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DETAILS: OpenSSH before 7.4 has the following security vulnerabilities: CVE-2016-10009: Untrusted search path vulnerability in ssh-agent.c in ssh-agent in OpenSSH before 7.4 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary local PKCS#11 modules by leveraging control over a forwarded agent-socket. CVE-2016-10010: sshd in OpenSSH before 7.4, when privilege separation is not used, creates forwarded Unix-domain sockets as root, which might allow local users to gain privileges via unspecified vectors, related to serverloop.c. (Not applicable on Riverbed appliances since privilege separation is used.) CVE-2016-10011: authfile.c in sshd in OpenSSH before 7.4 does not properly consider the effects of realloc on buffer contents, which might allow local users to obtain sensitive private-key information by leveraging access to a privilege-separated child process. CVE-2016-10012: The shared memory manager (associated with preauthentication compression) in sshd in OpenSSH before 7.4 does not ensure that a bounds check is enforced by all compilers, which might allow local users to gain privileges by leveraging access to a sandboxed privilege-separation process, related to the m_zback and m_zlib data structures. FIX: Upgraded OpenSSH to 7.4p1 to fix these vulnerabilities. RECOMMENDATION: Upgrade to a software release with this fix.