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OpenVPN versions released since 2005 affected by critical flaw

2014/12/02

Securityweek - (International) The developers of the open-source virtual private network software OpenVPN released a new version of the software to address a critical denial of service (DoS) vulnerability which could allow authenticated attackers to cause servers to crash. The vulnerability affects all OpenVPN 2.x versions released since 2005 as well as OpenVPN Access Server versions prior to version 2.0.11.

Source: http://www.securityweek.com/openvpn-versions-released-2005-affected-critical-flaw

Note: This news synopsis is taken from the DHS Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report, a daily [Monday through Friday, except US Federal holidays] summary of open-source published information concerning significant critical infrastructure issues; a 10-day archive of the DOSIR can be found at: http://www.dhs.gov/dhs-daily-open-source-infrastructure-report.


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