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Oracle Linux: (CVE-2021-46784) (Multiple Advisories): squid security update

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Oracle Linux: (CVE-2021-46784) (Multiple Advisories): squid security update



Details for this vulnerability have not been published by NIST at this point. Descriptions from software vendor advisories for this issue are provided below.

From ELSA-2022-5542:

[7:3.5.20-17.0.1] - Mutiple CVE fixes for squid [Orabug: 33146289] - Resolves: CVE-2021-28651 squid: Bug 5104: Memory leak in RFC 2169 response parsing (#778) - Resolves: CVE-2021-28652 squid: Bug 5106: Broken cache manager URL parsing (#788) - Resolves: CVE-2021-31806,31807,31808 squid: Handle more Range requests (#790) - Resolves: CVE-2021-33620 squid: Handle more partial responses (#791) [7:3.5.20-17.7] - Resolves: #2100778 - CVE-2021-46784 squid: DoS when processing gopher server responses [7:3.5.20-17.6] - Resolves: #1944256 - CVE-2020-25097 squid: improper input validation may allow a trusted client to perform HTTP Request Smuggling [7:3.5.20-17.5] - Resolves: #1890581 - Fix for CVE 2019-13345 breaks authentication in cachemgr.cgi [7:3.5.20-17.4] - Resolves: #1872349 - CVE-2020-24606 squid: Improper Input Validation could result in a DoS - Resolves: #1872327 - CVE-2020-15810 squid: HTTP Request Smuggling could result in cache poisoning - Resolves: #1872342 - CVE-2020-15811 squid: HTTP Request Splitting could result in cache poisoning [7:3.5.20-17.2] - Resolves: #1802516 - CVE-2020-8449 squid: Improper input validation issues in HTTP Request processing - Resolves: #1802515 - CVE-2020-8450 squid: Buffer overflow in a Squid acting as reverse-proxy - Resolves: #1853129 - CVE-2020-15049 squid: request smuggling and poisoning attack against the HTTP cache - Resolves: #1802517 - CVE-2019-12528 squid: Information Disclosure issue in FTP Gateway


  • oracle-linux-upgrade-libecap
  • oracle-linux-upgrade-libecap-devel
  • oracle-linux-upgrade-squid
  • oracle-linux-upgrade-squid-migration-script
  • oracle-linux-upgrade-squid-sysvinit

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