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Gentoo: UPDATE: cdrtools privilege escalation vulnerability  18 May 2003 
Incorrect link fixed. A vulnerability in cdrecord that could lead to a root compromise was discovered. cdrecord is not installed suid by default in Gentoo.
 
Gentoo: cdrtools privlege escalation vulnerability  17 May 2003 
A vulnerability in cdrecord that could lead to a root compromise was discovered. cdrecord is not installed suid by default in Gentoo.
 
Gentoo: ut2003-demo passive DOS exploit  16 May 2003 
There is a negative sign bug in the unreal tournement engine.
 
Gentoo: gnupg key validation bug  16 May 2003 
As part of the development of GnuPG 1.2.2, a bug was discovered in the key validation code.
 
Gentoo: kopte arbitrary code execution vulnerability  14 May 2003 
The GnuPG plugin in kopete before 0.6.2 does not properly cleanse the command line when executing gpg, which allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary commands.
 
Gentoo: shadow user id vulnerability  13 May 2003 
Updated shadow package that contains a workarkaround for OpenSSH user identification problem.
 
Gentoo: openssh Information disclosure vulnerability  02 May 2003 
Mediaservice.net has discovered a bug in OpenSSH that allows attackersto identify valid users on vulnerable systems.
 
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