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Old 05-22-2009, 03:53 PM   #1
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flaw in version 4.7 of OpenSSH on Debian/GNU Linux

In case you haven't seen the article yet..

Still looks like it will take some work to exploit though.
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This one, though found on a Debian system seems to be related to OpenSSH version 4.7, not Debian's patches to it (like the other more publicized one for openssl).


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