This will be very short post… I have found (few months ago) security vulnerability in one of Apache server/module. I contact with apache security team. After few days I will decide about “future” of this bug – publish or wait for security path and publish after it. Now I can paste here simple output from gdb:
More than year ago I was publish advisory in ‘mtr’ software. I think, personally, it is great bug because it can’t exist without unspecified situation in libresolv library 🙂 The question is why have I written information about it on blog?
I forgot add this advisory in my site (sic!) 🙂 Now it’s ok and you can find this advisory here.
I attached to this advisory details and Proof Of Concept. If you haven’t read it yet i strongly recommend you to do it because it shows that sometimes if we read source code we think bug doesn’t exists but sometimes other external stuff/bugs/unspecified situation help us to trigger and exploit unexisting bug 🙂
Is it a dream? Impossible? Bugs in CPU? No… it’s reality! CPU is only a piece of hardware. Everything have bugs… CPU too. I will give here only a piece of information about bugs in INTEL products…
OK. I haven’t written long time on blog. Today I want to show you what sometimes
yum can do without your knowledge. Few days ago I was upgrading one of system using yum.
Everything looked fine. I was happy that sometimes yum is useful. After work I went sleep
and next day I received messages that smth is fu** up with www…