Mail Server Software Vulnerabilities
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Affected Products (162): 1st Class Mail Server, 1st Class Internet Solutions 1st Class Mail Server, Ability Mail Server, acmailer, acmailer DB, Alt-N MDaemon, Alt-N Mdaemon, Alt-N MDaemon Security Gateway, Alt-N MDaemon Webmail, Alt-N WorldClient, Altn MDaemon, Amax Magic Winmail Server, Amax Information Technologies Magic Winmail Server, Apple AppleShare IP Mail Server, ArGoSoft Argosoft Mail Server, ArGoSoft Mail Server, Argosoft Mail Server, ArGoSoft Mini Mail Server, ArGo Soft Mail Server, Atrium Mercur Mailserver, Atrium Software Mercur Mailserver, Atrium Software Mercur Mail Server, Avexim Noticias Bebes Beybies, aVirt Mail Server, Avirt Mail Server, Axigen Axigen Mail Server, Axigen Mail Server, Baardsen Software Basomail Server, Berkeley Sendmail, BL4 SMTP Server, Cicoandcico CcMail, Citadel SMTP server, Code-Crafters Ability Mail Server, Comingchina U-Mail Webmail server, Computalynx CMail, Computalynx Cmail Mail Server, Computalynx Cmail SMTP Service, Concatus IMate Webmail Server, Courier MTA Webmail Server, CSM Mail Server, Dan Bernstein qmail, Dan Bernstein Qmail, Deerfield MDaemon, Double Precision Incorporated Courier Mail Server, Dovecot, Dovecot , dovecot, Dynfx Mailserver, E-Post Mail Server, EmailArchitect EmailArchitect Email Server, EmailArchitect Email Server, Eric Allman Sendmail, Eudora Internet Mail Server, Exim, exim, Exim Internet Mailer, Exim Server, Eximious Logo Designer, Foxmail Email Server, Foxmail Foxmail Email Server, Frederik Vermeulen netqmail, Gecad Axigen Free Mail Server, Gecad AXIGEN Mail Server, Gecad Technologies AXIGEN Mail Server, Gecad Technologies Axigen Mail Server, Goodtech Systems GoodTech SMTP server, Goodtech Systems GoodTech SMTP Server, Hexamail Hexamail Server, Hgiga C, Hgiga Cmail, hMailServer, IBM Sendmail, Icewarp Email Server, IceWarp eMail Server, Icewarp Mail Server, IceWarp Mail Server, Icewarp Merak Mail Server, IceWarp Merak Mail Server, Icewarp WebMail Server, IceWarp Mail Server, Inter7 qmailadmin, Inter7 Qmailadmin, Internet Anywhere Mail Server, Inweb Mail Server, Ipswitch IMail, Ipswitch IMAIL, IPSwitch IMail, Ipswitch Imail, IPSwitch IMail Express, Ipswitch IMail Server, IPSwitch IMail Server, Ipswitch WS FTP Server, ITHouse Mail Server, John Hardin Procmail Email Sanitizer, Kerio MailServer, Kerio Mailserver, MailEnable, MailEnable Enterprise Edition, Mailenable Enterprise Edition, MailEnable Enterprise Premium, MailEnable Imapd, MailEnable Professional, MailEnable Professional Edition, Mailenable Professional Edition, MailEnable Standard, MailEnable Web Mail, Mailenable Enterprise, MailEnable Enterprise, Mailenable Professional, MailEnable Professional, MailEnable Standard, Mail Server, masqmail, Masqmail, MDaemon SecurityGateway for Email Servers, MDaemon SMTP Server, MDaemon Webmail, Merak IceWarp Mail Server, Merak Mail Server, netqmail, Nettica Intellipeer Email Server, NoticeWare Email Server, NoticeWare NoticeWare Email Server NG, Pablosoftwaresolutions Quick 'n Easy Mail Server, Procmail, PSCS VPOP3 Web Mail Server, Qksoft QK SMTP Server 3, Qmail, QNAP QmailAgent, Revilloc Solutions RevilloC MailServer, Rumble Mail Server, sa-exim, Seattle Lab SLMail Server, Seeds acmailer, Sendmail, SH39 Mailserver, Smartserver3 SMTP Server, SMI Sendmail, Softalk Mail Server, SoftiaCom wMailServer, softiacom wmailserver, Softstack Free SMTP Server, solstice internet mail server, sqmail, Stalker Internet Mail Server, Sun Sendmail, Timo Sirainen Dovecot, Triexa SonicMailer Pro, Truenorth IA WebMail Server, Truenorth Software Ia Emailserver, Truenorth Software IA eMailServer, True North Internet Anywhere Mail Server, University of Cambridge Exim, Upland Solutions 1st Up Mail Server, Vintra SMTP MailServer, Virtualzone Smartmail Server, Visnetic Visnetic Antivirus Plug-in For Mail Server, Winmail Server, WinWebMail WinWebMail Server, Xcmail, YoungZSoft CMailServer, YoungZSoft CmailServer
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