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Debian: thttpd Multiple vulnerabilities  29 October 2003 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
An information leak and an arbitrary code execution vulnerability have been fixed.
 
Debian: tomcat4 denial of service vulnerability  15 October 2003 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Aldrin Martoq has discovered a denial of service (DoS) vulnerability inApache Tomcat 4.0.x.
 
Debian: openssl095 ASN.1 Remote vulnerability  13 October 2003 
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teve Henson of the OpenSSL core team identified and prepared fixesfor a number of vulnerabilities in the OpenSSL ASN1 code that werediscovered after running a test suite by British NationalInfrastructure Security Coordination Centre (NISCC).
 
Debian: openssl denial of service  01 October 2003 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
There are a number of errors in the ASN1 code.
 
Debian: webfs Multiple vulnerabilities  29 September 2003 
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Multiple vulnerabilities including unauthorized access and buffer overflow have been fixed.
 
Debian: freesweep Buffer overflow vulnerability  28 September 2003 
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Steve Kemp discovered a buffer overflow in freesweep, when processingseveral environment variables. This vulnerability could be exploitedby a local user to gain gid 'games'.
 
Debian: marbles Buffer overflow vulnerability  26 September 2003 
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Steve Kemp discovered a buffer overflow in marbles, when processingthe HOME environment variable. This vulnerability could be exploitedby a local user to gain gid 'games'.
 
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