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Vulnerability Assessment Details
Detailed Explanation for this Vulnerability Assessment
These remote packages are missing security patches :
David Watson discovered that "umount -r" removed some restrictive
mount options like the "nosuid" flag. If /etc/fstab contains
user-mountable removable devices which specify the "nosuid" flag
(which is common practice for such devices), a local attacker could
exploit this to execute arbitrary programs with root rights by
calling "umount -r" on a removable device.
This does not affect the default Ubuntu configuration. Since Ubuntu
mounts removable devices automatically, there is normally no need to
configure them manually in /etc/fstab.
Upgrade to :
- bsdutils-2.12p-2ubuntu2.2 (Ubuntu 5.04)
- mount-2.12p-2ubuntu2.2 (Ubuntu 5.04)
- util-linux-2.12p-2ubuntu2.2 (Ubuntu 5.04)
- util-linux-locales-2.12p-2ubuntu2.2 (Ubuntu 5.04)
Network Security Threat Level: High
Networks Security ID:
Vulnerability Assessment Copyright: Ubuntu Security Notice (C) 2005 Canonical, Inc. / NASL script (C) 2005 Michel Arboi
|Intel Core i5-4570 SR14E 3.20ghz Quad Core Processor
|Asus Chromebook 15.6" Full HD Touchscreen 1080p, Intel N4200 Quad-Core Processor
|Intel Core I5-4430 SR14G Socket LGA1150 Quad-Core CPU Processor 3.0GHz *Tested*
|Intel Core i7-870 2.93GHz SLBJG CPU Processor TESTED.
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