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Re: mod_ssl Buffer Overflow Condition (Update Available)
From: Ben Laurie <ben () algroup co uk>
Date: Fri, 01 Mar 2002 10:28:36 +0000

Ed Moyle wrote:

mod_ssl Buffer Overflow Condition (Update Available)


mod_ssl (www.modssl.org) is a commonly used Apache module that
provides strong cryptography for the Apache web server.  The
module utilizes OpenSSL (formerly SSLeay) for the SSL implementation.
modssl versions prior to 2.8.7-1.3.23 (Feb 23, 2002) make use of the
underlying OpenSSL routines in a manner which could overflow a buffer
within the implementation.  This situation appears difficult to
exploit in a production environment, however, for reasons detailed

Ooops! Apologies, I misread my code. Apache-SSL is, in fact, vulnerable
to this flaw. I'll be issuing an advisory shortly.



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