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Buffer overflow in mIRC 6.1 and 6.11 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) via a long DCC SEND request.
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** DISPUTED ** Buffer overflow in the font command of mIRC, probably 6.16, allows local users to execute arbitrary code via a long string. NOTE: the original researcher claims that issue has been disputed by the vendor, and that the vendor stated "as...
** DISPUTED ** Buffer overflow in mIRC 5.91, 6.03, 6.12, and 6.16 allows local users to execute arbitrary code via a long string that is entered after reaching the DCC Get Folder Dialog. NOTE: this issue has been disputed by the vendor, saying "as f...
Buffer overflow in mIRC 6.0.2 and earlier allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a long $asctime value.
mIRC DCC server protocol allows remote attackers to gain sensitive information such as alternate IRC nicknames via a "100 testing" message in a DCC connection request that cannot be ignored or canceled by the user, which may leak the alternate nickna...
Buffer overflow in mIRC 5.91 and earlier allows a remote server to execute arbitrary code on the client via a long nickname.
DDE in mIRC allows local users to launch applications under another user's account via a DDE message that executes a command, which may be executed by the other user's process.
The locking feature in mIRC 5.7 allows local users to bypass the password mechanism by modifying the LockOptions registry key.
The DCC server command in the Mirc 5.5 client doesn't filter characters from file names properly, allowing remote attackers to place a malicious file in a different location, possibly allowing the attacker to execute commands.
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