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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.
Debian: xsok Missing privilege release  30 December 2003 
Posted by Team   
Steve Kemp discovered a problem in xsok, a single player strategy gamefor X11, related to the Sokoban game, which leads a user to executearbitrary commands under the GID of games.
Debian: Rsync heap overflow vulnerability  04 December 2003 
Posted by Team   
While this heap overflow vulnerability could not be used by itself toobtain root access on an rsync server, it could be used in combinationwith the recently announced do_brk() vulnerability in the Linux kernelto produce a full remote compromise.
Debian: Kernel vulnerability in brk()  01 December 2003 
Posted by Team   
Recently multiple servers of the Debian project were compromised using aDebian developers account and an unknown root exploit. Forensicsrevealed a burneye encrypted exploit. Robert van der Meulen managed todecrypt the binary which revealed a kernel exploit. Usingthis bug it is possible for a userland program to trick the kernel intogiving access to the full kernel address space.
Debian: minimalist Unsanitized input vulnerability  17 November 2003 
Posted by Team   
A security-related problem has been discovered in minimalist, amailing list manager, which allows a remote attacker to executearbitrary commands.
Debian: hylafax Multiple format string vulnerabilities  17 November 2003 
Posted by Team   
The SuSE Security Team discovered several exploitable formats stringvulnerabilities in hylafax, a flexible client/server fax system, whichcould lead to executing arbitrary code as root on the fax server.
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