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Certain patch-installation scripts in Oracle Solaris allow local users to append data to arbitrary files via a symlink attack on the /tmp/CLEANUP temporary file, related to use of Update Manager.
The ucode_ioctl function in intel/io/ucode_drv.c in Sun Solaris 10 and OpenSolaris snv_69 through snv_133, when running on x86 architectures, allows local users to cause a denial of service (panic) via a request with a 0 size value to the UCODE_GET_VERSION IOCTL, which triggers a NULL pointer dereference in the ucode_get_rev function, related to retrieval of the microcode revision.
Trusted Extensions in Sun Solaris 10 allows local users to gain privileges via vectors related to omission of unspecified libraries from software updates.
Unspecified vulnerability in Sun Solaris 10 and OpenSolaris snv_49 through snv_117, when 64bit mode is used on the Intel x86 platform and a Linux (lx) branded zone is configured, allows local users to cause a denial of service (panic) via unspecified vectors, a different vulnerability than CVE-2007-6225.
Unspecified vulnerability in the kernel in Sun Solaris 10 and OpenSolaris 2009.06 on the x86-64 platform allows local users to gain privileges via unknown vectors, as demonstrated by the vd_sol_local module in VulnDisco Pack Professional 8.12. NOTE: as of 20091203, this disclosure has no actionable information. However, because the VulnDisco Pack author is a reliable researcher, the issue is being assigned a CVE identifier for tracking purposes.
Multiple unspecified vulnerabilities in ldap_cachemgr (aka the LDAP client configuration cache daemon) in Sun Solaris 9 and 10, and OpenSolaris before snv_78, allow local users to cause a denial of service (daemon crash) via vectors involving multiple serviceSearchDescriptor attributes and a call to the getldap_lookup function, and unspecified other vectors.
Unspecified vulnerability in the timeout mechanism in sshd in Sun Solaris 10, and OpenSolaris snv_99 through snv_123, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (daemon outage) via unknown vectors that trigger a "dangling sshd authentication thread."
Memory leak in the Sockets Direct Protocol (SDP) driver in Sun Solaris 10, and OpenSolaris snv_57 through snv_94, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (memory consumption) via unspecified vectors.
Trusted Extensions in Sun Solaris 10 interferes with the operation of the xscreensaver-demo command for the XScreenSaver application, which makes it easier for physically proximate attackers to access an unattended workstation for which the intended screen locking did not occur, related to the "restart daemon."
Unspecified vulnerability in the Solaris Trusted Extensions Policy configuration in Sun Solaris 10, and OpenSolaris snv_37 through snv_125, might allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code by leveraging access to the X server.
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