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CAN-2004-0010

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CVE CAN-2004-0010[offsite]
Updated Tue, 06 Jul 2004 14:16:25 +0900
Summary Arjan van de Ven discovered a stack-based buffer overflow in the ncp_lookup function for ncpfs in the Linux kernel, which could lead an attacker to gain unauthorised privileges. Petr Vandrovec developed a correction for this. (text:DSA-479-1)
Priority High
Status Closed
Source DSA-479 RHSA-2004:188-14 FEDORA-2004-079 FEDORA-2004-080
Link Ultra Monkey News 2004-04-22-00 Ultra Monkey News 2004-04-16-00
Resolved In
  Kernel 2.4.25-pre7
  Patch Change Set 1.1276.3.9[offsite] local patch
  Red Hat Linux 7.3
          Vendor None
          UltraMonkey kernel-2.4.20-28.7.3.um.3
  Red Hat Linux 8.0
          Vendor None
          UltraMonkey kernel-2.4.20-28.8.um.3
  Red Hat Linux 9
          Vendor kernel-2.4.20-30.9
          UltraMonkey kernel-2.4.20-30.9.um.2.i386
  Fedora Core 1
          Vendor kernel-2.4.22-1.2173.nptl, 2.4.22-1.2174.nptl
          UltraMonkey kernel-2.4.22-1.2179.nptl.um.1
  Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3
          Vendor kernel-2.4.21-15.EL
          UltraMonkey kernel-2.4.21-9.0.1.EL.um.2
  Debian Woody
          Vendor kernel-source-2.4.18_2.4.18_2.4.18-14.3
          UltraMonkey kernel-source-2.4.22-1-ipvs_2.4.22-7woody.um.2
  Debian Sid
          Vendor kernel-source-2.4.25_2.4.25-1
          UltraMonkey kernel-source-2.4.22-1-ipvs_2.4.22-7.um.2
local data for debugging.
Information provided here is based on the information from the links above and is intended as a refereance only.



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