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Vulnerabilities

With the aim of informing, warning and helping professionals with the latest security vulnerabilities in technology systems, we have made a database available for users interested in this information, which is in Spanish and includes all of the latest documented and recognised vulnerabilities.

This repository, with over 75,000 registers, is based on the information from the NVD (http://nvd.nist.gov/) (National Vulnerability Database) – by virtue of a partnership agreement – through which INCIBE translates the included information into Spanish.

On occasions this list will show vulnerabilities that have still not been translated, as they are added while the INCIBE team is still carrying out the translation process. The CVE (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) Standard for Information Security Vulnerability Names is used (http://cve.mitre.org/) with the aim to support the exchange of information between different tools and databases.

All vulnerabilities collected are linked to different information sources, as well as available patches or solutions provided by manufacturers and developers. It is possible to carry out advanced searches, as there is the option to select different criteria to narrow down the results, some examples being vulnerability types, manufacturers and impact levels, among others. Through RSS feeds (https://www.incibe-cert.es/feed/vulnerabilities) or Newsletters (https://www.incibe-cert.es/en/subscriptions) we can be informed daily about the latest vulnerabilities added to the repository. Below there is a list, updated daily, where you can discover the latest vulnerabilities.

CVE-1999-1044

Severity: 
Medium
Publication date: 
05/07/1998
Last modified: 
03/07/2011
Description:  
Vulnerability in Advanced File System Utility (advfs) in Digital UNIX 4.0 through 4.0d allows local users to gain privileges.

CVE-1999-0126

Severity: 
High
Publication date: 
05/03/1998
Last modified: 
09/09/2008
Description:  
SGI IRIX buffer overflow in xterm and Xaw allows root access.

CVE-1999-0796

Severity: 
High
Publication date: 
05/01/1998
Last modified: 
09/09/2008
Description:  
FreeBSD T/TCP Extensions for Transactions can be subjected to spoofing attacks.

CVE-1999-0108

Severity: 
High
Publication date: 
05/01/1998
Last modified: 
05/02/2018
Description:  
The printers program in IRIX has a buffer overflow that gives root access to local users.

CVE-1999-0069

Severity: 
High
Publication date: 
04/29/1998
Last modified: 
10/30/2018
Description:  
Solaris ufsrestore buffer overflow.

CVE-1999-1106

Severity: 
High
Publication date: 
04/29/1998
Last modified: 
12/18/2017
Description:  
Buffer overflow in kppp in KDE allows local users to gain root access via a long -c (account_name) command line argument.

CVE-1999-0212

Severity: 
High
Publication date: 
04/29/1998
Last modified: 
10/30/2018
Description:  
Solaris rpc.mountd generates error messages that allow a remote attacker to determine what files are on the server.

CVE-1999-1390

Severity: 
High
Publication date: 
04/28/1998
Last modified: 
09/05/2008
Description:  
suidexec in suidmanager 0.18 on Debian 2.0 allows local users to gain root privileges by specifying a malicious program on the command line.

CVE-1999-1113

Severity: 
Medium
Publication date: 
04/14/1998
Last modified: 
10/17/2016
Description:  
Buffer overflow in Eudora Internet Mail Server (EIMS) 2.01 and earlier on MacOS systems allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service via a long USER command to port 106.

CVE-1999-1499

Severity: 
Low
Publication date: 
04/10/1998
Last modified: 
09/05/2008
Description:  
named in ISC BIND 4.9 and 8.1 allows local users to destroy files via a symlink attack on (1) named_dump.db when root kills the process with a SIGINT, or (2) named.stats when SIGIOT is used.

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