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Debian: python2.2 Buffer overflow vulnerability  10 March 2004 
Posted by Team   
A crafted IPv6 address can overwrite memory in the stack.
Debian: wu-ftpd Multiple vulnerabilities  09 March 2004 
Posted by Team   
These vulnerabilities allow a malicious user to bypass directory access restrictions and execute arbitrary code.
Debian: kernel 2.2.19 Privilege escalation vulnerability  08 March 2004 
Posted by Team   
This is the Kernel 2.2.19 backported version of the mremap fix that prevents a local root exploit.
Debian: libxml/libxml2 Buffer overflow vulnerability  04 March 2004 
Posted by Team   
When fetching a remote resource via FTP or HTTP, the library uses special parsing routines which can overflow a buffer if passed a very long URL.
Debian: kernel 2.2.x (alpha) Privilege escalation vulnerability  03 March 2004 
Posted by Team   
This is the alpha-chip version of the kernel 2.2.x patch Debian released yesterday.
Debian: kernel 2.2.x Privilege escalation vulnerability  02 March 2004 
Posted by Team   
It turned out that a second (sort of) vulnerability is indeed exploitable in 2.2.x, but not in 2.4.x, with a different exploit.
Debian: libapache-mod-python Denial of service vulnerability  01 March 2004 
Posted by Team   
Fixes a bug which allows a malformed query string to crash the corresponding Apache child process.
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