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Gentoo: acroread arbitrary code execution vulnerability  27 June 2003 
Valid PDF files can contain malicious external-type hyperlinks that can execute arbitrary shell commands underneath Unix with various PDF viewers/readers.
Gentoo: proftpd sql inject vulnerability  27 June 2003 
A SQL Inject exists in ProFTPD server using the mod_sql module to authenticate against PostgreSQL database server. This vulnerability may allow a remote user to login whithout user and password.
Gentoo: cups denial of service vulnerability  16 June 2003 
CUPS allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service via a partial printing request to the IPP port (631), which does not time out.
Gentoo: kon2 Buffer overflow vulnerability  14 June 2003 
Buffer overflow in kon2 allows local users to execute arbitrary codevia a long -Coding command line argument.
Gentoo: ghostscript Insecure temp file  14 June 2003 
ps2epsi uses an insecurely created file to execute ghostscript. Thiscould result in overwritten files for the user who is invoking ps2epsi.
Gentoo: gzip Insecure temp files  14 June 2003 
znew and gzexe in the gzip package allows local users to overwritearbitrary files via a symlink attack on temporary files.
Gentoo: man Format string vulnerability  14 June 2003 
man v1.5l, and below, contain a format string vulnerability.the vulnerability occurs when man uses an optional catalog file, suppliedby the NLSPATH/LANG environmental variables.
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