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# CVE ID CWE ID # of Exploits Vulnerability Type(s) Publish Date Update Date Score Gained Access Level Access Complexity Authentication Conf. Integ. Avail.
1 CVE-2014-8476 200 +Info 2014-11-13 2014-11-14
2.1
None Local Low Not required Partial None None
The setlogin function in FreeBSD 8.4 through 10.1-RC4 does not initialize the buffer used to store the login name, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information from kernel memory via a call to getlogin, which returns the entire buffer.
2 CVE-2014-3873 20 +Info 2014-06-10 2014-06-24
2.1
None Local Low Not required Partial None None
The ktrace utility in the FreeBSD kernel 8.4 before p11, 9.1 before p14, 9.2 before p7, and 9.3-BETA1 before p1 uses an incorrect page fault kernel trace entry size, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information from kernel memory via a kernel process trace.
3 CVE-2008-0216 264 2008-01-15 2008-09-05
2.1
None Local Low Not required None Partial None
The ptsname function in FreeBSD 6.0 through 7.0-PRERELEASE does not properly verify that a certain portion of a device name is associated with a pty of a user who is calling the pt_chown function, which might allow local users to read data from the pty from another user.
4 CVE-2007-6150 200 Bypass +Info 2007-11-29 2008-11-15
2.1
None Local Low Not required Partial None None
The "internal state tracking" code for the random and urandom devices in FreeBSD 5.5, 6.1 through 6.3, and 7.0 beta 4 allows local users to obtain portions of previously-accessed random values, which could be leveraged to bypass protection mechanisms that rely on secrecy of those values.
5 CVE-2007-3722 DoS 2007-07-12 2008-11-15
2.1
None Local Low Not required None None Partial
The 4BSD process scheduler in the FreeBSD kernel performs scheduling based on CPU billing gathered from periodic process sampling ticks, which allows local users to cause a denial of service (CPU consumption) by performing voluntary nanosecond sleeps that result in the process not being active during a clock interrupt, as described in "Secretly Monopolizing the CPU Without Superuser Privileges."
6 CVE-2007-3721 DoS 2007-07-12 2008-11-15
2.1
None Local Low Not required None None Partial
The ULE process scheduler in the FreeBSD kernel gives preference to "interactive" processes that perform voluntary sleeps, which allows local users to cause a denial of service (CPU consumption), as described in "Secretly Monopolizing the CPU Without Superuser Privileges."
7 CVE-2006-6013 Overflow 2006-11-21 2008-09-05
2.1
None Local Low Not required Partial None None
Integer signedness error in the fw_ioctl (FW_IOCTL) function in the FireWire (IEEE-1394) drivers (dev/firewire/fwdev.c) in various BSD kernels, including DragonFlyBSD, FreeBSD 5.5, MidnightBSD 0.1-CURRENT before 20061115, NetBSD-current before 20061116, NetBSD-4 before 20061203, and TrustedBSD, allows local users to read arbitrary memory contents via certain negative values of crom_buf->len in an FW_GCROM command. NOTE: this issue has been labeled as an integer overflow, but it is more like an integer signedness error.
8 CVE-2006-5483 DoS 2006-10-24 2008-09-05
2.1
None Local Low Not required None None Partial
p1003_1b.c in FreeBSD 6.1 allows local users to cause an unspecified denial of service by setting a scheduler policy, which should only be settable by root.
9 CVE-2006-5482 DoS 2006-10-24 2008-09-05
2.1
None Local Low Not required None None Partial
ufs_vnops.c in FreeBSD 6.1 allows local users to cause an unspecified denial of service by calling the ftruncate function on a file type that is not VREG, VLNK or VDIR, which is not defined in POSIX.
10 CVE-2006-1056 310 +Info 2006-04-20 2014-04-18
2.1
None Local Low Not required Partial None None
The Linux kernel before 2.6.16.9 and the FreeBSD kernel, when running on AMD64 and other 7th and 8th generation AuthenticAMD processors, only save/restore the FOP, FIP, and FDP x87 registers in FXSAVE/FXRSTOR when an exception is pending, which allows one process to determine portions of the state of floating point instructions of other processes, which can be leveraged to obtain sensitive information such as cryptographic keys. NOTE: this is the documented behavior of AMD64 processors, but it is inconsistent with Intel processers in a security-relevant fashion that was not addressed by the kernels.
11 CVE-2006-0380 2006-01-25 2008-09-05
2.1
None Local Low Not required Partial None None
A logic error in FreeBSD kernel 5.4-STABLE and 6.0 causes the kernel to calculate an incorrect buffer length, which causes more data to be copied to userland than intended, which could allow local users to read portions of kernel memory.
