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Debian: 'proftpd' vulnerabilities  05 March 2001 
Posted by Team   
In Debian Security Advisory DSA 029-1 we have reported several vulnerabilities in proftpd that have been fixed. For details please read the main advisory.
Debian: 'sudo' buffer overflow  28 February 2001 
Posted by Team   
Todd Miller announced a new version of sudo which corrects a buffer overflow that could potentially be used to gain root privilages on the local system.
Debian: m68k 'xfree86-1' vulnerabilities  14 February 2001 
Posted by Team   
Several people have noted a number of problems in several components of the X Window System sample implementation.
Debian: 'xfree86-1' vulnerabilities  14 February 2001 
Posted by Team   
Chris Evans, Joseph S. Myers, Michal Zalewski, Alan Cox, and others have noted a number of problems in several components of the X Window System sample implementation.
Debian: 'proftpd' vulnerabilities  11 February 2001 
Posted by Team   
Remote DOS & potential buffer overflow exist with previous versions of proftpd
Debian: 'man-db' format string vulnerability  08 February 2001 
Posted by Team   
Styx has reported that the program `man' mistakenly passes maliciousstrings through routines that were not meant to use them as format strings.
Debian: 'OpenSSH' vulnerabilities  08 February 2001 
Posted by Team   
This package fixes two security problems with OpenSSH.
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