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Debian: 'nis' Remote information leak  21 October 2002 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
A memory leak in allversions of ypserv prior to 2.5 is remotely exploitable. When amalicious user could request a non-existing map the server will leakparts of an old domainname and mapname.
 
Debian: ggv buffer overflow  18 October 2002 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
There is a buffer overflow in gv, a PostScript and PDF viewer for X11. The same code is present in gnome-gv.
 
Debian: Heimdal multiple vulnerabilities  17 October 2002 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
The Heimdal package has several potential buffer overflows and other bugs. Remote attackers can probably gain remote root access on systems without fixes.
 
Debian: 'gv' Buffer overflow vulnerability  16 October 2002 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
This problem is triggered by scanning the PostScriptfile and can be exploited by an attacker sending a malformedPostScript or PDF file. The attacker is able to cause arbitrary codeto be run with the privileges of the victim.
 
Debian: 'syslog-ng' Buffer overflow vulnerability  15 October 2002 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
An attacker may be able to use specially craftedlog messages inserted via UDP which overflows the buffer.
 
Debian: 'heartbeat' Buffer overflow vulnerability  14 October 2002 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
A remote attacker could send a speciallycrafted TCP packet that overflows a buffer, leaving heartbeat toexecute arbitrary code as root.
 
Debian: bugzilla privilege escalation  09 October 2002 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
When a new product is added to an installation og Buzilla with 47 groups or more and "usebuggroups" is enabled, the new group will be assigned a groupset bit using Perl math that is not exact beyond 2^48.
 
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