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Gentoo: vmware Insecure symlink vulnerability  01 September 2003 
The previous GLSA 200308-03 was wrong when it stated thatvmware-workstation-4.0.1-5289 would fix the problems described in theadvisory.
Gentoo: vmware-server env variable vulnerability  25 August 2003 
By manipulating the VMware GSX Server and VMware Workstationenvironment variables, a program such as a shell session withroot privileges could be started when a virtual machine islaunched.
Gentoo: semi Insecure temp files  14 August 2003 
The (1) semi MIME library 1.14.5 and earlier, and (2) wemi 1.14.0 andpossibly other versions, allows local users to overwrite arbitrary filesvia a symlink attack on temporary files.
Gentoo: multiple vulnerabilities  14 August 2003 
There are multiple vulnerabilities in Gentoo Linux source tree.
Gentoo: gnupg Unauthorized acess  19 July 2003 
gpg needs to be setuid to make use of protected memory space, however thesetgid bit allowed gpg user to overwrite goup root writable files and istherefore unnecessary.
Gentoo: nfs-utils Denial of service  19 July 2003 
Local or remote attacker which is capable to send RPC request tovulnerable mountd daemon could execute artitrary code or causedenial of service.
Gentoo: gtksee Buffer overflow vulnerability  11 July 2003 
Attackers can use carefully crafted png pictures to execute arbitrarycommands using a buffer overflow in when viewed in gtksee.
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