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Debian: xfree86 Multiple vulnerabilities  12 September 2003 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Four vulnerabilities have been identified and fixed in XFree86 including potential denial of service vulnerability.
 
Debian: sane-backends multiple vulnerabilities  11 September 2003 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Thes problems allowa remote attacker to cause a segfault fault and/or consume arbitraryamounts of memory.
 
Debian: mah-jong multiple vulnerabilities  08 September 2003 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Nicolas Boullis discovered two vulnerabilities in mah-jong.
 
Debian: exim buffer overflow vulnerability  08 September 2003 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
A buffer overflow exists in exim.
 
Debian: 'wu-ftpd' insecure program execution  05 September 2003 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
wu-ftpd, an FTP server, implements a feature whereby multiple filescan be fetched in the form of a dynamically constructed archive file,such as a tar archive. This feature may be abused to execute arbitrary programs with the privileges of the wu-ftpd process.
 
Debian: 'exim' buffer overflow  05 September 2003 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
A buffer overflow exists in exim, which is the standard mail transportagent in Debian. By supplying a specially crafted HELO or EHLOcommand, an attacker could cause a constant string to be written pastthe end of a buffer allocated on the heap. This vulnerability is notbelieved at this time to be exploitable to execute arbitrary code.
 
Debian: 'node' buffer overflow, format string  29 August 2003 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Morgan alias SM6TKY discovered and fixed several security relatedproblems in LinuxNode, an Amateur Packet Radio Node program. Thebuffer overflow he discovered can be used to gain unauthorised rootaccess and can be remotely triggered.
 
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