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Debian: squirrelmail XSS vulnerability  02 January 2003 
Posted by Team   
A cross site scripting vulnerability has been discovered in squirrelmail
Debian: dhcpcd remote command execution vulnerability  31 December 2002 
Posted by Team   
A malicious administrator of the regular or an untrusted DHCP server may execute any command with root privileges on the DHCP client machine by sending the command enclosed in shell metacharacters in one of the options provided by the DHCP server.
Debian: bugzilla cross site scripting vulnerability  30 December 2002 
Posted by Team   
A cross site scripting vulnerability has been reported for Bugzilla. Bugzilla does not properly sanitize any input submitted by users.
Debian: typespeed buffer overflow vulnerability  27 December 2002 
Posted by Team   
By overflowing a buffer a local attacker could execute arbitrary commands under the group id games.
Debian: fetchmail buffer overflow  24 December 2002 
Posted by Team   
There is a buffer overflow in fetchmail, an SSL enabled POP3, APOP and IMAP mail gatherer/forwarder.
Debian: cyrus-imapd buffer overflow vulnerability  23 December 2002 
Posted by Team   
There is a buffer overflow in the Cyrus IMAP server, which could be exploited by a remote attacker prior to logging in.
Debian: klisa buffer overflow vulnerability  20 December 2002 
Posted by Team   
The lisa daemon contains a buffer overflow vulnerability which potentially enables any local user, as well any any remote attacker on the LAN who is able to gain control of the LISa port (7741 by default), to obtain root privileges.
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