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Re: Apache mod_ssl off-by-one vulnerability
From: Ken.Williams () ey com
Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2002 16:32:32 -0500

hi,

i downloaded mod_ssl-2.8.9-1.3.26 from the modssl.org archive and verified
that
it does have the off-by-one error, so it appears that there was a mistake
in the
vulnerability advisory.

line 3 of the advisory should read:
Summary: Off-by-one in mod_ssl 2.8.9 and earlier

correct me if i'm wrong.

Regards,
kw

Ken Williams ; CISSP ; Technical Lead ; ken.williams () ey com
eSecurityOnline - an eSecurity Venture of Ernst & Young
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Subject:  Re: Apache mod_ssl off-by-one vulnerability
From:     H D Moore <sflist () digitaloffense net>
Date:     2002-06-27 2:46:12

Just to confirm, the bug exists in 2.8.9 and earlier? The first part of
the
advisory mentions 2.4.9, so a casual reader may assume they are unaffected
if
they don't read all the way to the bottom...

On Monday 24 June 2002 15:47, Jedi/Sector One wrote:
Product: mod_ssl - http://www.modssl.org/
Date: 06/24/2002
Summary: Off-by-one in mod_ssl 2.4.9 and earlier

[ snip ]

The mod_ssl development team was very reactive and a new version has
just
been released. mod_ssl 2.8.10 addresses the vulnerability and it is
freely available from http://www.modssl.org/ . Upgrading from an earlier
release is painless.



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