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    Debian: New nas packages fix multiple remote vulnerabilities

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    Several vulnerabilities have been discovered in nas, the Network Audio System.
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    Debian Security Advisory DSA-1273-1                This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.                         Noah Meyerhans
    March 27, 2007
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    Package        : nas
    Vulnerability  : several
    Problem type   : remote
    Debian-specific: no
    CVE Id(s)      : CVE-2007-1543 CVE-2007-1544 CVE-2007-1545 CVE-2007-1546 CVE-2007-1547
    BugTraq ID     : 23017
    Debian Bug     : 416038
    Several vulnerabilities have been discovered in nas, the Network Audio
    A stack-based buffer overflow in the accept_att_local function in
    server/os/connection.c in nas allows remote attackers to execute
    arbitrary code via a long path slave name in a USL socket connection.
    Integer overflow in the ProcAuWriteElement function in
    server/dia/audispatch.c allows remote attackers to cause a denial of
    service (crash) and possibly execute arbitrary code via a large
    max_samples value.
    The AddResource function in server/dia/resource.c allows remote
    attackers to cause a denial of service (server crash) via a
    nonexistent client ID.
    Array index error allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service
    (crash) via (1) large num_action values in the ProcAuSetElements
    function in server/dia/audispatch.c or (2) a large inputNum parameter
    to the compileInputs function in server/dia/auutil.c.
    The ReadRequestFromClient function in server/os/io.c allows remote
    attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) via multiple
    simultaneous connections, which triggers a NULL pointer dereference.
    For the stable distribution (sarge), these problems have been fixed in
    version 1.7-2sarge1
    For the upcoming stable distribution (etch) and the unstable
    distribution (sid) these packages have been fixed in version 1.8-4.
    We recommend that you upgrade your nas package.
    Upgrade instructions
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    wget url
            will fetch the file for you
    dpkg -i file.deb
            will install the referenced file.
    If you are using the apt-get package manager, use the line for
    sources.list as given below:
    apt-get update
            will update the internal database
    apt-get upgrade
            will install corrected packages
    You may use an automated update by adding the resources from the
    footer to the proper configuration.
    Debian 3.1 (stable)
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    Stable updates are available for alpha, amd64, arm, hppa, i386, ia64, m68k, mips, mipsel, powerpc, s390 and sparc.
    Source archives:
        Size/MD5 checksum:  1288569 c9918e9c9c95d587a95b455bbabe3b49
        Size/MD5 checksum:      693 2f0821d157ae249adfda1ddcf39bf9aa
        Size/MD5 checksum:   124076 b057e678fb808ef95666d766944ce498
    Architecture independent packages:
        Size/MD5 checksum:   150478 744cbca330f9f8463a36251836514cc4
    alpha architecture (DEC Alpha)
        Size/MD5 checksum:    82560 ac84bfe7e6f04f0693b787b33c5a1890
        Size/MD5 checksum:  1330046 e8b1709f240ca6ee0c7e893a6d4598ac
        Size/MD5 checksum:   622528 6d14250da6aab5da4737af8d2f3d4930
        Size/MD5 checksum:   120098 2efb7c2fd2c6cfbce699789f7b1e9782
    amd64 architecture (AMD x86_64 (AMD64))
        Size/MD5 checksum:  1291220 019146fc7d079820c088bf1a597a91bf
        Size/MD5 checksum:   102672 40c936bde0db91e5cef3f90c88c03168
        Size/MD5 checksum:    74620 e8d8d3d5ec14dcfdb8285d6eb5e6b67b
        Size/MD5 checksum:   526904 7cc01f5259953f12f0f82cbd1b6ecc62
    arm architecture (ARM)
        Size/MD5 checksum:    70894 b55f037fe9266c92d3a3b9650ae750d7
        Size/MD5 checksum:  1201362 99b1f795e47faf04db5a3b9ec8ed3440
        Size/MD5 checksum:   473996 863cc92b5e937cc44e6f3e13f023a374
        Size/MD5 checksum:    97152 dd196d5474c9e68b9096c44a7d72bf5e
    hppa architecture (HP PA RISC)
        Size/MD5 checksum:    78114 393d231f6d67274102dff5526043dc57
        Size/MD5 checksum:   107144 da99e90ee80eb1f1e266c85701d26007
        Size/MD5 checksum:  1310940 1c94b9c41c36e8255396c9ffd400aee5
        Size/MD5 checksum:   570894 084753a5ebc4ea153a56cc18fb784904
    i386 architecture (Intel ia32)
        Size/MD5 checksum:    95234 edcc7d8210a2acac10c84547cfa3d2c2
        Size/MD5 checksum:  1189584 20f53c488e517d53e6aa517fd4a2076a
        Size/MD5 checksum:    71866 df4b413ad699008cfe5b96b46aab5d0b
        Size/MD5 checksum:   495476 2571d898d1921adeafa543a1709d0e2a
    ia64 architecture (Intel ia64)
        Size/MD5 checksum:   746720 d9a7f324f9d4c562c197fd93b24cd3ab
        Size/MD5 checksum:    95382 cf266077d4f01eadb95f27ecdad79c3a
        Size/MD5 checksum:  1325658 3cb330c6a614a2aba983b5a06bc0e70b
        Size/MD5 checksum:   133454 a4b8eb9bf242d0c5e92da9996099a3c0
    m68k architecture (Motorola Mc680x0)
        Size/MD5 checksum:    67186 5b214ce898aa6f629f31eb0efacae4e6
        Size/MD5 checksum:  1260302 a0132b9f2fa66dd587a39e6bfbca6622
        Size/MD5 checksum:    88438 f24d7a213264eff51574b4b51dc1e0bc
        Size/MD5 checksum:   418440 6f0f7e8c7f7b0b948f6efafa84547905
    mips architecture (MIPS (Big Endian))
        Size/MD5 checksum:  1289470 adeb481ca91d7671a549687ad1b39c5a
        Size/MD5 checksum:    72522 6da040afd23c865e6c9e7e6d945d2457
        Size/MD5 checksum:   550000 b97c0b1c75e957549d20c7c2c9b6be59
        Size/MD5 checksum:   108754 feefdb5bedf589515f2a5ed3b2a0a2a3
    mipsel architecture (MIPS (Little Endian))
        Size/MD5 checksum:    72440 6e2a76e66b1d68798f1fc5aeac325a6d
        Size/MD5 checksum:  1239994 c1628d859aee3dd011e9c1b380f12ddc
        Size/MD5 checksum:   550010 4e3be289e9fd903feca4bbdd99bf0996
        Size/MD5 checksum:   108672 2baa553b2134c1a5274f210fc5d74502
    powerpc architecture (PowerPC)
        Size/MD5 checksum:   100542 607cdd05f11daf5d000840f831a0537c
        Size/MD5 checksum:   531068 ef8f43c27a398a651a3cff195ef603a3
        Size/MD5 checksum:  1439084 cf1e5f85964ed34733cb31532269e543
        Size/MD5 checksum:    74744 fd09f58e22639db4e074cff228c98a37
    sparc architecture (Sun SPARC/UltraSPARC)
        Size/MD5 checksum:    70474 d527e90baffd8d2829ab4e877344eef0
        Size/MD5 checksum:    96474 2af98815309ed2d313e029dc6676c670
        Size/MD5 checksum:  1295200 23a1e3a875f841023f456dd7e8f8429d
        Size/MD5 checksum:   473026 6494ad53d51495b309f5f6b7d122c585
      These files will probably be moved into the stable distribution on
      its next update.
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    For apt-get: deb stable/updates main
    For dpkg-ftp: dists/stable/updates/main
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