Linux kernel 2.6.x, when using both NFS and EXT3, allows remote
attackers to cause a denial of service (file system panic) via a
crafted UDP packet with a V2 lookup procedure that specifies a bad
file handle (inode number), which triggers an error and causes an
exported directory to be remounted read-only.
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