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Date: Thu, 5 Oct 2023 18:02:43 +0200
From: Solar Designer <>
Subject: Re: Exim4 MTA CVEs assigned from ZDI

On Thu, Oct 05, 2023 at 10:17:41AM +0200, Heiko Schlittermann wrote:
> Hi ZDI,

If we want to talk to ZDI, we need to CC them explicitly - added.

ZDI - please let us all know if you have any comments on the below.

Also to ZDI, I think at this point it'd work best if you make all of
the available detail on these bugs public.  Will you, please?  The
advisories you published so far are non-specific to the point of being
almost useless beyond an initial heads-up.  Sorry for being so direct.

> <> (Mi 04 Okt 2023 23:01:37 CEST):
> > We have received a notification from the developers that these issues have been patched. We will be happy to update our advisories once they do so.
> As publicly advertised, we patched only *a subset* of the issues.  And
> those patches are available to the public.  Unfortunately there is no
> confirmation from your side, whether those fixes really fix the issues.
> One of the open issues is related to libspf2, which is Exim a user of,
> but not responsible for.
>  ZDI-23-1472 | ZDI-CAN-17578 | CVE-2023-42118 | Exim Bug 3032
> And about exactly *this libspf2* issue Salvatore asked you for information.
> (As I did on Oct 1st already, along with the request for additional information on one of
> the other unfixed issues (DNSDB)). I didn't receive any response yet.
>     Best regards from Dresden/Germany
>     Viele Gr????e aus Dresden
>     Heiko Schlittermann
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