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Debian: 'w3m' buffer overflow  18 October 2001 
Posted by Team   
In SNS Advisory No. 32 a buffer overflow vulnerability has been reported in the routine which parses MIME headers that are returned from web servers. A malicious web server administrator could exploit this and let the client web browser execute arbitrary code.
Debian: 'htdig' unauthorized gathering of data  17 October 2001 
Posted by Team   
Using former versions of ht://Dig it was able to pass the parameter `-c' to the cgi program in order to use a different configuration file.
Debian: 'uucp' vulnerability  24 September 2001 
Posted by Team   
zen-parse has found a problem with Taylor UUCP as distributed with many GNU/Linux distributions.
Debian: 'slrn' vulnerability  24 September 2001 
Posted by Team   
Byrial Jensen found a nasty problem in slrn (a threaded news reader).
Debian: 'squid' remote DoS  24 September 2001 
Posted by Team   
Vladimir Ivaschenko found a problem in squid (a popular proxy cache).
Debian: 'most' buffer overflow  18 September 2001 
Posted by Team   
Pavel Machek has found a buffer overflow in the `most' pager program.
Debian: 'netkit-telnet-ssl' buffer overflow  14 August 2001 
Posted by Team   
The telnet daemon contained in the netkit-telnet-ssl_0.16.3-1 package in the 'stable' (potato) distribution of Debian GNU/Linux is vulnerable to an exploitable overflow in its output handling.
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