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Debian WireX discovered a potential temporary file race condition in the waythat squid sends out email messages notifying the administrator aboutupdating the program.

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Debian Security Advisory DSA-019-1                                            Martin Schulze
January 25, 2001
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Package        : squid
Vulnerability  : insecure tempfile hole
Debian-specific: no

WireX discovered a potential temporary file race condition in the way
that squid sends out email messages notifying the administrator about
updating the program.  This could lead to arbitrary files to get
overwritten.  However the code would only be executed if running a
very bleeding edge release of squid, running a server whose time is
set some number of months in the past and squid is crashing.  Read it
as hardly to exploit.  This version also containes more upstream
bugfixes wrt. dots in hostnames and unproper HTML quoting.

We recommend you upgrade your squid package..

wget url
        will fetch the file for you
dpkg -i file.deb
        will install the referenced file.

You may use an automated update by adding the resources from the
footer to the proper configuration.

Debian GNU/Linux 2.2 alias potato
- ------------------------------------

  Potato was released for the alpha, arm, i386, m68k, powerpc and sparc

  Source archives:
      MD5 checksum: 8475d28db69cd901609a384a7a72d45c
      MD5 checksum: 43da73f621704331add0a4a990a96676
      MD5 checksum: 3ae40a4f21b110553446fe3d92ed2bda

  Intel ia32 architecture:
      MD5 checksum: bd1fcb943bb2c2ea86f95a1e0a5fa482
      MD5 checksum: 04ccb01c216b5beb3949c751121c8fcb
      MD5 checksum: 39bfe66b003157e90937d28ab6a0193a

  Motorola 680x0 architecture:
      MD5 checksum: e6453913239ea696d787eeef61121cac
      MD5 checksum: ed57e5456e081e260747b24f108a1d10
      MD5 checksum: 4a1e67b863e26764608f991f93be00e7

  Sun Sparc architecture:
      MD5 checksum: 998349778feeb91ba09b439d9c9325f9
      MD5 checksum: 8a58eb2f68da8de395cc8dcca9a0b125
      MD5 checksum: a0f62d653e0a2dd21db6455385947942

  Alpha architecture:
      MD5 checksum: 690dda904ac988b608e1878356038b7d
      MD5 checksum: 4ee17e8c212edb9bc6f19e21a659a5d3
      MD5 checksum: 65d2a3acd6d9e135abecae651b09adab

  PowerPC architecture:
      MD5 checksum: 8bec2a10ddc72244988a61f75f810162
      MD5 checksum: 8f9e7cb06a0b658726d3d18223998df2
      MD5 checksum: 70a37ca9316e19ae7b0c4a601b0bfc97

  ARM architecture:
      MD5 checksum: 6d32d86539aed7825d3fcc0d4f19c951
      MD5 checksum: 55089f6f4eee2b34327c6959685a7cf9
      MD5 checksum: b5daf01c8627f099595e2435fc53ddea

  These files will be moved into*/binary-$arch/ soon.

For not yet released architectures please refer to the appropriate
directory$arch/ .

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For apt-get: deb stable/updates main
For dpkg-ftp: dists/stable/updates/main
Mailing list:
Package info: `apt-cache show ' and

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