FreeBSD 9.3-RELEASE Errata

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Last modified on 2014-11-06 by gjb.
Abstract

This document lists errata items for FreeBSD 9.3-RELEASE, containing significant information discovered after the release or too late in the release cycle to be otherwise included in the release documentation. This information includes security advisories, as well as news relating to the software or documentation that could affect its operation or usability. An up-to-date version of this document should always be consulted before installing this version of FreeBSD.

This errata document for FreeBSD 9.3-RELEASE will be maintained until the EoL of FreeBSD 9.3-STABLE.


Table of Contents
1. Introduction
2. Security Advisories
3. Late-Breaking News

1. Introduction

This errata document contains late-breaking news about FreeBSD 9.3-RELEASE Before installing this version, it is important to consult this document to learn about any post-release discoveries or problems that may already have been found and fixed.

Any version of this errata document actually distributed with the release (for example, on a CDROM distribution) will be out of date by definition, but other copies are kept updated on the Internet and should be consulted as the current errata for this release. These other copies of the errata are located at http://www.FreeBSD.org/releases/, plus any sites which keep up-to-date mirrors of this location.

Source and binary snapshots of FreeBSD 9.3-STABLE also contain up-to-date copies of this document (as of the time of the snapshot).

For a list of all FreeBSD CERT security advisories, see http://www.FreeBSD.org/security/ or ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.org/pub/FreeBSD/CERT/.

2. Security Advisories

Problems described in the following security advisories have been fixed in 9.3-RELEASE. For more information, consult the individual advisories available from http://security.FreeBSD.org/.

AdvisoryDateTopic
SA-14:18.openssl9 September 2014

Multiple vulnerabilities

SA-14:19.tcp16 September 2014

Denial of Service in TCP packet processing.

SA-14:20.rtsold21 October 2014

Remote buffer overflow vulnerability.

SA-14:21.routed21 October 2014

Remote denial of service vulnerability.

SA-14:22.namei21 October 2014

Memory leak in sandboxed namei lookup.

SA-14:23.openssl21 October 2014

Multiple vulerabilities.

SA-14:25.setlogin04 November 2014

Kernel stack disclosure.

SA-14:26.ftp04 November 2014

Remote code execution.

3. Late-Breaking News

No late-breaking news.

This file, and other release-related documents, can be downloaded from http://www.FreeBSD.org/releases/.

For questions about FreeBSD, read the documentation before contacting <questions@FreeBSD.org>.

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For questions about this documentation, e-mail <doc@FreeBSD.org>.