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ARCHIVE: Core 'Security Digest' - Archives (1990 - 1991)
DOCUMENT: Core 'Security Digest' V1 #3 1990-07-02 (1 file, 1003 bytes)
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Date: Mon Jul 2 13:25:09 PDT 1990
Subject: Core Security Digest V1 #3

Core Security Digest Volume 1 Issue 3

subject(s):

            selection-svc patch available

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Date: Mon, 2 Jul 90 13:07:09 PDT
From: neil (Neil Gorsuch)
Subject: selection-svc patch available

[ I received this from a sun security mailing list. - neil ]

On Jun 29,  1:41pm,  Sun Security Mailbox wrote:
} The selection_svc bug that has appeared on the network recently has
} been fixed.  For more details, see the posting below.
}
} To obtain the patch, please call your local Sun Answer Center
} (in the USA, it's 1-800-USA-4SUN), and ask for patch number: 100085-01.
} You can also reference Sun Bug ID: 1039576.
}
} The patch is available for SunOS 4.0.3 and SunOS 4.1, on Sun3 and Sun4
} architectures.
}
} All questions can be sent to security@ubu2.sun.com.
}
} -Beverly Ulbrich
} Product Manager, Sun Software Security

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