12 CVE-2006-0379 2006-01-25 2008-09-05
2.1
None Local Low Not required Partial None None
FreeBSD kernel 5.4-STABLE and 6.0 does not completely initialize a buffer before making it available to userland, which could allow local users to read portions of kernel memory.
13 CVE-2006-0055 2006-01-11 2008-09-05
2.1
None Local Low Not required None Partial None
The ispell_op function in ee on FreeBSD 4.10 to 6.0 uses predictable filenames and does not confirm which file is being written, which allows local users to overwrite arbitrary files via a symlink attack when ee invokes ispell.
14 CVE-2005-1126 399 2005-04-15 2008-09-05
2.1
None Local Low Not required Partial None None
The SIOCGIFCONF ioctl (ifconf function) in FreeBSD 4.x through 4.11 and 5.x through 5.4 does not properly clear a buffer before using it, which allows local users to obtain portions of sensitive kernel memory.
15 CVE-2004-0618 DoS 2004-12-06 2008-09-05
2.1
None Local Low Not required None None Partial
FreeBSD 5.1 for the Alpha processor allows local users to cause a denial of service (crash) via an execve system call with an unaligned memory address as an argument.
16 CVE-2004-0602 +Priv 2004-12-06 2008-09-05
2.1
None Local Low Not required Partial None None
The binary compatibility mode for FreeBSD 4.x and 5.x does not properly handle certain Linux system calls, which could allow local users to access kernel memory to gain privileges or cause a system panic.
17 CVE-2004-0370 2004-05-04 2008-09-10
2.1
None Local Low Not required Partial None None
The setsockopt call in the KAME Project IPv6 implementation, as used in FreeBSD 5.2, does not properly handle certain IPv6 socket options, which could allow attackers to read kernel memory and cause a system panic.
18 CVE-2003-1289 2003-12-31 2008-09-05
2.1
None Local Low Not required Partial None None
The iBCS2 system call translator for statfs in NetBSD 1.5 through 1.5.3 and FreeBSD 4 up to 4.8-RELEASE-p2 and 5 up to 5.1-RELEASE-p1 allows local users to read portions of kernel memory (memory disclosure) via a large length parameter, which copies additional kernel memory into userland memory.
19 CVE-2002-1915 DoS 2002-12-31 2008-09-05
2.1
None Local Low Not required None None Partial
tip on multiple BSD-based operating systems allows local users to cause a denial of service (execution prevention) by using flock() to lock the /var/log/acculog file.
20 CVE-2002-1669 2002-12-31 2008-09-05
2.1
None Local Low Not required None Partial None
pkg_add in FreeBSD 4.2 through 4.4 creates a temporary directory with world-searchable permissions, which may allow local users to modify world-writable parts of the package during installation.
21 CVE-2002-1667 DoS 2002-12-31 2008-09-05
2.1
None Local Low Not required None None Partial
The virtual memory management system in FreeBSD 4.5-RELEASE and earlier does not properly check the existence of a VM object during page invalidation, which allows local users to cause a denial of service (crash) by calling msync on an unaccessed memory map created with MAP_ANON and MAP_NOSYNC flags.
22 CVE-2002-1125 2002-09-24 2008-09-10
2.1
None Local Low Not required Partial None None
FreeBSD port programs that use libkvm for FreeBSD 4.6.2-RELEASE and earlier, including (1) asmon, (2) ascpu, (3) bubblemon, (4) wmmon, and (5) wmnet2, leave open file descriptors for /dev/mem and /dev/kmem, which allows local users to read kernel memory.
23 CVE-2002-0831 DoS 2002-08-12 2008-09-05
2.1
None Local Low Not required None None Partial
The kqueue mechanism in FreeBSD 4.3 through 4.6 STABLE allows local users to cause a denial of service (kernel panic) via a pipe call in which one end is terminated and an EVFILT_WRITE filter is registered for the other end.
24 CVE-2002-0795 2002-08-12 2008-09-05
2.1
None Local Low Not required None Partial None
The rc system startup script for FreeBSD 4 through 4.5 allows local users to delete arbitrary files via a symlink attack on X Windows lock files.
25 CVE-2002-0701 +Info 2002-07-23 2008-09-10
2.1
None Local Low Not required Partial None None
ktrace in BSD-based operating systems allows the owner of a process with special privileges to trace the process after its privileges have been lowered, which may allow the owner to obtain sensitive information that the process obtained while it was running with the extra privileges.
