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15 Apr 2024

Perl 5.38.2.2 Release


11 Apr 2024

MariaDB 04.11.2024 Bundle Release

This is the bundled release for MariaDB. Plenty of releases to unpack (no pun intended).

10.4.33 | 10.5.24 | 10.6.17 | 10.11.7 | 11.0.5 | 11.1.4 | 11.2.3 | 11.3.2
07 Apr 2024

Apache 2.4.59 Security Release

Security release!

moderate: Apache HTTP Server: HTTP response splitting ( CVE-2023-38709)

Faulty input validation in the core of Apache allows malicious or exploitable backend/content generators to split HTTP responses.

This issue affects Apache HTTP Server: through 2.4.58.

Acknowledgements: finder: Orange Tsai (@orange_8361) from DEVCORE

Reported to security team 2023-06-26
Update 2.4.59 released 2024-04-04
Affects <=2.4.58

low: Apache HTTP Server: HTTP Response Splitting in multiple modules ( CVE-2024-24795)

HTTP Response splitting in multiple modules in Apache HTTP Server allows an attacker that can inject malicious response headers into backend applications to cause an HTTP desynchronization attack.

Users are recommended to upgrade to version 2.4.59, which fixes this issue.

Acknowledgements:

  • finder: Keran Mu, Tsinghua University and Zhongguancun Laboratory.
  • finder: Jianjun Chen, Tsinghua University and Zhongguancun Laboratory.
Reported to security team 2023-09-06
Update 2.4.59 released 2024-04-04
Affects <=2.4.58

moderate: Apache HTTP Server: HTTP/2 DoS by memory exhaustion on endless continuation frames ( CVE-2024-27316)

HTTP/2 incoming headers exceeding the limit are temporarily buffered in nghttp2 in order to generate an informative HTTP 413 response. If a client does not stop sending headers, this leads to memory exhaustion.

Acknowledgements: finder: Bartek Nowotarski (https://nowotarski.info/)

Reported to security team 2024-02-22
Update 2.4.59 released 2024-04-04
Affects <=2.4.58

Posted: Thu 04 Apr '24 17:05
Post subject: Apache httpd 2.4.59 GA Available

Apache httpd 2.4.59 is released as GA.

ASF and Apachelounge changes : https://www.apachelounge.com/Changelog-2.4.html

Important security vulnerabilities are fixed in 2.4.59, see https://httpd.apache.org/security/vulnerabilities_24.html .

VS17 Win32
The Win32 version is available again, see also discussion https://www.apachelounge.com/viewtopic.php?p=42099
Only build the with the standard Apache modules.
For non-standard modules (like mod_fcgid) use the VS16 Win32 ones at https://www.apachelounge.com/download/VS16/

Documentation: http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/

Build with dependencies:

- openssl 3.1.5
- nghttp2 1.61.0
- jansson 2.14
- curl 8.7.1
- apr 1.7.3
- apr-util 1.6.3
- apr-iconv 1.2.2
- zlib 1.3.1
- brotli 1.1.0
- pcre2 10.43
- libxml2 2.12.6
- lua 5.4.6
- expat 2.5.0

Notes VS17 OpenSSL 3.x.x:

- Only PHP 8.2 and 8.1 (build with 3.x.x) is running as module.
Running with mod_fcgid no issues seen.

For running as module, See also the post from user Otomatic and notes at https://www.apachelounge.com/viewtopic.php?t=8969
and https://www.apachelounge.com/viewtopic.php?t=8938

- With too weak certificates/ciphers Apache does not start, see https://www.apachelounge.com/viewtopic.php?t=8819


Enjoy,

Steffen
07 Apr 2024

Apache 2.4.58 Security Release

Security release!

Fixed in Apache HTTP Server 2.4.58

low: mod_macro buffer over-read ( CVE-2023-31122)

Out-of-bounds Read vulnerability in mod_macro of Apache HTTP Server.This issue affects Apache HTTP Server: through 2.4.57.

Acknowledgements: finder: David Shoon (github/davidshoon)

Update 2.4.58 released 2023-10-19
Affects <=2.4.57

low: Apache HTTP Server: DoS in HTTP/2 with initial windows size 0 ( CVE-2023-43622)

An attacker, opening a HTTP/2 connection with an initial window size of 0, was able to block handling of that connection indefinitely in Apache HTTP Server. This could be used to exhaust worker resources in the server, similar to the well known "slow loris" attack pattern.

