Opera Multiple Vulns, Lotus Notes Java Compromise

Multiple vulnerabilities in the Opera web browser have been reported. These vulnerabilities could allow for the execution of arbitrary script code, conduct cross site scripting, force a user to upload files, and bypass security restrictions. These vulnerabilities are reported in versions prior to 9.26. Version 9.26 is available at the time of this writing. Anyone using this software should upgrade as soon as possible.
If you’re running IBM Lotus Notes with “Enable Java access from JavaScript” enabled, then you are vulnerable to remote compromise. The vulnerability is reported in versions 6.5.6 and 7.0. Reportedly, the vulnerability has been fixed in version 7.0.2. Also, the vendor suggests disabling the above option.

Quicktime PoC, IBM Lotus DoS

There’s a vulnerability in IBM Lotus Domino, which could result in a Denial of Service. There aren’t any details regarding the specifics of the vulnerability at this time. The vulnerability is reported in versions below 7.0.2 Fix Pack 3. Administrators should look in to updating to 7.0.2 Fix Pack 3. More information can be obtained from the original advisory http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg27011539
McAfee E-Business Server is also vulnerable to a local Denial of Service. An error in the handling of authentication packets can be exploited to DoS the service or potentially execute arbitrary code. Version 8.5.2 and earlier are vulnerable. Version 8.5.3 is available.
An exploit has been released for the Quicktime RTSP vulnerability previously discusses. There is currently no fix available at this time. Users should be aware and alert to what they are watching/listening to and from who.