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Affected Versions (129): 1.0, 1.0.8, 1.0.8mit, 1.1, 1.2, 1.2.2.beta1, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 1.6.3, 1.6.3 Kdc, 1.7, 1.8, 1.9, 1.10, 1.10.1, 1.10.2, 1.10.3, 1.10.4, 1.10.6, 1.11, 1.11.3, 1.12, 1.13, 1.13.1, 1.13.2, 1.13.3, 1.13.4, 1.14, 1.14.1, 1.14.2, 1.15, 1.15.1, 1.15.2, 1.16, 1.17, 1.17.1, 1.18, 1.18.1, 1.18.2, 4, 4.0, 5, 5 1.0, 5 1.0.6, 5 1.1, 5 1.1.1, 5 1.2, 5 1.3.3, 5 1.13, 5-1.0, 5-1.1, 5-1.2, 5-1.2.1, 5-1.2.2, 5-1.2.3, 5-1.2.4, 5-1.2.5, 5-1.2.6, 5-1.2.7, 5-1.2.8, 5-1.3, 5-1.3.1, 5-1.3.2, 5-1.3.3, 5-1.3.4, 5-1.3.5, 5-1.3.6, 5-1.4, 5-1.4.1, 5-1.4.2, 5-1.4.3, 5-1.4.4, 5-1.5, 5-1.5.1, 5-1.5.2, 5-1.5.3, 5-1.5.4, 5-1.6, 5-1.6.1, 5-1.6.2, 5-1.6.3, 5-1.7, 5-1.7.1, 5-1.8, 5-1.8.1, 5-1.8.2, 5-1.8.3, 5-1.8.4, 5-1.8.5, 5-1.8.6, 5-1.9, 5-1.9.1, 5-1.9.2, 5-1.9.3, 5-1.9.4, 5-1.10, 5-1.10.1, 5-1.10.2, 5-1.10.3, 5-1.10.4, 5-1.10.5, 5-1.10.6, 5-1.10.7, 5-1.11, 5-1.11.1, 5-1.11.2, 5-1.11.3, 5-1.11.4, 5-1.11.5, 5-1.12, 5-1.12.1, 5-1.12.2, 5-1.13, 5-1.13.1, 5-1.14, 5-appl 1.0.1, 5.1, 5.1.1, 5.1.2, 5.1.3, 5.1.4, 5.1.5, 5.1.6, 5.1.7, 5.1.8, 5.1.9, 5.18

Link to Product Website: http://www.mit.edu/

Software Type: Network Authentication Software

PublishedBaseTempVulnerability0dayTodayExpRemCTICVE
11/06/20205.55.3MIT Kerberos 5 ASN.1 asn1_encode.c recursion$0-$5k$0-$5kNot DefinedOfficial Fix0.05CVE-2020-28196
12/26/20185.14.9MIT Kerberos input validation$5k-$25k$0-$5kNot DefinedOfficial Fix0.05CVE-2018-20217
03/06/20185.14.9MIT Kerberos 5 kadmin ldap injection$5k-$25k$0-$5kNot DefinedOfficial Fix0.06CVE-2018-5730
03/06/20184.54.3MIT Kerberos 5 kadmin null pointer dereference$0-$5k$0-$5kNot DefinedOfficial Fix0.00CVE-2018-5729
01/16/20185.45.4MIT Kerberos 5 Key Distribution Center ldap_principal2.c null pointer dereference$0-$5k$0-$5kNot DefinedNot Defined0.01CVE-2018-5710
01/16/20187.47.4MIT Kerberos 5 dump.c integer overflow$5k-$25k$5k-$25kNot DefinedNot Defined0.07CVE-2018-5709
11/23/20178.58.2MIT Kerberos 5 X.509 Data pkinit_crypto_openssl.c X509_NAME_oneline_ex memory corruption$5k-$25k$0-$5kNot DefinedOfficial Fix0.08CVE-2017-15088
09/13/20179.69.2MIT Kerberos 5 double free$25k-$100k$0-$5kNot DefinedOfficial Fix0.05CVE-2017-11462
08/09/20176.56.2MIT Kerberos 5 KDC Assertion input validation$5k-$25k$5k-$25kNot DefinedOfficial Fix0.02CVE-2017-11368
07/20/20166.56.2MIT Kerberos 5 KDC Service validate_as_request null pointer dereference$0-$5k$0-$5kNot DefinedOfficial Fix0.01CVE-2016-3120
03/26/20165.34.6MIT Kerberos kadmin ldap_principal2.c process_db_args null pointer dereference$0-$5k$0-$5kUnprovenOfficial Fix0.00CVE-2016-3119
02/03/20164.84.2MIT Kerberos xdr_nullstring memory corruption$5k-$25k$0-$5kUnprovenOfficial Fix0.04CVE-2015-8629
02/03/20167.56.5MIT Kerberos kadmin kadm5_modify_principal null pointer dereference$5k-$25k$0-$5kUnprovenOfficial Fix0.00CVE-2015-8630
02/03/20166.55.7MIT Kerberos rb5_unparse_name memory corruption$0-$5k$0-$5kUnprovenOfficial Fix0.05CVE-2015-8631
11/13/20156.36.0MIT Kerberos iakerb.c gss_export_sec_context memory corruption$25k-$100k$5k-$25kNot DefinedOfficial Fix0.00CVE-2015-2698
10/26/20154.34.1MIT Kerberos TGS Request bld_princ.c memory corruption$5k-$25k$0-$5kNot DefinedOfficial Fix0.01CVE-2015-2697
10/26/20155.35.1MIT Kerberos IAKERB gss_inquire_context source code$5k-$25k$0-$5kNot DefinedOfficial Fix0.09CVE-2015-2696
10/26/20155.35.1MIT Kerberos GSS-API Library gss_inquire_context source code$5k-$25k$0-$5kNot DefinedOfficial Fix0.00CVE-2015-2695
05/25/20157.37.0MIT Kerberos kdcpreauth main.c access control$5k-$25k$0-$5kNot DefinedOfficial Fix0.00CVE-2015-2694
02/03/20155.34.6MIT Kerberos libgssrpc information disclosure$5k-$25k$0-$5kUnprovenOfficial Fix0.00CVE-2014-9423
02/03/20157.66.6MIT Kerberos Key access control$25k-$100k$0-$5kUnprovenOfficial Fix0.00CVE-2014-9422
02/03/20159.98.6MIT Kerberos XDR Data use after free$25k-$100k$0-$5kUnprovenOfficial Fix0.00CVE-2014-9421
02/03/20159.98.6MIT Kerberos kadmind gss_process_context_token use after free$25k-$100k$0-$5kUnprovenOfficial Fix0.08CVE-2014-5352
12/16/20144.33.8MIT Kerberos Principal Entry krb5_add_ber_mem_ldap_mod null pointer dereference$5k-$25k$0-$5kUnprovenOfficial Fix0.03CVE-2014-5354
12/16/20144.33.8MIT Kerberos Named Ticket Policy krb5_ldap_get_password_policy_from_dn null pointer dereference$5k-$25k$0-$5kUnprovenOfficial Fix0.01CVE-2014-5353

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