Fedora 7 : cacti-0.8.7b-1.fc7 (2008-1737)
High Nessus Plugin ID 31107
SynopsisThe remote Fedora host is missing a security update.
Description- XSS vulnerabilities * Path disclosure vulnerabilities * SQL injection vulnerabilities * HTTP response splitting vulnerabilities bug#0000855: Unnecessary (and faulty) DEF generation for CF:AVERAGE bug#0001083: Small visual fix for Cacti in 'View Cacti Log File' bug#0001089:
Graph xport modification to increase default rows output bug#0001091: Poller incorrectly identifies unique hosts bug#0001093: CLI Scripts bring MySQL down on large installations bug#0001094: Filtering broken on Data Sources page bug#0001103: Fix looping poller recache events bug#0001107: ss_fping.php 100% 'Pkt Loss' does not work properly bug#0001114: Graphs with no template and/or no host cause filtering errors on Graph Management page bug#0001115: View Poller Cache does not show Data Sources that have no host bug#0001118: Graph Generation fails if e.g. ifDescr contains some blanks bug#0001132: TCP/UDP ping port ignored bug#0001133:
Downed Device Detection: None leads to database errors bug#0001134: update_host_status handles ping_availability incorrectly bug#0001143: 'U' not allowed as min/max RRD value bug#0001158: Deleted user causes error on user log viewer bug#0001161: Re-assign duplicate radio button IDs bug#0001164: Add HTML title attributes for certain pages bug#0001168:
ALL_DATA_SOURCES_NODUPS includes DUPs? SIMILAR_DATA_SOURCES_DUPS is available again bug: Cacti does not guarentee RRA consolidation functions exist in RRA's bug: Alert on changing logarithmic scaling removed bug: add_hosts.php did not accept privacy protocol security: Fix several security vulnerabilities feature:
show basic RRDtool graph options on Graph Template edit feature: Add additional logging to Graph Xport feature:
Add rows dropdown to devices, graphs and data sources feature: Add device_id and event count to devices feature: Add ids to devices, graphs and data sources pages feature: Add database repair utility
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SolutionUpdate the affected cacti package.