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Gentoo: sendmail Buffer overflow vulnerabilities  17 September 2003 
Fix a buffer overflow in address parsing. Fix a potential buffer overflow in ruleset parsing. This problemis not exploitable in the default sendmail configuration.
Gentoo: openssh Buffer management error  16 September 2003 
ll versions of OpenSSH's sshd prior to 3.7 contain a buffer managementerror. It is uncertain whether this error is potentially exploitable,however, we prefer to see bugs fixed proactively.
Gentoo: exim buffer overflow vulnerability  16 September 2003 
There's a heap overflow in all versions of exim3 and exim4 priorto version 4.21. It can be exercised by anyone who can make anSMTP connection to the exim daemon.
Gentoo: mysql buffer overflow vulnerability  15 September 2003 
Anyone with global administrative privileges on a MySQL server may execute arbitrary code even on a host he isn't supposed to have a shell on, with the privileges of the system account running the MySQL server.
Gentoo: 'atari800' buffer overflow  02 September 2003 
atari800 contains a buffer overflow which could be used by an attackerto gain root privileges.
Gentoo: 'gallery' cross-site scripting vulnerability  02 September 2003 
Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in search.php of Gallery 1.1through 1.3.4 allows remote attackers to insert arbitrary web script viathe searchstring parameter.
Gentoo: 'mindi' temporary file vulnerability  02 September 2003 
Mindi creates files in /tmp which could allow local user to overwritearbitrary files.
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