It is not related the specified hotfix. I'm getting details now, but this is
how it seems:
1. this is from the Foundstone product, not a public advisory. The Foundstone
product is a vulnerability scanner, and it seems that it feels that the
original poster's site is vulnerable to the stated issue.
2. The vulnerability check was written and published in 2002.
3. I am looking into details regarding both what the details of this issue
originally were, and what we look for to trigger it's existence.
This leads to a couple observations.
1. This is likely a false positive, unless the original poster was running
ridiculously old software.
2. We will fix the check logic or remove the check entirely. Checks this old
rarely add much value to the product
3. In any case, if the check stays, we will update the text. I'm not sure who
wrote the original text in 2002, but it obviously doesn't apply now.
From: Andreas Jung [mailto:li...@zopyx.com]
Sent: Friday, July 24, 2009 9:43 AM
To: Permeh, Ryan
Subject: Re: [Zope] HTTP Request Denial of Service Vulnerability
On 24.07.09 18:24, ryan_per...@mcafee.com wrote:
> I manage product security at McAfee, of which Foundstone is a part. I am not
> aware of releasing such an advisory, and am looking into this. Could we get
> details regarding where this was found? Was this posted to a web site? A
> security mailing list? And when was it posted? This may have a very
> different meaning if it was published in 2001 or something like that.
> Alternately, Foundstone produces a vulnerability management software, was
> this in a report generated by that product?
I have no idea what you are talking about.
We had this strange mail thread this week:
related to this hotfix
Now how is this related to " HTTP Request Denial of Service Vulnerability" ???
I can not find anything related to the subject within the list of our hotfixes
(which is pretty small since 2000):
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