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Security Linux News for Jul 02, 2002

  • Debian GNU/Linux Advisory: libapache-mod-ssl (2004-07-27 21:59:36)
    "This is a revision to DSA 531-1, due to a problem with a documentation symlink in the previous version of the i386 binary package..."

  • Suse Linux Advisory: OpenSSH (2002-07-02 23:19:40)
    "SuSE Security has issued two warnings and one SuSE Security Announcement on 25th and 26th of June concerning the vulnerabilities found in the openssh package that is contained and installed by default on most SuSE products..."

  • Conectiva Linux Advisory: apache/mod_ssl (2002-07-02 23:17:59)
    An off-by-one buffer overflow vulnerability exists in the code which handles entries in .htaccess files in mod_ssl <= 2.8.9.

  • EnGarde Secure Linux Advisories: OpenSSH and mod_ssl (2002-07-02 14:26:15)
    Two new security updates for EnGarde Secure Linux.

  • Debian GNU/Linux Advisory: libapache-mod-ssl (2002-07-02 14:24:17)
    "Recently, a problem has been found in the handling of .htaccess files, allowing arbitrary code execution as the web server user (regardless of ExecCGI / suexec settings), DoS attacks (killing off apache children), and allowing someone to take control of apache child processes - all trough specially crafted .htaccess files..."

  • Network Computing: Feeling the Heat in Redmond (2002-07-02 13:05:30)
    "Microsoft, always the picture of paranoia, is looking especially anxious these days. Its quasi-monopoly is under siege, not so much by government trustbusters as by the momentum of open-source software alternatives..."