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Heap overflow in the KTH Kerberos 4 FTP client 4-1.1.1 allows remote malicious servers to execute arbitrary code on the client via a long response to a passive (PASV) mode request.
The Kerberos Telnet protocol, as implemented by KTH Kerberos IV and Kerberos V (Heimdal), does not encrypt authentication and encryption options sent from the server, which allows remote attackers to downgrade authentication and encryption mechanisms via a man-in-the-middle attack.
KTH Kerberos IV and Kerberos V (Heimdal) for Telnet clients do not encrypt connections if the server does not support the requested encryption, which allows remote attackers to read communications via a man-in-the-middle attack.
KTH Kerberos IV allows local users to overwrite arbitrary files via a symlink attack on a ticket file.
Buffer overflow in the kdc_reply_cipher function in KTH Kerberos IV allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service and possibly execute arbitrary commands via a long authentication request.
KTH Kerberos IV allows local users to specify an alternate proxy using the krb4_proxy variable, which allows the user to generate false proxy responses and possibly gain privileges.
KTH Kerberos IV allows local users to change the configuration of a Kerberos server running at an elevated privilege by specifying an alternate directory using with the KRBCONFDIR environmental variable, which allows the user to gain additional privileges.
Kerberos 4 allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information via a malformed UDP packet that generates an error string that inadvertently includes the realm name and the last user.
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