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CAN-2002-0429

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CVE CAN-2002-0429[offsite]
Updated Tue, 06 Jul 2004 14:39:34 +0900
Summary The iBCS routines in arch/i386/kernel/traps.c for Linux kernels 2.4.18 and earlier on x86 systems allow local users to kill arbitrary processes via a a binary compatibility interface (lcall). (text:CAN-2002-0429)
Priority High
Status Closed
Source DSA-311-1
Link
Resolved In
  Kernel 2.4.19-pre3
  Patch http://linux.bkbits.net:8080/linux-2.4/diffs/arch/i386/kernel/traps.c@1.12?nav=index.html|src/|src/arch|src/arch/i386|src/arch/i386/kernel|hist/arch/i386/kernel/traps.c[offsite]
  Red Hat Linux 7.3
         Vendor (Not Vulnerable >2.4.18)
         UltraMonkey (Not Vulnerable >2.4.18)
  Red Hat Linux 8.0
         Vendor (Not Vulnerable >2.4.18)
         UltraMonkey (Not Vulnerable >2.4.18)
  Red Hat Linux 9
         Vendor (Not Vulnerable >2.4.18)
         UltraMonkey (Not Vulnerable >2.4.18)
  Fedora Core 1
         Vendor (Not Vulnerable >2.4.18)
         UltraMonkey (Not Vulnerable >2.4.18)
  Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3
         Vendor (Not Vulnerable >2.4.18)
         UltraMonkey (Not Vulnerable >2.4.18)
  Debian Woody
         Vendor kernel-source-2.4.18_2.4.18-8
         UltraMonkey (Not Vulnerable >2.4.18)
  Debian Sid
         Vendor (Not Vulnerable >2.4.18)
         UltraMonkey (Not Vulnerable >=2.4.18)
local data for debugging.
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