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Gentoo: tomcat file access vulnerability  02 June 2003 
Versions prior to tomcat-4.1.24 created /opt/tomcat with a directory mode which allowed users to access files containing passwords.
Gentoo: apache 2.x denial of service vulnerability  02 June 2003 
Apache 2.0 versions 2.0.37 through 2.0.45 can be caused to crash in certain circumstances.
Gentoo: uw-imapd buffer overflow vulnerability  02 June 2003 
UW-imapd can also act as IMAP client, allowing user to connect to specified server. It is disabled for anonymous users, but allowed for everyone else.
Gentoo: maelstrom buffer overflow vulnerability  30 May 2003 
A local buffer overflow exists in maelstrom.
Gentoo: nessus multiple vulnerabilities  27 May 2003 
There exists some vulnerabilities in NASL scripting engine.
Gentoo: heimdal krb4 cryptographic weakness  27 May 2003 
heimdal suffers from the same vulnerability as mit-krb5 does, hence the identical advisory.
Gentoo: xinetd denial of service vulnerability  19 May 2003 
Steve Stubb has discovered that xinetd leaks 144 bytes for every connection it rejects.
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