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Debian: 'XChat' Remote session hijacking vulnerability  13 January 2002 
Posted by Team   
It is possible to trick XChat IRC clients into sending arbitrarycommands to the IRC server they are on, potentially allowing socialengineering attacks, channel takeovers, and denial of service.
Debian: 'libgtop' Remote nobody exploit  08 January 2002 
Posted by Team   
libgtop_daemon runs as user nobody both bugs could be usedto gain access as the nobody user to a system running libgtop_daemon.
Debian: UPDATE: 'mutt' buffer overflow  04 January 2002 
Posted by Team   
The sparc binary for the mutt security fix described in DSA-096-1is now available.
Debian: 'exim' Uncontrolled program execution  04 January 2002 
Posted by Team   
The bug's effect is that, instead of obeying the correctpipe command, a broken Exim runs the command encoded in the local partof the address.
Debian: 'mutt' buffer overflow vulnerability  02 January 2002 
Posted by Team   
Joost Pol found a buffer overflow in the address handling code ofmutt (a popular mail user agent). Even though this is a one byteoverflow this is exploitable.
Debian: 'gpm' local root vulnerability  27 December 2001 
Posted by Team   
Among other problems, the gpm-root program contains a format stringvulnerability, which allows an attacker to gain root privileges.
Debian: 'mailman' cross-site scripting vulnerability  16 December 2001 
Posted by Team   
Barry A. Warsaw reported several cross-site scripting security holesin Mailman, due to non-existent escaping of CGI variables.
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