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Gentoo: qt-dcgui file leaking vulnerability  04 February 2003 
All versions < 0.2.2 have a major security vulnerability in the directory parser.
 
Gentoo: slocate buffer overflow vulnerability  03 February 2003 
The overflow appears when the slocate is run with two parameters: -c and -r, using as arguments a 1024 bytes string.
 
Gentoo: Mail-SpamAssasin arbitrary code execution vulnerability  02 February 2003 
An attacker may be able to execute arbitrary code by sending a specially crafted e-mail to a system using SpamAssassin's spamc program in BSMTP mode.
 
Gentoo: vim command execution vulnerability  22 January 2003 
Opening a specially crafted text file with vim can execute arbitrary shell commands and pass parameters to them.
 
Gentoo: dhcp Multiple vulnerabilities  21 January 2003 
According to CERT advisory CA-2003-01 a buffer overflow exists in the minires library embedded in ISC DHCPD versions 3.0 through 3.0.1RC10.
 
Gentoo: CVS double free vulnerability  21 January 2003 
On servers which are configured to allow anonymous read-only access, this bug could be used by anonymous users to gain write privileges.
 
Gentoo: KDE 2.2.x multiple vulnerabilities  20 January 2003 
In some instances KDE fails to properly quote parameters of instructions passed to a command shell for execution.
 
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