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Date: Wed Feb 14 2001 - 05:58:27 CST

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    Digest Name: daily security bulletins digest
        Created: Wed Feb 14 3:00:03 PST 2001

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    Document ID Title
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    HPSBUX0102-139 Sec. Vulnerability in iPlanet 4.X in VV4.0

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    Document ID: HPSBUX0102-139
    Date Loaded: 20010213
          Title: Sec. Vulnerability in iPlanet 4.X in VV4.0


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    ISSUE: Potential HTTPS instability with iPlanet 4.X in VirtualVault 4.0

    PLATFORM: HP9000 Series 7/800 running:
              HP-UX 11.04 (VVOS) with VirtualVault A.04.00

    DAMAGE: Potential denial of service

    SOLUTION: Apply patch PHSS_23215 for HPUX VVOS 11.04.

    AVAILABILITY: The patch is currently available.
      A. Background
         IPlanet Web Server(iWS), Enterprise Edition 4.x product has a
         potential stability problem when receiving secured web requests
         (Netscape Enterprise versions 3.X are not affected). IWS 4.X is
         embedded in the VirtualVault product.

      B. Fixing the problem
         The problem can be eliminated by installing the recommended patch.
         Hewlett-Packard recommends that the following patch be loaded
         as applicable:

         HP-UX 11.04 (VVOS) with VirtualVault A.04.00 (US/Canada):

         NOTE: A reboot is required plus there is an additional a dependency
               on PHSS_22918.

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