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From: Boren, Rich (SSRT) (Rich.Boren_at_hp.com)
Date: Fri Aug 30 2002 - 13:02:02 CDT
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SSRT2310a - HP Tru64 UNIX & HP OpenVMS Potential
========== OpenSSL Security Vulnerability
The HP Security Bulletin has been posted to the support
Use the SEARCH IN feature box, enter SSRT2310* in the
NOTICE: There are no restrictions for distribution
======= of this Bulletin provided that it remains complete
RELEASE DATE: 29 August, 2002
SOURCE: Compaq Computer Corporation, a wholly-owned
======= subsidiary of Hewlett-Packard Company and
Hewlett-Packard Company HP Services
Software Security Response Team
REFERENCE: CERT CA-2002-23, CAN-2002-0655, CAN-2002-0656,
========== CAN-2002-0657, CAN-2002-0659
SSRT2310a OpenSSL Potential Vulnerabilities
Broad-based remote vulnerabilities have been recently
discovered with OpenSSL by many security research
groups and reported in an advisory by CERT/CC
This bulletin is in follow-up to the previous announcements
that describe this potential threat that impact HP Tru64 UNIX
and HP OpenVMS.
OpenSSL for HP OpenVMS Alpha V1.0
HP V5.3 TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS
HP OpenVMS Secure Web Server 1.1-1
HP OpenVMS Secure Web Server V1.2
HP Tru64 UNIX
Internet Express V5.9 for Tru64 UNIX Secure Web Server
Internet Express EAK V2.0
HP Tru64 UNIX Secure Web Server V5.8.1 and earlier
NOTE: This reported potential vulnerability
does not have an impact to the base operating system
in the form of elevated permissions or privileges.
At the time of writing this document, HP-UX is currently
investigating these potential vulnerabilities as case id SSRT2310.
As further information becomes available HP will provide notice
of the availability of any necessary solutions through standard
security bulletin announcements and be available from your normal
HP Services support channel and available on http://itrc.hp.com
in the Support Digests, under Archives.
HP OpenVMS Alpha
OpenSSL for OpenVMS Alpha V1.0
OpenVMS engineering has released a new version of
Compaq SSL for OpenVMS Alpha, Version 1.0-A that
corrects the security vulnerabilities highlighted
in CERT advisory CA-2002-23 for all ports of OpenSSL.
To download OpenSSL for OpenVMS Alpha V1.0-A go to the
NOTE: Customers who have already installed OpenSSL
for OpenVMS Alpha V1.0 should remove it with the
following command: $ PRODUCT REMOVE SSL and install V1.0-a
V5.3 TCP/IP services for OpenVMS V5.3
TCP/IP services for OpenVMS is susceptible to the Buffer
overflow conditions in the BIND 9 Server & utilities on
Alpha only. Customers are asked not to use any keying
mechanisms (including tsig and dnssec) which is done by
editing the BIND configuration file TCPIP$BIND.CONF,
until a patch is provided.
Secure Web Server V1.1-1
Secure Web Server is only vulnerable to the SSLv2
buffer-overflow vulnerability VU#102795. HP has released
security update kits for SWS 1.1-1 and SWS 1.2. These kits
are cumulative and supersede all previous update kits.
Please review the readme files prior to updating SWS.
Install SWS12_UPDATE V4.0
Install SWS111_UPDATE V3.0
HP Tru64 UNIX
Internet Express Secure Web Server V5.8.1
Update to Secure Web Server 5.9.2 (Apache)
Note: The kit requires HP Tru64 UNIX V5.0A or later.
If SSL has been enabled for anything from the
Internet Express distribution other than Secure Web Server,
please contact your normal HP Services Support channel.
Before installing the software, review the Secure Web
Server RELEASE NOTES for important information about
Internet Express EAK V2.0
Update to Apache 2.0 Early Adopters Kit (2.0.39)
Note: The kit requires HP Tru64 UNIX V5.1 or later.
Before installing the software, review the Secure Web Server
RELEASE NOTES for important information about this release.
SUPPORT: For further information, contact HP Services.
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HP and Compaq appreciate your cooperation and patience.
As always, HP and Compaq urge you to periodically review
your system management and security procedures. HP
and Compaq will continue to review and enhance the security
features of its products and work with our customers to
maintain and improve the security and integrity of their
"HP and Compaq are broadly distributing this Security
Bulletin in order to bring to the attention of users of the
affected Compaq products the important security information
contained in this Bulletin. HP and Compaq recommend that
all users determine the applicability of this information
to their individual situations and take appropriate action.
Neither HP nor Compaq warrant that this information is
necessarily accurate or complete for all user situations
and, consequently, neither HP nor Compaq will be responsible
for any damages resulting from user's use or disregard of
the information provided in this Bulletin."
Copyright 2002 Compaq Information Technologies Group, L.P.
Compaq shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors
or omissions contained herein. The information in this
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the names of Compaq products referenced herein are
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