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Date: Wed, 13 Dec 2006 12:21:14 +0000
From: Roger Howorth <>
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Subject: Re: [SPAM-1] Full-Disclosure Digest, Vol 22,
	Issue 17

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Subject: [SPAM-1] Full-Disclosure Digest, Vol 22, Issue 17

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Today's Topics:

   1. [SBDA] - ColdFusion MX7 - Multiple Vulnerabilities (Brett Moore)
   2. Re: looking for security community input (Stack Smasher)
   3. Re: Another,	different MS Word 0-day vulnerability reported
      (Juha-Matti Laurio)
   4. ERRATA: [ GLSA 200612-03 ] GnuPG: Multiple	vulnerabilities
      (Raphael Marichez)
   5. Secunia Research: MailEnable IMAP Service Buffer	Overflow
      Vulnerability (Secunia Research)
   6. Secunia Research: AOL CDDBControl ActiveX	Control
      "SetClientInfo()" Buffer Overflow (Secunia Research)


Message: 1
Date: Mon, 11 Dec 2006 11:35:25 +1300
From: "Brett Moore" <>
Subject: [SPAM-1] [Full-disclosure] [SBDA] - ColdFusion MX7 - Multiple
To: <>
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Just clearing stuff out before Christmas.

= ColdFusion MX7 - Multiple Vulnerabilities
= Vendor Website:  
= Affected Software:
=       ColdFusion MX7 (and possibly MX6)
= Public disclosure on Monday December 11, 2006
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