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UnreadPublished Published JSA10322 Denial of Service vulnerability in OpenSSL (FreeBSD advisory SA-04.05.openssl) 225,091 Jun 19, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10296 Minor security vulnerability in JUNOS Internet software kernel 224,922 Jun 19, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10286 Potential security vulnerability in DNS name resolution code (CERT Vulnerability Note #738331, PR/27529) 203,493 Jun 19, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10338 Buffer overflow vulnerability in FreeBSD fetch (FreeBSD-SA-04:16.fetch.asc) 202,173 Jun 19, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10308 Various implementations of the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) contain vulnerabilities (CERT Advisory CA-2003-06) 308,645 Jun 19, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10307 Packets destined to the broadcast or network address are forwarded on nonbroadcast point-to-point interfaces 206,089 Jun 19, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10291 Local security vulnerability (FreeBSD-SA-02:23.stdio) 201,743 Jun 19, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10298 Minor security vulnerability in Software Packages system 203,902 Jun 19, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10287 Security vulnerabilities in OpenSSL (PR/26985) 202,251 Jun 19, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10365 Buffer overflow vulnerability in PPP (CVE-2006-4304) 192,589 Jun 19, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10347 TCP protocol susceptible to malicious ICMP messages (NISCC Vulnerability #532967, CERT/CC Vulnerability VU#222750) 300,139 Jun 19, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10341 Security Vulnerability in JUNOS Software (VU#409555, CVE# CAN-2004-0467) 284,744 Jun 19, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10289 Potential JUNOS CLI Security vulnerabilities 230,304 Jun 19, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10303 SNMP Vulnerabilities 211,131 Jun 19, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10364 Certain crafted IPv6 packets cause the kernel to "leak" memory and eventually crash (CERT/CC VU#294036) 211,022 Jun 19, 2008
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