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Debian: jnethack Multiple vulnerabilities  18 June 2003 
Posted by Team   
Multiple vulnerabilities including a buffer overflow and potential malicious code execution vulnerabilities have been fixed.
Debian: noweb insecure tmp file vulnerability  17 June 2003 
Posted by Team   
Jakob Lell discovered a bug in the 'noroff' script included in noweb whereby a temporary file was created insecurely.
Debian: typespeed buffer overflow vulnerability  17 June 2003 
Posted by Team   
The network code contains a buffer overflow which could allow a remote attacker toexecute arbitrary code under the privileges of the user invoking typespeed, in addition to gid games.
Debian: radiusd-cistron buffer overflow vulnerability  16 June 2003 
Posted by Team   
radiusd-cistron contains a bug allowing a buffer overflow when a long NAS-Port attribute is received.
Debian: mikmod buffer overflow vulnerability  16 June 2003 
Posted by Team   
Ingo Saitz discovered a bug in mikmod whereby a long filename inside an archive file can overflow a buffer when the archive is being read by mikmod.
Debian: webmin session ID spoofing vulnerability  16 June 2003 
Posted by Team in the webmin package does not properly handle metacharacters, such as line feeds and carriage returns, in Base64-encoded strings used in Basic authentication.
Debian: lyskom-server denial of service vulnerability  16 June 2003 
Posted by Team   
Calle Dybedahl discovered a bug in lyskom-server which could result in a denial of service where an unauthenticated user could cause the server to become unresponsive as it processes a large query.
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