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Gentoo: mikmod arbitrary code execution vulnerability  03 July 2003 
Buffer overflow in mikmod 3.1.6 and earlier allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via an archive file that contains a file with a long filename.
 
Gentoo: gnocatan multiple vulnerabilities  01 July 2003 
Bas Wijnen discovered that the gnocatan server is vulnerable to several buffer overflows which could be exploited to execute arbitrary code on the server system.
 
Gentoo: phpbb SQL injection vulnerability  01 July 2003 
QL injection vulnerability in viewtopic.php for phpBB 2.0.5 and earlier allows remote attackers to steal password hashes via the topic_id parameter.
 
Gentoo: noweb insecure tmp file vulnerability  01 July 2003 
Multiple vulnerabilities in noweb 2.9 and earlier creates temporary files insecurely, which allows local users to overwrite arbitrary files via multiple vectors including the noroff script.
 
Gentoo: tcptraceroute privilege escalation vulnerability  01 July 2003 
tcptraceroute 1.4 and earlier does not fully drop privileges after obtaining a file descriptor for capturing packets, which may allow local users to gain access to the descriptor via a separate vulnerability in tcptraceroute.
 
Gentoo: ethereal arbitrary code execution vulnerability  27 June 2003 
It may be possible to make Ethereal crash or run arbitrary code by injecting a purposefully malformed packet onto the wire, or by convincing someone to read a malformed packet trace file.
 
Gentoo: xpdf 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.
 
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