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From: fw at (Florian Weimer)
Subject: SSH Exploit Request

Robert Davies wrote:

> A service is flawed in one way or another, patch it! If the vendor says the
> service is broke in some way, believe them, get off your lazy ass and get
> patching. If you are the admin, do your job and quit whining!

The OpenSSH maintainers lured Debian into distributing a vulnerable
OpenSSH version by issuing a security advisory (the version distributed
by Debian at that time was not vulnerable).

I'm sorry, things aren't always as easy as you assume.

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