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Microsoft Windows: CVE-2017-0270: Windows SMB Information Disclosure Vulnerability

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Microsoft Windows: CVE-2017-0270: Windows SMB Information Disclosure Vulnerability

Severity
4
CVSS
(AV:N/AC:M/Au:N/C:P/I:N/A:N)
Published
05/09/2017
Created
07/25/2018
Added
06/14/2017
Modified
06/10/2024

Description

Microsoft Server Message Block 1.0 (SMBv1) allows an information disclosure vulnerability in the way that Microsoft Windows Server 2008 SP2 and R2 SP1, Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 Gold and R2, Windows RT 8.1, Windows 10 Gold, 1511, 1607, and 1703, and Windows Server 2016 handles certain requests, aka "Windows SMB Information Disclosure Vulnerability". This CVE ID is unique from CVE-2017-0267, CVE-2017-0268, CVE-2017-0271, CVE-2017-0274, CVE-2017-0275, and CVE-2017-0276.

Solution(s)

  • microsoft-windows-windows_10-1507-kb4019474
  • microsoft-windows-windows_10-1511-kb4019473
  • microsoft-windows-windows_10-1607-kb4019472
  • microsoft-windows-windows_10-1703-kb4016871
  • msft-kb4018466-0ac43a1b-cec6-4b42-ad24-3c34a8e1f23b
  • msft-kb4018466-3b1535a8-4b05-4b14-8491-27afbaca7011
  • msft-kb4018466-57d49b99-b074-451e-8d4f-c1c7575d7b5a
  • msft-kb4018466-6cf11728-04ff-4916-9c93-36c0eea9ae55
  • msft-kb4018466-8a608f23-2fdd-4a22-b1f9-098ed9b3e7ce
  • msft-kb4018466-bb22d7aa-cc13-40b5-aed6-3d20e76cf08d
  • msft-kb4018466-bbee015f-c9ab-4f36-aad5-5642c4f04f2e
  • msft-kb4018466-d45bc611-b980-4633-970e-21a0842c1871
  • msft-kb4018466-d71f4cf7-ec1f-4d29-8a3e-20e7b23c0b9f
  • msft-kb4018466-d9ecfc51-5937-4dfd-b172-a12af99a2560
  • msft-kb4018466-f3845008-7f2b-407f-9ed7-f66db87e7858
  • msft-kb4019213-2913676b-33a1-4557-9160-f36bfed5f294
  • msft-kb4019213-3041ea24-871e-44bd-ad52-9b2620ca82bc
  • msft-kb4019213-3329281f-2407-4bda-b8a6-37dc9b1ef179
  • msft-kb4019214-6dbabc80-d41f-4736-ad08-5c172cb9c274
  • msft-kb4019214-79e81c68-ba95-4c77-a747-5f2effd6388e
  • msft-kb4019214-9b0cfbdc-1a83-4ff0-b80c-d1b4f1475cc7
  • msft-kb4019263-46c89aaa-6d7f-48c4-abda-2e0709b58b71
  • msft-kb4019263-a1d1d5c2-78be-44c0-b0eb-2706f1225447
  • msft-kb4019263-c218dbd8-9396-4978-a84d-aeb7a2c77ce3
  • msft-kb4019263-c4749633-16b1-4395-b0bd-1930ee20d5c6
  • msft-kb4019263-cd7fd4a7-f4db-493d-8cc3-70d33e708775
  • msft-kb4019263-d8a880a2-6caa-453f-81c8-c6a88bf19d69
  • msft-kb4019472-95ff788a-8fe4-4584-bfca-7051b92405b2
  • msft-kb4019623-66e7ac5c-2105-48e6-9d3d-5813a7141723
  • msft-kb4019623-d87d3f25-b844-4348-b732-a8985d58a73b

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