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SecurityTracker Alerts - Aug 8 2005

Discussion in 'Webmaster Detectives' started by Casinomeister, Aug 8, 2005.

    Aug 8, 2005
  1. Casinomeister

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    SecurityTracker Monday Morning Vulnerability Summary - Aug 8 2005
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    SecurityTracker Alerts: 17

    Vendors: Apple Computer - Business Objects - Churchdb.org -
    Computer Associates - MySQL.com - Naxtor Technologies -
    NetCPlus - openbook.sourceforge.net - Pablo Software
    Solutions - phpfreenews.co.uk - phplist.com -
    Silver-Scripts.de - Symantec - Vbzoom.com - web content
    management - [Multiple Authors/Vendors]

    Products: Apple Font Book - BrightStor ARCserve -
    BusinessMail - BusinessObjects Enterprise - ChurchInfo -
    Crystal Reports - Dump - Eventum - Naxtor Shopping Cart -
    Norton GoBack - OpenBook - PHPFreeNews - PHPlist - Quick 'n
    Easy FTP Server - SilverNews - VBZooM - web content management

    Headlines:

    1. SilverNews Input Validation Holes Let Remote Users
    Inject SQL Commands and Remote Authenticated Users Execute
    System Commands

    2. Dump Lets Local Users Deny Service By Locking a
    Certain File

    3. ChurchInfo Input Validation Holes Permit SQL Injection

    4. 'web content management' Lets Remote Users Add
    Administrative Accounts or Conduct Cross-Site Scripting Attacks

    5. Quick 'n Easy FTP Server Input Validation Bug in
    USER Command Lets Remote Users Deny Service
    All this and more here:
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