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Re: Squid Proxy Cache Security Update Advisory SQUID-2002:3

## Patrick Hsieh (pahud@pahud.net):

> http://www.squid-cache.org/Advisories/SQUID-2002_3.txt
> Is there anyone working around this problem?

If you want to have 2.4STABLE7 now on woody or sid, you can get
the source package for 2.4STABLE6 (apt-get source), patch with
the official squid patch
(which applies nicely to the Debian source), edit debian/control
and debian/changelog to match versions (and maintainer, especially
if you want to gpg-sign your packages) and do a
dpkg-buildpackage -rfakeroot.
If you trust my packages (I wouldn't), you can fetch
   MD5: 556574692c0875302778dbb6fe3c509f
   MD5: c2c2814e496ab1a669668d71d46b4c9f
   MD5: 690455b981c69415e2edf7ac3d1ecf45

I built those packages this morning (using above procedure) and my
proxy is happily serving requests since a little more than two hours.

"Use at your own risk" and "no warranty" apply as usual and a little
more, because these packages do not come from a trusted source (at
least from your point of view).


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