Does Ubuntu 2008 has IPNet stack in any of it’s implementations?
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On Fri, Sep 06, 2019 at 10:41:04PM +0000, Sagar Wani wrote:
> Today it was disclosed that URGENT11 set of vulnerabilities are not
> restricted to VxWorks but affect other platforms too that are using
> IPnet TCP/IP stack.
> 1. Does Ubuntu use IPNet stack in any of it's implementations?
> 2. Are you aware if Ubuntu is affected by URGENT11?
"IPNet" is quite generic, so it's difficult to be confident, but I skimmed
the list of filenames in all our currently available packages that match
'ipnet' in their name, and only one looks vaguely like it could be a
user-space implementation of TCP/IP: