openSUSE: 2019:1397-1: important: 389-ds

    Date15 May 2019
    Posted ByLinuxSecurity Advisories
    An update that fixes 5 vulnerabilities is now available.
       openSUSE Security Update: Security update for 389-ds
    Announcement ID:    openSUSE-SU-2019:1397-1
    Rating:             important
    References:         #1076530 #1096368 #1105606 #1106699 
    Cross-References:   CVE-2017-15134 CVE-2017-15135 CVE-2018-10850
                        CVE-2018-10935 CVE-2018-14624
    Affected Products:
                        openSUSE Leap 15.0
       An update that fixes 5 vulnerabilities is now available.
       This update for 389-ds fixes the following issues:
       The following security vulnerabilities were addressed:
       - CVE-2018-10850: Fixed a race condition on reference counter that would
         lead to a denial of service using persistent search (bsc#1096368)
       - CVE-2017-15134: Fixed a remote denial of service via search filters in
         slapi_filter_sprintf in slapd/util.c (bsc#1076530)
       - CVE-2017-15135: Fixed authentication bypass due to lack of size check in
         slapi_ct_memcmp function in ch_malloc.c (bsc#1076530)
       - CVE-2018-10935: Fixed an issue that allowed users to cause a crash via
         ldapsearch with server side sorts (bsc#1105606)
       - CVE-2018-14624: The lock controlling the error log was not correctly
         used when re-opening the log file in log__error_emergency(), allowing an
         attacker to send a flood of modifications to a very large DN, which
         could have caused slapd to crash (bsc#1106699).
       This update was imported from the SUSE:SLE-15:Update update project.
    Patch Instructions:
       To install this openSUSE Security Update use the SUSE recommended installation methods
       like YaST online_update or "zypper patch".
       Alternatively you can run the command listed for your product:
       - openSUSE Leap 15.0:
          zypper in -t patch openSUSE-2019-1397=1
    Package List:
       - openSUSE Leap 15.0 (x86_64):

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