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Date: Tue, 4 Aug 2009 19:48:13 +0200
From: Nico Golde <>
Subject: Re: squid DoS in external auth header parser

* Vincent Danen <> [2009-08-04 17:20]:
> * [2009-08-04 12:13:29 +0200] Nico Golde wrote:
> >CVE-2009-2622
> >CVE-2009-2621
> Are you sure?
> According to MITRE's descriptions, CVE-2009-2621 deals with a lack of
> enforcing "buffer limites and related bound checks", and CVE-2009-2622
> deals with malformed requests.  When I was looking, it didn't seem like
> either of these were the issue noted in the Debian bug.  Bug #2704 on
> the squid site is still UNCONFIRMED with no additional comments made to
> it, so I don't think this is fixed in the latest upstream release (and
> wouldn't fall under one of these CVE's).
> I don't think a CVE has been assigned to this issue, and I don't think
> it has been fixed.

Oergs sorry, yes you are right. I mixed up the issues here.
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