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Mandrake: 'squid' Denial of service vulnerability Print E-mail
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Mandrake A malicous DNS server could craft a DNS reply that causes Squid to exit with a SIGSEGV.

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                Mandrake Linux Security Update Advisory
________________________________________________________________________

Package name:           squid
Advisory ID:            MDKSA-2002:027
Date:                   April 16th, 2002
Affected versions:      7.1, 7.2, 8.0, 8.1, 8.2, Corporate Server 1.0.1,
                        Single Network Firewall 7.2
________________________________________________________________________

Problem Description:
 A security issue has recently been found and fixed in the Squid-2.X
 releases up to and including 2.4.STABLE4.

 Error and boundary conditions were not checked when handling compressed
 DNS answer messages in the internal DNS code (lib/rfc1035.c).  A
 malicous DNS server could craft a DNS reply that causes Squid to exit
 with a SIGSEGV.
________________________________________________________________________

References:

  http://www.squid-cache.org/Advisories/SQUID-2002_2.txt
________________________________________________________________________

Updated Packages:

 Linux-Mandrake 7.1:
 a8521febeb22c7a61d39fc03694ce8fa  7.1/RPMS/squid-2.4.STABLE6-1.3mdk.i586.rpm
 b6277223c10037008cc296ed4246c2fa  7.1/SRPMS/squid-2.4.STABLE6-1.3mdk.src.rpm

 Linux-Mandrake 7.2:
 07b6200cb3429e12fa17c55d0905c098  7.2/RPMS/squid-2.4.STABLE6-1.3mdk.i586.rpm
 b6277223c10037008cc296ed4246c2fa  7.2/SRPMS/squid-2.4.STABLE6-1.3mdk.src.rpm

 Mandrake Linux 8.0:
 4f19e1c8f64f4c42cbffdb493dd8aef0  8.0/RPMS/squid-2.4.STABLE6-1.2mdk.i586.rpm
 501b0506b806ec4e1621d772ed35f8c2  8.0/SRPMS/squid-2.4.STABLE6-1.2mdk.src.rpm

 Mandrake Linux 8.0/ppc:
 6edade11924a82f716b41ab113ff158f  ppc/8.0/RPMS/squid-2.4.STABLE6-1.2mdk.ppc.rpm
 501b0506b806ec4e1621d772ed35f8c2  ppc/8.0/SRPMS/squid-2.4.STABLE6-1.2mdk.src.rpm

 Mandrake Linux 8.1:
 92dd6f13a2cc1e67159a35f195788ce3  8.1/RPMS/squid-2.4.STABLE6-1.1mdk.i586.rpm
 ffa0862cb28670c146aa60c3ddfffd89  8.1/SRPMS/squid-2.4.STABLE6-1.1mdk.src.rpm

 Mandrake Linux 8.1/ia64:
 5090519d39c53bfef418e5cf06835c97  ia64/8.1/RPMS/squid-2.4.STABLE6-1.1mdk.ia64.rpm
 ffa0862cb28670c146aa60c3ddfffd89  ia64/8.1/SRPMS/squid-2.4.STABLE6-1.1mdk.src.rpm

 Mandrake Linux 8.2:
 48854ffb620b739d98bf2a4d93aa761e  8.2/RPMS/squid-2.4.STABLE6-1.1mdk.i586.rpm
 ffa0862cb28670c146aa60c3ddfffd89  8.2/SRPMS/squid-2.4.STABLE6-1.1mdk.src.rpm

 Mandrake Linux 8.2/ppc:
 56232a6132d8761f53c93f8bbc9a5127  ppc/8.2/RPMS/squid-2.4.STABLE6-1.1mdk.ppc.rpm
 ffa0862cb28670c146aa60c3ddfffd89  ppc/8.2/SRPMS/squid-2.4.STABLE6-1.1mdk.src.rpm

 Corporate Server 1.0.1:
 a8521febeb22c7a61d39fc03694ce8fa  1.0.1/RPMS/squid-2.4.STABLE6-1.3mdk.i586.rpm
 b6277223c10037008cc296ed4246c2fa  1.0.1/SRPMS/squid-2.4.STABLE6-1.3mdk.src.rpm

 Single Network Firewall 7.2:
 07b6200cb3429e12fa17c55d0905c098  snf7.2/RPMS/squid-2.4.STABLE6-1.3mdk.i586.rpm
 b6277223c10037008cc296ed4246c2fa  snf7.2/SRPMS/squid-2.4.STABLE6-1.3mdk.src.rpm
________________________________________________________________________

Bug IDs fixed (see https://qa.mandrakesoft.com for more information):

________________________________________________________________________

To upgrade automatically, use MandrakeUpdate.  The verification of md5
checksums and GPG signatures is performed automatically for you.

If you want to upgrade manually, download the updated package from one
of our FTP server mirrors and upgrade with "rpm -Fvh *.rpm".  A list of
FTP mirrors can be obtained from:

   http://www.mandrakesecure.net/en/ftp.php

Please verify the update prior to upgrading to ensure the integrity of
the downloaded package.  You can do this with the command:

  rpm --checksig 

All packages are signed by MandrakeSoft for security.  You can obtain
the GPG public key of the Mandrake Linux Security Team from:

  https://www.mandrakesecure.net/RPM-GPG-KEYS

Please be aware that sometimes it takes the mirrors a few hours to
update.

You can view other update advisories for Mandrake Linux at:

   http://www.mandrakesecure.net/en/advisories/

MandrakeSoft has several security-related mailing list services that
anyone can subscribe to.  Information on these lists can be obtained by
visiting:

   http://www.mandrakesecure.net/en/mlist.php

If you want to report vulnerabilities, please contact

  security@linux-mandrake.com
________________________________________________________________________

Type Bits/KeyID     Date       User ID
pub  1024D/22458A98 2000-07-10 Linux Mandrake Security Team
  <security@linux-mandrake.com>


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