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Debian: 'slrn' vulnerability  24 September 2001 
Posted by Team   
Byrial Jensen found a nasty problem in slrn (a threaded news reader).
Debian: 'squid' remote DoS  24 September 2001 
Posted by Team   
Vladimir Ivaschenko found a problem in squid (a popular proxy cache).
Debian: 'most' buffer overflow  18 September 2001 
Posted by Team   
Pavel Machek has found a buffer overflow in the `most' pager program.
Debian: 'netkit-telnet-ssl' buffer overflow  14 August 2001 
Posted by Team   
The telnet daemon contained in the netkit-telnet-ssl_0.16.3-1 package in the 'stable' (potato) distribution of Debian GNU/Linux is vulnerable to an exploitable overflow in its output handling.
Debian: 'wmaker' buffer overflow vulnerability  12 August 2001 
Posted by Team   
The code that handles titles in the window list menu didnot check the length of the title when copying it to a buffer.
Debian: 'imp' multiple vulnerabilities  11 August 2001 
Posted by Team   
The Horde team released version 2.2.6 of IMP (a web based IMAP mailprogram) which fixes three security problems. Their release announcementdescribes them as follows:
Debian: 'groff' printf format attack  10 August 2001 
Posted by Team   
The pic command was vulnerable to a printf format attackwhich made it possible to circumvent the -S option and executearbitrary code.
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