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EnGarde: 'pine' buffer overflows  11 September 2003 
The pine e-mail client shipped with EnGarde Secure Linux contains buffer overflows which may be exploited by a remote attacker by sending the victim a specially crafted email.
 
EnGarde: 'stunnel' signal handler race DoS  06 August 2003 
Stunnel is an SSL wrapper used in EnGarde to tunnel SIMAP and SPOP3. A potential vulnerability has been found when stunnel is configured to listen to incoming connections for these services.
 
EnGarde: 'postfix' remote denial-of-service  04 August 2003 
Michal Zalewski has discovered a vulnerability in the Postfix MTA which could lead to a remote DoS attack.
 
EnGarde: several local 'kernel' vulnerabilities  24 July 2003 
This kernel update fixes several bugs and vulnerabilities.
 
EnGarde: PHP debugging and PEAR fixes  21 May 2003 
This update disables debugging and enables support for PEAR in EnGarde's PHP packages.
 
EnGarde: 'swatch' incorrect value in default configuration  20 May 2003 
A bug was recently discovered in the default configuration of the daily log summaries. The default address is set incorrectly causing daily summaries to bounce until the system is ran through the initial configuration process or the admin e-mail address is changed.
 
EnGarde: kernel updates  15 May 2003 
This kernel update fixes several bugs and vulnerabilities.
 
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