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Date: Wed, 07 Nov 2012 17:27:52 +1000
From: David Jorm <>
        "Steven M. Christey" <>
Subject: Re: CVE Request -- axis2, axis2c

On 11/07/2012 05:12 PM, Seth Arnold wrote:
> Hello Kurt, Steve, all,
> I did not find CVEs for Axis2 or Axis2/c when going through the pile of
> CVEs generated from the paper:
> Axis appeared to get CVE-2012-5784 but it is my understanding that Axis2
> and Axis2/c are different codebases and should therefore get their own
> CVE entries.
> shmat_cccs12.pdf claims Axis2 is vulnerable but silent on Axis2/c.
> Has anyone else looked into if Axis2/c is vulnerable? (I gave it a very
> cursory inspection.) The project pages are silent on the issue.
> Did I overlook these CVE entries?
> Thanks

Axis2/Java has been assigned CVE-2012-5785. There is no CVE ID for 
Axis2/c that I am aware of, and I am not aware that anyone has 
investigated whether it is vulnerable.

David Jorm / Red Hat Security Response Team

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