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Gentoo: samba buffer overflow vulnerability  09 April 2003 
An anonymous user can gain remote root access due to a buffer overflow caused by a StrnCpy() into a char array (fname) using a non-constant length (namelen).
Gentoo: apache denial of service vulnerability  09 April 2003 
Remote exploitation of a memory leak in the Apache HTTP Server causes the daemon to over utilize system resources on an affected system.
Gentoo: xdrmem_getbytes buffer overflow vulnerability  31 March 2003 
The xdrmem_getbytes() function in the XDR library provided by Sun Microsystems contains an integer overflow.
Gentoo: krb5 multiple vulnerabilities  31 March 2003 
There are multiple vulnerabilities in krb5.
Gentoo: sendmail buffer overflow vulnerability  31 March 2003 
There is a vulnerability in sendmail that can be exploited to cause a denial-of-service condition and could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code with the privileges of the sendmail daemon, typically root.
Gentoo: openafs Cryptographic weakness vulnerability  30 March 2003 
A cryptographic weakness in version 4 of the Kerberos protocol allows anattacker to use a chosen-plaintext attack to impersonate any principal in arealm. OpenAFS kaserver implements version 4 of the Kerberos protocol, andtherefore is vulnerable.
Gentoo: zlib stack overflow vulnerability  28 March 2003 
The function gzprintf() is similar in behaviour to fprintf() except that by default, this function will smash the stack if called with arguments that expand to more than Z_PRINTF_BUFSIZE (=4096 by default) bytes.
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