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CVE CAN-2004-0497[offsite]
Updated Tue, 06 Jul 2004 13:34:38 +0900
Summary Missing check for fsuid in sys_chown(). fsuid is set by the privelaged sytem call sys_setfsuid(). fsuid was added for, and is generally only used by the Linux user space NFS daemons. Clients of this daemon can potentially expolit this vulnerability to make unauthorised changes to the ownership of files on a remote system. (text: Horms and Minoura Makoto)
Priority High
Status Closed
Source FEDORA-2004-206 RHSA-2004:360-05
Link Ultra Monkey News 2004-07-06-00
Resolved In
  Kernel 2.4.27-rc3
  Patch Change Set 1.1467[offsite] Change Set 1.1469[offsite] local patch
  Red Hat Linux 7.3
         Vendor None (EOL)
         UltraMonkey kernel-2.4.20-31.9.um.2
  Red Hat Linux 8.0
         Vendor None (EOL)
         UltraMonkey kernel-2.4.20-31.9.um.2
  Red Hat Linux 9
         Vendor None (EOL)
         UltraMonkey kernel-2.4.20-31.9.um.2
  Fedora Core 1
         Vendor kernel-2.4.22-1.2197.nptl
         UltraMonkey kernel-2.4.22-1.2197.nptl.um.1
  Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3
         Vendor kernel-2.4.21-15.0.3.EL
         UltraMonkey kernel-2.4.21-15.0.3.EL.um.1
  Debian Woody
         Vendor None
         UltraMonkey kernel-image-2.4.22-1-ipvs_2.4.22-7-7woody.um.5
  Debian Sid
         Vendor None
         UltraMonkey kernel-image-2.4.22-1-ipvs_2.4.22-7-7.um.5
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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