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CVE-2018-13457

Description

qh_echo in Nagios Core 4.4.1 and earlier is prone to a NULL pointer dereference vulnerability, which allows attackers to cause a local denial-of-service condition by sending a crafted payload to the listening UNIX socket.

Priority: MEDIUM
CVSS v3: 5.5
Publish Date: Jul 12, 2018
Related ID: --
CVSS v2: MEDIUM
Modified Date: Jul 12, 2018

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Products Affected

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Product Name Status Defect Fixed Downloads
Linux
Wind River Linux LTS 17 Won't Fix -- -- --
Wind River Linux 8 Fixed LIN8-9424
8.0.0.27 --
Wind River Linux 9 Fixed LIN9-7120
9.0.0.17 --
Wind River Linux 7 Fixed -- 7.0.0.29 --
Wind River Linux LTS 21 Not Vulnerable -- -- --
Wind River Linux LTS 18 Not Vulnerable -- -- --
Wind River Linux LTS 19 Not Vulnerable -- -- --
Wind River Linux CD release Not Vulnerable -- -- --
VxWorks
VxWorks 7 Not Vulnerable -- -- --
VxWorks 6.9 Not Vulnerable -- -- --

Related Products

Product Name Status Defect Fixed Downloads

Comments

nagios-core


Notes
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