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VPR Score: 6.7
SynopsisThe remote Amazon Linux AMI host is missing a security update.
DescriptionA vulnerability was found in Apache httpd, in mod_http2. Under certain circumstances, HTTP/2 early pushes could lead to memory corruption, causing a server to crash.(CVE-2019-10081)
A read-after-free vulnerability was discovered in Apache httpd, in mod_http2. A specially crafted http/2 client session could cause the server to read memory that was previously freed during connection shutdown, potentially leading to a crash.(CVE-2019-10082)
A cross-site scripting vulnerability was found in Apache httpd, affecting the mod_proxy error page. Under certain circumstances, a crafted link could inject content into the HTML displayed in the error page, potentially leading to client-side exploitation.(CVE-2019-10092)
A vulnerability was discovered in Apache httpd, in mod_remoteip. A trusted proxy using the 'PROXY' protocol could send specially crafted headers that can cause httpd to experience a stack buffer overflow or NULL pointer dereference, leading to a crash or other potential consequences.\n\nThis issue could only be exploited by configured trusted intermediate proxy servers. HTTP clients such as browsers could not exploit the vulnerability.(CVE-2019-10097)
A vulnerability was discovered in Apache httpd, in mod_rewrite.
Certain self-referential mod_rewrite rules could be fooled by encoded newlines, causing them to redirect to an unexpected location. An attacker could abuse this flaw in a phishing attack or as part of a client-side attack on browsers.(CVE-2019-10098)
Some HTTP/2 implementations are vulnerable to unconstrained interal data buffering, potentially leading to a denial of service. The attacker opens the HTTP/2 window so the peer can send without constraint; however, they leave the TCP window closed so the peer cannot actually write (many of) the bytes on the wire. The attacker then sends a stream of requests for a large response object. Depending on how the servers queue the responses, this can consume excess memory, CPU, or both.(CVE-2019-9517)
SolutionRun 'yum update httpd24' to update your system.