An Update usually follows a previous Security Bulletin.
Updates provide additional information or corrections to an existing Security Bulletin. They are a mechanism for quick release of important information in a less structured way. Updates are often member-only access.
AU-2006.0009 -- AusCERT Update - [Cisco] - Newer versions also affected by Cisco IOS AAA Command Authorization bypass vulnerability
AU-2006.0007 -- AusCERT Update - [HP Tru64] - SSRT051007 rev.2 - HP Tru64 UNIX Running DNS BIND4/BIND8 with Forwarders: Remote Unauthorized Privileged Access
AU-2006.0006 -- AusCERT Update - [Win] - "Blackmal" email worm update (CME-24)
- This AusCERT update provides a summary of known information about the "Blackmal" email worm reported in AL-2006.0005
AU-2006.0005 -- AusCERT Update - [Win] - "Blackmal" email worm variant will cause file destruction
- A variant of the "Blackmal" email worm reported in AL-2006.0005 is currently spreading rapidly and carries a payload that will destroy files on the third day of each month.
AU-2006.0004 -- AusCERT Update - [Win][UNIX/Linux] - Proof of concept code released for VERITAS NetBackup 5.x
AU-2006.0003 -- AusCERT Update - [FortiOS] - Fortinet Advisory - IKE ISAKMP (VU#226364) vulnerabilities
AU-2006.0002 -- AusCERT Update - [Win][UNIX/Linux] - Sun Java vulnerability now being exploited in the wild
- US-CERT reports that the Sun Java vulnerability previously described
in AusCERT ESB-2005.0962 is now being actively exploited by enticing
users to visit a malicious website.
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
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.
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 .
AU-2005.0021 -- AusCERT Update - [Win] - Possible new worm targetting Windows machines vulnerable to issues in MSDTC and COM+
- Possible new worm targetting Windows machines vulnerable to issues in MSDTC and COM+
AU-2005.0020 -- Sun Alert Notification 102002 - Vulnerability in Sun ONE/Java System Directory Server and Directory Proxy Server HTTP Administrative Interface
- This update provides further information from Sun on the vulnerability reported last month in AusCERT Alert AL-2005.0031.
AU-2005.0019 -- AusCERT Update - Malicious use of Sony DRM technology and availability of a removal tool
- Further to the AusCERT advisory AA-2005.0022, several antivirus vendors
have reported new malware which utilises the stealthing functionality of the Sony DRM software.
AU-2005.0018 -- AusCERT Update - Analysis of the Kezaam SecuryTeam Spam Trojan now available
- An analysis of the recent "Kezaam SecuryTeam" spam and trojan is now available to AusCERT members.
AU-2005.0017 -- AusCERT Update - Patches released for Backup Exec for Windows Servers authentication vulnerability
- Veritas have released new patches for Windows versions of Backup Exec, correcting the vulnerabilities detailed in AusCERT Alerts AL-2005.0021 and AL-2005.0023.
AU-2005.0016 -- AusCERT Update - BrightStor ARCserve/Enterprise Backup public exploit code and increased port 6070 scanning activity
AU-2005.0015 -- AusCERT Update - Veritas Backup Exec public exploit code and increased port 10000 scanning activity
- AusCERT advises that exploit code is now publicly available for at least one of
the vulnerabilities described in AusCERT AL-2005.013, "Veritas Backup Exec -
multiple vulnerabilities". AusCERT has also observed increased scanning
activity this week to port 10000, believed to be attempting to exploit this
AU-2005.0014 -- AusCERT Update - Fraudulent email now attaching Mytob virus variant
- AusCERT has observed a large number of e-mail containing a new variant of
the Mytob virus, similar to that described in AusCERT Advisory AA-2005.005.
This new variant includes a .zip file containing the virus, instead of the
previous technique of directing users to visit a web site disguised with
AU-2005.0013 -- AusCERT Update - New URLs for "Account alert" fraudulent email
- AusCERT has received a report of another mass mailout of the "Account alert"
fraudulent email described in AA-2005.005, this time containing a new malicious link.
