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Mandriva: 2011:150: squid Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Mandrake A vulnerability has been discovered and corrected in squid: Buffer overflow in the gopherToHTML function in in the Gopher reply parser in Squid 3.0 before 3.0.STABLE26, 3.1 before 3.1.15, and 3.2 before allows remote Gopher servers to cause a denial [More...]

 Mandriva Linux Security Advisory                         MDVSA-2011:150

 Package : squid
 Date    : October 15, 2011
 Affected: 2009.0, 2010.1, Enterprise Server 5.0

 Problem Description:

 A vulnerability has been discovered and corrected in squid:
 Buffer overflow in the gopherToHTML function in in the Gopher
 reply parser in Squid 3.0 before 3.0.STABLE26, 3.1 before 3.1.15, and
 3.2 before allows remote Gopher servers to cause a denial
 of service (memory corruption and daemon restart) or possibly have
 unspecified other impact via a long line in a response.  NOTE: This
 issue exists because of a CVE-2005-0094 regression (CVE-2011-3205).
 Packages for 2009.0 are provided as of the Extended Maintenance
 Program. Please visit this link to learn more:
 The updated packages have been patched to correct this issue.


 Updated Packages:

 Mandriva Linux 2009.0:
 4aec20d8fd59b7aceb7a6a9274b287db  2009.0/i586/squid-3.0-22.5mdv2009.0.i586.rpm
 d22e9f4dc350a0a9eb21d37874b5e3b1  2009.0/i586/squid-cachemgr-3.0-22.5mdv2009.0.i586.rpm 
 75fc6a45c746b00119e613cbf4392942  2009.0/SRPMS/squid-3.0-22.5mdv2009.0.src.rpm

 Mandriva Linux 2009.0/X86_64:
 30243c9f54b656394b8b7ddbe7cd4791  2009.0/x86_64/squid-3.0-22.5mdv2009.0.x86_64.rpm
 c0dc39d1e176109cac25e3c60bb0ad58  2009.0/x86_64/squid-cachemgr-3.0-22.5mdv2009.0.x86_64.rpm 
 75fc6a45c746b00119e613cbf4392942  2009.0/SRPMS/squid-3.0-22.5mdv2009.0.src.rpm

 Mandriva Linux 2010.1:
 0da32480f47832e3751e0d06acf630ce  2010.1/i586/squid-3.1-14.2mdv2010.2.i586.rpm
 227cb00c733ebfa5338a74d76a698865  2010.1/i586/squid-cachemgr-3.1-14.2mdv2010.2.i586.rpm 
 dd1dee3113db5cd60bb3343ebfd216ab  2010.1/SRPMS/squid-3.1-14.2mdv2010.2.src.rpm

 Mandriva Linux 2010.1/X86_64:
 ae236c628eea53d0165adf3f855fd8b0  2010.1/x86_64/squid-3.1-14.2mdv2010.2.x86_64.rpm
 89db57aa2a0146d85792b642dd17f05d  2010.1/x86_64/squid-cachemgr-3.1-14.2mdv2010.2.x86_64.rpm 
 dd1dee3113db5cd60bb3343ebfd216ab  2010.1/SRPMS/squid-3.1-14.2mdv2010.2.src.rpm

 Mandriva Enterprise Server 5:
 eb2bfc4a261922c5fc51b031db1b1008  mes5/i586/squid-3.0-22.5mdvmes5.2.i586.rpm
 270afc45addd597391ba0bda571d25d9  mes5/i586/squid-cachemgr-3.0-22.5mdvmes5.2.i586.rpm 
 6595af1c5f21be921f9b3c85dc70ed98  mes5/SRPMS/squid-3.0-22.5mdvmes5.2.src.rpm

 Mandriva Enterprise Server 5/X86_64:
 8eac48174ec86a8f4fd57b63c9df9458  mes5/x86_64/squid-3.0-22.5mdvmes5.2.x86_64.rpm
 a9119fac6d475928d95eb3baef99f908  mes5/x86_64/squid-cachemgr-3.0-22.5mdvmes5.2.x86_64.rpm 
 6595af1c5f21be921f9b3c85dc70ed98  mes5/SRPMS/squid-3.0-22.5mdvmes5.2.src.rpm

 To upgrade automatically use MandrivaUpdate or urpmi.  The verification
 of md5 checksums and GPG signatures is performed automatically for you.

 All packages are signed by Mandriva for security.  You can obtain the
 GPG public key of the Mandriva Security Team by executing:

  gpg --recv-keys --keyserver 0x22458A98

 You can view other update advisories for Mandriva Linux at:

 If you want to report vulnerabilities, please contact

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