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November 24, 2002

Remote Root Exploit in Samba

A remotely exploitable buffer overflow has been found in Samba. The version shipping with Jaguar, Samba-2.2.3, is vulnerable. You should either install the latest version or turn off Windows FileSharing (if you had it enabled) until Apple comes out with a Security Update.

Judging by their turn-around time with BIND, that should be in about two weeks.

Posted by distler at November 24, 2002 10:19 AM

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