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Debian: 'heartbeat' Buffer overflow vulnerability  14 October 2002 
Posted by Team   
A remote attacker could send a speciallycrafted TCP packet that overflows a buffer, leaving heartbeat toexecute arbitrary code as root.
Debian: bugzilla privilege escalation  09 October 2002 
Posted by Team   
When a new product is added to an installation og Buzilla with 47 groups or more and "usebuggroups" is enabled, the new group will be assigned a groupset bit using Perl math that is not exact beyond 2^48.
Debian: fetchmail, fetchmail-ssl buffer overflows  08 October 2002 
Posted by Team   
There are several buffer overflows and a broken boundary check within fetchmail. If fetchmail is running in multidrop mode these flaws can be used by remote attackers to crash it or to execute arbitrary code under the user id of the user running fetchmail. Depending on the configuration this even allows a remote rootcompromise.
Debian: ht://Check XSS vulnerability  08 October 2002 
Posted by Team   
The PHP interface displays information unchecked which was gathered from crawled external web servers. This could lead into a cross site scripting attack if somebody has control over the server responses of a remote web server which is crawled by ht://Check.
Debian: 'tkmail' Insecure temporary files  08 October 2002 
Posted by Team   
It has been discovered that tkmail creates temporary files insecurely.Exploiting this an attacker with local access can easily create andoverwrite files as another user.
Debian: tomcat source code disclosure vulnerability  04 October 2002 
Posted by Team   
A security vulnerability has been found in all Tomcat 4.x releases. This problem allows an attacker to use a specially crafted URL to return the unprocessed source code of a JSP page, or, under special circumstances, a static resource which would otherwise have been protected by security constraints, without the need for being properly authenticated.
Debian: 'glibc' Division by zero vulnerability  26 September 2002 
Posted by Team   
Wolfram Gloger discovered that the bugfix from DSA 149-1 unintentiallyreplaced potential integer overflows in connection with malloc() withmore likely divisions by zero.
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