http://www.intel.com/support/network/sb/CS-023726.htm There is a buffer overflow that affects the drivers for all Intel PCI, PCI-X and PCIe network adapters. This could cause a privilege escalation on any computer that has one of these network drivers.
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There are three vulnerabilities for Internet Explorer 7 at this time.
Integer overflow in Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 on Windows XP SP2 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) and execute arbitrary code via a 0x7fffffff argument to the setSlice method on a WebViewFolderIcon ActiveX object, which leads to an invalid memory copy.
It can can result in a DoS attack on any server that is using a version of openssl
(does not affect openssl versions earlier then 0.9.7). They have
patched openssl and released 0.9.7l and 0.9.8d.