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From "Hollstein, Mathias" <>
Subject Re: Apche 2.4 docs /wr to CVE-2014-0098 log_cookie directive
Date Mon, 24 Mar 2014 11:34:45 GMT
Hello Eric,

so I can safely assume that when using "%{VARNAME}C" for .e.g. like
(below) it does the trick/causes serious pain to me?

# CustomLog with format nickname
LogFormat "%h %l %u %t \"%r\" %>s %b \"%{mycookie-name}i\"" common
CustomLog logs/access_log common

Can I also assume the documents (current) are perfectly fine since
"CookieLog Directive" does not have to be specified anymore like
"CookieLog 'filename'", but the imply is active "automagically" and can
be used like described above?

So this essentially mean I have to go through the configs and look for
such \"%{mycookie-name}i\" statements, right?

A "yes, yes, yes" to all questions would cause me relief. Thanks in
advance! :D

Best regards

Mathias Hollstein
Mathias Hollstein

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On 24.03.2014 12:14, Eric Covener wrote:
> The vulnerability is not related to the archaic CookieLog directive.
> It's in the impl of logformat %{cookie-name}C.
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