Sendmail and secure design

Tuesday, 2 May 2006, 2:21 AM EST

Recently, Mark Dowd of ISS discovered a signal handling vulnerability in Sendmail. We don't see major bugs in software that's as popular as Sendmail very often (at least, in the Unix world anyways), and that's probably a good thing. According to sendmail.com, Sendmail still handles about 70% of all e-mail on the Internet.

At SecurityFocus.

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