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Old 12th April 2013
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Default Hole in Apache/NGINX mod_security firewall

From http://h-online.com/-1840500

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The current version, 2.7.3, of the Apache/NGINX security module
mod_security fixes a security problem in the XML parser of its predecessor versions. Timur Yunusov and Alexey Osipov from Positive Technologies discovered that processing a specially prepared XML document could give access to local files or consume excessive amounts of CPU or memory, crippling the server. The flaw has been given the identifier CVE-2013-1915.

The mod_security module is used as a web application firewall which allows requests to the web server to be filtered according to various criteria.
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