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Debian: 'libapache-mod-ssl' Buffer overflow / DoS  02 July 2002 
Posted by Team   
Recently, a problem has been found in the handling of .htaccess files,allowing arbitrary code execution as the web server user (regardless ofExecCGI / suexec settings), DoS attacks (killing off apache children), andallowing someone to take control of apache child processes - all troughspecially crafted .htaccess files.
Debian: UPDATE2: 'OpenSSH' Input Validation Vulnerability  27 June 2002 
Posted by Team   
This advisory is an update to DSA-134-3: this advisory containsupdated information that is relevant to all Debian installations ofOpenSSH (the ssh package). DSA-134-4 supersedes previous versions ofDSA-134.
Debian: UPDATE: 'ssh' Remote Vulnerability  26 June 2002 
Posted by Team   
This advisory is an update to DSA-134-2: the changes mainly deal withpackaging issues; if you have already successfully installed anopenssh package from a previous DSA-134 advisory you may disregardthis message.
Debian: 'ssh' Remote Vulnerability  24 June 2002 
Posted by Team   
Theo de Raadt announced that the OpenBSD team is working with ISSon a remote exploit for OpenSSH. No details on the type of vulnerability are available at this time, but everyone is advised to upgrade to version 3.3.
Debian: 'apache-perl' Remote DoS vulnerability  20 June 2002 
Posted by Team   
A remote denial of service vulnerability has been fixed in version 1.3.9-14.1-1.21.20000309-1 of the Debianapache-perl package and we recommand that you upgrade your apache-perlpackage immediately.
Debian: DoS attack in the Apache web-server  19 June 2002 
Posted by Team   
Mark Litchfield found a denial of service attack in the Apache web-server. While investigating the problem the Apache Software Foundation discovered that the code for handling invalid requests which use chunked encoding also might allow arbitrary code execution on 64 bit architectures.
Debian: 'ethereal' Remote memory allocation error  01 June 2002 
Posted by Team   
Ethereal versions prior to 0.9.3 were vulnerable to an allocation errorin the ASN.1 parser. This can be triggered when analyzing traffic usingthe SNMP, LDAP, COPS, or Kerberos protocols in ethereal.
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