Vendor Information for VU#885830

MIT Kerberos 5 allows unauthenticated attacker to cause MIT krb5 Key Distribution Center to overflow a heap buffer by one byte

  • VendorStatusDate NotifiedDate Updated
  • Red Hat Inc.Affected10 May 200511 Jul 2005
  • Sun Microsystems Inc.Affected10 May 200513 Jul 2005
  • F5 NetworksNot Affected12 May 200527 May 2005
  • Juniper NetworksNot Affected10 May 200521 Jun 2005
  • Microsoft CorporationNot Affected10 May 200519 May 2005
  • Apple Computer Inc.Unknown10 May 200510 May 2005
  • Apple Computer Inc.Unknown10 May 200510 May 2005
  • ConectivaUnknown10 May 200510 May 2005
  • Cray Inc.Unknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • DebianUnknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • EMC CorporationUnknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • EngardeUnknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • FreeBSDUnknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • FujitsuUnknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • HitachiUnknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • HPUnknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • IBMUnknown10 May 200510 May 2005
  • ImmunixUnknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • Ingrian NetworksUnknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • KTH KerberosUnknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • MandrakeSoftUnknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • MontaVista SoftwareUnknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • NEC CorporationUnknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • NetBSDUnknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • NokiaUnknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • NovellUnknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • Openwall GNU/*/LinuxUnknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • QNXUnknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • SCOUnknown10 May 200510 May 2005
  • SGIUnknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • Sony CorporationUnknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • SuSE Inc.Unknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • TurboLinuxUnknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • UnisysUnknown10 May 200517 May 2005
  • Wind River Systems Inc.Unknown10 May 200510 May 2005
  • WRQUnknown10 May 200517 May 2005