26 CVE-2001-1029 Bypass 2001-09-20 2008-09-05
2.1
None Local Low Not required Partial None None
libutil in OpenSSH on FreeBSD 4.4 and earlier does not drop privileges before verifying the capabilities for reading the copyright and welcome files, which allows local users to bypass the capabilities checks and read arbitrary files by specifying alternate copyright or welcome files.
27 CVE-2001-0310 2001-06-02 2008-09-05
2.1
None Local Low Not required None None Partial
sort in FreeBSD 4.1.1 and earlier, and possibly other operating systems, uses predictable temporary file names and does not properly handle when the temporary file already exists, which causes sort to crash and possibly impacts security-sensitive scripts.
28 CVE-2001-0062 DoS 2001-02-12 2008-09-05
2.1
None Local Low Not required None None Partial
procfs in FreeBSD and possibly other operating systems allows local users to cause a denial of service by calling mmap on the process' own mem file, which causes the kernel to hang.
29 CVE-2000-0729 DoS 2000-10-20 2008-09-05
2.1
None Local Low Not required None None Partial
FreeBSD 5.x, 4.x, and 3.x allows local users to cause a denial of service by executing a program with a malformed ELF image header.
30 CVE-2000-0489 DoS 1999-09-05 2008-09-10
2.1
None Local Low Not required None None Partial
FreeBSD, NetBSD, and OpenBSD allow an attacker to cause a denial of service by creating a large number of socket pairs using the socketpair function, setting a large buffer size via setsockopt, then writing large buffers.
31 CVE-2000-0461 DoS 2000-05-29 2008-09-10
2.1
None Local Low Not required None None Partial
The undocumented semconfig system call in BSD freezes the state of semaphores, which allows local users to cause a denial of service of the semaphore system by using the semconfig call.
32 CVE-2000-0375 2001-03-12 2008-09-10
2.1
None Local Low Not required None Partial None
The kernel in FreeBSD 3.2 follows symbolic links when it creates core dump files, which allows local attackers to modify arbitrary files.
33 CVE-1999-1572 1996-07-16 2010-08-21
2.1
None Local Low Not required Partial None None
cpio on FreeBSD 2.1.0, Debian GNU/Linux 3.0, and possibly other operating systems, uses a 0 umask when creating files using the -O (archive) or -F options, which creates the files with mode 0666 and allows local users to read or overwrite those files.
34 CVE-1999-1564 DoS 1999-09-02 2008-09-05
2.1
None Local Low Not required None None Partial
FreeBSD 3.2 and possibly other versions allows a local user to cause a denial of service (panic) with a large number accesses of an NFS v3 mounted directory from a large number of processes.
35 CVE-1999-1402 1997-05-17 2008-09-05
2.1
None Local Low Not required None Partial None
The access permissions for a UNIX domain socket are ignored in Solaris 2.x and SunOS 4.x, and other BSD-based operating systems before 4.4, which could allow local users to connect to the socket and possibly disrupt or control the operations of the program using that socket.
36 CVE-1999-1314 DoS 1996-05-17 2008-09-10
2.1
None Local Low Not required None None Partial
Vulnerability in union file system in FreeBSD 2.2 and earlier, and possibly other operating systems, allows local users to cause a denial of service (system reload) via a series of certain mount_union commands.
37 CVE-1999-1214 255 DoS 1997-09-15 2011-03-10
2.1
None Local Low Not required None None Partial
The asynchronous I/O facility in 4.4 BSD kernel does not check user credentials when setting the recipient of I/O notification, which allows local users to cause a denial of service by using certain ioctl and fcntl calls to cause the signal to be sent to an arbitrary process ID.
38 CVE-1999-0912 DoS 1999-09-22 2008-09-09
2.1
None Local Low Not required None None Partial
FreeBSD VFS cache (vfs_cache) allows local users to cause a denial of service by opening a large number of files.
39 CVE-1999-0857 1999-12-01 2008-09-09
2.1
None Local Low Not required None Partial None
FreeBSD gdc program allows local users to modify files via a symlink attack.
40 CVE-1999-0782 1998-11-18 2008-09-09
2.1
None Local Low Not required None Partial None
KDE kppp allows local users to create a directory in an arbitrary location via the HOME environmental variable.
41 CVE-1999-0322 1997-10-29 2008-09-09
2.1
None Local Low Not required None Partial None
The open() function in FreeBSD allows local attackers to write to arbitrary files.
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