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Gentoo: openssl multiple vulnerabilities  24 March 2003 
Several vulnerabilities have been found in the OpenSSL toolkit.
Gentoo: mutt arbitrary command execution vulnerability  24 March 2003 
By controlling a malicious IMAP server and providing a specially crafted folder, an attacker can crash the mail reader and possibly force execution of arbitrary commands on the vulnerable system with the privileges of the user running Mutt.
Gentoo: evolution multiple vulnerabilities  21 March 2003 
Three vulnerabilities were found that could lead to various forms of exploitation ranging from denying to users the ability to read email, provoke system unstability, bypassing security context checks for email content and possibly execution of arbitrary commands on vulnerable systems.
Gentoo: kernel ptrace vulnerability  21 March 2003 
The Linux 2.2 and Linux 2.4 kernels have a flaw in ptrace. This hole allows local users to obtain full privileges.
Gentoo: rxvt multiple vulnerabilities  20 March 2003 
There are multiple vulnerabilites in rxvt.
Gentoo: openssl buffer overflow vulnerability  20 March 2003 
Researchers have discovered a timing attack on RSA keys, to which OpenSSL is generally vulnerable, unless RSA blinding has been turned on.
Gentoo: mysql remote root exploit  18 March 2003 
MySQL will no longer read config files that are world-writeable.
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