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Debian: 'node' buffer overflow, format string  29 August 2003 
Posted by Team   
Morgan alias SM6TKY discovered and fixed several security relatedproblems in LinuxNode, an Amateur Packet Radio Node program. Thebuffer overflow he discovered can be used to gain unauthorised rootaccess and can be remotely triggered.
Debian: libpam-smb buffer overflow vulnerability  26 August 2003 
Posted by Team   
If a long password is supplied, this cancause a buffer overflow which could be exploited to execute arbitrarycode with the privileges of the process which invokes PAM services.
Debian: unzip directory traversal vulnerability  26 August 2003 
Posted by Team   
A directory traversal vulnerability in UnZip 5.50 allows attackers tobypass a check for relative pathnames ("../") by placing certain invalidcharacters between the two "." characters.
Debian: man-db denial of service vulnerability  18 August 2003 
Posted by Team   
This update introduced an error in the routinethat resolves hardlinks: depending on the filenames of hardlinked manpages, that routine might itself overrun allocated memory, causing asegmentation fault.
Debian: netris Buffer overflow vulnerability  17 August 2003 
Posted by Team   
A netris client connectingto an untrusted netris server could be sent an unusually long datapacket, which would be copied into a fixed-length buffer withoutbounds checking.
Debian: autorespond Buffer overflow vulnerability  16 August 2003 
Posted by Team   
This vulnerability could potentiallybe exploited by a remote attacker to gain the privileges of a user whohas configured qmail to forward messages to autorespond.
Debian: kernel oops  14 August 2003 
Posted by Team   
This advisory provides a correction to the previous kernel updates,which contained an error introduced in kernel-source-2.4.18 version2.4.18-10.
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