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Debian: 'mtr' Remote buffer overflow vulnerability  26 March 2002 
Posted by Team   
An attacker may gain access to a raw socket, which makes IP spoofingand other malicious network activity possible.
Debian: 'listar' Remote buffer overflow vulnerability  19 March 2002 
Posted by Team   
Janusz Niewiadomski and Wojciech Purczynski reported a buffer overflowin the address_match of listar (a listserv style mailing-list manager).
Debian: 'zlib' Data corruption vulnerability  11 March 2002 
Posted by Team   
The compression library zlib has a flaw in which it attempts to freememory more than once under certain conditions. This can possibly beexploited to run arbitrary code in a program that includes zlib.
Debian: 'xtell' Multiple vulnerabilities  11 March 2002 
Posted by Team   
Several security related problems have been found in the xtellpackage, a simple messaging client and server.
Debian: 'mod_ssl/apache-ssl' Remote buffer overflow vulnerability  10 March 2002 
Posted by Team   
With session caching enabled, mod_ssl will serialize SSL sessionvariables to store them for later use. These variables were stored ina buffer of a fixed size without proper boundary checks.
Debian: 'openssh' Unauthorized access vulnerability  08 March 2002 
Posted by Team   
Joost Pol reports that OpenSSH versions 2.0 through 3.0.2have an off-by-one bug in the channel allocation code. This vulnerabilitycan be exploited by authenticated users to gain root privilege or by amalicious server exploiting a client with this bug.
Debian: 'xsane' Insecure temporary file vulnerability  05 March 2002 
Posted by Team   
Tim Waugh found several insecure uses of temporary files in the xsaneprogram, which is used for scanning. This was fixed for Debian/stableby moving those files into a securely created directory within the/tmp directory.
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