Advisory Published

DSA-5555: DSA-5555-1 openvpn -- security update

First published: Wed Nov 15 2023(Updated: )

Two vulnerabilities were discovered in openvpn, a virtual private network application which could result in memory disclosure or denial of service.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is DSA-5555-1 openvpn?

    DSA-5555-1 openvpn is a security update for the openvpn virtual private network application.

  • What are the vulnerabilities addressed by DSA-5555-1 openvpn?

    DSA-5555-1 openvpn addresses two vulnerabilities that could result in memory disclosure or denial of service.

  • How can these vulnerabilities affect my system?

    These vulnerabilities in openvpn could result in memory disclosure or denial of service, which can be exploited by attackers to access sensitive information or disrupt network communication.

  • How do I fix DSA-5555-1 openvpn?

    To fix DSA-5555-1 openvpn, you should update the openvpn package to the latest version provided by Debian.

  • Where can I find more information about DSA-5555-1 openvpn?

    You can find more information about DSA-5555-1 openvpn, including the detailed vulnerabilities, in the Debian Security Advisory DSA-5555-1.


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