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Security vulnerability in ASE 15.0.2 and later. Also affecting Replication Server, OpenServer/SDK, IQ, SQL Anywhere, EA Server, RAP, and Event Stream Processor.
There is a security vulnerabilities in ASE 15.0.2 and later. This also affects all products that use the TDS protocol either to connect to ASE, or to accpet TDS logins.
Possible security vulnerability in Open Sever 15.5 and earlier. Also affecting EAServer, RAP, ECDA, MFC/DC, Rep Server, Open Switch, and ASE.
There are two possible security vulnerabilities in Open Server 15.5 and earlier. This also affects all products that include the affected Open Server versions.
Possible security vulnerability in EAServer 6.3.1 and Earlier. This also affects Appeon, Replication Server Messaging Edition, and WorkSpace.
There is a situation where Sybase EAServer 6.3.1 or earlier exhibit a possible security vulnerability. This also affects those products that include EAServer; Appeon, Replication Server Messaging Edition, and WorkSpace.
Possible security vulnerabilities in EAServer 6.3 and Earlier. This also affects Appeon, Replication Server Messaging Edition, and WorkSpace.
There are two situations where Sybase EAServer 6.3 or earlier versions exhibit possible security vulnerabilities. This also affects those products that include EAServer; Appeon, Replication Server Messaging Edition, and WorkSpace.
Possible security vulnerability using password fields in J2EE or Java GUI applications on UNIX & LINUX platforms
This document describes a situation where usage of password fields in standalone J2EE application clients, or other Java GUI applications, can lead to security vulnerabilities. The problem only affects products running on UNIX and LINUX platforms.
Possible security vulnerability with Sybase Central and Sybase Central Plugins running on UNIX & LINUX platforms
A security issue in Sybase Central Plugins can allow an encrypted password to be discovered in very limited circumstances.
Security Issue in EAServer 5.2 - Addendum
A further manifestation of the issue has been identified in EAServer 5.2, which is fixed by applying the same EBF.
Security Issue in EAServer 5.2 and Earlier.
EAServer 5.2 contains a security vulnerability that is resolved by applying an EBF. Sybase recommends that customers update their EAServer as soon as possible. This vulnerability also affects versions of EAServer prior to version 5.2.
Urgent from Sybase: Security Issue When Using JSPs in EAServer
Under certain conditions, a software problem may cause EAServer to return the source contents of a JSP file along with the response headers. Customers are strongly urged to apply a corrective EBF as soon as possible.
EAServer Web Services XML Parser Vulnerability
This document describes a vulnerability in the EAServer web services XML parser and how to resolve the issue.