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Top Newly Discovered Vulnerabilities April 2004

Top Newly Discovered Vulnerabilities April 2004

Symantec Security Response compiled the top five newly discovered vulnerabilities from the previous month on the following criteria:

Vulnerabilities with an impact rating of moderate-high to high. Impact is a numeric rating Symantec Security Response experts assign with values ranging from 1-10 representing the impact of the vulnerability on the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the affected system. Vulnerabilities that are remotely exploitable. Vulnerabilities affecting widely deployed and well-known technologies. Potential for hackers to exploit as part of a blended threat.

Microsoft Windows LSASS Buffer Overrun Vulnerability

Microsoft Windows Private Communications Transport Protocol Buffer Overrun Vulnerability

Multiple Vendor TCP Sequence Number Approximation Vulnerability

Cisco WLSE/HSE Devices Default Username and Password Vulnerability

HP Web Jetadmin Multiple Vulnerabilities

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