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Vulnerability Assessment Details
openssh information leakage
Detailed Explanation for this Vulnerability Assessment
These remote packages are missing security patches :
@Mediaservice.net discovered two information leaks in the OpenSSH
server. When using password authentication, a possible hacker could
test whether a login name exists by measuring the time between
failed login attempts, i. e. the time after which the "password:"
prompt appears again.
A similar issue affects systems which do not permit root logins over
ssh ("PermitRootLogin no"). By measuring the time between login
attempts a possible hacker could check whether a given root password is
correct. This permited determining weak root passwords using a brute
Upgrade to :
- openssh-client-3.8.1p1-11ubuntu3.1 (Ubuntu 4.10)
- openssh-server-3.8.1p1-11ubuntu3.1 (Ubuntu 4.10)
- ssh-3.8.1p1-11ubuntu3.1 (Ubuntu 4.10)
- ssh-askpass-gnome-3.8.1p1-11ubuntu3.1 (Ubuntu 4.10)
Network Security Threat Level: High
Networks Security ID:
Vulnerability Assessment Copyright: Ubuntu Security Notice (C) 2005 Canonical, Inc. / NASL script (C) 2005 Michel Arboi
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