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Gentoo: ethereal Arbitrary code execution  09 March 2003 
The SOCKS dissector in Ethereal 0.9.9 is susceptible to a formatstring overflow. Additionally, the NTLMSSP code is susceptible to aheap overflow.
 
Gentoo: netscape-flash Buffer overflow vulnerability  09 March 2003 
The cumulative security patch is available today and addresses thepotential for exploits surrounding buffer overflows (read/write) andsandbox integrity within the player, which might allow malicious usersto gain access to a user's computer.
 
Gentoo: file Buffer overflow vulnerability  08 March 2003 
The file(1) command contains a buffer overflow vulnerability that canbe leveraged by an attacker to execute arbitrary code under theprivileges of another user.
 
Gentoo: mysqlcc information leakage  07 March 2003 
Versions prior to 0.8.9 had all configuration and connection files world readable.
 
Gentoo: REVISED: snort buffer overflow vulnerability  07 March 2003 
Remote attackers may exploit the buffer overflow condition to run arbitrary code on a Snort sensor with the privileges of the Snort IDS process, which typically runs as the superuser.
 
Gentoo: snort buffer overflow vulnerability  06 March 2003 
Remote attackers may exploit the buffer overflow condition to run arbitrary code on a Snort sensor with the privileges of the Snort IDS process, which typically runs as the superuser.
 
Gentoo: snort Buffer overflow  06 March 2003 
Remote attackers may exploit the buffer overflow condition to runarbitrary code on a Snort sensor with the privileges of the Snort IDSprocess, which typically runs as the superuser.
 
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