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Comment: All versions from 4.7 to 5.2 are affected (Score 2, Informative) 231

by keeegan (#28044111) Attached to: Flaw Made Public In OpenSSH Encryption
ftfa:
"The flaw, which lies in version 4.7 of OpenSSH on Debian/GNU Linux"
"Patterson said his group had worked with OpenSSH developers to mitigate the flaw, and that OpenSSH version 5.2 contained countermeasures."

They are unclear on whether or not it's only debian's repos that are affected, so I'd suggest upgrading to 5.2 or later.

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