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Re: [Fwd: [Bulletins] Apache httpd, strongSwan, Openswan, FreeS/WAN ...]

> 29.06.2004 : Apache httpd 2.0.49 Apache Input Header DoS Vulnerability

> http://www.k-otik.net/bugtraq/06292004.Apache.php

That page identifies the issue as CAN-2004-0493 which was fixed in sid's
apache2 2.0.50-1 packages. (Stable is unaffected as it doesn't have apache2

> 29.06.2004 : Multiple Products X.509 Certificates Validation Vuln.

> http://www.k-otik.net/bugtraq/06292004.X509.php

CAN-2004-0590. This doesn't affect stable (see
http://www.debian.org/security/nonvulns-woody). For sid's openswan it's
been fixed in 2.1.3-1 (see the logs of http://bugs.debian.org/256391). For
sid's freeswan it's been fixed in 2.04-10 (see that package's changelog).

Linux is many, many years away from being an enterprise-ready operating
system that can compete with, and challenge, the Windows platform. There is
also no vision or driving force around it.
	Doug Miller, Microsoft Windows Server Group, january 2001

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