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Security Linux News for Jun 25, 2002

  • Caldera OpenLinux Advisory: apache (2002-06-25 17:23:00)
    "There is a remotely exploitable vulnerability in the handling of large chunks of data in web servers that are based on Apache source code..."

  • EnGarde Secure Linux Advisory: OpenSSH (2002-06-25 14:20:29)
    "Theo de Raadt announced the existence of an upcoming vulnerability in the OpenSSH secure shell daemon..."

  • Debian GNU/Linux Advisory: OpenSSH (2002-06-25 14:18:13)
    "This advisory is an update to DSA-134-1: some extra information is provided on broken or changed functionality in this new release and packages for Debian GNU/Linux 2.2/potato are now available..."

  • Debian GNU/Linux Advisory: OpenSSH (2002-06-25 04:15:00)
    "Theo de Raadt announced that the OpenBSD team is working with ISS on a remote exploit for OpenSSH (a free implementation of the Secure SHell protocol). They are refusing to provide any details on the vulnerability but instead are advising everyone to upgrade to the latest release, version 3.3..."

  • LinuxSecurity.com: Significant OpenSSH Vulnerability (2002-06-25 03:43:30)
    "In an email addressed to many in the security community today... Theo de Raadt, lead developer for OpenBSD and OpenSSH, announced an OpenSSH vulnerability. The details of the vulnerability have not yet been made public, but has acknowledged that it is remotely exploitable...