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Debian: lesstif several vulnerabilities fix  07 October 2004 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Chris Evans discovered several stack and integer overflows in the libXpm library which is included in LessTif.
 
Debian: samba arbitrary file access fix  07 October 2004 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
A vulnerability has been discovered in samba, a commonly used LanManager-like file and printer server for Unix. A remote attacker may be able to gain access to files which exist outside of the share's defined path.
 
Debian: net-acct insecure temporary file creation  06 October 2004 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Stefan Nordhausen has identified a local security hole in net-acct, a user-mode IP accounting daemon. Old and redundant code from some time way back in the past created a temporary file in an insecure fashion.
 
Debian: libapache-mod-dav potential denial of service  06 October 2004 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Julian Reschke reported a problem in mod_dav of Apache 2 in connection with a NULL pointer dereference. When running in a threaded model, especially with Apache 2, a segmentation fault can take out a whole process and hence create a denial of service for the whole server.
 
Debian: rp-pppoe, pppoe missing privilegue dropping  04 October 2004 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Max Vozeler discovered a vulnerability in pppoe, the PPP over Ethernet driver from Roaring Penguin. When the program is running setuid root (which is not the case in a default Debian installation), an attacker could overwrite any file on the file system.
 
Debian: netkit-telnet invalid free(3)  02 October 2004 
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Michal Zalewski discovered a bug in the netkit-telnet server (telnetd) whereby a remote attacker could cause the telnetd process to free an invalid pointer.
 
Debian: getmail symlink vulnerability  27 September 2004 
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A security problem has been discovered in getmail, a POP3 and APOP mail gatherer and forwarder. An attacker with a shell account on the victims host could utilise getmail to overwrite arbitrary files when it is running as root.
 
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