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Avaya Products PHP Multiple Vulnerabilities
November 06, 2007 @ 07:56:00

As mentioned in this new security advisory from Avaya, there's a risk that the PHP version included with their Messaging systems could provide a hole for a would-be attacker to gain access.

Issues have been reported in the following:

  • integer overflow vulnerabilities in the PHP gd extension
  • integer overflow vulnerability in the PHP chunk_split function
  • a security update has introduced a bug into PHP session cookie handling
  • vulnerability in the PHP money_format function
  • vulnerability in the PHP wordwrap function
  • vulnerability in PHP session cookie handling
  • vulnerability in the PHP gc extension

The advisory contains links to more information from RedHat on these issues and includes a list of systems effected as well as recommended actions to take.

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