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Gentoo: perl broken safe compartment  20 December 2002 
A security hole has been discovered in Safe.pm. 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.
 
Gentoo: exim local root vulnerability  16 December 2002 
There is a format string bug in exim.
 
Gentoo: squirrelmail XSS vulnerability  16 December 2002 
read_body.php didn't filter out user input for 'filter_dir' and 'mailbox', making a xss attack possible.
 
Gentoo: UPDATE: mysql multiple vulnerabilities  16 December 2002 
There are multiple vulnerabilities in MySQL.
 
Gentoo: fetchmail buffer overflow vulnerability  16 December 2002 
This heap overflow can be used by remote attackers to crash it or to execute arbitrary code with the privileges of the user running fetchmail. Depending on the configuration this allows a remote root compromise.
 
Gentoo: mysql multiple vulnerabilities  16 December 2002 
There are multiple vulnerabilities in MySQL.
 
Gentoo: pine address buffer overflow vulnerability  02 December 2002 
While parsing and escaping characters of eMail addresses pine does not allocate enough memory for storing the escaped mailbox part of an address.
 
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