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** DISPUTED ** The GNU Multiple Precision Arithmetic Library (GMP) interfaces for PHP through 7.1.4 allow attackers to cause a denial of service (memory consumption and application crash) via operations on long strings. NOTE: the vendor disputes this, stating "There is no security issue here, because GMP safely aborts in case of an OOM condition. The only attack vector here is denial of service. However, if you allow attacker-controlled, unbounded allocations you have a DoS vector regardless of GMP's OOM behavior."

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Affected package information



Release Package Reason
precise php5 ignored
precise/esm php5 ignored
trusty php5 ignored
vivid/stable-phone-overlay php5 DNE
vivid/ubuntu-core php5 DNE
xenial php5 DNE
yakkety php5 DNE
zesty php5 DNE
devel php5 DNE

Needs Triage

Release Package Reason
upstream php5 needs-triage