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EnGarde: fetchmail heap overflow  27 January 2003 
Stefan Esser of e-matters, while re-auditing the Fetchmail package found another vulnerability. This heap overflow vulnerability allows a malicious remote attacker to crash Fetchmail or potentially execute arbitrary code as the user under which Fetchmail is being run.
 
EnGarde: MySQL vulnerabilities  27 January 2003 
The updates provided in ESA-20021213-033 missed one critical fix for the COM_TABLE_DUMP vulnerability. This update properly fixes all of the issues addressed in the recent e-matters advisory.
 
EnGarde: Several MySQL vulnerabilities  13 December 2002 
Stefan Esser from the PHP.net project discovered two vulnerabilities in MySQL which range from crashing the server to executing arbitrary code as the user under which the MySQL daemon runs (mysql).
 
EnGarde: pine version upgrade, security fixes  27 November 2002 
This update upgrades Pine to version 4.50. It also fixes some security issues, in particular a buffer overflow when parsing certain "From:" addresses.
 
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