SP patch coming next week

Fuchs, Michael michael.fuchs at hm.edu
Thu Jun 8 12:48:05 UTC 2023

Thanks for the tip! 

I understand the security concerns about your DoS attack. Nevertheless, I think a note in the documentation would be useful. Otherwise, configuring OIDC and accessing the OIDC configuration could be more difficult than the rest of the documentation.

Many greetings,

Michael Fuchs - Central IT
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> On 7. Jun 2023, at 16:07, Cantor, Scott via users <users at shibboleth.net> wrote:
> This is just a courtesy heads up, there will be an library patch released next week, and an SP on Windows update to distribute it.
> The security issue is, with some level of uncertainty, low to moderate, I think. It's not good by any means but so far the main attack I've thought up with it is denial of service, the lamest of security issues.
> Barring unforeseen, I hope to get it out Monday.
> -- Scott
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