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EnGarde: 'openssl' ASN.1 parsing DoS  04 November 2003 
This vulnerability (triggered by certain ASN.1 sequences which cause a large recursion) is only believed to be exploitable as a denial of service on the Windows platform at this time.
EnGarde: OpenSSL potential DoS  03 October 2003 
Patrik Hornik discovered a remotely exploitable denial of service attack in OpenSSL's SSLv2 server code. This update fixes this vulnerability.
EnGarde: OpenSSL ASN.1 parsing vulnerabilities  30 September 2003 
An SSL/TLS testing suite developed by the NISCC (UK National Infrastructure Security Co-Ordination Centre) uncovered ASN.1 parsing vulnerabilities in OpenSSL. Exploitation of these vulnerabilities may result in a denial of service.
EnGarde: 'WebTool-userpass' passphrase disclosure vulnerability.  24 September 2003 
"Shawn" discovered and reported an SSH passphrase disclosure vulnerability in the WebTool's User Password Changer via the engarde-users mailing list.
EnGarde: 'MySQL' buffer overflow  18 September 2003 
The MySQL daemon contains a buffer overflow which may be exploited by any user who has ALTER TABLE permissions on the "mysql" database
EnGarde: Additional 'OpenSSH' buffer management bugs  18 September 2003 
After the release of ESA-20030916-023, the OpenSSH team discovered more buffer management bugs (fixed in OpenSSH 3.7.1) of the same type. Additionally, Solar Designer fixed additional bugs of this class. His fixes are included in this update.
EnGarde: OpenSSH buffer management error  16 September 2003 
The OpenSSH daemon shipped with all versions of EnGarde Secure Linux contains a potentially exploitable buffer management error.
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