- Advisory ID
- Betroffene Versionen
- 7.2 i586
Versions of Licq prior to 1.0.3 have a vulnerability involving the way Licq parses received URLs. The received URLs are passed to the web browser without any sanity checking by using the system() function. Because of the lack of checks on the URL, remote attackers can pipe other commands with the sent URLs causing the client to unwillingly execute arbitrary commands. The URL parsing code has been fixed in the most recent 1.0.3 version. Users of Linux-Mandrake 7.1 and Corporate Server 1.0.1 will have to manually remove the licq-data package by using "rpm -e licq-data" prior to upgrading. Update: The Licq update for Linux-Mandrake 7.2 was built against the qt2 libraries available in MandrakeFreq. As such, the previously released Licq packages will be made available in MandrakeFreq and users of Linux-Mandrake 7.2 without MandrakeFreq or the "unsupported" updates applied should use these new packages.
fe66ebd7210b2ee8a5474640e98caef7 7.2/RPMS/licq-1.0.3-2.3mdk.i586.rpm 34a0a105bbfea233f3af7ca041ac7344 7.2/RPMS/licq-autoreply-1.0.3-2.3mdk.i586.rpm 97b844e166830647df7263c904e3e22b 7.2/RPMS/licq-console-1.0.3-2.3mdk.i586.rpm 69599cbd57b69d962ea3d01d8f599796 7.2/RPMS/licq-devel-1.0.3-2.3mdk.i586.rpm 3593d53adb66ccdfe4deed0d78f5d465 7.2/RPMS/licq-forwarder-1.0.3-2.3mdk.i586.rpm 388637f969eefc830f5d294ebd853e46 7.2/RPMS/licq-rms-1.0.3-2.3mdk.i586.rpm 930744f996467b20e253ab33a401ac4b 7.2/RPMS/licq-update-hosts-1.0.3-2.3mdk.i586.rpm ae4fbacd9312202e451fd16d86f4cc22 7.2/SRPMS/licq-1.0.3-2.3mdk.src.rpm