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" <http://www.lotus.com/products/product4.nsf/wdocs/dominohomepage> IBM Lotus Domino server software combines enterprise-class messaging and calendar/ scheduling capabilities with a robust platform for collaborative applications on a wide variety of operating systems."
A buffer overflow vulnerability in Lotus Domino allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code on the server.
Vulnerable Systems: * Lotus Domino version 6.5.4 * Lotus Domino version 6.0.5
A buffer overflow vulnerability occurs whenever a user submits large amount of data to certain time/date fields that can be updated from the web interface. This vulnerability can be exploited by a malicious user with access to the web server to cause the Lotus Domino server to execute arbitrary code and to crash, resulting in a Denial of Server
The vendor has issued a patch for both versions:
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