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             AUSCERT External Security Bulletin Redistribution

        Multiple Vulnerabilities about SSL Client Authentication in
                          Cosminexus HTTP Server
                                21 May 2014


        AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary

Product:           Hitachi uCosminexus Developer
                   Hitachi uCosminexus Application Server
                   Hitachi uCosminexus Service Platform
                   Hitachi uCosminexus Service Architect
                   Hitachi uCosminexus Application Server-R
                   Hitachi uCosminexus Primary Server Base
Publisher:         Hitachi
Operating System:  AIX
                   Linux variants
Impact/Access:     Denial of Service              -- Remote/Unauthenticated      
                   Provide Misleading Information -- Remote with User Interaction
Resolution:        Patch/Upgrade
CVE Names:         CVE-2014-0636 CVE-2014-0628 

Reference:         ESB-2014.0496

Original Bulletin: 

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Multiple Vulnerabilities about SSL Client Authentication in Cosminexus HTTP 

Multiple vulnerabilities exist in Cosminexus HTTP Server.

Vulnerability ID

Vulnerability description

Cosminexus HTTP Server contains the following vulnerabilities:

CVE-2014-0628, CVE-2014-0636

    When using SSL client authentication, a Cosminexus HTTP Server process 
    might terminate abnormally.
    When using SSL client authentication, malicious man-in-the-middle attackers 
    might spoof SSL servers via a crafted certificate chain.

Please note that when not using SSL client authentication, this vulnerability 
doesn't arise.

Affected products and versions are listed below. Please upgrade your version to 
the appropriate version.

Affected products

The information is organized under the following headings:
Product name: Gives the name of the affected product.


    Gives the affected version.

Product name: Cosminexus HTTP Server


AIX, HP-UX(IPF), Linux(x64), Windows, Windows(x64)
    09-00 to 09-00-10

This vulnerability exists in Cosminexus product, which bundles Cosminexus HTTP 
Server. For details about the bundled version of Cosminexus HTTP Server, and 
the fixed version of Cosminexus product, contact your Hitachi support service 

- - Cosminexus V9
Product name: uCosminexus Developer
Product name: uCosminexus Application Server
Product name: uCosminexus Application Server(64)
Product name: uCosminexus Service Platform
Product name: uCosminexus Service Platform(64)
Product name: uCosminexus Service Architect
Product name: uCosminexus Application Server-R
Product name: uCosminexus Primary Server Base
Product name: uCosminexus Primary Server Base(64)


    09-00 to 09-50
    09-00 to 09-60
Windows, Windows(x64)
    09-00 to 09-51

Fixed products

The information is organized under the following headings:
Product name: Gives the name of the fixed product.


    Gives the fixed version, and release date.

Scheduled version:

    Gives the fixed version scheduled to be released.

Product name: Cosminexus HTTP Server


    09-00-11 April 22, 2014

For details on the fixed products, contact your Hitachi support service 

Revision history

May 14, 2014: This page is released.

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