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Gentoo: setiathome buffer overflow vulnerability  09 April 2003 
There is a buffer overflow in the server responds handler of seti at home.
 
Gentoo: samba buffer overflow vulnerability  09 April 2003 
An anonymous user can gain remote root access due to a buffer overflow caused by a StrnCpy() into a char array (fname) using a non-constant length (namelen).
 
Gentoo: apache denial of service vulnerability  09 April 2003 
Remote exploitation of a memory leak in the Apache HTTP Server causes the daemon to over utilize system resources on an affected system.
 
Gentoo: xdrmem_getbytes buffer overflow vulnerability  31 March 2003 
The xdrmem_getbytes() function in the XDR library provided by Sun Microsystems contains an integer overflow.
 
Gentoo: krb5 multiple vulnerabilities  31 March 2003 
There are multiple vulnerabilities in krb5.
 
Gentoo: sendmail buffer overflow vulnerability  31 March 2003 
There is a vulnerability in sendmail that can be exploited to cause a denial-of-service condition and could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code with the privileges of the sendmail daemon, typically root.
 
Gentoo: openafs Cryptographic weakness vulnerability  30 March 2003 
A cryptographic weakness in version 4 of the Kerberos protocol allows anattacker to use a chosen-plaintext attack to impersonate any principal in arealm. OpenAFS kaserver implements version 4 of the Kerberos protocol, andtherefore is vulnerable.
 
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