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Debian: tcpdump incorrect bounds checking vulnerability  11 December 2002 
Posted by Team   
The BGP decoding routines for tcpdump used incorrect bounds checking when copying data. This could be abused by introducing malicious traffic on a sniffed network for a denial of service attack against tcpdump, or possibly even remote code execution.
Debian: gtetrinet multiple buffer overflows  11 December 2002 
Posted by Team   
There are several buffer overflows in the gtetrinet package as shipped in Debian GNU/Linux 3.0, which could be abused by a malicious server.
Debian: UPDATE: im tmp file vulnerability  06 December 2002 
Posted by Team   
Tatsuya Kinoshita discovered that IM, which contains interface commands and Perl libraries for E-mail and NetNews, creates temporary files insecurely.
Debian: UPDATE: html2ps arbitrary code execution  06 December 2002 
Posted by Team   
The security update from DSA 192-1 contained a syntax error which is now fixed.
Debian: kdelibs arbitrary program execution vulnerability  05 December 2002 
Posted by Team   
There is a vulnerability in the support for various network protocols via the KIO The implementation of the rlogin and protocol allows a carefully crafted URL in an HTML page, HTML email or other KIO-enabled application to execute arbitrary commands on the system using the victim's account on the vulnerable machine.
Debian: smb2www arbitrary command execution vulnerability  04 December 2002 
Posted by Team   
There is a security problem in smb2www. This could lead a remote attacker to execute arbitrary programs under the user id www-data on the host where smb2www is running.
Debian: 'im' Temp file vulnerability  03 December 2002 
Posted by Team   
Tatsuya Kinoshita discovered that IM, which contains interfacecommands and Perl libraries for E-mail and NetNews, creates temporaryfiles insecurely.
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