Security hole found in junkbuster program.
Nov 12, 1998, 04:23 (1 Talkback[s])
From the Debian security mailing list, Wichert Akkerman writes:
We have received reports that junkbuster had a couple buffer overflow
vulnerabilities. We fixed those in version 2.0-3.2. All later version
are also not vulnerable. The patches were backported from 2.0.2 .
We recommend you upgrade your junkbuster package immediately.
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will install the referenced file.
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