2012-01-20 05:04:51 2012-01-27 05:04:23

IBM WebSphere Application Server (WAS) 6.0 through 6.0.2.43, 6.1 before 6.1.0.43, 7.0 before 7.0.0.23, and 8.0 before 8.0.0.3 computes hash values for form parameters without restricting the ability to trigger hash collisions predictably, which allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (CPU consumption) by sending many crafted parameters.

Vector

NETWORK

Complexity

LOW

Authentication

NONE

Confidentiality

NONE

Integrity

NONE

Availability

PARTIAL
Google Android API 17.0 (17) Google Android API 18.0 (18) Google Android Operating System 4.4 Google Android Operating System 4.4.1 Google Android Operating System 4.4.2 Google Android Operating System 2.3.6 Google Android Operating System 2.3.4 Google Android Operating System 4.0.3 Google Android Operating System 4.4.4 Google Android API 16.0 (16) Google Android Operating System 1.1 Ibm Websphere application server 6.0.2.0 (not an official CPE) Ibm Websphere application server 6.0.1.0 (not an official CPE) Google Android Operating System 4.1.2 Google Android Operating System 4.2 (Jelly Bean) Google Bionic for Android Google Android API 9.0 (9) Google Android Operating System 4.1 Google Android API 13.0 (13) Google Android Operating System 4.2.2 Google Android Operating System 4.2.1 Google Android Operating System 2.0 Google Checkout php 1.2 Google Android Operating System 1.6 Google Android Operating System 2.1 Ibm Websphere application server 6.0.2.43 (not an official CPE) Google Android Operating System 2.0.1 Google Android Operating System 4.0.2 Google Android Operating System 4.0.1 Ibm Websphere application server 6.0.1.12 (not an official CPE) Google Android API 1.0 (1) Google Android Operating System 2.3.1 Goodiware GoodReader 3.5.1 for iPhone OS Google Android Operating System 2.3 Goodiware GoodReader 3.5.0 for iPhone OS Google Android Operating System 2.2.3 Ibm Websphere application server 6.0.0.0 (not an official CPE) Google Android Operating System 1.5 Google Android Debug Bridge Google Chrome 0.2.152.1 Google Chrome 0.2.149.30 Google Android Operating System 3.2.2 Google Android Operating System 3.2.1 Google Android Operating System 3.2.4 Ibm Websphere application server 6.0.2.8 (not an official CPE) Google Google API Search 1.3.1 Google Checkout php 1.3.2 Google Chrome 0.2.153.1 Google Android Operating System 4.3.1 Google Android SDK Tools 0.7 Google Chrome 0.1.38.2 Google Authenticator 0.91 Google Android Operating System 2.3.7 Google Authenticator 0.86 Google Android Operating System 3.0 Google Android API 12.0 (12) Ibm Websphere application server 6.0.2.21 (not an official CPE) Google Android Operating System 2.2.1 Google Chrome 0.1.40.1 Google Android API 10.0 (10) Google Chrome 0.1.42.3 Google Android API 11.0 (11) Google Android Operating System 2.2 Google Android Operating System 2.3.2 Google Android Operating System 3.1 Google Android Operating System 3.2 Goodiware GoodReader 3.7.0 for iPhone OS

Improper Input Validation (ID 20)

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