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RHSA-2007:0125: XFree86 security update

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RHSA-2007:0125: XFree86 security update

Severity
9
CVSS
(AV:N/AC:M/Au:N/C:C/I:C/A:C)
Published
03/24/2007
Created
07/25/2018
Added
04/05/2007
Modified
07/12/2017

Description

Updated XFree86 packages that fix a number of security issues are now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2.1 and 3. This update has been rated as having important security impact by the Red Hat Security Response Team.

XFree86 is an implementation of the X Window System, which provides the core functionality for the Linux graphical desktop. iDefense reported an integer overflow flaw in the XFree86 XC-MISC extension. A malicious authorized client could exploit this issue to cause a denial of service (crash) or potentially execute arbitrary code with root privileges on the XFree86 server. (CVE-2007-1003) iDefense reported two integer overflows in the way X.org handled various font files. A malicious local user could exploit these issues to potentially execute arbitrary code with the privileges of the X.org server. (CVE-2007-1351, CVE-2007-1352) An integer overflow flaw was found in the XFree86 XGetPixel() function. Improper use of this function could cause an application calling it to function improperly, possibly leading to a crash or arbitrary code execution. (CVE-2007-1667) Users of XFree86 should upgrade to these updated packages, which contain a backported patch and is not vulnerable to this issue.

Solution(s)

  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-100dpi-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-75dpi-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-base-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-cyrillic-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-devel
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-doc
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-font-utils
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-iso8859-14-100dpi-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-iso8859-14-75dpi-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-iso8859-15-100dpi-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-iso8859-15-75dpi-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-iso8859-2-100dpi-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-iso8859-2-75dpi-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-iso8859-9-100dpi-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-iso8859-9-75dpi-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-libs
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-libs-data
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-mesa-libgl
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-mesa-libglu
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-sdk
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-syriac-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-tools
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-truetype-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-twm
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-xauth
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-xdm
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-xf86cfg
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-xfs
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-xnest
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-xvfb

References

  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-100dpi-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-75dpi-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-base-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-cyrillic-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-devel
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-doc
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-font-utils
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-iso8859-14-100dpi-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-iso8859-14-75dpi-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-iso8859-15-100dpi-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-iso8859-15-75dpi-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-iso8859-2-100dpi-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-iso8859-2-75dpi-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-iso8859-9-100dpi-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-iso8859-9-75dpi-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-libs
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-libs-data
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-mesa-libgl
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-mesa-libglu
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-sdk
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-syriac-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-tools
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-truetype-fonts
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-twm
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-xauth
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-xdm
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-xf86cfg
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-xfs
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-xnest
  • redhat-upgrade-xfree86-xvfb

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