Nuevas Vulnerabildiades que afectan a Microsoft

Publicado: abril 14, 2010 de komz en 03.Vulnerabilidades
Etiquetas:

Microsoft Publisher File Conversion Textbox Remote Buffer Overflow Vulnerability

Microsoft Windows SMTP Server Memory Allocation Information Disclosure Vulnerability

Microsoft Windows ISATAP Component IPv6 Address Spoofing Vulnerability

Microsoft Windows SMB Client Message Size Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

Microsoft Windows SMB Client Transaction Response Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

Microsoft Windows SMB Client Response Parsing Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

Microsoft Windows Cabinet File Viewer Cabview Validation Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

Microsoft Windows Authenticode Signature Verification Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

Microsoft Windows Kernel Symbolic Link Creation Local Privilege Escalation Vulnerability

Microsoft Windows Kernel Registry Key Symbolic Link Local Privilege Escalation Vulnerability

Microsoft Windows Kernel Exception Handling Local Denial Of Service Vulnerability

Microsoft Windows Kernel Image File Relocation Local Denial Of Service Vulnerability

Microsoft Windows Kernel Virtual Path Local Denial Of Service Vulnerability

Microsoft Windows Kernel Invalid Registry Key Local Denial Of Service Vulnerability

Microsoft Windows SMB Client Memory Allocation Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

Microsoft Windows SMB Client Memory Allocation Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

Microsoft Windows Kernel Symbolic Link Local Denial Of Service Vulnerability

Microsoft Windows MPEG Layer-3 Audio Decoder Buffer Overflow Vulnerability

Microsoft Visio Index Calculation Memory Corruption Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

Microsoft Visio Attribute Validation Memory Corruption Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

Microsoft Windows Kernel NULL Pointer Local Denial Of Service Vulnerability

Microsoft Windows Kernel Symbolic Link Local Denial Of Service Vulnerability

Microsoft VBScript ‘winhlp32.exe’ ‘MsgBox()’ Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

fuente: securityfocus.com

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