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Debian: openssl Information leak  24 February 2003 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
OpenSSL has been found to vulnerable to a timing-based attack on CBC ciphersuites used in SSL and TLS.
 
Debian: slocate arbitrary code execution vulnerability  21 February 2003 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
A buffer overflow in the setuid program slocate can be used to execute arbitrary code as superuser.
 
Debian: CUPS multiple vulnerabilities  18 February 2003 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Multiple vulnerabilities were discovered in the Common Unix Printing System (CUPS).
 
Debian: w3m mutliple vulnerabilities  14 February 2003 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
There are two security vulnerabilities in w3m and associated programs.
 
Debian: w3mmee-ssl HTML quoting vulnerability  13 February 2003 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
There are two security vulnerabilities in w3m and associated programs.
 
Debian: w3mmee improper HTML escape  11 February 2003 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
The w3m browser does not properly escape HTML tags in frame contents and img altattributes.
 
Debian: hypermail buffer overflow vulnerability  11 February 2003 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
An attacker could craft a long filename for an attachment that would overflow two buffers when a certain option for interactive use was given, opening the possibility to inject arbitrary code.
 
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