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Debian: nd Buffer overflow vulnerability  06 January 2004 
Posted by Team   
Multiple vulnerabilities were discovered in nd, a command-line WebDAVinterface, whereby long strings received from the remote server couldoverflow fixed-length buffers. This vulnerability could be exploitedby a remote attacker in control of a malicious WebDAV server toexecute arbitrary code if the server was accessed by a vulnerableversion of nd.
Debian: mpg321 Malformed format string vulnerability  06 January 2004 
Posted by Team   
A vulnerability was discovered in mpg321, a command-line mp3 player,whereby user-supplied strings were passed to printf(3) unsafely. Thisvulnerability could be exploited by a remote attacker to overwritememory, and possibly execute arbitrary code.
Debian: libnids Buffer overflow vulnerability  06 January 2004 
Posted by Team   
A vulnerability was discovered in libnids, a library used to analyzeIP network traffic, whereby a carefully crafted TCP datagram couldcause memory corruption and potentially execute arbitrary code withthe privileges of the user executing a program which uses libnids(such as dsniff).
Debian: BIND Cache poisoning vulnerability  06 January 2004 
Posted by Team   
A vulnerability was discovered in BIND, a domain name server, wherebya malicious name server could return authoritative negative responseswith a large TTL (time-to-live) value, thereby rendering a domain nameunreachable. A successful attack would require that a vulnerable BINDinstance submit a query to a malicious nameserver.
Debian: screen Privilege leak vulnerability  05 January 2004 
Posted by Team   
Timo Sirainen reported a vulnerability in screen, a terminal multiplexor with VT100/ANSI terminal emulation, that can lead an attacker to gain group utmp privledges.
Debian: lftp Buffer overflow vulnerability  05 January 2004 
Posted by Team   
An attacker could create a carefully crafted directory on a website so that theexecution of an 'ls' or 'rels' command would lead to the execution of arbitrary code on the client machine.
Debian: ethereal Denial of service attack  05 January 2004 
Posted by Team   
A heap-based buffer overflow allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) and possibly execute arbitrary code via the SOCKS dissector.
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