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FreeBSD: openssl information leakage vulnerability  21 March 2003 
SSL sessions where RSA blinding is not in effect are vulnerable to timing attacks which could allow a cracker to discover your private RSA key.
 
FreeBSD: libc buffer overflow vulnerability  20 March 2003 
The xdrmem XDR stream object does incorrect bounds-checking.
 
FreeBSD: REVISED: sendmail remote exploit  04 March 2003 
A remote vulnerability exists that can result in commands can be executed with administrative privileges.
 
FreeBSD: sendmail remote exploit  04 March 2003 
A remote vulnerability exists that can result in commands can be executed with administrative privileges.
 
FreeBSD: REVISED: openssl information leak  26 February 2003 
OpenSSL has been found to vulnerable to a timing-based attack on CBC ciphersuites used in SSL and TLS.
 
FreeBSD: openssl information leak  25 February 2003 
OpenSSL has been found to vulnerable to a timing-based attack on CBC ciphersuites used in SSL and TLS.
 
FreeBSD: SYN cookie vulnerability  24 February 2003 
The FreeBSD syncookie implementation protects the generated ISN usinga MAC that is keyed on one of several internal secret keys which arerotated periodically. However, the keys are only 32 bits in length,allowing brute force attacks on the secrets to be feasible.
 
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