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Debian: 'netkit-telnet' buffer overflow  10 August 2001 
Posted by Team   
The telnet daemon contained in the netkit-telnet_0.16-4potato1 package in the 'stable' (potato) distribution of Debian GNU/Linux is vulnerable to an exploitable overflow in its output handling.
Debian: 'xloadimage' buffer overflow  09 August 2001 
Posted by Team   
The version of xloadimage (a graphics files viewer for X) that was shipped in Debian GNU/Linux 2.2 has a buffer overflow in the code that handles FACES format images.
Debian: 'openldap' vulnerability  09 August 2001 
Posted by Team   
slapd does not handle packets with an invalid BER length of length fields and will crash if it received them.
Debian: 'apache/apache-ssl' input validation vulnerability  27 July 2001 
Posted by Team   
By placing a custom crafted request to the Apache server consisting of a long path name created artificially by using numerous slashes, this can cause these modules to misbehave, making it possible to escape the error page, and gain a listing of the directory contents.
Debian: 'cfingerd' multiple vulnerabilities  11 July 2001 
Posted by Team   
Buffer overflow and format string attack vulnerabilities exist in previous versions of cfingerd.
Debian: 'samba' remote file append/creation vulnerability  23 June 2001 
Posted by Team   
Samba can be tricked into appending any data he wants to all files on the filesystem which samba can write to under certain circumstances.
Debian: 'fetchmail' buffer overflow vulnerability  18 June 2001 
Posted by Team   
Wolfram Kleff found a problem in fetchmail: it would crash whenprocessing emails with extremely long headers. The problem wasa buffer overflow in the header parser which could be exploited.
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