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Debian: gtksee buffer overflow vulnerability  01 July 2003 
Posted by Team   
Viliam Holub discovered a bug in gtksee whereby, when loading PNG images of certain color depths, gtksee would overflow a heap-allocated buffer.
Debian: proftpd SQL injection vulnerability  01 July 2003 
Posted by Team   
ProFTPD's PostgreSQL authentication module is vulnerable to a SQL injection attack.
Debian: kernel 2.2 multiple vulnerabilities  01 July 2003 
Posted by Team   
A number of vulnerabilities have been discovered in the Linux kernel.
Debian: mantis Incorrect permissions vulnerability  28 June 2003 
Posted by Team   
mantis, a PHP/MySQL web based bug tracking system, stores the passwordused to access its database in a configuration file which isworld-readable.
Debian: imagemagick: Insecure temporary file  28 June 2003 
Posted by Team   
Thisvulnerability could be exploited by a local user to create oroverwrite files with the privileges of another user who is invoking aprogram using this library.
Debian: kernel-2.4.17 Multiple vulnerabilities  28 June 2003 
Posted by Team   
This advisory provides corrected source code for Linux 2.4.17, andcorrected binary kernel images for the mips and mipsel architectures.Other versions and architectures will be covered by separateadvisories.
Debian: acm Integer overflow  28 June 2003 
Posted by Team   
acm, a multi-player aerial combat simulation, uses a network protocolbased on the same RPC implementation used in many C libraries. Thisimplementation was found to contain an integer overflow vulnerabilitywhich could be exploited to execute arbitrary code.
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