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Gentoo: openldap multiple vulnerabilities  30 December 2002 
The SuSE Security Team reviewed critical parts of that package and found several buffer overflows and other bugs remote attackers could exploit to gain access on systems running vulnerable LDAP servers.
Gentoo: cyrus-imapd multiple buffer overflows  30 December 2002 
Multiple buffer overflow vulnerabilities have been discovered in cyrus-imapd.
Gentoo: cyrus-sasl buffer overflow vulnerability  27 December 2002 
Insufficient buffer length checking in user name canonicalization may allow attacker to execute arbitrary code on servers using Cyrus SASL library.
Gentoo: KDE multiple vulnerabilities  22 December 2002 
In some instances KDE fails to properly quote parameters of instructions passed to a command shell for execution.
Gentoo: wget directory traversal vulnerability  20 December 2002 
A malicious server could potentially overwrite key files to cause a denial of service or, in some cases, gain privileges by modifying executable files.
Gentoo: canna multiple vulnerabilities  20 December 2002 
A heap overflow vulnerability was discovered in the irw_through function in canna server version 3.6 and earlier.
Gentoo: perl broken safe compartment  20 December 2002 
A security hole has been discovered in When a Safe compartment has already been used, there's no guarantee that it's safe any longer, because there's a way for code executed within the Safe compartment to alter its operation mask.
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