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             AUSCERT External Security Bulletin Redistribution

                    ESB-2006.0430 -- [Win][UNIX/Linux]
        IBM HTTP server V2.0.47 and V2.0.42 cumulative interim fix
                               26 June 2006


        AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary

Product:              IBM HTTP Server 2.0.47 and 2.0.42
Publisher:            IBM
Operating System:     AIX
                      Linux variants
Impact:               Cross-site Scripting
                      Denial of Service
Access:               Remote/Unauthenticated
CVE Names:            CVE-2005-3352

Ref:                  ESB-2006.0006

Original Bulletin:    

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PK25355; IBM Http server V2.0.47 and V2.0.42 cumulative interim fix
CVE-2005-3352 mod_imap security exposure and other fixes since PK13230

Address a security issue and other defects corrected after the previous fix
pack for these releases, PK13230.
- - CVE-2005-3352 mod_imap: Escape untrusted referrer header in response to
  prevent potential cross-site scripting vulnerability
- - PK21998 SSLProtocolDisable directive can disable specific protocols (e.g.,
  "SSLProtocolDisable SSLv2" in virtual host)
- - PK24631 HTML-escape the value of the Expect header in the error response
  to a bad Expect value
- - PK24686 Fix missing path information in arg0 of CGI scripts spawned by 
- - PK22995 Fix excessive forking in worker MPM if child process startup is slow.
- - mod_cache: Fix inconsistent results from requests which are implemented as
- - PK22485 memory leak and crash if files being served are truncated
- - allow diagnostic modules to track activity in log-transaction hook
- - PK20184 crashes related to mod_ibm_ssl and mod_ext_filter; also, deadlock
  of filter processes with mod_ext_filter
- - PK20050 status line problem with WebSphere plug-in and byterange filter
- - PK17802 mod_speling crash with WebSphere request
- - PK19060 mod_ibm_ldap doesn't retry request when server timed out connection
- - PK18642 mod_ibm_ldap memory leak
- - mod_ibm_ssl now removes null ciphers from default list
- - Apache.exe -V on Windows and apachectl -V on other platforms now 
  displays CVE ids of applicable Apache vulnerabilities resolved in this level 
  of IBM HTTP Server
- - PK13858 Do not remove Content-Length header for a proxied HEAD request,
  allowing Windows Update to work through an IBM HTTP Server proxy.
- - PK15553 multiple mod_include fixes, including a change to log a warning
  mssage if mod_include is only partially configured (filter enabled but 
  option not enabled)
- - Prevent hosts with SSLProxyEngine On from covering up failed initialization
  of primary SSL environment.
- - Enable TLS protocol in the GSKit proxy environment to allow for connections
  to backends using FIPS ciphers. (applicable to 2.0.47 only)
- - PK13453 Allow SID reuse when SSLClientAuth is optional and client does not
  provide certificate. (2.0.47 only)
- - PK15926 Resolve conflict between mod_ibm_ldap and the use of ldap in
  /etc/nsswitch.conf for system user authentication on Linux.
- - mod_ibm_ssl: improve logging of handshake errors
- - mod_ibm_ssl: improve accuracy of "Using xxx Cipher" message
- - mod_ibm_ssl: fix cipher spec processing problem when invalid SSLv3 cipher
  was configured (applicable to 2.0.42 only)

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