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SUSE: CVE-2019-19269: SUSE Linux Security Advisory

Severity
4
CVSS
(AV:N/AC:L/Au:S/C:N/I:N/A:P)
Published
11/30/2019
Created
01/17/2020
Added
01/15/2020
Modified
01/15/2020

Description

An issue was discovered in tls_verify_crl in ProFTPD through 1.3.6b. A dereference of a NULL pointer may occur. This pointer is returned by the OpenSSL sk_X509_REVOKED_value() function when encountering an empty CRL installed by a system administrator. The dereference occurs when validating the certificate of a client connecting to the server in a TLS client/server mutual-authentication setup.

Solution(s)

  • suse-upgrade-proftpd
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-debuginfo
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-debugsource
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-devel
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-doc
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-lang
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-ldap
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-ldap-debuginfo
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-mysql
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-mysql-debuginfo
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-pgsql
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-pgsql-debuginfo
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-radius
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-radius-debuginfo
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-sqlite
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-sqlite-debuginfo

References

  • suse-upgrade-proftpd
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-debuginfo
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-debugsource
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-devel
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-doc
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-lang
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-ldap
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-ldap-debuginfo
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-mysql
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-mysql-debuginfo
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-pgsql
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-pgsql-debuginfo
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-radius
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-radius-debuginfo
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-sqlite
  • suse-upgrade-proftpd-sqlite-debuginfo

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