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Files Date: 2015-11-01

Samhain File Integrity Checker 4.1.1
Posted Nov 1, 2015
Authored by Rainer Wichmann | Site samhain.sourceforge.net

Samhain is a file system integrity checker that can be used as a client/server application for centralized monitoring of networked hosts. Databases and configuration files can be stored on the server. Databases, logs, and config files can be signed for tamper resistance. In addition to forwarding reports to the log server via authenticated TCP/IP connections, several other logging facilities (e-mail, console, and syslog) are available. Tested on Linux, AIX, HP-UX, Unixware, Sun and Solaris.

Changes: Fixed problem with timezone calculation on month rollover for negative timezones. Fixed problem with rotated logfiles when content is always constant, i.e. checksum does not change. Various other updates.
tags | tool, tcp, intrusion detection
systems | linux, unix, solaris, aix, hpux, unixware
MD5 | 98ca0ab11be21393064766a1c2650f88
Python 3.5 product_setstate() Out-Of-Bounds Read
Posted Nov 1, 2015
Authored by John Leitch

Python versions 3.3 through 3.5 suffer from a vulnerability caused by the behavior of the product_setstate() function. When called, the function loops over the state tuple provided and clamps each given index to a value within a range from 0 up to the max number of pools. Then, it loops over the pools and gets an item from the pool using the previously clamped index value. However, for the upper bound, the clamping logic is using the number of pools and not the size of the individual pool, which can result in a call to PyTuple_GET_ITEM that uses an index outside of the bounds of the pool.

tags | exploit, python
MD5 | 538e43e5be1abaf0eff6c2f1f383ca6e
Sam Spade 1.14 Buffer Overflow
Posted Nov 1, 2015
Authored by Mandaw Coder

Sam Spade version 1.14 local buffer overflow exploit.

tags | exploit, overflow, local
MD5 | 9d4e8ddcfa570fa27896e9df4a608152
Python 3.5 deque.index() Uninitialized Variable
Posted Nov 1, 2015
Authored by John Leitch

Python version 3.5 suffers from a vulnerability caused by the behavior of the newblock() function used by the collections.deque module. When called, newblock() allocates memory using PyMem_Malloc() and does not initialize it.

tags | advisory, python
MD5 | 7c7ec888f9f01a38753e0a84d3605cd9
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