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
FreeBSD-SA-14:18.openssl9 September 2014

Multiple vulnerabilities

FreeBSD-SA-14:19.tcp16 September 2014

Denial of Service in TCP packet processing.

FreeBSD-SA-14:20.rtsold21 October 2014

Remote buffer overflow vulnerability.

FreeBSD-SA-14:21.routed21 October 2014

Remote denial of service vulnerability.

FreeBSD-SA-14:22.namei21 October 2014

Memory leak in sandboxed namei lookup.

FreeBSD-SA-14:23.openssl21 October 2014

Multiple vulerabilities.

FreeBSD-SA-14:25.setlogin04 November 2014

Kernel stack disclosure.

FreeBSD-SA-14:26.ftp04 November 2014

Remote code execution.

FreeBSD-SA-14:28.file10 December 2014

Multiple vulnerabilities in file(1) and libmagic(3)

FreeBSD-SA-14:29.bind10 December 2014

Remote denial of service vulnerability

FreeBSD-SA-14:31.ntp23 December 2014

Multiple vulnerabilities

FreeBSD-SA-15:01.openssl14 January 2015

Multiple vulnerabilities

FreeBSD-SA-15:02.kmem27 January 2015

SCTP kernel memory corruption and disclosure vulnerability

FreeBSD-SA-15:03.sctp27 January 2015

SCTP stream reset vulnerability

FreeBSD-SA-15:04.igmp25 February 2015

Integer overflow in IGMP protocol

FreeBSD-SA-15:05.igmp25 February 2015

Remote denial of service vulnerability

FreeBSD-SA-15:06.openssl19 March 2015

Multiple vulnerabilities

FreeBSD-SA-15:07.ntp7 April 2015

Multiple vulnerabilities

FreeBSD-SA-15:09.ipv67 April 2015

Router advertisement Denial of Service

FreeBSD-SA-15:10.openssl16 June 2015

Multiple vulnerabilities

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