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Debian: file Buffer overflow vulnerability  13 March 2003 
Posted by Team   
A buffer overflow vulnerability in the ELF formatparsing of the "file" command, one which can be used to executearbitrary code with the privileges of the user running the command has been fixed.
Debian: qpopper Privilege escalation  13 March 2003 
Posted by Team   
The sample exploit requires a valid user account and password, and overflows astring in the pop_msg() function to give the user "mail" group privileges and ashell on the system. Since the Qvsnprintf function is used elsewhere inqpopper, additional exploits may be possible.
Debian: sendmail-wide remote exploit  05 March 2003 
Posted by Team   
This advisory is an addendum to DSA-257-1; the sendmail problem discussed there also applies to the sendmail-wide packages.
Debian: sendmail remote exploit  04 March 2003 
Posted by Team   
A remote vulnerability exists that can result in commands can be executed with administrative privileges.
Debian: mhc insecure temporary file vulnerability  28 February 2003 
Posted by Team   
There is an insecure tmp file vulnerability in adb2mhc from the mhc-utils package.
Debian: tcpdump denial of service vulnerability  28 February 2003 
Posted by Team   
An attacker is able to send a specially crafted network packet which causes tcpdump to enter an infinite loop.
Debian: NANOG traceroute buffer overflow vulnerability  27 February 2003 
Posted by Team   
Due to insufficient bounds checking performed by the whois parser, it may be possible to corrupt memory on the system stack.
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