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Mandrake: apache2 DoS Vulnerability  26 October 2003 
A problem was discovered in Apache2 where CGI scripts that output more than 4k of output to STDERR will hang the script's execution which can cause a Denial of Service on the httpd process
 
Mandrake: fetchmail denial of service vulnerability  17 October 2003 
A bug was discovered in fetchmail 6.2.4 where a specially crafted email message can cause fetchmail to crash.
 
Mandrake: gdm multiple vulnerabilities  17 October 2003 
Two vulnerabilities were discovered in gdm by Jarno Gassenbauer that would allow a local attacker to cause gdm to crash or freeze.
 
Mandrake: sane multiple vulnerabilities  10 October 2003 
Several vulnerabilities were discovered in the saned daemon, a part of the sane package, which allows for a scanner to be used remotely.
 
Mandrake: sendmail dns map vulnerability  27 August 2003 
Due to wrong initialization of RESOURCE_RECORD_T structures, if sendmail receives a bad DNS reply it will call free() on random addresses which usually causes sendmail to crash.
 
Mandrake: eroaster tmp file creation vulnerability  21 August 2003 
A vulnerability was discovered in eroaster where it does not take any security precautions when creating a temporary file for the lockfile.
 
Mandrake: unzip arbitrary file overwrite vulnerability  21 August 2003 
A vulnerability was discovered in unzip 5.50 and earlier that allows attackers to overwrite arbitrary files during archive extraction by placing non-printable characters between two "." characters.
 
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