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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-2006.0007 -- [Win][Mac][OSX] -- AirPort firmware update - (06/01/2006)

ESB-2006.0006 -- [UNIX/Linux][Win] -- Moderate: httpd security update - (06/01/2006)

AU-2006.0001 -- AusCERT Update - [Win] - Microsoft patch released for WMF handling vulnerability - Microsoft has released an out of cycle patch for the WMF file handling vulnerability described in Microsoft Security Advisory 912840 (06/01/2006)

ESB-2006.0005 -- [UNIX/Linux][SCO] -- New LibXpm patches fix arbitrary code execution vulnerability - (05/01/2006)

ESB-2006.0004 -- [UNIX/Linux][SCO] -- New patches fix multiple denial of service vulnerabilities in TCP - (05/01/2006)

ESB-2006.0003 -- [UNIX/Linux][SCO] -- A vulnerability in LibTIFF allows execution of arbitrary code - (04/01/2006)

ESB-2006.0002 -- [UNIX/Linux][SCO] -- New cpio patches fix multiple vulnerabilities - (04/01/2006)

ESB-2006.0001 -- [SCO] -- New BIND patches fix remote denial of service vulnerability - (04/01/2006)

ESB-2005.1011 -- [UNIX/Linux][Debian] -- New tkdiff packages fix insecure temporary file creation - (30/12/2005)

AU-2005.0023 -- AusCERT Update - [Win] - Partial workarounds available for WMF file handling vulnerability - Microsoft Security Advisory 912840 has been released confirming the WMF file handling vulnerability reported in AL-2005.0043. Partial workarounds can be used to mitigate the risk to some extent and these are described below. (30/12/2005)

AL-2005.0043 -- [Win] -- Unpatched flaw in WMF image file handling exploited in wild - An unpatched vulnerability exists in Windows allowing a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code if a user opens a specially crafted WMF image file or visits a web site containing such an image. (29/12/2005)

ESB-2005.1013 -- [Win][Linux] -- VMware NAT Service vulnerable to buffer overflow via FTP PORT/EPRT commands - (28/12/2005)

ESB-2005.1012 -- [UNIX/Linux][Debian] -- New dhis-tools-dns packages fix insecure temporary file creation - (28/12/2005)

ESB-2005.1010 -- [Solaris] -- Security Vulnerability in PC Netlink 2.0 slsadmin and slsmgr May Allow Files to be Opened Insecurely - (28/12/2005)

ESB-2005.1009 -- [Win] -- McAfee Security Center MCINSCTL.DLL ActiveX Control File Overwrite - (23/12/2005)

AA-2005.0034 -- [Win][OSX] -- Vulnerabilities in Apple QuickTime and Apple iTunes - Vulnerabilities have been discovered in Apple QuickTime and Apple iTunes that may allow a remote attacker to cause a denial of service or execute arbitrary code on a victim's machine. (23/12/2005)

ESB-2005.1008 -- [RedHat] -- Moderate: curl security update - (23/12/2005)

ESB-2005.1007 -- [Win][UNIX/Linux][Debian] -- New phpbb2 packages fix several vulnerabilities - (23/12/2005)

ESB-2005.1006 -- [Win][UNIX/Linux][RedHat] -- Moderate: perl security update - (22/12/2005)

ESB-2005.1005 -- [Win][UNIX/Linux][RedHat] -- Moderate: perl security update - (22/12/2005)

ESB-2005.1004 -- [UNIX/Linux][Debian] -- New nbd packages fix potential arbitrary code execution - (22/12/2005)

AA-2005.0033 -- [Win] -- Buffer overflow in Symantec AntiVirus products - Vulnerable RAR processing in many Symantec antivirus applications may allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code. (21/12/2005)

ESB-2005.1003 -- [UNIX/Linux][RedHat] -- Important: xpdf security update - (21/12/2005)

ESB-2005.1002 -- [UNIX/Linux][RedHat] -- Important: cups security update - (21/12/2005)

ESB-2005.1001 -- [UNIX/Linux][RedHat] -- Important: kdegraphics security update - (21/12/2005)

ESB-2005.1000 -- [UNIX/Linux][RedHat] -- Important: gpdf security update - (21/12/2005)

ESB-2005.0999 -- [UNIX/Linux][RedHat] -- Important: udev security update - (21/12/2005)

ESB-2005.0998 -- [RedHat] -- Moderate: netpbm security update - (21/12/2005)

ESB-2005.0996 -- [UNIX/Linux][Debian] -- New dropbear packages fix arbitrary code execution - (20/12/2005)

ESB-2005.0993 -- [Juniper] -- Optimistic TCP acknowledgements can cause denial of service - (19/12/2005)

ESB-2005.0992 -- [Win][UNIX/Linux] -- Multiple vulnerabilities in Adobe (Macromedia) products - (16/12/2005)

ESB-2005.0991 -- [AIX] -- Buffer overflow vulnerability in slocal - (16/12/2005)

ESB-2005.0990 -- [AIX] -- A user in the system group with RunDiagnostics role can execute arbitrary code - (16/12/2005)

ESB-2005.0989 -- [AIX] -- Buffer overflow vulnerability in muxatmd - (16/12/2005)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. AU-2005.0022 -- AusCERT Update - [Win] - Dasher.A and Dasher.B worm targeting MSDTC and COM+ vulnerabilties (MS05-051) - AusCERT would like to update members with further information regarding exploits targeting the MS05-051 MSDTC vulnerability as outlined in AusCERT's 10 December 2005 bulletin, AU-2005.0021 [1]. (16/12/2005)


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