The Vulnerability Notes Database provides information about software vulnerabilities. Vulnerability Notes include summaries, technical details, remediation information, and lists of affected vendors. Most Vulnerability Notes are the result of private coordination and disclosure efforts. For more comprehensive coverage of public vulnerability reports, consider the National Vulnerability Database (NVD).
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Recent Vulnerability Notes
- 19 Mar 2018VU#306792Bouncy Castle BKS-V1 keystore files vulnerable to trivial hash collisionsCVE-2018-5382
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- 01 Feb 2018VU#319904Pulse Secure Linux client GUI fails to validate SSL certificatesCVE-2018-6374
- 03 Jan 2018VU#584653CPU hardware vulnerable to side-channel attacksMultiple CVEs
- 12 Dec 2017VU#144389TLS implementations may disclose side channel information via discrepancies between valid and invalid PKCS#1 paddingMultiple CVEs
- 29 Nov 2017VU#113765Apple MacOS High Sierra disabled account authentication bypassCVE-2017-13872
- 21 Nov 2017VU#681983Install Norton Security for Mac does not verify SSL certificatesCVE-2017-15528
- 17 Nov 2017VU#817544Windows 8 and later fail to properly randomize every application if system-wide mandatory ASLR is enabled via EMET or Windows Defender Exploit GuardUnknown
- 15 Nov 2017VU#421280Microsoft Office Equation Editor stack buffer overflowCVE-2017-11882