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Fedora: apache Buffer overflow vulnerability  08 January 2004 
This update includes the latest stable release of Apache httpd 2.0,including a fix for the security issue CVE CAN-2003-0542, a bufferoverflow in the parsing of configuration files.
 
Fedora: kernel Privilege escalation vulnerability  06 January 2004 
Paul Starzetz discovered a flaw in bounds checking in mremap() in the Linux kernel versions 2.4.23 and previous which may allow a local attacker to gain root privileges.
 
Fedora: etherial Multiple malformed packet vulerabilities  19 December 2003 
Both vulnerabilities will make the Ethereal application crash. The Q.931 vulnerability also affects Tethereal. It is not known if either vulnerability can be used to make Ethereal or Tethereal run arbitrary code.
 
Fedora: lftp Buffer overflow vulnerability  15 December 2003 
An attacker could create a carefully crafted directory on a websitesuch that, if a user connects to that directory using the lftp clientand subsequently issues a 'ls' or 'rels' command, the attacker couldexecute arbitrary code on the users machine.
 
Fedora: GnuPG Signing key vulnerability  11 December 2003 
Phong Nguyen identified a severe bug in the way GnuPG creates anduses ElGamal keys, when those keys are used both to sign and encryptdata. This vulnerability can be used to trivially recover theprivate key.
 
Fedora: Xboard predictable file-write exploit  04 December 2003 
XBoard 4.2.6 and older contains a script which writes to a file in /tmp with a predictable filename. Malicious users could use this vulnerability to force XBoard users to overwrite any file writableby them.
 
Fedora: rsync heap overflow vulnerability  04 December 2003 
A heap overflow bug exists in rsync versions prior to 2.5.7. Onmachines where the rsync server has been enabled, a remote attackercould use this flaw to execute arbitrary code as an unprivileged user.
 
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