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Ubuntu: USN-3134-1 (CVE-2016-5699): Python vulnerabilities

Severity
4
CVSS
(AV:N/AC:M/Au:N/C:N/I:P/A:N)
Published
09/02/2016
Created
07/25/2018
Added
11/23/2016
Modified
04/25/2018

Description

CRLF injection vulnerability in the HTTPConnection.putheader function in urllib2 and urllib in CPython (aka Python) before 2.7.10 and 3.x before 3.4.4 allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary HTTP headers via CRLF sequences in a URL.

Solution(s)

  • ubuntu-upgrade-libpython2-7
  • ubuntu-upgrade-libpython2-7-minimal
  • ubuntu-upgrade-libpython2-7-stdlib
  • ubuntu-upgrade-libpython3-2
  • ubuntu-upgrade-libpython3-4
  • ubuntu-upgrade-libpython3-4-minimal
  • ubuntu-upgrade-libpython3-4-stdlib
  • ubuntu-upgrade-libpython3-5
  • ubuntu-upgrade-libpython3-5-minimal
  • ubuntu-upgrade-libpython3-5-stdlib
  • ubuntu-upgrade-python2-7
  • ubuntu-upgrade-python2-7-minimal
  • ubuntu-upgrade-python3-2
  • ubuntu-upgrade-python3-2-minimal
  • ubuntu-upgrade-python3-4
  • ubuntu-upgrade-python3-4-minimal
  • ubuntu-upgrade-python3-5
  • ubuntu-upgrade-python3-5-minimal

References

  • ubuntu-upgrade-libpython2-7
  • ubuntu-upgrade-libpython2-7-minimal
  • ubuntu-upgrade-libpython2-7-stdlib
  • ubuntu-upgrade-libpython3-2
  • ubuntu-upgrade-libpython3-4
  • ubuntu-upgrade-libpython3-4-minimal
  • ubuntu-upgrade-libpython3-4-stdlib
  • ubuntu-upgrade-libpython3-5
  • ubuntu-upgrade-libpython3-5-minimal
  • ubuntu-upgrade-libpython3-5-stdlib
  • ubuntu-upgrade-python2-7
  • ubuntu-upgrade-python2-7-minimal
  • ubuntu-upgrade-python3-2
  • ubuntu-upgrade-python3-2-minimal
  • ubuntu-upgrade-python3-4
  • ubuntu-upgrade-python3-4-minimal
  • ubuntu-upgrade-python3-5
  • ubuntu-upgrade-python3-5-minimal

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