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Debian: 'enscript' Temporary file handling vulnerability  20 January 2002 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
The version of enscript (a tool to convert ASCII text to differentformats) has been found to create temporary files insecurely.
 
Debian: UPDATE: 'at' Heap corruption vulnerability  18 January 2002 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Basically, this is the same Security Advisory as DSA 102-1, exceptthat the uploaded binary packages really fix the problem this time.
 
Debian: 'at' Local privilege escalation  16 January 2002 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
zen-parse found a bug in the current implementation of at which leadsinto a heap corruption vulnerability which in turn could potentiallylead into an exploit of the daemon user.
 
Debian: 'sudo' Local privilege escalation  14 January 2002 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Attackers may trick "sudo" to log failed sudo invocations executing the sendmail program with root-privileges and not completely cleaned environment.
 
Debian: 'cipe' DoS attack vulnerability  14 January 2002 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Larry McVoy found a bug in the packet handling code for the CIPEVPN package: it did not check if a received packet was too shortand could crash.
 
Debian: 'glibc' Buffer overflow vulnerability  13 January 2002 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
A buffer overflow has been found in the globbing code for glibc.This code which is used to glob patterns for filenames and iscommonly used in applications like shells and FTP servers.
 
Debian: 'gzip' Potential buffer overflow  13 January 2002 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
GOBBLES found a buffer overflow in gzip that occurs when compressingfiles with really long filenames. Even though GOBBLES claims to havedeveloped an exploit to take advantage of this bug, it has been saidby others that this problem is not likely to be exploitable as othersecurity incidents.
 
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