From Andrew Tridgell:
Samba is an open source software suite that provides seamless file and print services to SMB/CIFS clients.
What's new in this version: o Fix smbd segfaults in _netr_SamLogon for clients sending null domain (bug #7237).
o Fix smbd segfaults in "waiting for connections" message (bug #7251).
o Fix an uninitialized variable read in smbd (bug #7254).
o Fix a memleak in Winbind (bug #7278).
o Fix Winbind reconnection to it's own domain (bug #7295).
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