AU-2005.0012 -- AusCERT Update - "ePaymentSol.com" fraudulent e-mails and malicious web site
- AusCERT has become aware of fraudulent e-mails circulating widely to
Australian recipients relating to the "Infra-Pay" domain previously alerted
on in AL-2005.011.
AU-2005.0011 -- AusCERT Update - Firefox 1.0.4 released to fix recent vulnerabilities
- AusCERT would like to adivse members that the Mozilla Organization have released Firefox 1.0.4 which fixes the vulerabilities described in ESB-2005.0373
AU-2005.0009 -- AusCERT Update - Update to "Risk of Compromise for Organisations using SSL"
- This update describes new developments in the SSL interception technique previously reported by AusCERT in March 2005.
AU-2005.0008 -- AusCERT Update - High level of exploitation of AWStats, phpBB and other web bulletin board software
- AusCERT has noted a continuing high level of exploit activity targeting vulnerable versions of phpBB and other web-based bulletin board software over the past week.
AU-2005.0007 -- AusCERT Update - Multiple Symantec Products - New Versions and Mitigation Tool Available to Address UPX Vulnerability
AU-2005.0006 -- AusCERT Update - MSN Messenger PNG vulnerability proof of concept exploit code released
- AusCERT wishes to advise that proof of concept code has been released for the vulnerability described in AusCERT ESB-2005.0118, "MS05-009 - Vulnerability in PNG Processing Could Allow Remote Code Execution".
AU-2005.0005 -- AusCERT Update - AWStats remote command execution vulnerability actively exploited in wild
- AusCERT has seen reports of exploits in the wild for the vulnerability
described in AusCERT ESB-2005.0049, 'AWStats Remote Command Execution
AU-2005.0004 -- AusCERT Update - Increased Virus Activity - New Bagle Variant
- AusCERT has observed high levels of e-mail borne virus activity due to the recent Bagel variant known as: W32.Beagle.AZ@mm, W32/Bagle.bj@MM, W32/Bagle-BK.
AU-2005.0002 -- AusCERT Update - Veritas Backup Exec public exploit code and increased scanning activity
- AusCERT advises that exploit code is now publicly available for the Veritas Backup Exec vulnerability described in AusCERT ESB-2004.0781.
AU-2005.0001 -- AusCERT Update - Exploit code publicly available for Microsoft Windows Cursor and Icon Format Vulnerabilities
- AusCERT advises that proof of concept code is now publicly available for the
vulnerability described in AusCERT ESB-2005.0025, "Vulnerability in Cursor and
Icon Format Handling Could Allow Remote Code Execution (MS05-002)".
AU-2004.0016 -- AusCERT Update - Microsoft Security Bulletin Re-Releases, November 2004
AU-2004.0015 -- AusCERT Update - New viruses actively exploiting Internet Explorer IFRAME Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
- New viruses target Internet Explorer IFRAME handling buffer overflow vulnerability
AU-2004.0014 -- AusCERT Update - Microsoft MS04-028 - Microsoft Security Bulletin Re-Release, Updated Patches Available
- Microsoft have released an update to bulletin MS04-028, including an updated FAQ, a new enterprise scanning tool and updated troubleshooting information.
AU-2004.0013 -- AusCERT Update - Microsoft MS04-028 - JPEG exploit proof of concept release
- Further to the JPEG denial of service proof of concept described in AusCERT Alert AL-2004.030, a second proof of concept has been released allowing execution of arbitrary commands on viewing a specially crafted JPEG file.
AU-2004.0012 -- AusCERT Update - User Interface Spoofing in Mozilla and Firefox
- As outlined in AusCERT advisory AL-2004.23, a proof of concept using the
XUL (XML-based User interface Language) rendering engine in Mozilla Firefox has
recently been public. However, the problem may not be a classic security bug,
but instead an effective addition to spoofing techniques.
AU-2004.0011 -- AusCERT Update - Increased Virus Activity - New Bagel Variant
- AusCERT has observed high levels of e-mail borne virus activity due to the
recent Bagel variant. This new variant opens a backdoor on port 80 TCP and UDP.
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