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Fedora Core 4 Update: httpd-2.0.54-10.3 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora This update includes fixes for three security issues in the Apache HTTP Server.
Fedora Update Notification

Product     : Fedora Core 4
Name        : httpd
Version     : 2.0.54                      
Release     : 10.3                  
Summary     : Apache HTTP Server
Description :
The Apache HTTP Server is a powerful, full-featured, efficient, and
freely-available Web server. The Apache HTTP Server is also the
most popular Web server on the Internet.

Update Information:

This update includes fixes for three security issues in the
Apache HTTP Server.

A memory leak in the worker MPM could allow remote attackers
to cause a denial of service (memory consumption) via
aborted connections, which prevents the memory for the
transaction pool from being reused for other connections.
The Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures project assigned
the name CVE-2005-2970 to this issue. This vulnerability
only affects users who are using the non-default worker MPM.

A flaw in mod_imap when using the Referer directive with
image maps was discovered. With certain site configurations,
a remote attacker could perform a cross-site scripting
attack if a victim can be  forced to visit a malicious URL
using certain web browsers. (CVE-2005-3352)

A NULL pointer dereference flaw in mod_ssl was discovered
affecting server configurations where an SSL virtual host is
configured with access control and a custom 400 error
document. A remote attacker could send a carefully
crafted request to trigger this issue which would lead to a
crash. This crash would only be a denial of service if using
the non-default worker MPM. (CVE-2005-3357)

* Tue Jan 17 2006 Joe Orton  2.0.54-10.3
- mod_ssl: add security fix for HTTP-on-SSL-port handling (CVE-2005-3357)
- mod_imap: add security fix for XSS issue (CVE-2005-3352)
- worker MPM: add security fix for memory consumption DoS (CVE-2005-2970),
  and bug fixes for handling resource allocation failures (#171759)
- mod_ssl: buffer request bodies for per-location renegotiation (upstream #12355)

This update can be downloaded from:

dad048a945087d7bfc78bc4ae94111ce48ecf7fb  SRPMS/httpd-2.0.54-10.3.src.rpm
5b6d6597cfe9f1bb36a21227943cde8664eafdcb  ppc/httpd-2.0.54-10.3.ppc.rpm
0d57fd912a03a9079c11cd8bfb49fd4f5dab7a99  ppc/httpd-devel-2.0.54-10.3.ppc.rpm
2656e7eedf0695ae66b946c3dfce4291082edac8  ppc/httpd-manual-2.0.54-10.3.ppc.rpm
8b52dfd03a206f48ded470a9b72806de3077c270  ppc/mod_ssl-2.0.54-10.3.ppc.rpm
16ec57db5e7c2565868c7adeff003881c938bf23  ppc/debug/httpd-debuginfo-2.0.54-10.3.ppc.rpm
8bed48fddd4cfd2bcbb0ee14e738c5cefa616eae  x86_64/httpd-2.0.54-10.3.x86_64.rpm
6175611861e72f6798966e25663483a3dba92671  x86_64/httpd-devel-2.0.54-10.3.x86_64.rpm
94f951cbdfac7529f1f0707786ef59525797ea44  x86_64/httpd-manual-2.0.54-10.3.x86_64.rpm
1c71c5f55766d2d1152f3e287aacf70e017fe2ad  x86_64/mod_ssl-2.0.54-10.3.x86_64.rpm
8a870ce0e7f5c14478f5448714babfd53ff773a1  x86_64/debug/httpd-debuginfo-2.0.54-10.3.x86_64.rpm
6db7bcdecfe33ad04ccd1f62cb865d5d85526bd5  i386/httpd-2.0.54-10.3.i386.rpm
757af8de4747675acba18a57ad50425324b62015  i386/httpd-devel-2.0.54-10.3.i386.rpm
add58762ba00bf5e967183039fd387b3c22fa857  i386/httpd-manual-2.0.54-10.3.i386.rpm
899f3e257cb5ecfe61bf9d3b65ea68faaf161293  i386/mod_ssl-2.0.54-10.3.i386.rpm
893889af90727804fd647d8f7c88bb0656c71c9d  i386/debug/httpd-debuginfo-2.0.54-10.3.i386.rpm

This update can be installed with the 'yum' update program.  Use 'yum update
package-name' at the command line.  For more information, refer to 'Managing
Software with yum,' available at

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