Threat Encyclopedia

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This signature indicates a DNS protocol anomaly. It indicates detection of an undersized Domain Name Service (DNS) message.DNS...

Sep 11, 2006
This indicates detection of a Domain Name Service (DNS) message with unknown "class" field.DNS is a system that translates between...

Sep 11, 2006
This signature is to detect unknown binary connection tunnelling on port 80. Normally, HTTP access is open on the firewall. Attackers...

Sep 11, 2006
This protocol anomaly indicates that after decoding the LDAP PDU, the message type given is not defined in the LDAP RFC (2251).

Sep 11, 2006
This signature indicates that the version number of the MS SQL server is unknown.

Sep 11, 2006
It indicates a VRFY command is sent, a possible scanning attack via VRFY to obtain user information.

Sep 11, 2006
It indicates the system is under WinNuke attack. A WinNuke attack is a Denial-of-Service attack affects old Windows systems (Windows...

Sep 11, 2006
This indicates an attack attempt against a format-string vulnerability in the imap4d server in GNU Mailutils.The vulnerability...

Sep 10, 2006
This indicates a possible exploit of a buffer overflow vulnerability in the Network Block Device (nbd) server.This issue is due...

Sep 05, 2006
This indicates an exploit attempt against the Denial-of-Service vulnerability in Apache's mod_ssl module which could result in...

Sep 04, 2006
The Retro64 CR64Loader ActiveX control is prone to a remote buffer-overflow vulnerability that allow a remote attacker to cause...

Sep 04, 2006