Web ripe for massive worm attack
The Web is currently more vulnerable to attack than ever before, as a result of several serious security flaws for different server applications being published within a few days of one another, according to a survey from British network security firm Netcraft.
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- Advisory: Apache Web Server Chunk Handling Vulnerability (18 June 2002)
- Vulnerability: Apache httpd: Vulnerability With Chunked Encoding (18 June 2002)
- Vulnerability: Remote Compromise Vulnerability in Apache HTTP Server (18 June 2002)
- Advisory: Unchecked Buffer in Gopher Protocol Handler Can Run Code of Attacker''s Choice (17 June 2002)
- Advisory: Heap Overrun in HTR Chunked Encoding Could Enable Web Server Compromise (14 June 2002)
- Advisory: Unchecked Buffer in SQLXML Could Lead to Code Execution (13 June 2002)
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