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27 January 2004

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             AUSCERT External Security Bulletin Redistribution

                   ESB-2004.0072 -- APPLE-SA-2004-01-26
                        Security Update 2004-01-26
                              27 January 2004


        AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary

Product:                AFP Server
                        Apache 1.3
                        Apache 2.0.x
                        System Configuration
                        Windows File Sharing
Publisher:              Apple
Operating System:       Mac OS X 10.3.2
                        Mac OS X 10.2.8
                        Mac OS X 10.1.5
CVE Names:              CAN-2003-0542, CAN-2003-0542, CAN-2003-0789,
                        CAN-2004-0089, CAN-2004-0085, CAN-2004-0086,
                        CAN-2004-0092, CAN-2004-0087, CAN-2004-0088,

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APPLE-SA-2004-01-26 Security Update 2004-01-26

Security Update 2004-01-26 is now available.  It contains security
enhancements for the following:

AFP Server:  Improves AFP over the 2003-12-19 security update.

Apache 1.3: Fixes CAN-2003-0542, a buffer overflow in the mod_alias
    and mod_rewrite modules of the Apache webserver.

Apache 2: Fixes CAN-2003-0542 and CAN-2003-0789 by updating Apache
    2.0.47 to 2.0.48. Installed only on Server systems.

Classic:  Fixes CAN-2004-0089 to improve the handling of environment
    variables.  Credit to Dave G. of @stake for reporting this issue.

Mail:  Fixes CAN-2004-0085 and CAN-2004-0086 to deliver security
    enhancements to Apple's mail application.  Credit to Jim Roepcke
    for reporting CAN-2004-0086.

Safari:  Fixes CAN-2004-0092 by delivering security enhancements to
    the Safari web browser.

System Configuration: Fixes CAN-2004-0087 and CAN-2004-0088 where the
    SystemConfiguration subsystem allowed remote non-admin users to
    change network setting and make configuration changes to configd.
    Credit to Dave G. from @stake for reporting these issues.

Windows File Sharing: Fixes CAN-2004-0090 where Windows file sharing
    did not shutdown properly.


Security Update 2004-01-26 is available for the following systems:
   -  Mac OS X 10.1.5 "Puma" and Mac OS X Server 10.1.5
   -  Mac OS X 10.2.8 "Jaguar" and Mac OS X Server 10.2.8
   -  Mac OS X 10.3.2 "Panther" and Mac OS X Server 10.3.2

The Security Updates web page indicates which fixes are available for
each system, as not all issues apply to each system.  Security Update
2003-12-19 has been incorporated into this security update for the
Jaguar and Panther systems.


Security Update 2004-01-26 may be obtained from:

  * Software Update pane in System Preferences

  * Apple's Software Downloads web site:

    Mac OS X 10.3.2 Client
    The download file is named: "SecurityUpd2004-01-26Pan.dmg"
    Its SHA-1 digest is: 8977b3420a6343d53b79f23c409a601d269d87a4

    Mac OS X 10.3.2 Server
    The download file is named: "SecUpdSrvr2004-01-26Pan.dmg"
    Its SHA-1 digest is: 15bfa92c439c6fee1e690703359778cefabf58d7
    Mac OS X 10.2.8 Client
    The download file is named: "SecurityUpd2004-01-26Jag.dmg"
    Its SHA-1 digest is: 365401ca71387a45a34ecab5ec7278b62e3089b3
    Mac OS X 10.2.8 Server
    The download file is named: "SecUpdSrvr2004-01-26Jag.dmg"
    Its SHA-1 digest is: 605578cbf0d6005ee5f6b474026b908e47175268
    Mac OS X 10.1.5 Client and Server
    The download file is named: "SecurityUpd2004-01-26P.dmg"
    Its SHA-1 digest is: 7c7f55d675a19957bce3c5aeaa985652a8c59d7b
Information will also be posted to the Apple Product Security web

This message is signed with Apple's Product Security PGP key, and
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