email@example.com reported a vulnerability in libcurl, the HTTP/FTP retrieval library. This library is used by lots of programs, including YaST2.
The NTLM authorization in curl had a buffer overflow in the base64 decoding which allows a remote attacker using a prepared remote server to execute code for the user using curl.
The Kerberos authorization has a similar bug, but is not compiled in on SUSE Linux.
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