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CVE-2006-2310 BlueDragon Server and Server JX 6.2.1.286 for Windows allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (hang) via a request for a .cfm file whose name contains an MS-DOS device name such as (1) con, (2) aux, (3) com1, and (4) com2.
CVE-2005-2815 print.php in FlatNuke 2.5.6 allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information (path disclosure on error) or cause a denial of service (resource consumption) via an MS-DOS device name in the news parameter to print.php, such as (1) AUX, (2) CON, (3) PRN, (4) COM1, or (5) LPT1.
CVE-2005-2538 FlatNuke 2.5.5 and possibly earlier versions allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information via (1) a null byte or (2) an MS-DOS device name such as AUX, CON, PRN, COM1, or LPT1 in the mod parameter.
CVE-2005-2195 Apple Darwin Streaming Server 5.5 and earlier allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (application crash) via a URL with a filename containing a .cgi extension and an MS-DOS device name such as AUX, CON, PRN, COM1, or LPT1, a different vulnerability than CVE-2003-0421 and CVE-2003-0502.
CVE-2005-1729 Novell eDirectory 8.7.3 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (application crash) via a URL containing an MS-DOS device name such as AUX, CON, PRN, COM1, or LPT1.
CVE-2005-0850 FileZilla FTP server before 0.9.6 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service via a request for a filename containing an MS-DOS device name such as CON, NUL, COM1, LPT1, and others.
CVE-2004-2316 Mbedthis AppWeb HTTP server before 1.0.2 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) via a GET request containing an MS-DOS device name such as COM1.
CVE-2004-2224 Appfoundry Message Foundry 2.75 .0003 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) via an HTTP GET request that contains MS-DOS device names such as com1.
CVE-2004-1675 Serv-U FTP server 4.x and 5.x allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (application crash) via a STORE UNIQUE (STOU) command with an MS-DOS device name argument such as (1) COM1, (2) LPT1, (3) PRN, or (4) AUX.
CVE-2004-0552 Sophos Small Business Suite 1.00 on Windows does not properly handle files whose names contain reserved MS-DOS device names such as (1) LPT1, (2) COM1, (3) AUX, (4) CON, or (5) PRN, which can allow malicious code to bypass detection when it is installed, copied, or executed.
CVE-2004-0466 WebConnect 6.5, 6.4.4, and possibly earlier versions allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (hang) via a URL containing an MS-DOS device name such as (1) AUX, (2) CON, (3) PRN, (4) COM1, or (5) LPT1.
CVE-2004-0050 Verity Ultraseek before 5.2.2 allows remote attackers to obtain the full pathname of the document root via an MS-DOS device name in the web search option, such as (1) NUL, (2) CON, (3) AUX, (4) COM1, (5) COM2, and others.
CVE-2002-2237 tftp32 TFTP server 2.21 and earlier allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service via a GET request with a DOS device name such as com1 or aux.
  
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