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Mandrake: cvs Unauthorized access vulnerability (correction)  11 December 2003 
The previous updates had an incorrect temporary directory hard-coded in the cvs binary for 9.1 and 9.2. This update corrects the problem.
 
Mandrake: screen Buffer overflow vulnerability  08 December 2003 
A vulnerability was discovered and fixed in screen by Timo Sirainen who found an exploitable buffer overflow that allowed privilege escalation.
 
Mandrake: cvs Unauthorized access vulnerability  08 December 2003 
A vulnerability was discovered in the CVS server < 1.11.10 where a malformed module request could cause the CVS server to attempt to create directories and possibly files at the root of the filesystem holding the CVS repository.
 
Mandrake: rsync heap overflow vulnerability  05 December 2003 
A vulnerability was discovered in all versions of rsync prior to 2.5.7 that was recently used in conjunction with the Linux kernel do_brk() vulnerability to compromise a public rsync server.
 
Mandrake: Kernel buffer overflow leading to root  01 December 2003 
A vulnerability was discovered in the Linux kernel versions 2.4.22 and previous. A flaw in bounds checking in the do_brk() function can allow a local attacker to gain root privileges. This vulnerability is known to be exploitable; an exploit is in the wild at this time.
 
Mandrake: GnuPG Serious key vulnerability  29 November 2003 
Phong Nguyen identified a severe bug in the way GnuPG creates and uses ElGamal keys for signing. This is a significant security failure which can lead to a compromise of almost all ElGamal keys used for signing. Note that this is a real world vulnerability which will reveal your private key within a few seconds.
 
Mandrake: Stunnel file descriptor leak  26 November 2003 
A vulnerability was discovered in stunnel versions 3.24 and earlier, as well as 4.00, by Steve Grubb. It was found that stunnel leaks a critical file descriptor that can be used to hijack stunnel's services.
 
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