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EnGarde: 'gnupg' key validation bug  15 May 2003 
A key validation bug was recently discovered in the GNU Privacy Guard (GPG) which would cause keys with more then one user ID to trust all user ID's with the amount of trust given to the most-valid user ID.
 
EnGarde: 'sudo' heap corruption vulnerability  15 May 2003 
There is a heap corruption vulnerability in sudo which may allow an attacker to execute arbitrary commands.
 
EnGarde: multiple 'tcpdump' vulnerabilities  30 April 2003 
There are several vulnerabilities in the tcpdump package shipped with EnGarde Secure Linux.
 
EnGarde: 'snort' stream4 preprocessor vulnerability  30 April 2003 
There is an integer overflow vulnerability in the stream4 preprocessor of the Snort IDS system.
 
EnGarde: 'MySQL' root exploit  24 March 2003 
Versions of MySQL prior to 3.23.56 contained a vulnerability which could allow MySQL users to gain root privileges.
 
EnGarde: 'glibc' RPC XDR decoder vulnerability  21 March 2003 
This update fixes an integer overflow in the xdrmem_getbytes() function of glibc.
 
EnGarde: Several vulnerabilities in the OpenSSL toolkit.  20 March 2003 
Recently several vulnerabilities have been found in the OpenSSL toolkit.
 
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