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CVE-2009-0033

Impact: Important
Public: 2009-06-03
Bugzilla: 493381: CVE-2009-0033 tomcat6 Denial-Of-Service with AJP connection

Details

The MITRE CVE dictionary describes this issue as:

Apache Tomcat 4.1.0 through 4.1.39, 5.5.0 through 5.5.27, and 6.0.0 through 6.0.18, when the Java AJP connector and mod_jk load balancing are used, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (application outage) via a crafted request with invalid headers, related to temporary blocking of connectors that have encountered errors, as demonstrated by an error involving a malformed HTTP Host header.

Find out more about CVE-2009-0033 from the MITRE CVE dictionary and NIST NVD.

CVSS v2 metrics

Base Score: 5
Base Metrics: AV:N/AC:L/Au:N/C:N/I:N/A:P
Access Vector: Network
Access Complexity: Low
Authentication: None
Confidentiality Impact: None
Integrity Impact: None
Availability Impact: Partial

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Red Hat security errata

Platform Errata Release Date
Red Hat Application Server v2 4AS (tomcat5) RHSA-2009:1562 November 09, 2009
Red Hat Certificate System 7.3 for 4AS RHSA-2010:0602 August 04, 2010
Red Hat Developer Suite v.3 (AS v.4) (tomcat5) RHSA-2009:1563 November 09, 2009
Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 5 (tomcat5) RHSA-2009:1164 July 21, 2009
Red Hat JBoss Web Server 1.0 for RHEL 4 AS (tomcat5) RHSA-2009:1454 September 21, 2009
Red Hat JBoss Web Server 1.0 for RHEL 4 AS (tomcat6) RHSA-2009:1506 October 14, 2009
Red Hat JBoss Web Server 1.0 for RHEL 5 Server (tomcat5) RHSA-2009:1454 September 21, 2009
Red Hat JBoss Web Server 1.0 for RHEL 5 Server (tomcat6) RHSA-2009:1506 October 14, 2009
Red Hat Satellite 5.1 (RHEL v.4 AS) (tomcat5) RHSA-2009:1617 November 30, 2009
Red Hat Satellite 5.2 (RHEL v.4 AS) (tomcat5) RHSA-2009:1616 November 30, 2009
Red Hat Satellite 5.3 (RHEL v.4) (tomcat5) RHSA-2009:1616 November 30, 2009

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