[ntp:security] [FICORA #829967] ntpd control message crash

Harlan Stenn stenn at nwtime.org
Mon Jun 29 22:15:57 UTC 2015



On 6/25/15 12:49 AM, NCSC-FI Vulnerability Co-ordination wrote:
> Hi,
> Sorry for the late reply, Tapio just left for holidays and I just
> returned..
> On 06/24/2015 05:50 PM, Harlan Stenn wrote:
>> - When we publish, what URL do we use for FICORA #829967 ?
> Our advisory will most likely appear at:
> https://www.viestintavirasto.fi/en/cybersecurity/vulnerabilities/2015/haavoittuvuus-2015-052.html
> Due to the peculiarities of our publishing system, the number 052
> might still change, I'll keep you updated if that happens.
>> - we're ready to send an announcement out to CERT-like folks about
>>  this fix, including access to the preliminary patch.  Is this
>> something FICORA can handle with us, or do we need to contact our
>> usual CERT channels?
> Normally we do not engage much of our contact network related to
> vulnerability pre-announcements, but we can certainly help you with
> this. We have good and trusted working relationships within the EGC
> (European Governmental Certs group), fellow vulnerability coordinators
> (CERT/CC, JPCERT/CC) and within the Trusted Introducer network as well
> as IWWN (International Watch and Warning Network). Outside of these
> groups, we have bilateral relationships with a number of CERT actors
> as well as vendors who use NTP within their products.
> What kind of distribution are you thinking about?
>> We're not seeing this issue as anything particularly dangerous, so
>> we're planning to go public with it in about 48 hours' time, when
>> we release ntp-4.2.8p3.
> Sounds good.
> -Jussi

Harlan Stenn <stenn at nwtime.org>
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