This has been fixed in version 2.4.58, so that such connection are terminated properly after the configured connection timeout.

This issue affects Apache HTTP Server: from 2.4.55 through 2.4.57.

Users are recommended to upgrade to version 2.4.58, which fixes the issue.

Acknowledgements:

  • finder: Prof. Sven Dietrich (City University of New York)
  • finder: Isa Jafarov (City University of New York)
  • finder: Prof. Heejo Lee (Korea University)
  • finder: Choongin Lee (Korea University)
Reported to security team 2023-09-15
Update 2.4.58 released 2023-10-19
Affects <=2.4.57

moderate: Apache HTTP Server: HTTP/2 stream memory not reclaimed right away on RST ( CVE-2023-45802)

When a HTTP/2 stream was reset (RST frame) by a client, there was a time window were the request's memory resources were not reclaimed immediately. Instead, de-allocation was deferred to connection close. A client could send new requests and resets, keeping the connection busy and open and causing the memory footprint to keep on growing. On connection close, all resources were reclaimed, but the process might run out of memory before that.

This was found by the reporter during testing of CVE-2023-44487 (HTTP/2 Rapid Reset Exploit) with their own test client. During "normal" HTTP/2 use, the probability to hit this bug is very low. The kept memory would not become noticeable before the connection closes or times out.

Users are recommended to upgrade to version 2.4.58, which fixes the issue.

Acknowledgements:

  • finder: Will Dormann of Vul Labs
  • finder: David Warren of Vul Labs
Reported to security team 2023-10-12
Update 2.4.58 released 2023-10-19
Affects <=2.4.57

Posted: Thu 19 Oct '23 12:50
 Post subject: Apache httpd 2.4.58 GA Available :: updated

Apache httpd 2.4.58 is released as GA.

31 January 2024 Update, see below

ASF and Apachelounge changes : https://www.apachelounge.com/Changelog-2.4.html

Important security vulnerabilities are fixed in 2.4.58, see https://httpd.apache.org/security/vulnerabilities_24.html .

VS17 Win32
The Win32 version is available again, see also discussion https://www.apachelounge.com/viewtopic.php?p=42099
Only build the with the standard Apache modules.
For non-standard modules (like mod_fcgid) use the VS16 Win32 ones at https://www.apachelounge.com/download/VS16/

Documentation: http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/

Build with dependencies:

- openssl 3.1.5
- nghttp2 1.59.0
- jansson 2.14
- curl 8.5.0
- apr 1.7.3
- apr-util 1.6.3
- apr-iconv 1.2.2
- zlib 1.3.1
- brotli 1.1.0
- pcre2 10.42
- libxml2 2.12.4
- lua 5.4.6
- expat 2.5.0

Notes VS17 OpenSSL 3.x.x:

- Only PHP 8.2 and 8.1 (build with 3.x.x) is running as module.
Running with mod_fcgid no issues seen .

For running as module, See also the post from user Otomatic and notes at https://www.apachelounge.com/viewtopic.php?t=8969
and https://www.apachelounge.com/viewtopic.php?t=8938

- With too weak certificates/ciphers Apache does not start, see https://www.apachelounge.com/viewtopic.php?t=8819


Enjoy,

Steffen
30 Mar 2024

Memcached 1.6.24 Released

27 Mar 2024

Php 8.1.23 Imagick Hot fix

We discovered a bug with php 8.1.23 where imagick had the completely wrong build.
This is fixed with this release.
17 Dec 2023

PostgreSQL 11.12, 12.16, 13.12, 14.9, 15.4 & 16.0 Release

We have multiple releases for PostgreSQL. It is recommended to use the latest version.

Changelog: https://www.postgresql.org/docs/release/

Release: https://github.com/Bearsampp/module-postgresql/releases/tag/2023.10.9
10 Dec 2023

MariaDB 12.10.2023 Bundled Release

This release includes multiple versions of MariaDB that have been updated.

MariaDB Versions:

11.2.1-RC
11.1.2
10.11.5
10.10.6
10.9.8

Changelog: https://mariadb.com/kb/en/release-notes/

Release: https://github.com/Bearsampp/module-mariadb/releases/tag/2023.10.9
07 Oct 2023

PHP 8.2.x Imagick Fix

This is a fix for all 8.2.x versions of PHP so that this module functions properly. Please be sure to download the updated module for the respective versions of PHP you are using in 8.2.x to get this fix.

Release: https://github.com/Bearsampp/module-php/releases/tag/2023.10.11

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