RSS   Vulnerabilities for 'Java virtual machine'   RSS

2004-07-27
 
CVE-2004-0723

 

 
Microsoft Java virtual machine (VM) 5.0.0.3810 allows remote attackers to bypass sandbox restrictions to read or write certain data between applets from different domains via the "GET/Key" and "PUT/Key/Value" commands, aka "cross-site Java."

 
2002-11-29
 
CVE-2002-1295

 

 
The Microsoft Java implementation, as used in Internet Explorer, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) and possibly conduct other unauthorized activities via applet tags in HTML that bypass Java class restrictions (such as private constructors) by providing the class name in the code parameter, aka "Incomplete Java Object Instantiation Vulnerability."

 
 
CVE-2002-1294

 

 
The Microsoft Java implementation, as used in Internet Explorer, can provide HTML object references to applets via Javascript, which allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash due to illegal memory accesses) and possibly conduct other unauthorized activities via an applet that uses those references to access proprietary Microsoft methods.

 
 
CVE-2002-1293

 

 
The Microsoft Java implementation, as used in Internet Explorer, provides a public load0() method for the CabCracker class (com.ms.vm.loader.CabCracker), which allows remote attackers to bypass the security checks that are performed by the load() method.

 
 
CVE-2002-1292

CWE-Other
 

 
The Microsoft Java virtual machine (VM) build 5.0.3805 and earlier, as used in Internet Explorer, allows remote attackers to extend the Standard Security Manager (SSM) class (com.ms.security.StandardSecurityManager) and bypass intended StandardSecurityManager restrictions by modifying the (1) deniedDefinitionPackages or (2) deniedAccessPackages settings, causing a denial of service by adding Java applets to the list of applets that are prevented from running.

 
 
CVE-2002-1291

 

 
The Microsoft Java implementation, as used in Internet Explorer, allows remote attackers to read arbitrary local files and network shares via an applet tag with a codebase set to a "file://%00" (null character) URL.

 
 
CVE-2002-1290

 

 
The Microsoft Java implementation, as used in Internet Explorer, allows remote attackers to read and modify the contents of the Clipboard via an applet that accesses the (1) ClipBoardGetText and (2) ClipBoardSetText methods of the INativeServices class.

 
 
CVE-2002-1289

 

 
The Microsoft Java implementation, as used in Internet Explorer, allows remote attackers to read restricted process memory, cause a denial of service (crash), and possibly execute arbitrary code via the getNativeServices function, which creates an instance of the com.ms.awt.peer.INativeServices (INativeServices) class, whose methods do not verify the memory addresses that are passed as parameters.

 
 
CVE-2002-1288

 

 
The Microsoft Java implementation, as used in Internet Explorer, allows remote attackers to determine the current directory of the Internet Explorer process via the getAbsolutePath() method in a File() call.

 
 
CVE-2002-1287

 

 
Stack-based buffer overflow in the Microsoft Java implementation, as used in Internet Explorer, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service via a long class name through (1) Class.forName or (2) ClassLoader.loadClass.

 


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