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The original version of this bulletin was released on 05 September 2002. The vulnerability identified in the original version of the bulletin could enable an attacker who had a valid end-entity certificate to issue a...
This patch eliminates a security vulnerability associated with the validation of digital certificate chains. Before installing it, customers should review the Caveats section of this bulletin, which discusses a known side effect of installing the...