgi, tcp
systems | unixware
MD5 | ffd67e45099e97b158c705f305a90f1e
core-sdi.weblogic.proxy
Posted Aug 17, 2000
Authored by Ivan Arce | Site core-sdi.com

Core SDI Vulnerability Report For BEA Weblogic's Proxy - BEA's Weblogic server contains several buffer overflow which allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on the system running the proxying web server as root on unix and as system on NT.

tags | remote, web, overflow, arbitrary, root
systems | unix
MD5 | 8503addb096520cc9db0bd58b72fe6aa
core-sdi.net.tools
Posted Aug 6, 2000
Authored by Ivan Arce | Site core-sdi.com

CORE SDI Security Advisory - NAI Net Tools PKI Server vulnerabilities. While investigating the exploitability of a buffer overflow in the Net Tools PKI Server from Network Associates Inc. we discovered three new vulnerabilities not fixed by hotfix 1, including buffer overflows and format bugs which allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code. Perl proof of concept exploit included.

tags | remote, overflow, arbitrary, perl, vulnerability, proof of concept
MD5 | ac2ec70bd9f957b923de46148efc0cba
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