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CVE-2010-3492

Published: 19 October 2010

The asyncore module in Python before 3.2 does not properly handle unsuccessful calls to the accept function, and does not have accompanying documentation describing how daemon applications should handle unsuccessful calls to the accept function, which makes it easier for remote attackers to conduct denial of service attacks that terminate these applications via network connections.

Priority

Negligible

Status

Package Release Status
python2.6
Launchpad, Ubuntu, Debian
dapper Does not exist

hardy Does not exist

jaunty Does not exist

karmic Does not exist

lucid Ignored

maverick Ignored

natty Ignored

oneiric Ignored

precise Ignored

upstream Needed

python2.7
Launchpad, Ubuntu, Debian
dapper Does not exist

hardy Does not exist

jaunty Does not exist

karmic Does not exist

lucid Does not exist

maverick Ignored

natty Not vulnerable
(2.7.1-5ubuntu2)
oneiric Not vulnerable
(2.7.2-1)
precise Not vulnerable
(2.7.2-1)
upstream
Released (2.7.1 rc1)
python3.1
Launchpad, Ubuntu, Debian
dapper Does not exist

hardy Does not exist

jaunty Does not exist

karmic Ignored
(reached end-of-life)
lucid Ignored

maverick Ignored

natty Not vulnerable
(3.1.3-1ubuntu1)
oneiric Does not exist

precise Does not exist

upstream
Released (3.1.3 rc1)
python3.2
Launchpad, Ubuntu, Debian
dapper Does not exist

hardy Does not exist

jaunty Does not exist

karmic Does not exist

lucid Does not exist

maverick Does not exist

natty Not vulnerable
(3.2-1ubuntu1)
oneiric Not vulnerable
(3.2.1~rc1-1)
precise Not vulnerable
(3.2.1~rc1-1)
upstream
Released (3.2)