By Risk Score
By Publish Date
By Recent Activity
xorg-server vulnerabilities and exploits
(subscribe to this query)
X.Org Server (aka xserver and xorg-server) before 1.16.3 and 1.17.x before 1.17.1 allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information from process memory or cause a denial of service (crash) via a crafted string length value in a XkbSetGeometry request....
It was discovered that libICE before 1.0.9-8 used a weak entropy to generate keys. A local attacker could potentially use this flaw for session hijacking using the information available from the process list....
It was found that xorg-x11-server before 1.19.0 including uses memcmp() to check the received MIT cookie against a series of valid cookies. If the cookie is correct, it is allowed to attach to the Xorg session. Since most memcmp() implementations return after an invalid byte is...
It was discovered that libXdmcp before 1.1.2 including used weak entropy to generate session keys. On a multi-user system using xdmcp, a local attacker could potentially use information available from the process list to brute force the key, allowing them to hijack other...
The (1) SProcRecordCreateContext and (2) SProcRecordRegisterClients functions in the Record extension and the (3) SProcSecurityGenerateAuthorization function in the Security extension in the X server 1.4 in X.Org X11R7.3 allow context-dependent attackers to execute arbitrary...
Integer overflow in the AllocateGlyph function in the Render extension in the X server 1.4 in X.Org X11R7.3 allows context-dependent attackers to execute arbitrary code via unspecified request fields that are used to calculate a heap buffer size, which triggers a heap-based...
Integer overflow in the ProcRenderCreateCursor function in the Render extension in the X server 1.4 in X.Org X11R7.3 allows context-dependent attackers to cause a denial of service (daemon crash) via unspecified request fields that are used to calculate a glyph buffer size,...
Integer overflow in the fbShmPutImage function in the MIT-SHM extension in the X server 1.4 in X.Org X11R7.3 allows context-dependent attackers to read arbitrary process memory via crafted values for a Pixmap width and height....
Multiple integer overflows in XFree86 before 4.3.0 allow user-assisted attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted pixmap image....
Integer overflow in the ProcDRI2GetBuffers function in the DRI2 extension in X.Org Server (aka xserver and xorg-server) 1.7.0 through 1.16.x before 1.16.3 allows remote authenticated users to cause a denial of service (crash) or possibly execute arbitrary code via a crafted...