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Published:

03 July 2002

Protect yourself against future threats.

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             AUSCERT External Security Bulletin Redistribution

             ESB-2002.330 -- Macromedia Security Zone Bulletins
               (MSPB02-05) (MPSB02-06) (MPSB02-07) (CSB02-02)
                                4 July 2002

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        AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary
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Product:                ColdFusion MX with Microsoft IIS
                        JRun 3.0, 3.1 and 4.0
                        Apache 2.0.39 with JRun 4.0/ColdFusion MX
Vendor:                 Macromedia
Impact:                 Denial of Service
                        Execute Arbitrary Code/Commands
                        Access Privileged Data
Access Required:        Remote

Ref:                    AA-2002.04
                        AL-2002.06

Comments:  Bulletins included are:

           MSPB02-05 - Patch Available for Buffer Overflow attack on
                       ColdFusion MX with Microsoft IIS
           MPSB02-06 - Cumulative Security Patch available for 
                       JRun 3.0, 3.1 and 4.0
           MPSB02-07 - Patch available to support Apache 2.0.39 with 
                       JRun 4.0/ColdFusion MX
           CSB02-02  - Apache buffer overflow vulnerability in
                       1.3.x and 2.0.3x

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IMPORTANT: 

Several security issues that may affect Macromedia JRun and
ColdFusion customers have come to our attention recently.

To learn about these new issues and what actions you can
take to address them, Please visit the Security Zone at the
Macromedia Web site:

http://www.macromedia.com/security
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MSPB02-05 - Patch Available for Buffer Overflow attack on 
ColdFusion MX with Microsoft IIS

Originally Posted: June 27, 2002

Summary

ColdFusion MX may be vulnerable to a buffer overflow 
attack when used with Microsoft Internet Information Server.

What Customers Should Do

We strongly encourage customers to download and install this 
patch immediately.
 
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MPSB02-06 - Cumulative Security Patch available for 
JRun 3.0, 3.1 and 4.0. 

Originally Posted: June 27, 2002 

Summary

This is a cumulative patch that includes all previously 
released patches for JRun 3.0, 3.1.   This is the first patch 
for JRun 4.0. 

What Customers Should Do

We strongly encourage customers to download and install this 
patch immediately.
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MPSB02-07 - Patch available to support Apache 2.0.39 with 
JRun 4.0/ColdFusion MX.

Originally Posted: June 27, 2002

Summary

Application servers that provide Apache 2.0 modules, like
JRun4 and ColdFusionMX, must provide recompiled modules in 
order to work with Apache 2.0.39 because the Apache internal 
Major Version number has changed. 

What Customers Should Do

Customers that intend to upgrade to the Apache security
release Apache 2.0.39 should download and install this 
patch. 
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CSB02-02 - Apache buffer overflow vulnerability in 1.3.x
and 2.0.3x.

Originally Posted: June 27, 2002

Summary

Apache.org has announced the availability of versions 
1.3.26 and 2.0.39 to patch a buffer overflow issue and 
is encouraging users to upgrade to the latest versions.

What Customers Should Do

Customers that intend to upgrade to the Apache security
release Apache 2.0.39 should download and install the 
MSPB02-07 patch listed above. 

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Reporting Security Issues 
Macromedia is committed to addressing security issues and 
providing customers with the information on how they can 
protect themselves. If you identify what you believe may be 
a security issue with a Macromedia product, please send an 
email to secure@macromedia.com. We will work to appropriately 
address and communicate the issue. 

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Receiving Security Bulletins 
When Macromedia becomes aware of a security issue that we 
believe significantly affects our products or customers, we 
will notify customers when appropriate. Typically this notification 
will be in the form of a security bulletin explaining the issue 
and the response. Macromedia customers who would like to receive 
notification of new security bulletins when they are released 
can sign up for our security notification service. 

For additional information on security issues at Macromedia, 
please visit the Security Zone at:

http://www.macromedia.com/security
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Macromedia reserves the right, from time to time, to update the 
information in this document with current information.

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