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Slow Sunday; CA Message Queuing Vulns; Process Explorer Vuln; Infocon: Green Redux

Published: 2005-08-21
Last Updated: 2005-08-22 00:45:40 UTC
by Dave Brookshire (Version: 1)
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Ahh the glory..

of a Sunday shift. Peace and quiet. Quite a difference given the extraordinary amount of traffic on the handlers list in the past week. Phew. Lucky me.

CA Message Queuing Vulnerabilities

Fixes for a number of CA Message Queuing Products have been made available. These vulnerabilities included a possible DoS vuln, a buffer overflow and possible spoofing vuln that would allow arbitrary commands to be executed. More information is available at:

Sysinternals Process Explorer Vulnerability

A vulnerability in the venerable Process Explorer from Sysinternals has been disclosed. It has been found to be prone to a buffer overflow that could result in the execution of arbitrary code. More information is available at

From the Last Diary Entry: Infocon back to Green.

Our Infocon is back to Green status after stay Yellow within 24 Hours for alerting new MS IE msdds.dll issue. Microsoft releases their advisory yesterday with some more information. You can find more information from our yesterday's diary. Even though we are back to green status, the issue still exists and will keep updating any new information and stay with us.
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