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Pardus: 2010-105: Gnupg: Arbitrary Code Execution Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
A vulnerability has been fixed in GnuPG, which can be exploited by malicious people to potentially compromise a user's system.
Pardus Linux Security Advisory 2010-105 
      Date: 2010-08-11
  Severity: 3
      Type: Remote

A vulnerability has been fixed in GnuPG,  which  can  be  exploited  by
malicious people to potentially compromise a user's system.


Use-after-free vulnerability in kbx/keybox-blob.c in GPGSM in GnuPG 2.x
through 2.0.16 allows remote attackers to cause  a  denial  of  service
(crash) and possibly execute arbitrary code via a  certificate  with  a
large number of Subject Alternate Names, which is not properly  handled
in a realloc operation when importing the certificate or verifying  its

Affected packages:

  Pardus 2009:
    gnupg, all before 2.0.11-27-5

There are update(s) for gnupg. You can update them via Package  Manager
or with a single command from console:

    pisi up gnupg


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