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#1 thatman

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Posted 03 November 2004 - 07:15 AM

- Buffer overflow in Sun Java System Web Proxy Server -
Oxygen3 24h-365d, by Panda Software (http://www.pandasoftware.com)

Madrid, November 2, 2004 - Sun(*) has reported a buffer overflow
vulnerability in Sun Java System Web Proxy Server 3.6, as well as releasing
a Service Pack that fixes it.

This security problem can be classified as serious, as it could allow a
remote user to cause the Web Proxy Server or the Web Proxy Server's Admin
Server to crash or to execute arbitrary code on the affected system.
According to Sun, the server does not correctly handle CONNECT Request URIs
and that the proxy administration server has various buffer management
flaws. Sun Java System Web Proxy Server 3.6 Service Pack 4 and earlier are
affected.

This vulnerability is corrected in Service Pack 5 (or later) for Sun Java
System Web Proxy Server 3.6, which can be downloaded from:
http://wwws.sun.com/software/download/products/4149bc42.html

(*) More information at:
http://sunsolve.sun.com/search/document.do...ey=1-26-57606-1

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