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Gentoo: 'mindi' temporary file vulnerability  02 September 2003 
Mindi creates files in /tmp which could allow local user to overwritearbitrary files.
 
Gentoo: 'eroaster' temporary file vulnerability  02 September 2003 
Previous eroaster versions allowwed local users to overwrite arbitraryfiles via a symlink attack on a temporary file that is used as a lockfile.
 
Gentoo: 'phpwebsite' SQL injection vulnerability  02 September 2003 
phpwebsite contains an sql injection vulnerability in the calendarmodule which allows the attacker to execute sql queries.
 
Gentoo: horde Remote session hijacking  01 September 2003 
An attacker could send an email to the victim who ago use of HORDE MTAin order to push it to visit a website. The website in issue log all theaccesses and describe in the particular the origin of every victim.
 
Gentoo: pam_smb Remote buffer overflow vulnerability  01 September 2003 
If a long password is supplied, this can cause a buffer overflow whichcould be exploited to execute arbitrary code with the privileges of theprocess which invokes PAM services.
 
Gentoo: vmware Insecure symlink vulnerability  01 September 2003 
The previous GLSA 200308-03 was wrong when it stated thatvmware-workstation-4.0.1-5289 would fix the problems described in theadvisory.
 
Gentoo: vmware-server env variable vulnerability  25 August 2003 
By manipulating the VMware GSX Server and VMware Workstationenvironment variables, a program such as a shell session withroot privileges could be started when a virtual machine islaunched.
 
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