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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
AA-2005.005 -- "Account alert" fraudulent email related to Mytob virus variant - AusCERT has observed a large amount of emails being widely distributed today which forged the sender's address, appearing to originate from the recipient's own company, or from their ISP. (07/06/2005)

ESB-2005.0421 -- Debian Security Advisory DSA 732-1 -- New mailutils packages fix several vulnerabilities - (06/06/2005)

ESB-2005.0420 -- HP Security Bulletin HPSBMA01143 -- SSRT5962 rev.0 HP OpenView Radia mgmt - Remote access and DoS - (03/06/2005)

ESB-2005.0419 -- Debian Security Advisory DSA 731-1 -- New krb4 packages fix arbitrary code execution - (03/06/2005)

ESB-2005.0418 -- RHSA-2005:481-01 -- Low: openssh security update - (03/06/2005)

ESB-2005.0417 -- RHSA-2005:480-01 -- Moderate: ImageMagick security update - (03/06/2005)

ESB-2005.0416 -- RHSA-2005:416-01 -- Low: kdbg security update - (03/06/2005)

ESB-2005.0415 -- Trend Micro medium risk virus alert -- Increased Mytob mass mailer activity - As of May 31, 2005 9:11 AM PDT (Pacific Daylight Time), TrendLabs has declared a Medium Risk Virus Alert to control the spread of WORM_MYTOB.BI. TrendLabs has received several infection reports indicating that this malware is spreading in Belgium, Japan, Korea, India, United States, United Kingdom, and Germany. (02/06/2005)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. AA-2005.004 -- Microsoft ISA Server 2000 denial of service vulnerability - Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2000 (ISA Server) is vulnerable to a denial of service when receiving heavy network traffic from client computers configured as SecureNAT clients. (02/06/2005)

ESB-2005.0414 -- RHSA-2005:476-01 -- Moderate: openssl security update - (02/06/2005)

ESB-2005.0413 -- RHSA-2005:433-01 -- Moderate: postgresql security update - (02/06/2005)

ESB-2005.0412 -- RHSA-2005:430-01 -- Moderate: gnutls security update - (02/06/2005)

ESB-2005.0411 -- APPLE-SA-2005-05-31 -- QuickTime 7.0.1 - (01/06/2005)

AA-2005.003 -- Avast! Antivirus local kernel mode compromise - (30/05/2005)

ESB-2005.0410 -- Debian Security Advisory DSA 730-1 -- New bzip2 packages fix file unauthorised permissions modification - (30/05/2005)

AA-2005.002 -- Multiple products using CA Vet Antivirus Engine - integer overflow - (30/05/2005)

ESB-2005.0408 -- HP Security Bulletin HPSBUX01165 -- SSRT5899 rev.0 - HP-UX trusted system remote unauthorized access - (27/05/2005)

ESB-2005.0407 -- Sun Alert Notification 57795 -- Security Vulnerability in the WU-FTPD "wu_fnmatch" Function May Result in a Denial of Service (DoS) - (27/05/2005)

ESB-2005.0406 -- APPLE-SA-2005-05-25 -- Keynote 2.0.2 - (27/05/2005)

ESB-2005.0405 -- Four iDEFENSE Security Advisories -- Multiple Vulnerabilities in GNU Mailutils - (27/05/2005)

ESB-2005.0404 -- RHSA-2005:472-01 -- Important: kernel security update - (27/05/2005)

ESB-2005.0403 -- Debian Security Advisory DSA 729-1 -- New PHP4 packages fix denial of service - (27/05/2005)

ESB-2005.0402 -- RHSA-2005:413-01 -- Important: ImageMagick security update - (27/05/2005)

ESB-2005.0401 -- RHSA-2005:473-01 -- Moderate: lesstif security update - (27/05/2005)

ESB-2005.0400 -- Debian Security Advisory DSA 728-2 -- New qpopper packages fix arbitrary file overwriting - (27/05/2005)

ESB-2005.0399 -- Debian Security Advisory DSA 727-1 -- New libconvert-uulib-perl packages fix arbitrary code execution - (27/05/2005)

ESB-2005.0398 -- Debian Security Advisory DSA 726-1 -- New oops packages fix format string vulnerability - (27/05/2005)

ESB-2005.0397 -- UNIRAS ALERT - 16/05 -- NISCC Vulnerability Advisory DNS - 589088 - (27/05/2005)

ESB-2005.0396 -- Debian Security Advisory DSA 725-1 -- New ppxp packages fix local root exploit - (27/05/2005)

ESB-2005.0395 -- Debian Security Advisory DSA 724-1 -- New phpsysinfo packages fix cross site scripting - (27/05/2005)

ESB-2005.0394 -- Ethereal Security Advisory -- Multiple security issues in ethereal versions 0.10.10 and prior - Multiple security issues in ethereal versions 0.10.10 and prior may allow code execution and denial of service. (27/05/2005)

ESB-2005.0393 -- Five iDEFENSE Security Advisories -- Multiple Ipswitch IMail Vulnerabilities - (25/05/2005)

ESB-2005.0392 -- RHSA-2005:434-01 -- Important: firefox security update - (24/05/2005)

ESB-2005.0391 -- APPLE-SA-2005-05-19 -- Mac OS X v10.4.1 - (23/05/2005)

ESB-2005.0390 -- RHSA-2005:408-01 -- Moderate: cyrus-imapd security update - (18/05/2005)


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