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Debian: kernel-2.4.17 Multiple vulnerabilities  28 June 2003 
Posted by Team   
This advisory provides corrected source code for Linux 2.4.17, andcorrected binary kernel images for the mips and mipsel architectures.Other versions and architectures will be covered by separateadvisories.
Debian: acm Integer overflow  28 June 2003 
Posted by Team   
acm, a multi-player aerial combat simulation, uses a network protocolbased on the same RPC implementation used in many C libraries. Thisimplementation was found to contain an integer overflow vulnerabilitywhich could be exploited to execute arbitrary code.
Debian: xgalaga Buffer overflow vulnerability  28 June 2003 
Posted by Team   
Steve Kemp discovered several buffer overflows in xgalaga, a game,which can be triggered by a long HOME environment variable. Thisvulnerability could be exploited by a local attacker to gain gid'games'.
Debian: tcptraceroute root privilege vulnerability  23 June 2003 
Posted by Team   
tcptraceroute is a setuid-root program which drops root privileges after obtaining a file descriptor used for raw packet capture. However, it did not fully relinquish all privileges, and in the event of an exploitable vulnerability, root privileges could be regained.
Debian: 'osh' buffer overflows  20 June 2003 
Posted by Team   
Steve Kemp discovered that osh, a shell intended to restrict the actions of the user, contains two buffer overflows, in processing environment variables and file redirections. These vulnerabilities could be used to execute arbitrary code, overriding any restrictions placed on the shell.
Debian: 'webfs' buffer overflow  20 June 2003 
Posted by Team   
webfs, a lightweight HTTP server for static content, contains a buffer overflow whereby a long Request-URI in an HTTP request could cause arbitrary code to be executed.
Debian: 'xbl' buffer overflow  20 June 2003 
Posted by Team   
Steve Kemp discovered several buffer overflows in xbl, a game, which can be triggered by long command line arguments. This vulnerability could be exploited by a local attacker to gain gid 'games'.
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