|[Home] [Credit Search] [Category Browser] [Staff Roll Call]||The LINUX.COM Article Archive|
|Originally Published: Tuesday, 26 October 1999||Author: Quentin Cregan|
|Published to: news_enhance_security/Security News||Page: 1/1 - [Printable]|
SuSE releases ypserv advisory.
Several vulnerability exists: ypserv prior 1.3.9 allows an administrator in the NIS domain to inject password tables; rpc.yppasswd prior 18.104.22.168 has got a buffer overflow in the md5 hash generation [SuSE linux is unaffected by this, other linux falvors are]; rpc.yppasswdd prior 1.3.9 allows users to change GECO and login shell values of other users.