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2021-03-04 asterisk -- Crash when negotiating T.38 with a zero port
2021-02-18 asterisk -- An unsuspecting user could crash Asterisk with multiple hold/unhold requests
asterisk -- Remote attacker could prematurely tear down SRTP calls
asterisk -- Remote crash in res_pjsip_diversion
asterisk -- Remote crash possible when negotiating T.38
asterisk -- Remote Crash Vulnerability in PJSIP channel driver
2020-12-22 asterisk -- Remote crash in res_pjsip_diversion
2020-11-05 asterisk -- Outbound INVITE loop on challenge with different nonce
asterisk -- Remote crash in res_pjsip_session
2014-06-17 asterisk -- multiple vulnerabilities
2014-03-10 asterisk -- multiple vulnerabilities
2013-12-17 asterisk -- multiple vulnerabilities
2013-08-28 asterisk -- multiple vulnerabilities
2013-03-29 asterisk -- multiple vulnerabilities
2013-01-03 asterisk -- multiple vulnerabilities
2012-08-30 asterisk -- multiple vulnerabilities
2012-07-06 asterisk -- multiple vulnerabilities
2012-05-29 asterisk -- multiple vulnerabilities
2012-04-23 asterisk -- multiple vulnerabilities
2012-03-15 asterisk -- multiple vulnerabilities
2012-01-20 asterisk -- SRTP Video Remote Crash Vulnerability
2011-12-09 asterisk -- Multiple Vulnerabilities
2011-10-17 asterisk -- remote crash vulnerability in SIP channel driver
2011-06-25 Asterisk -- multiple vulnerabilities
2011-06-02 asterisk -- Remote crash vulnerability
2011-04-21 Asterisk -- multiple vulnerabilities
2011-03-16 asterisk -- Multiple Vulnerabilities
2011-02-22 asterisk -- Exploitable Stack and Heap Array Overflows
2011-01-19 asterisk -- Exploitable Stack Buffer Overflow