OpenBSD Journal

[Patch 015] isakmpd

Contributed by jose on from the memory-corruption dept.

Several bugs have been found in the ISAKMP daemon which can lead to memory leaks and a remote denial of service condition. An attacker can craft malformed payloads that can cause the isakmpd(8) process to stop processing requests. This is being released as a reliability fix.

The problem is fixed in -current, 3.4-stable and 3.3-stable.

Patches are available at:

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  1. By Chad Loder () on

    That CVE number is for the recent OpenSSL issues. It has nothing to do with isakmpd.



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