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Exploiting X11 Unauthenticated Access

X11 for Windows systems is a graphical window system common to Unix and Linux implementations and found in Windows software such as Hummingbird and surpassed by X Server. Several vulnerabilities have been found in X11 (xinput, evi, mit, shm, xfree86, misc extensions), Solaris X11 display server (xorg-1, xsun-1), and Solaris x11 print server (XPRT-1).

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Ensar Seker

Ensar Seker

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