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EnGarde: Several 'kernel' vulnerabilities  18 March 2003 
This update fixes several vulnerabilities in the Linux kernel.
EnGarde: 'file' buffer overflow  07 March 2003 
There is a buffer overflow vulnerability in the 'file' command's ELF parsing routines which can allow an attacker to exploit a victim by tricking them into running 'file' on a specially crafted binary.
EnGarde: snort buffer overflow vulnerability  07 March 2003 
Recently ISS X-Force discovered a buffer overflow vulnerability in the RPC preprocessor of the snort IDS system.
EnGarde: WebTool session ID spoofing  25 February 2003 
Keigo Yamazaki discovered a vulnerability in which may allow an attacker to spoof a session ID by including special metacharacters in the BASE64 encoded string using during the authentication process.
EnGarde: OpenSSL timing-based attack vulnerability  20 February 2003 
This update fixes a timing-based attack on CBC cipher suites used in SSL and TLS which OpenSSL was found to be vulnerable to.
EnGarde: MySQL double free vulnerability  20 February 2003 
This update fixes a double free() bug in the MySQL daemon that could allow an attacker, with a specially crafted MySQL client, to crash the server.
EnGarde: Several PHP vulnerabilities  19 February 2003 
A heap-based buffer overflow vulnerability has been found in the wordwrap() function of PHP.
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