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This indicates a possible attempt to exploit a buffer-overflow vulnerability in the Print Spooler service (Spoolsv.exe) in various Microsoft Windows versions.The vulnerability may allow remote attackers...
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This indicates an attempt to exploit a buffer-overflow vulnerability in the RPC Locator service for Microsoft Windows.The vulnerability is due to the software's inability to properly handle RPC calls with...
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This indicates a buffer overflow vulnerability in Microsoft Remote Procedure Call (RPC) interface.RPC is an inter-process communication mechanism used by Windows that allows a program running on one computer...
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This indicates an attempt to exploit a buffer overflow vulnerability in Microsoft's Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1) Library.The vulnerability is due to unchecked buffers in Microsoft's ASN.1 Library....
  • Added: Sep 11, 2006
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This indicates that a DCERPC NetrShareEnum request was detected. This request is suspicious when it is sent from external network.NetrShareEnum is one of the srvsvc interface operations used to manage...
  • Added: Aug 30, 2006
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This indicates a potential buffer overrun exploit with Winhlp32.exe. Winhlp32.exe is used by HTML Help ActiveX control and ships with Microsoft HTML Help. The vulnerability is exploited as a result...
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This indicates an attack attempt against a Buffer Overflow vulnerability in Microsoft Windows.The vulnerability is caused by an error when the server service handles a malicious RPC request. By sending...
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IMail has a buffer overflow vulnerability. A remote attacker could execute arbitrary code on the system of a victim with the privileges of the service, by sending a specially-crafted whois request.
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This indicates a possible attempt to exploit a denial of service vulnerability in Microsoft Windows. This vulnerability is due to a memory allocation error that occurs when processing specially crafted...
  • Added: Nov 25, 2005
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This indicates a possible attempt to exploit a Stack Based Buffer Overflow in Microsoft Visual Studio. The vulnerability, which is located in the "Msmask32.ocx" ActiveX control, can be exploited through...