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Debian: 'slrn' buffer overflow  08 March 2001 
Posted by Team   
slrn might overflow a buffer which could result into executingarbitraty code encoded in the message.
Debian: UPDATE: 'proftpd' vulnerabilities  08 March 2001 
Posted by Team   
This is an update to the DSA-032-1 advisory. The powerpc packagethat was listed in that advisory was unfortunately compiled onthe wrong system which caused it to not work on a Debian GNU/Linux 2.2system.
Debian: 'glibc' vulnerabilities  08 March 2001 
Posted by Team   
The version of GNU libc that was distributed with Debian GNU/Linux 2.2 suffered from 2 security problems.
Debian: 'sgml-tools' insecure temp files  07 March 2001 
Posted by Team   
Former versions of sgml-tools created temporary files directly in /tmp in an insecure fashion.
Debian: 'nextaw', 'xaw3d', and 'xaw95' vulnerabilities  07 March 2001 
Posted by Team   
It has been reported that the AsciiSrc and MultiSrc widget in the Athena widget library handle temporary files insecurely.
Debian: 'mc' vulnerability  07 March 2001 
Posted by Team   
It has been reported that a local user could tweak Midnight Commander of another user into executing a random program under the user id of the person running Midnight Commander.
Debian: 'man2html' update  07 March 2001 
Posted by Team   
It has been reported that one can tweak man2html remotely into consuming all available memory. This has been fixed by Nicolás Lichtmaier with help of Stephan Kulow.
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