Samba Susceptible to Malicious Code Injection

    Date18 Apr 2012
    CategoryLatest News
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    Posted ByAlex
    The developers of Samba, an open source software enabling file and print sharing between Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X computers, released security patches to address critical vulnerabilities that can be polluted by remote attacker's on implementing random code on systems where the samba service is running, as reported by pcworld on April 11, 2012. The malicious code in Samba Version 3.6.3 and the previous version is a buffer overflow flaw in Samba's inaccessible procedure call code.
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