HP Patches Tru64 Unix VulnerabilityBy Mark Hachman | Posted 2004-01-16 Email Print
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Hewlett-Packard recently discovered and patched a potential hole in its Tru64 Unix OS that could have provided unauthorized access or a denial-of-service attack.Hewlett-Packard Co. recently discovered and patched a potential vulnerability in its Tru64 Unix operating system that could have resulted in unauthorized access or a denial-of-service attack.
The patch, released Jan. 7, surfaced in the following week though a security bulletin published by HP. The bulletin, referenced as "SSRT3629A/B," concerns HP Tru64 Unix Version 5.1B PK2 and PK3 when running IPsec software kits earlier than Version 2.1.1, as well as a Secure Shell software kit that's earlier than Version 3.2.2.
A copy of the advisory states was reproduced on the Tru64.org community site.