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Gentoo: w3m HTML escaping vulnerability  17 February 2003 
There is a Cross Site scripting vulnerability in w3m.
Gentoo: syslinux suid root vulnerability  17 February 2003 
Security flaws have been found in the SYSLINUX installer when running setuid root.
Gentoo: mailman XSS vulnerabilities  17 February 2003 
The email variable and the default error page in mailmain 2.1 contains cross site scripting vulnerabilities.
Gentoo: bladeenc arbitrary code execution  05 February 2003 
A wave file will let the attacker to execute all the code he wants on the victim.
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.
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