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Gentoo: shadow user id vulnerability  13 May 2003 
Updated shadow package that contains a workarkaround for OpenSSH user identification problem.
 
Gentoo: openssh Information disclosure vulnerability  02 May 2003 
Mediaservice.net has discovered a bug in OpenSSH that allows attackersto identify valid users on vulnerable systems.
 
Gentoo: balsa buffer overflow vulnerability  30 April 2003 
Balsa suffers from the same buffer overflow as mutt.
 
Gentoo: mgetty Multiple vulnerabilities  28 April 2003 
World-writable spool directory and buffer overflow in cnd-program have been fixed. It is recommended that all Gentoo Linux users who are runningnet-dialup/mgetty upgrade to mgetty-1.1.30
 
Gentoo: pptpd Remote buffer overflow  28 April 2003 
A buffer overflow has been fixed in pptpd. It is recommended that all Gentoo Linux users who are runningnet-dialup/pptpd upgrade to pptpd-1.1.3.20030409
 
Gentoo: monkeyd Buffer overflow vulnerability  28 April 2003 
A buffer overflow vulnerability exists in Monkey's handling of formssubmitted with the POST request method. The unchecked buffer lies in thePostMethod() procedure.
 
Gentoo: snort Multiple preprocessor vulnerabilities  28 April 2003 
The Snort stream4 preprocessor (spp_stream4) incorrectlycalculates segment size parameters during stream reassembly for certainsequence number ranges which can lead to an integer overflow that can beexpanded to a heap overflow.
 
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