|Created:||October 2, 2009||Updated:||October 7, 2009|
|Description:||From the SUSE advisory:
Outpost24 AB researchers Robert E. Lee and Jack C. Louis have found
TCP/IP denial of service vulnerabilities which allow remote attackers
to allocate resources (memory and socket slots) on a targeted system
indefinitely and so may cause a denial of the services on the
The attack requires the attacker to be able to establish TCP/IP connections on the machine. If all incoming connections are blocked, the system is not affected.
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