see bug #102324
Now see bug #102576 instead.
Nothing from upstream yet. Patch may need to be adapted.
phpgroupware uses PHP's built-in XMLRPC support. It doesn't appear to be
vulnerable to the exploit - unless you have more information?
No we don't. Bug was opened because it was vulnerable to the previous XML-RPC
thing. Closing, reopen if you think it is indeed affected.
phpGroupWare 0.9.16.007 Security Fix Release
This new release fixes several security issues within phpGroupWare. The
* Global anti-XSS changes, related to savannah bug #13863
* FUDForum Information Disclosure - CAN-2005-2600
* Disabled XMLRPC until more resources are available -
Disabling of XMLRPC is regrettable but unavoidable. phpGroupWare's
XMLRPC code is a bastardized version of phpxmlrpc. Our XMLRPC code is
currently unmaintained and we did not have the resources available to
merge and test the changes require. Instead of delaying the release any
more we chose to disable functionality. If you wish to contribute to
fixing our XMLRPC support please contact me directly.
As always grab it from our download section -
web-apps: please bump
Stuart please confirm that our phpgroupware does not use the bundled
phpxml-rpc script so we do not include the information in a GLSA.
From upstream maintainer:
There is a problem with the anti XSS code in 007. This has now been
fixed in CVS. I will be preparing a new release in the next 24hours.
Back to upstream status.
phpGW 0.9.16.008 is out, it fixes a problem with array handling in the anti XSS
code added in 0.9.16.007.
Please grab an update from CVS or http://download.phpgroupware.org/now
ppc, amd64: please test 008 and mark stable
Marked Stable on AMD64.
Stable on ppc.
stable, ready for glsa
I was wrong in my initial assessment. The phpgwapi component uses the
vulnerable XML-RPC library.
Maybe I'm missing something here but, why we haven't included the rest of arches
to mark the ebuild stable?
Actually, ppc and amd64 are in stable and alpha, hppa, sparc and x86 in testing.
Holidays have kicked my head in a very bad way.
Rest of arches are free since they don't have an stable version.
Sorry about the noise.