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Gentoo: dhcpd buffer overflow vulnerability  17 January 2003 
The Internet Software Consortium (ISC) has discovered several buffer overflow vulnerabilities in their implementation of DHCP (ISC DHCPD).
 
Gentoo: fnord buffer overflow vulnerability  17 January 2003 
fnord 1.6 contained a buffer overrun in the CGI code. However, since the function does not return, this does not appear to be exploitable.
 
Gentoo: mod_php buffer overflow vulnerability  13 January 2003 
If you use the wordwrap() function on user-supplied input, a specially-crafted input can overflow the allocated buffer and overwrite the heap.
 
Gentoo: libpng buffer overflow vulnerability  08 January 2003 
There is a problem in connection with 16-bit samples from libpng.
 
Gentoo: lcdproc remote code execution vulnerability  07 January 2003 
The vulnerabilities in LCDproc allow an attacker to remotely execute arbitrary code or cause the LCDproc server to crash.
 
Gentoo: http-fetcher buffer overflow  07 January 2003 
HTTP Fetcher library is exposed to very fatal buffer overflow.
 
Gentoo: monopd buffer overflow vulnerability  06 January 2003 
A buffer overflow exist in the messaging framework which would allow a remote user to execute commands as the user running the game server.
 
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