Buffer overflow in htdigest in Apache 2.0.52 may allow attackers to
execute arbitrary code via a long realm argument. NOTE: since
htdigest is normally only locally accessible and not setuid or setgid,
there are few attack vectors which would lead to an escalation of
privileges, unless htdigest is executed from a CGI program. Therefore
this may not be a vulnerability.
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