SAMBA+ 4.12.7, 4.11.13 and 4.10.18 packages have just been released by SerNet. These are important security releases addressing "ZeroLogon". Please update affected systems as soon as possible. The packages are available for various SUSE and Red Hat platforms as well as for Debian GNU/Linux, Ubuntu and AIX.
The packages address the following issue:
- CVE-2020-1472 Unauthenticated domain takeover via netlogon ("ZeroLogon")
An unauthenticated attacker on the network can gain administrator access by exploiting a netlogon protocol flaw.
The new SAMBA+ 4.12.7 packages do also address the following issue:
- Bug 14399 Server RAM filling up when writing to share from macOS
The sernet-samba rpm packages are signed with SerNet's gpg build key to guarantee authenticity. If you have installed the sernet-build-key-1.4-8 key package, the verification might fail due to an rpm issue. After installing the new version sernet-build-key-1.4-9, the issue needs to be fixed manually.
If you are affected, please first remove the SerNet Samba keys from the rpm keyring with the following command:
# rpm --allmatches -e gpg-pubkey-f4428b1a
# rpm --allmatches -e gpg-pubkey-1b6d0337
Afterwards use the following command to import the key into the rpm keyring:
# rpm --import /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-SerNet-Samba-Team-F4428B1A \
SAMBA+ packages are available as software subscription. They can be purchased at the SAMBA+ shop, detailed information and prices are listed at https://shop.samba.plus. The subscriptions are managed at our platform OPOSSO (https://oposso.samba.plus). Users can activate their subscriptions here and manage access credentials. The new SAMBA+ packages are included in existing subscriptions.