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Gentoo: webmin Unauthorized access vulnerability  22 February 2003 
Due to a remotely exploitable security hole being discovered thateffects all previous Webmin releases, version 1.070 is now availablefor download
Gentoo: bitchx denial of service vulnerability  20 February 2003 
A denial of service vulnerability exists in BitchX.
Gentoo: openssl timing based attack vulnerability  20 February 2003 
This update fixes a timing-based attack on CBC cipher suites used in SSL and TLS which OpenSSL was found to be vulnerable to.
Gentoo: php arbitrary code execution  19 February 2003 
This is a re-release of GLSA-200302-09 becuse the first post contained some errors.
Gentoo: php arbitrary code execution  19 February 2003 
PHP contains code for preventing direct access to the CGI binary with configure option "--enable-force-cgi-redirect" and php.ini option "cgi.force_redirect".
Gentoo: nethack buffer overflow vulnerability  18 February 2003 
Overflowing a buffer in nethack may lead to privelige escalation to games uid.
Gentoo: w3m HTML escaping vulnerability  17 February 2003 
There is a Cross Site scripting vulnerability in w3m.
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