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Gentoo This is a re-release of GLSA-200302-09 becuse the first post contained some errors.

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PACKAGE : mod_php
SUMMARY : arbitrary code execution
DATE    : 2003-02-19 15:56 UTC
EXPLOIT : remote

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This is a re-release of GLSA-200302-09 becuse the first post
contained some errors.

From release notes:

"PHP contains code for preventing direct access to the CGI binary with
configure option "--enable-force-cgi-redirect" and php.ini option
"cgi.force_redirect". In PHP 4.3.0 there is a bug which renders these
options useless."

Read the full release notes at:


It is recommended that all Gentoo Linux users who are running
dev-php/mod_php upgrade to mod_php-4.3.1 as follows:

emerge sync
emerge -u mod_php
emerge clean

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