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Debian: 'ethereal' buffer overflow  22 November 2000 
Posted by Team   
hacksware reported a buffer overflow in the AFS packet parsing code inethereal.
Debian: 'joe' symlink vulnerability  22 November 2000 
Posted by Team   
When joe dies to a signal instead of a normal exit it is vulnerable to a symlink attack.
Debian: 'tcpdump' vulnerability  20 November 2000 
Posted by Team   
Several buffer overflows were found which allow an attacker to make tcpdump crash.
Debian: 'modutils' vulnerability  20 November 2000 
Posted by Team   
Sebastian Krahmer found a problem in the modprobe utility that could beexploited by local users to run arbitrary commands as root if themachine is running a kernel with kmod enabled.
Debian: 'CUPS' update  19 November 2000 
Posted by Team   
Mandrake has recently released a security advisory against CUPSraising two issues
Debian: 'cron' vulnerability  18 November 2000 
Posted by Team   
The version of Vixie Cron shipped with Debian GNU/Linux 2.2 is vulnerable toa local attack, discovered by Michal Zalewski.
Debian: 'openssh' vulnerability  18 November 2000 
Posted by Team   
There is a vulnerability in openssh with X11 forwarding.
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