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Date: Wed, 28 Aug 2013 14:39:21 -0600
From: Vincent Danen <>
Subject: Re: Re: CVE oops in GLSA 201308-05 (wireshark)

* [2013-08-28 14:10:10 -0400] wrote:

>Hash: SHA1
>>I just saw via a Gentoo bug report that their GLSA 201308-05 advisory
>>mentioned some CVEs as related to wireshark that were incorrect.
>>Instead of mentioning CVE-2013-{3560,3561,3562} they mentioned
>>CVE-2013-{3540,3541,3542}. I checked on MITRE's site and those three
>>are still reserved.
>>I don't know who those three (354[012]) are assigned to, but you might
>>want to see if they've been used already or not and dupe them against
>>356[012] if they have not.
>Those are in use:
>CVE-2013-3540. Cross Site Request Forgery(CWE-352) and Clickjacking(CAPEC-103)
>CVE-2013-3541. Relative Path Traversal(CWE-23)
>CVE-2013-3542. Backdoor in Telnet Protocol(CAPEC-443)

Ok.  I suspect that Gentoo has or will fix any self-published copies of
their GLSA but the ones that are archived still contain the incorrect
references.  Not sure if you need/want to do anything... I just sent the
email as a heads-up for you.

Vincent Danen / Red Hat Security Response Team 

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