Exploits found on the INTERNET

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2017-01-13Nginx Deb Root PrivEsc ExploitPublished
2016-11-17Nginx Debian-Based Distros Root Privilege EscalationPublished
2014-12-30Nginx 1.7.3 SMTP STARTTLS plaintext injection flawPublished
2014-03-30Nginx 1.4.6/1.5.11 Heap-based buffer overflow in the SPDYPublished
2013-07-25Nginx 1.3.9 / 1.4.0 x86 Brute Force Remote Exploit DescriptionPublished
2013-07-11Nginx 1.3.9 / 1.4.0 x86 Brute Force Proof Of ConceptPublished
2013-05-23Nginx HTTP Server 1.3.9-1.4.0 Chuncked Encoding Stack Buffer OverflowPublished
2013-05-18Nginx v1.3.9-1.4.0 DOS Proof of ConceptPublished
2013-05-08Nginx 1.3.9 - 1.4.0 Remote Buffer OverflowPublished
2013-04-26Nginx ngx_http_close_connection Integer OverflowPublished
2013-04-20Nginx Arbitrary Code Execution NullByte InjectionPublished
2010-05-30Nginx web servers 0.6.36 and below path traversalPublished
2010-01-22Nginx, Varnish, Cherokee, thttpd, mini-httpd, WEBrick, Orion, AOLserver, Yaws and Boa log escape seqPublished
2010-01-14Nginx, Varnish, Cherokee, thttpd, mini-httpd, WEBrick, Orion, AOLserver log escape sequence injectioPublished




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