|Improper Input Validation|
|Permissions, Privileges, and Access Controls|
|Vulnerability||Severity Score||Release Date||Summary|
|CVE-2007-6239||5.0||Dec. 4, 2007||
The "cache update reply processing" functionality in Squid 2.x before 2.6.STABLE17 and Squid 3.0 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) via unknown vectors related to HTTP headers and an Array memory leak during requests for cached objects.
|CVE-2009-0801||5.4||March 4, 2009||
Squid, when transparent interception mode is enabled, uses the HTTP Host header to determine the remote endpoint, which allows remote attackers to bypass access controls for Flash, Java, Silverlight, and probably other technologies, and possibly communicate with restricted intranet sites, via a crafted web page that causes a client to send HTTP requests with a modified Host header.