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Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2008 10:55:31 +0200
From: Matthias Andree <>
Subject: Re: CVE Id Request: fetchmail <= 6.3.8 DoS when	logging
 long headers in -v -v mode

Jonathan Smith schrieb:
> Matthias Andree wrote:
>> Impeding the 6.3.9 release, there are some nasty bugs that aren't
>> security relevant which are pending the fix, but are hard to debug.
> Are these bugs regressions against 6.3.8? If so, it might make sense to
> cherry-pick the security fixes from svn and cut a release with
> 6.3.8+patches. If not, why let non-regressions hold up 6.3.9?

Release overhead; but you're right, I might just make that cut and let
6.3.9 out (since the bugs are long-standing, rather than recent
regressions) and postpone fixing of the other bugs to 6.3.10.

Matthias Andree

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