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Debian: 'tinyproxy' vulnerability  23 January 2001 
Posted by Team   
PkC have found a heap overflow in tinyproxy that could be remotelyexploited. An attacker could gain a shell (user nobody) remotely.
Debian: Updated 'wu-ftpd' ia32 packages  23 January 2001 
Posted by Team   
This additional advisory only announces a recompile of the package forthe Intel ia32 architecture.
Debian: 'jazip' vulnerability  23 January 2001 
Posted by Team   
With older versions of jazip a user could gain root access for membersof the floppy group to the local machine.
Debian: 'wu-ftpd' vulnerabilities  23 January 2001 
Posted by Team   
Security people at WireX have noticed a temp file creation bug and theWU-FTPD development team has found a possible format string bug inwu-ftpd.
Debian: 'mysql' remote buffer overflow  22 January 2001 
Posted by Team   
A buffer overflow in the mysql server that leads to a remote exploit exists in previous versions.
Debian: 'sash' incorrection permissions  22 January 2001 
Posted by Team   
Versions of sash prior to 3.4-4 did not clone /etc/shadow properlywhich lead into readable files for anybody.
Debian: 'micq' remote buffer overflow  22 January 2001 
Posted by Team   
A remote attacker may be able to sniff packets to the ICQ server to execute arbitrary code on the victim system.
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