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AUSCERT External Security Bulletin Redistribution
ESB-2009.0112 -- [Win][Linux]
Novell Updates for GroupWise
2 February 2009
AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary
Product: GroupWise 7
Operating System: Windows
Impact: Execute Arbitrary Code/Commands
Access Confidential Data
Original Bulletin: http://support.novell.com/patches.html
Revision History: May 10 2012: Corrected details
February 2 2009: Initial Release
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PUBLIC SAFETY CANADA
CANADIAN CYBER INCIDENT RESPONSE CENTRE
Date: 30 January 2009
Novell Updates for GroupWise
The purpose of this Advisory is to raise awareness that Novell has released
updates for GroupWise 7 and 8 to address multiple vulnerabilities.
Multiple vulnerabilities were disclosed in Novell Groupwise 7 and 8 which
may allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code, compromise a GroupWise
account, conduct cross-site scripting attacks, or obtain sensitive
GroupWise 7 SP3 Hot Patch 2 Full for Windows and NLM US and MULTI Architectures
GroupWise 8.0 Hot Patch 1 Full for Windows and NLM US and MULTI Architectures
GroupWise 7 SP3 Hot Patch 2 Linux Full US and MULTI Architectures
GroupWise 8.0 Hot Patch 1 Linux Full US and MULTI Architectures
CCIRC recommends that administrators test and deploy the update for the
affected products at the earliest opportunity.
Note to readers
The Canadian Cyber Incident Response Centre (CCIRC) provides a focal point for
Canada's cyber threat and vulnerability warning, analysis and response.
CCIRC is responsible for assuring the resilience of national critical
infrastructure through monitoring threats and coordinating a federal
response to cyber security incidents of national interest. CCIRC operates
in conjunction with the Government Operations Centre (GOC) within Public
Safety Canada and is a key component of the government's all-hazards approach
to emergency management and national security.
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