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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.



Further Categories
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-2005.0532 -- RHSA-2005:567-02 and RHSA-2005:562-01 -- Important/Critical: krb5 security update - (13/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0531 -- Debian Security Advisory DSA 753-1 -- New gedit packages fix denial of service - (13/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0530 -- Cisco Security Advisory -- Cisco CallManager Memory Handling Vulnerabilities - (13/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0529 -- APPLE-SA-2005-07-12 -- Darwin Streaming Server 5.5.1 - (13/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0527 -- US-CERT Technical Cyber Security Alert TA05-193A -- Microsoft Windows, Internet Explorer, and Word Vulnerabilities - (13/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0534 -- Oracle Security Advisory -- Critical Patch Update - July 2005 - Oracle has recently released a Critical Patch Update which details fixes for several vulnerabilities in Oracle's major product groups of database server, application server, collaboration suite, e-business and applications, and enterprise manager. (13/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0528 -- APPLE-SA-2005-07-12 -- Mac OS X v10.4.2 - Mac OS X v10.4.2 is now available and delivers security enhancements relating to the dashboard application and the TCP/IP stack. (13/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0526 -- FLSA:123014 -- Updated openssh packages fix a security issue - (12/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0525 -- FLSA:152583 -- Updated telnet packages fix security issues - (12/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0524 -- Debian Security Advisory DSA 752-1 -- New gzip packages fix several vulnerabilities - (12/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0523 -- Debian Security Advisory DSA 751-1 -- New squid packages fix IP spoofing vulnerability - (12/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0522 -- Debian Security Advisory DSA 748-1 -- New ruby1.8 packages fix arbitrary command execution - (12/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0521 -- Debian Security Advisory DSA 750-1 -- New dhcpcd packages fix denial of service - (12/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0520 -- FLSA:152835 -- Updated dhcp package fixes security issue - (11/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0519 -- FLSA:152895 -- Updated mailman package fixes security issue - (11/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0518 -- FLSA:152908 -- Updated gftp package fixes security issue - (11/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0516 -- FLSA:155505 -- Updated php packages fix security issues - (11/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0515 -- FLSA:154991 -- Updated sharutils package fixes security issue - (11/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0514 -- RHSA-2005:575-01 -- Critical: Adobe Acrobat Reader security update - (11/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0513 -- Debian Security Advisory DSA 749-1 -- New ettercap packages fix arbitrary code execution - (11/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0512 -- Debian Security Advisory DSA 747-1 -- New egroupware packages fix remote command execution - (11/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0511 -- Debian Security Advisory DSA 745-1 -- New drupal package fixes multiple vulnerabilities - (11/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0510 -- Debian Security Advisory DSA 744-1 -- New fuse packages fix information disclosure - (11/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0509 -- Debian Security Advisory DSA 743-1 -- New ht packages fix arbitrary code execution - (11/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0517 -- US-CERT Technical Cyber Security Alert TA05-189A -- Targeted Trojan Email Attacks - The United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) has received reports of an email based technique for spreading trojan horse programs. The emails are sent to specific individuals rather than the random distributions associated with a phishing attack or other trojan activity. These attacks appear to target US information for exfiltration. (11/07/2005)

AL-2005.017 -- UNIRAS ALERT - 18/05 -- Trojan activity using the recent events in London for social engineering - UNIRAS (the UK Government CERT) has evidence that the horrific events in London are being used as the social engineering element of email-borne trojan attacks. (11/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0508 -- NetBSD Security Advisory 2005-001 -- Crypto leaks across HyperThreaded CPUs (i386, P4, HTT+SMP only) - (08/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0507 -- OpenBSD Security Advisory -- Buffer overflow in zlib - (08/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0506 -- IBM SECURITY ADVISORY -- Denial of service vulnerability in ftpd - (08/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0505 -- IBM SECURITY ADVISORY -- Buffer overflow vulnerability in diagTasksWebSM allows root compromise - (08/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0504 -- IBM SECURITY ADVISORY -- Buffer overflow vulnerability in getlvname allows root compromise - (08/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0503 -- IBM SECURITY ADVISORY -- Buffer overflow vulnerability in penable command allows root compromise - (08/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0502 -- IBM SECURITY ADVISORY -- Buffer overflow vulnerability in invscout allows root compromise - (08/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0501 -- Debian Security Advisory DSA 742-1 -- New cvs packages fix arbitrary code execution - (08/07/2005)

ESB-2005.0500 -- Debian Security Advisory DSA 741-1 -- New bzip2 packages prevent decompression bomb - (08/07/2005)


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