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Mandrake: Updated squid packages fix  10 February 2005 
More vulnerabilities were discovered in the squid server: The LDAP handling of search filters was inadequate which could be abused to allow logins using severial variants of a single login name, possibly bypassing explicit access controls (CAN-2005-0173).
Mandrake: Updated enscript packages  10 February 2005 
A vulnerability in the enscript program's handling of the epsf command used to insert inline EPS file into a document was found.
Mandrake: Updated cpio packages fix  10 February 2005 
A vulnerability in cpio was discovered where cpio would create world- writeable files when used in -o/--create mode and giving an output file (with -O). This would allow any user to modify the created cpio archive. The updated packages have been patched so that cpio now respects the current umask setting of the user.
Mandrake: Updated drakxtools package  10 February 2005 
Several new bugs have been identified and corrected in the draktools package.
Mandrake: Updated perl packages fix  08 February 2005 
Updated perl package.
Mandrake: Updated perl-DBI packages  08 February 2005 
Javier Fernandez-Sanguino Pena disovered the perl5 DBI library created a temporary PID file in an insecure manner, which could be exploited by a malicious user to overwrite arbitrary files owned by the user executing the parts of the library. The updated packages have been patched to prevent these problems.
Mandrake: Updated vim packages fix  02 February 2005 
Javier Fernandez-Sanguino Pena discovered two vulnerabilities in scripts included with the vim editor. The two scripts, "tcltags" and "" created temporary files in an insecure manner which could allow a malicious user to execute a symbolic link attack or to create, or overwrite, arbitrary files with the privileges of the user invoking the scripts. The updated packages are patched to prevent this problem.
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