A vulnerability has been reported in Solaris, which can be exploited by malicious people to cause a DoS (Denial of Service).
The vulnerability is caused due to unspecified errors in the handling of memory buffers containing Secure Socket Layer (SSL) records and can be exploited to cause a system panic when a system is configured as an SSL proxy.
Note: This issue only affect systems configured with the KSSL proxy. In the default configuration, the service does not exist and is not running.
The vulnerability affects Solaris 10 with patch 121474-01 or later on the SPARC platform and Solaris 10 with patch 121475-01 or later on the x86 platform.
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Subject: Sun Solaris KSSL Kernel Denial of Service Vulnerability
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