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16.07.2009 [DSECRG-09-031] Oracle BEA Weblogic - Linked ŐSS vulnerability

16.07.2009 [DSECRG-09-025] Oracle Secure Enterprise Search 10.1.8 Linked XSS vulnerability

08.06.2009 [DSECRG-09-015] SAP GUI 6.4 Buffer Overflow vulnerability

05.05.2009 [DSECRG-09-038] Sun Glassfish Woodstock Project - Linked XSS Vulnerability

05.05.2009 [DSECRG-09-034] Sun Glassfish Enterprise Server - Multiple Linked XSS vulnerabilies

21.04.2009 [DSECRG-09-021] SAP Cfolders Multiple Linked XSS Vulnerabilities

21.04.2009 [DSECRG-09-014] SAP Cfolders Multiple Stored XSS Vulnerabilies

16.04.2009 [DSECRG-09-020] Apache Geronimo - Multiple XSRF vulnerabilities

16.04.2009 [DSECRG-09-019] Apache Geronimo - Multiple XSS vulnerabilities

16.04.2009 [DSECRG-09-018] Apache Geronimo - Directory Traversal vulnerabilities

14.04.2009 [DSECRG-09-037] AbleSpace CMS 1.0 - Multiple Security Vulnerabilities (Blind SQL Injection, XSS)

09.04.2009 [DSECRG-09-036] Chance-i DiViS DVR System Web-server - Directory Traversal File Download

09.04.2009 [DSECRG-09-035] Chance-i DiViS DVR ActiveX - Heap Overflow

31.03.2009 [DSECRG-09-016] SAP SAPDB (WEB DBM) XSS Vulnerability

31.03.2009 [DSECRG-09-013] IBM WebSphere Application Server - Multiple XSS Vulnerabilities

31.03.2009 [DSECRG-09-030] PrecisionID Datamatrix ActiveX control - Arbitrary File overwriting

26.02.2009 [DSECRG-09-009] APC PowerChute Network Shutdown Web Interface - XSS vulnerability

25.02.2009 [DSECRG-09-008] JOnAS (Java Open Application Server) 4.10.3 - Linked XSS Vulnerability

04.02.2009 [DSECRG-09-007] SecurityFocus.com Linked XSS vulnerability

30.01.2009 [DSECRG-09-006] Synactis All_IN_THE_BOX ActiveX Control - Null byte File Owervrite

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