An update that solves one vulnerability and has 13 fixes is now available. It includes one version update.
This Samba file server update fixes various security issues:
* CVE-2012-0870: A heap-based buffer overflow that could be exploited by remote, unauthenticated attackers to crash the smbd daemon or potentially execute arbitrary code via specially crafted SMB AndX request packets. * CVE-2011-2694: A cross site scripting problem in SWAT was fixed. * CVE-2011-0719: Fixed a possible denial of service caused by memory corruption. * CVE-2010-3069: Fix buffer overflow in sid_parse() to correctly check the input lengths when reading a binary representation of a Windows Security ID (SID). * CVE-2010-2063: Addressed possible buffer overrun in chain_reply code of pre-3.4 versions. * CVE-2010-1642: An uninitialized variable read could have caused an smbd crash. * CVE-2010-0787: Take extra care that a mount point of mount.cifs isn't changed during mount;
Also the following bugs have been fixed:
* Add Provides samba-client-gplv2 and samba-doc-gplv2 to pre-3.2 versions; (bnc#652620). * Initialize workgroup of nmblookup as empty string. * Fix trusts with Windows 2008R2 DCs; (bnc#613459); (bnc#599873); (bnc#592198); (bso#6697). * Document "wide links" defaults to "no" in the smb.conf man page for versions pre-3.4.6; (bnc#577868). * Allow forced pw change even with min pw age; (bnc#561894).