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It indicates Zafi worm activity.
  • Added: Sep 11, 2006
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It indicates an attacker attempted to exploit an HTML injection vulnerability in SquirrelMail. SquirrelMail is vulnerable to an email header HTML injection exploit because the application does not sufficiently...
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This indicates a possible exploit of a Denial of Service vulnerability in Microsoft Internet Explorer.An attacker may exploit these issues by enticing a user to visit a malicious site resulting in a denial...
  • Added: Jan 03, 2006
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This indicates an attack attempt against an uninitialized memory-access vulnerability in Opera web browser.The vulnerability is caused by an error when the vulnerable software handles a specially crafted...
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This indicates an attack attempt against a Script Injection vulnerability in Acunetix WVS 10 appliance.The vulnerability is due to insufficient sanitizing of user supplied inputs in the application. A...
  • Added: Jul 12, 2016
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This indicates a vulnerability in the handling of non-HTML content by Internet Explorer.Internet Explorer consults the Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) information that is embedded in a web...
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This indicates an attack attempt to exploit an HTML-injection vulnerability inCisco IOS Web Server.The vulnerability is a result of the application's failure to properly sanitize user input before using...
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This indicates an attack attempt towards a memory corruption vulnerability In Microsoft Internet Explorer.The vulnerability is caused by accessing uninitialized memory in certain situations. An attacker...
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This indicates detection of maliciously obfuscated codes embedded in HTML files which exploit vulnerabilities in web browsers.Such vulnerabilities allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary script code...
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This indicates an attack attempt against a Cross-Site Scripting vulnerability in Nullsoft ShoutcastServer.The vulnerability is due to insufficient sanitizing of user supplied inputs in the application...