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squid


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2016-12-23 squid -- multiple vulnerabilities
2016-05-07 squid -- multiple vulnerabilities
2016-04-21 squid -- multiple vulnerabilities
2016-04-02 squid -- multiple vulnerabilities
2016-02-24 squid -- remote DoS in HTTP response processing
2016-02-18 squid -- SSL/TLS processing remote DoS
2015-09-18 squid -- TLS/SSL parser denial of service vulnerability
2015-07-06 squid -- client-first SSL-bump does not correctly validate X509 server certificate
squid -- Improper Protection of Alternate Path with CONNECT requests
2014-09-18 squid -- Buffer overflow in SNMP processing
2013-07-15 squid -- denial of service
2012-12-28 squid -- denial of service
2010-09-24 squid -- Denial of service vulnerability in request handling
2010-02-14 squid -- Denial of Service vulnerability in HTCP
2010-02-01 squid -- Denial of Service vulnerability in DNS handling
2009-07-27 squid -- several remote denial of service vulnerabilities
2009-02-09 squid -- remote denial of service vulnerability
2007-12-04 Squid -- Denial of Service Vulnerability
2007-03-21 Squid -- TRACE method handling denial of service
2005-11-01 squid -- FTP server response handling denial of service
2005-09-15 squid -- possible denial of service condition regarding NTLM authentication
2005-09-04 squid -- Denial Of Service Vulnerability in sslConnectTimeout
squid -- Possible Denial Of Service Vulnerability in store.c
2005-06-03 squid -- denial-of-service vulnerabilities
2005-05-19 squid -- DNS lookup spoofing vulnerability
squid -- possible abuse of cachemgr.cgi
2005-04-10 squid -- DoS on failed PUT/POST requests vulnerability
2005-02-08 squid -- correct handling of oversized HTTP reply headers
2005-01-28 squid -- buffer overflow in WCCP recvfrom() call
2005-01-24 squid -- possible cache-poisoning via malformed HTTP responses
2005-01-22 squid -- HTTP response splitting cache pollution attack
2005-01-19 squid -- no sanity check of usernames in squid_ldap_auth
2005-01-12 squid -- buffer overflow vulnerability in gopherToHTML
squid -- denial of service with forged WCCP messages
2004-12-23 squid -- confusing results on empty acl declarations
2004-12-09 squid -- possible information disclosure
2004-10-18 squid -- NTLM authentication denial-of-service vulnerability
2004-10-12 squid -- SNMP module denial-of-service vulnerability
2004-06-09 Buffer overflow in Squid NTLM authentication helper
2004-03-26 squid ACL bypass due to URL decoding bug