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New version of nfs-server fixes remote exploit  13 December 1999 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
The version of nfs-server that was distributed in Debian GNU/Linux 2.1 had a buffer overflow in fh_buildpath(). It assumed that the total length of a path would never exceed (PATH_MAX_NAME_MAX). With a read/write exported directory people could created longes path and cause a bufferoverflow.
 
New version of proftpd fixes remote exploits  13 December 1999 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
The proftpd version that was distributed in Debian GNU/Linux 2.1 had several buffer overruns that could be exploited by remote attackers. A short list of problems: * user input was used in snprintf() without sufficient checks * there was an overflow in the log_xfer() routine * you could overflow a buffer by using very long pathnames
 
New versions of lpr released  13 December 1999 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
The version of lpr that was distributed with Debian GNU/Linux 2.1 suffers from a couple of problems: * there was a race in lpr that could be exploited by users to print files they can not normally read * lpd did not check permissions of queue-files. As a result by using the -s flag it could be tricked into printing files a user can otherwise not read
 
New version of nis released  13 December 1999 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
The nis package that was distributed with Debian GNU/Linux 2.1 has a couple of problems: * ypserv allowed any machine in the NIS domain to insert new tables * rpc.yppasswd had a bufferoverflow in its MD5 code * rpc.yppasswd allowed users to change the GECOS and loginshell entries of other users
 
New version of amd fixes remote exploit, take 2  13 December 1999 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
The version of amd that was distributed with Debian GNU/Linux 2.1 is vulnerable to a remote exploit. This was fixed in version 23.0slink1. However that fix contained an error which has been fixed in version upl102-23.slink2.
 
New version of mirror fixes remote exploit  13 December 1999 
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We have received reports that the version of mirror as distributed in Debian GNU/Linux 2.1 could be remotely exploited. When mirroring a remote site the remote site could use filename-constructions like " .." that would case mirror to work one level above the target directory for the mirrored files.
 
New version of amd fixes remove exploit  13 December 1999 
Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
The version of amd that was distributed with Debian GNU/Linux 2.1 is vulnerable to a remote exploit. Passing a big directory name to amd its logging code would overflow a buffer which could be exploited. This has been fixed in version 23.0slink1.
 
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