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                    ESB-2006.0028 -- [Win][UNIX/Linux]
         Multiple problems in Ethereal versions 0.8.20 to 0.10.13
                              12 January 2006


        AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary

Product:           Ethereal 0.8.20 to 0.10.13
Publisher:         Ethereal
Operating System:  UNIX variants (UNIX, Linux, OSX)
Impact:            Execute Arbitrary Code/Commands
                   Denial of Service
Access:            Remote/Unauthenticated
CVE Names:         CVE-2005-3313 CVE-2005-3651 CVE-2005-4585

Original Bulletin: http://www.ethereal.com/appnotes/enpa-sa-00022.html

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Name: Multiple problems in Ethereal versions 0.8.20 to 0.10.13
Docid: enpa-sa-00022
Date: December 27, 2005
Versions affected: 0.8.20 up to and including 0.10.13
Severity: High


Three security issues have turned up since Ethereal 0.10.13 was released:

    * The IRC dissector could go into an infinite loop. 
	  Versions affected: 0.10.13.

    * The GTP dissector could go into an infinite loop. 
	  Versions affected: 0.9.1 to 0.10.13.

    * iDefense found a buffer overflow in the OSPF dissector. 
	  Versions affected: 0.8.20 to 0.10.13. CVE: CAN-2005-3651


It may be possible to make Ethereal crash, use up available system
resources, or run arbitrary code by injecting a purposefully malformed
packet onto the wire or by convincing someone to read a malformed trace


Upgrade to 0.10.14.

If you are running a version prior to 0.10.14 and you cannot upgrade,
you can disable the GTP, IRC, and OSPF protocol dissectors by selecting
Analyze->Enabled Protocols... and disabling them in the list.

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