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HP-UX: CVE-2011-3548: Running Java JRE and JDK, Remote Denial of Service (DoS), Unauthorized Modification and Disclosure of Information

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HP-UX: CVE-2011-3548: Running Java JRE and JDK, Remote Denial of Service (DoS), Unauthorized Modification and Disclosure of Information

Severity
10
CVSS
(AV:N/AC:L/Au:N/C:C/I:C/A:C)
Published
10/19/2011
Created
07/25/2018
Added
08/11/2017
Modified
09/12/2017

Description

Unspecified vulnerability in the Java Runtime Environment component in Oracle Java SE JDK and JRE 7, 6 Update 27 and earlier, 5.0 Update 31 and earlier, and 1.4.2_33 and earlier allows remote untrusted Java Web Start applications and untrusted Java applets to affect confidentiality, integrity, and availability, related to AWT.

Solution(s)

  • hpux-update-jdk14-jdk14-com
  • hpux-update-jdk14-jdk14-demo
  • hpux-update-jdk14-jdk14-ipf32
  • hpux-update-jdk14-jdk14-ipf64
  • hpux-update-jdk14-jdk14-pa11
  • hpux-update-jdk14-jdk14-pa20
  • hpux-update-jdk14-jdk14-pa20w
  • hpux-update-jdk14-jdk14-pnv2
  • hpux-update-jdk14-jdk14-pwv2
  • hpux-update-jpi14-jpi14-com
  • hpux-update-jpi14-jpi14-com-doc
  • hpux-update-jpi14-jpi14-ipf32
  • hpux-update-jpi14-jpi14-pa11
  • hpux-update-jre14-jre14-com
  • hpux-update-jre14-jre14-com-doc
  • hpux-update-jre14-jre14-ipf32
  • hpux-update-jre14-jre14-ipf32-hs
  • hpux-update-jre14-jre14-ipf64
  • hpux-update-jre14-jre14-ipf64-hs
  • hpux-update-jre14-jre14-pa11
  • hpux-update-jre14-jre14-pa11-hs
  • hpux-update-jre14-jre14-pa20
  • hpux-update-jre14-jre14-pa20-hs
  • hpux-update-jre14-jre14-pa20w
  • hpux-update-jre14-jre14-pa20w-hs
  • hpux-update-jre14-jre14-pnv2
  • hpux-update-jre14-jre14-pnv2-h
  • hpux-update-jre14-jre14-pwv2
  • hpux-update-jre14-jre14-pwv2-h

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