Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 505605
CVE-2004-2541, CVE-2009-0148 cscope: multiple buffer overflows
Last modified: 2010-11-04 10:44:11 EDT
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bug #490667: CVE-2004-2541, CVE-2009-0148 cscope: multiple buffer overflows
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Created attachment 347583 [details]
incdir overflow patch ported from EL5
Not a big deal issue, as it's actually caught by fortify_source. Feel free to defer stable updates until there's another fix to do. Rawhide should get the fix, though you may prefer to rebase to current upstream instead.
Attaching incdir-overflow patch used in rhel updates, forward ported from 15.5 to 15.6 currently in Fedora.
fixed in 15-6.4 . Thanks!
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