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Debian: netscape vulnerability  01 September 2000 
Posted by Team   
An updated netscape package now exists to fix several remote exploit vulnerabilities.
Debian: Updated 'xchat' packages available.  30 August 2000 
Posted by Team   
The version of X-Chat that was distributed with Debian GNU/Linux 2.2 has a vulnerability in the URL handling code.
Debian: UPDATE: ntop remote exploit vulnerability  29 August 2000 
Posted by Team   
Ntop was still exploitable using bufferoverflows. Using this technique it was possible to run arbitrary codeas the user who ran ntop in web mode.
Debian: New Version of zope released  21 August 2000 
Posted by Team   
On versions of Zope prior to 2.2.1 it was possible for a user with theability to edit DTML to gain unauthorized access to extra roles during arequest. A fix was previously announced in the Debian zope package2.1.6-5.1, but that package did not fully address the issue and has beensuperseded by this announcement.
Debian: xlockmore vulnerability  17 August 2000 
Posted by Team   
There is a format string bug in all versions of xlockmore/xlockmore-gl.
Debian: zope vulnerability  11 August 2000 
Posted by Team   
On versions of Zope prior to 2.2beta1 it was possible for a user with theability to edit DTML can gain unauthorized access to extra roles during arequest.
Debian: mailx local exploit  09 August 2000 
Posted by Team   
mailx as distributed in Debian GNU/Linux 2.1 has some features thatmade it possible to execute system commands if a user can trick aprivileged program to send email using /usr/bin/mail.
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