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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.
Gentoo: libmcrypt buffer overflow vulnerabilities  06 January 2003 
limbcrypt versions prior to 2.5.5 contain a number of buffer overflow vulnerabilities that stem from imporper or lacking input validation.
Gentoo: dhcpcd input validation vulnerability  06 January 2003 
A lack of input validation on an external script may make it possible for commands injected by a malicious DHCP server to be executed through the use of shell metacharacters such as ';' and '|'. These commands may run with root privileges.
Gentoo: leafnode denial of service vulnerability  02 January 2003 
This vulnerability can make leafnode's nntpd server, named leafnode, go into an unterminated loop when a particular article is requested.
Gentoo: xpdf buffer overflow vulnerability  02 January 2003 
The pdftops filter in the Xpdf and CUPS packages contains an integer overflow that can be exploited to gain the privileges of the target user or in some cases the increased privileges of the 'lp' user if installed setuid.
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