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Debian: slocate Heap buffer overflow  20 January 2004 
Posted by Team   
This vulnerability could grant a local attacker "slocate" group privileges, which can access the list of all file pathnames on the system.
Debian: kernel MIPS version of mremap() fix  19 January 2004 
Posted by Team   
A flaw in bounds checking in mremap() in the Linux kernel may allow a local attacker to gain root privileges.
Debian: netpbm-free Insecure temporary files  19 January 2004 
Posted by Team   
Many of these programs were found to create temporary files in an insecure manner.
Debian: tcpdump Multiple vulnerabilities  16 January 2004 
Posted by Team   
A number of buffer overflows could be exploited to crash tcpdump, or execute arbitrary code with the privileges of tcpdump.
Debian: mc Improper execution vulnerability  16 January 2004 
Posted by Team   
A malicious archive (such as a .tar file) could cause arbitrary code to be executed if opened by Midnight Commander.
Debian: kernel-image-2.4.17-ia64 Many backported vuln fixes  15 January 2004 
Posted by Team   
The IA-64 maintainers fixed several security related bugs in the Linux kernel 2.4.17 used for the IA-64 architecture, mostly by backporting fixes from 2.4.18.
Debian: cvs Multiple vulnerabilities  15 January 2004 
Posted by Team   
Anyone who could modify the CVSROOT/passwd could gain access to all local users on the CVS server, including root.
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