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Pardus: Kernel: Multiple Denial of Service  23 January 2009 
There are multiple Denial of Service and buffer overflow vulnerabilities in Linux kernel.
 
Pardus: Libmikmod: Denial of Service  23 January 2009 
Some vulnerabilities have been reported in libmikmod, which can be exploited by malicious people to cause a DoS (Denial of Service).
 
Pardus: DevIL: Multiple Buffer Overflows  23 January 2009 
The vulnerabilities are caused due to boundary errors within the "iGetHdrHeader()" function in src-IL/src/il_hdr.c. These can be exploited to cause a stack-based buffer overflow when processing specially crafted Radiance RGBE files.
 
Pardus: Libpng: Memory Overwrite  23 January 2009 
The png_check_keyword function in pngwutil.c in libpng before 1.0.42, and 1.2.x before 1.2.34, might allow context-dependent attackers to set the value of an arbitrary memory location to zero via vectors involving creation of crafted PNG files with keywords, related to an implicit cast of the '\0' character constant to a NULL pointer.
 
Pardus: Python: Multiple Integer Overflows  23 January 2009 
Multiple integer overflows in Python 2.2.3 through 2.5.1, and 2.6, allow context-dependent attackers to have an unknown impact via a large integer value in the tabsize argument to the expandtabs method, as implemented by (1) the string_expandtabs function in Objects/stringobject.c and (2) the unicode_expandtabs function in Objects/unicodeobject.c.
 
Pardus: Dbus: Security Bypass  23 January 2009 
The default configuration of system.conf in D-Bus (aka DBus) before 1.2.6 omits the send_type attribute in certain rules.
 
Pardus: Bind: Spoofing  14 January 2009 
A vulnerability has been reported in ISC BIND, which potentially can be exploited by malicious people to conduct spoofing attacks.
 
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