10.2.5 Security Features

Dieses Thema im Forum "Small Talk" wurde erstellt von batsch, 11. April 2003.

  1. batsch

    batsch New Member

    wen's interessiert:

    Apache 2.0: Fixes CAN-2003-0132, a denial of service vulnerability in
    Apache 2.0 versions through 2.0.44. Apache 2.0 is distributed only
    with Mac OS X Server, and is not enabled by default.

    Directory Services: Fixes CAN-2003-0171 DirectoryServices Privilege
    Escalation and DoS Attack. DirectoryServices is part of the Mac OS
    X and Mac OS X Server information services subsystem. It is
    launched at startup, setuid root and installed by default. It is
    possible for a local attacker to modify an environment variable
    that would allow the execution of arbitrary commands as root.
    Credit to Dave G. from @stake, Inc. for the discovery of this
    vulnerability.

    File Sharing/Service: Fixes CAN-2003-0198 where the contents of the
    write-only DropBox folder can be revealed. When enabled, Personal
    File Sharing on Mac OS X or Apple File Service on Mac OS X Server,
    a "DropBox" folder is available by default to allow people to
    deposit files. This update no longer allows the permissions of
    the "DropBox" folder to be changed by a guest.

    OpenSSL: Fixes CAN-2003-0131 Klima-Pokorny-Rosa attack on PKCS #1 v1.5
    padding. The patch from the OpenSSL team, which addresses this
    vulnerability, is applied to Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server.

    Samba: Fixes CAN-2003-0201 which could allow an anonymous user to gain
    remote root access due to a buffer overflow. The built-in Windows
    file sharing is based on the open source technology called Samba
    and is off by default in Mac OS X.

    sendmail: Fixes CAN-2003-0161, where address parsing code in sendmail
    does not adequately check the length of email addresses. Only the
    patch from the sendmail team is applied to the currently-shipping
    version of sendmail in Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server.

    Und jetzt seid bitte so brav, und installiert alle mal. Ich warte noch ein Weilchen *hehe
     
  2. Haegar

    Haegar New Member

  3. Dradts

    Dradts New Member

    Warum "?" ?
     
  4. batsch

    batsch New Member

    , ist's ja auch egal.
     
  5. Haegar

    Haegar New Member

    nein nein, lob deine absicht...

    versteh aber leider nur bahnhof bezgl. des techn sachverhaltes...deshalb das ?

    ;-)
     
  6. NoArts

    NoArts New Member

    hi
    ich versteh' leider auch nicht ganz den Sinn...
    Muss ich mir Sorgen machen? Wenn ja, kann ich was dagegen tun?
    Wäre nett, wenn du kurz erklären würdest :)

    Grüsse
    NoArts
     
  7. batsch

    batsch New Member

    n Haufen Ärger gebracht haben. Daher werde ich wie gesagt erst mal 5 Tage warten und die Foren hier verfolgen und danach updaten.

    Gepostet hab' ich das Mail deshalb, weil ich Apples Politik bzgl. der Veröffentlichung der Security-Features nicht ganz nachvollziehen kann.
     

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