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Security Bulletins



AusCERT Security Bulletins contain information about threats, vulnerabilities, patches and workarounds of an IT security nature that AusCERT believes would be of interest to our members (and the public).

See AusCERT Security Bulletin Formats for further information about standard fields and information included in AusCERT Security Bulletins.

Note 1: Not all Security Bulletins are made public upon initial release. Members may need to login to view some recent Security Bulletins, particularly AusCERT Advisories, Alerts and Updates.

Note 2: Security Bulletins from before mid 2000 may not be fully categorised. However all AusCERT Security Bulletins since the start of AusCERT are available through this site.



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By Year: Select this category to browse Security Bulletins by year.

Security Bulletin Types: There are two types of AusCERT security bulletins - AusCERT Security Bulletins and AusCERT External Security Bulletins.

By Operating System/Environment: Select this category to browse Security Bulletins by Operating System/Environment.


Further Information
ESB-2007.0746 -- [Debian] -- New quagga packages fix denial of service - (04/10/2007)

ESB-2007.0744 -- [Debian] -- New Linux 2.6.18 packages fix several vulnerabilities - (03/10/2007)

ESB-2007.0743 -- [UNIX/Linux] -- Multiple Vendor X Font Server Multiple Vulnerabilities - (03/10/2007)

ESB-2007.0742 -- [Debian] -- New elinks packages fix information disclosure - (03/10/2007)

ESB-2007.0741 -- [Linux][RedHat] -- Important: xen security update - (03/10/2007)

ESB-2007.0740 -- [Debian] -- New openssl packages fix arbitrary code execution - (03/10/2007)

AL-2007.0112 -- [Win] -- Computer Associates BrightStor HSM r11.5 Multiple Vulnerabilities - Remote exploitation of multiple buffer overflow vulnerabilities in CA's BrightStor Hierarchical Storage Manager (HSM) allows attackers to execute arbitrary code with SYSTEM privileges. (03/10/2007)

ESB-2007.0711 -- [Linux][RedHat] -- Important: nfs-utils-lib security update - The previously reported remote buffer overflow vulnerability in the MIT RPC library also affects the support libraries for the Linux kernel NFS implementation. (03/10/2007)

ESB-2007.0665 -- [UNIX/Linux] -- New id3lib3.8.3 packages fix denial of service - (03/10/2007)

AA-2007.0083 -- [Linux] -- Execution of arbitrary code across Xen virtual machines - According to bugzilla.xensource.com there is a vulnerability in Xen which may allow a user in guest domain may be able to execute arbitrary code in Domain 0 (02/10/2007)

ESB-2007.0738 -- [Win][UNIX/Linux] -- openssl vulnerabilities - (01/10/2007)

ESB-2007.0733 -- [Linux] -- New Linux 2.6.18 packages fix several vulnerabilities - (01/10/2007)

ESB-2007.0729 -- [Cisco] -- Cisco Security Response: Catalyst 6500 and Cisco 7600 Series Devices Accessible via Loopback Address - (01/10/2007)

ESB-2007.0736 -- [Win] -- Vulnerabilities in scanning of specially crafted archives and certain packed executables - (28/09/2007)

ESB-2007.0735 -- [Solaris] -- A Security Vulnerability in the Handling of Thread Contexts in the Solaris Kernel May Allow a Denial of Service (DoS) - (28/09/2007)

ESB-2007.0734 -- [OSX] -- iPhone v1.1.1 Update - Apple has released iPhone v1.1.1 update correcting multiple vulnerabilties. (28/09/2007)

AU-2007.0022 -- AusCERT Update - [Win] - Microsoft Security Bulletin MS07-042 Re-Release - (28/09/2007)

ESB-2007.0732 -- [RedHat] -- Important: kernel security update - (28/09/2007)

ESB-2007.0731 -- [Win] -- Microsoft ISA Server SOCKS4 Proxy Connection Leakage - (27/09/2007)

ESB-2007.0730 -- [Appliance] -- Google Search Application XSS Vulnerability - (27/09/2007)

ESB-2007.0727 -- [UNIX/Linux][RedHat] -- Moderate: gimp security update - (27/09/2007)

ESB-2007.0726 -- [RedHat] -- Moderate: tomcat security update - (27/09/2007)

AA-2007.0080 -- [Win][Linux] -- VMware Workstation, Player, and ACE - multiple vulnerabilities - The most serious of the vulnerabilities allow compromise of the host by malicious software within the guest, or via a malformed packet to the VMware DHCP service. (27/09/2007)

ESB-2007.0579 -- [Debian] -- New file packages fix arbitrary code execution - (27/09/2007)

AA-2007.0082 -- [Linux] -- Multiple Linux kernel vulnerabilities - There have been recent announcements of several vulnerabilities in the Linux kernel. The most serious of the vulnerabilities may result in local privilege escalation. (27/09/2007)

ESB-2007.0725 -- [UNIX/Linux] -- [USN-519-1] elinks vulnerability - (26/09/2007)

ESB-2007.0723 -- [Win][UNIX/Linux] -- IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Express CAD Service Buffer Overflow Vulnerability - (26/09/2007)

ESB-2007.0678 -- [AIX] -- Multiple AIX vulnerabilities - (26/09/2007)

ESB-2007.0244 -- [Solaris] -- Security Vulnerability in the IP Implementation for Solaris 8 and 9 May Allow a Denial of Service - (26/09/2007)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. AA-2007.0081 -- [Win] -- CA ARCserve Backup for Laptops and Desktops contain Multiple Server Vulnerabilities - (25/09/2007)

ESB-2007.0722 -- [Win][UNIX/Linux] -- Multiple ImageMagick Vulnerabilities - (24/09/2007)

ESB-2007.0721 -- [UNIX/Linux][Debian] -- New fetchmail packages fix denial of service - (24/09/2007)

ESB-2007.0720 -- [UNIX/Linux][Debian] -- New kdebase packages fix authentication bypass - (24/09/2007)

ESB-2007.0664 -- [Win][UNIX/Linux] -- New vim packages fix several vulnerabilities - (24/09/2007)

ESB-2007.0716 -- [Win][Linux][ESX] -- Critical VMware security updates also required for VMware ESX Server and VMware Server - Several of the vulnerabilities reported in AusCERT AA-2007.0080 also affect VMware ESX and VMware Server. Nine components of the ESX Service Console also contain vulnerabilities. (21/09/2007)


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