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UNIRAS Brief - 296/06 - AusCERT Update AU-2006.0011 - [Solaris]- Patches now available for sendmail race condition vulnerability



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   UNIRAS (UK Govt CERT) Briefing Notice - 296/06 dated 21.04.06  Time: 11:25  
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AusCERT Update AU-2006.0011 - [Solaris]- Patches now available for sendmail race 
condition vulnerability

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Sun has released patchs for the recent sendmail race condition 
vulnerability. 


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AusCERT Update AU-2006.0011 - [Solaris]
Patches now available for sendmail race condition vulnerability
21 April 2006

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Sun has released patchs for the recent sendmail race condition 
vulnerability. More more Solaris specific information and patch availabilty 
please refer to:

ESB-2006.0233 -- [Solaris] -- Security Vulnerability in sendmail(1M) 
Versions Prior to 8.13.6
http://www.auscert.org.au/6163


General information regarding the sendmail vulnerability can be found at:

AL-2006.0020 -- [UNIX/Linux] -- A race condition in sendmail may allow a 
remote attacker to execute arbitary code
http://www.auscert.org.au/6148


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