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Pardus: Ntp: Security Bypass  14 January 2009 
NTP does not properly check the return value from the OpenSSL EVP_VerifyFinal function, which allows remote attackers to bypass validation of the certificate chain via a malformed SSL/TLS signature for DSA and ECDSA keys.
 
Pardus: audiofile: Heap Overflow  14 January 2009 
There is a bug in libaudiofile when attempting to decode the file, libaudiofile writes past the buffer in msadpcm.c.
 
Pardus: Openssl: Spoofing  14 January 2009 
A vulnerability has been reported in OpenSSL, which can be exploited by malicious people to conduct spoofing attacks.
 
Pardus: Valgrind: Untrusted Path  14 January 2009 
Untrusted search path vulnerability in valgrind allows local users to execute arbitrary programs via a Trojan horse
 
Pardus: Samba Security Bypass  08 January 2009 
A security issue has been reported in Samba, which can be exploited by malicious users to bypass certain security restrictions.
 
Pardus: Samba Denial of Service  29 December 2008 
smbd in Samba 3.0.29 through 3.2.4 might allow remote attackers to read arbitrary memory and cause a denial of service via crafted (1) trans, (2) trans2, and (3) nttrans requests, related to a "cut&paste error" that causes an improper bounds check to be performed.
 
Pardus: Qemu Denial of Service  29 December 2008 
The security issue is caused due to an infinite loop within the "protocol_client_msg()" function in vnc.c when processing certain "SetEncodings" messages. This can be exploited to cause a high CPU load by sending specially crafted messages to a vulnerable host.
 
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