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Debian: sup insecure tmp file vulnerability  29 July 2003 
Posted by Team   
sup fails to take appropriate securityprecautions when creating temporary files.
Debian: fdclone insecure tmp file vulnerability  24 July 2003 
Posted by Team   
fdclone creates a temporary directory in /tmp as a workspace.However, if this directory already exists, the existing directory isused instead, regardless of its ownership or permissions.
Debian: php4 XSS vulnerability  17 July 2003 
Posted by Team   
The transparent session ID feature in the php4 package does notproperly escape user-supplied input before inserting it into thegenerated HTML page.
Debian: falconseye buffer overflow vulnerability  15 July 2003 
Posted by Team   
The falconseye package is vulnerable to a buffer overflow exploited via a long '-s' command line option.
Debian: traceroute-nanog buffer overflow vulnerability  14 July 2003 
Posted by Team   
traceroute-nanog, contains an integer overflow bug which could be exploited toexecute arbitrary code.
Debian: nfs-utils buffer overflow vulnerability  14 July 2003 
Posted by Team   
The logging code in nfs-utils contains an off-by-one buffer overrunwhen adding a newline to the string being logged.
Debian: teapop SQL injection vulnerability  10 July 2003 
Posted by Team   
The SQL modules do not properlyescape user-supplied strings before using them in SQL queries.
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