Vulnerability Report: Slackware Linux 10.0

This vulnerability report for Slackware Linux 10.0 contains a complete overview of all Secunia advisories affecting it. You can use this vulnerability report to ensure that you are aware of all vulnerabilities, both patched and unpatched, affecting this product allowing you to take the necessary precautions.

If you have information about a new or an existing vulnerability in Slackware Linux 10.0 then you are more than welcome to contact us.


Table of Contents

1. Product Summary Only

2. Secunia Advisory Statistics (All time)
2.1. Statistics for 2015
2.2. Statistics for 2014
2.3. Statistics for 2013
2.4. Statistics for 2012
2.5. Statistics for 2011
2.6. Statistics for 2010
2.7. Statistics for 2009
2.8. Statistics for 2008
2.9. Statistics for 2007
2.10. Statistics for 2006
2.11. Statistics for 2005
2.12. Statistics for 2004
2.13. Statistics for 2003

3. List of Secunia Advisories (All time)
3.1. List for 2015
3.2. List for 2014
3.3. List for 2013
3.4. List for 2012
3.5. List for 2011
3.6. List for 2010
3.7. List for 2009
3.8. List for 2008
3.9. List for 2007
3.10. List for 2006
3.11. List for 2005
3.12. List for 2004
3.13. List for 2003

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Vendor, Links, and Unpatched Vulnerabilities

Vendor Slackware Linux

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Affected By 149 Secunia advisories
323 Vulnerabilities

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4 Secunia Advisories in 2004

Secunia has issued a total of 4 Secunia advisories in 2004 for Slackware Linux 10.0. Currently, 0% (0 out of 4) are marked as unpatched.

More information about the specific Secunia advisories affecting Slackware Linux 10.0 can be found below. Each Secunia advisory is enclosed by a box highlighted with a color representing its current patch status. You can read the complete Secunia advisories for thorough descriptions of the issues covered and for solution suggestions by clicking either the Secunia advisory title or the "Read More" links available for each Secunia advisory.



patched Slackware update for libtiff
Vendor Patch. Secunia Advisory 1 of 4 in 2004. 8,995 views.
Release Date:
2004-11-01
Secunia Advisory ID:
SA13043
Solution Status:
Vendor Patch
Criticality:
Highly critical
Impact:
DoS
System access
Where:
From remote
Short Description:
Slackware has issued an update for libtiff. This fixes some vulnerabilities, which can be exploited by malicious people to compromise a vulnerable system or cause a DoS (Denial of Service). [Read More]


patched Slackware update for apache/mod_ssl
Vendor Patch. Secunia Advisory 2 of 4 in 2004. 10,292 views.
Release Date:
2004-11-01
Secunia Advisory ID:
SA13042
Solution Status:
Vendor Patch
Criticality:
Less critical
Impact:
Privilege escalation
Where:
Local system
Short Description:
Slackware has issued updates for apache and mod_ssl. These fix a vulnerability, which can be exploited by malicious, local users to gain escalated privileges. [Read More]


patched Slackware update for apache/mod_ssl/php
Vendor Patch. Secunia Advisory 3 of 4 in 2004. 9,041 views.
Release Date:
2004-10-26
Secunia Advisory ID:
SA12971
Solution Status:
Vendor Patch
Criticality:
Highly critical
Impact:
Security Bypass
DoS
System access
Where:
From remote
Short Description:
Slackware has issued updates for apache, mod_ssl, and php. These fix some vulnerabilities, which can be exploited by malicious people to bypass certain security restrictions, cause a DoS (Denial of Service), and potentially compromise a vulnerable system. [Read More]


patched Slackware update for gaim
Vendor Patch. Secunia Advisory 4 of 4 in 2004. 8,960 views.
Release Date:
2004-10-25
Secunia Advisory ID:
SA12964
Solution Status:
Vendor Patch
Criticality:
Highly critical
Impact:
System access
Where:
From remote
Short Description:
Slackware has issued an update for gaim. This fixes a vulnerability, which potentially can be exploited by malicious people to compromise a user's system. [Read More]





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