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Mandrake: freeswan  21 November 2003 
The version of freeswan bundled with the latest kernel update did not match the freeswan package which essentially rendered it unuseable. This update brings the freeswan package up to date with the kernel version.
 
Mandrake: Glibc Buffer overflow vulnerability  19 November 2003 
A bug was discovered in the getgrouplist function in glibc that can cause a buffer overflow if the size of the group list is too small to hold all the user's groups. This overflow can cause segementation faults in various user applications, some of which may lead to additional security problems.
 
Mandrake: fileutils/coreutils Denial of service vulnerability  12 November 2003 
A memory starvation denial of service vulnerability in the ls program was discovered.
 
Mandrake: hylafax buffer overflow vulnerability  11 November 2003 
The SuSE Security Team discovered a format bug condition that allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code as the root user.
 
Mandrake: CUPS denial of service vulnerability  06 November 2003 
A bug in versions of CUPS prior to 1.1.19 was reported in the Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) implementation would result in CUPS going into a busy loop, which could result in a Denial of Service (DoS) condition.
 
Mandrake: apache Buffer overflow vulnerability  03 November 2003 
A buffer overflow in mod_alias and mod_rewrite was discovered in Apache versions 1.3.19 and earlier as well as Apache 2.0.47 and earlier.
 
Mandrake: postgresql Buffer overflow vulnerability  03 November 2003 
Two bugs were discovered that lead to a buffer overflow in PostgreSQL versions 7.2.x and 7.3.x prior to 7.3.4, in the abstract data type (ADT) to ASCII conversion functions.
 
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