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Mandrake: Updated ipsec-tools packages  31 March 2005 
A bug was discovered in the way that the racoon daemon handled incoming ISAKMP requests. It is possible that an attacker could crash the racoon daemon by sending a specially crafted ISAKMP packet. The updated packages have been patched to correct these issues.
 
Mandrake: Updated krb5 packages fix  29 March 2005 
Two buffer overflow issues were discovered in the way telnet clients handle messages from a server. Because of these issues, an attacker may be able to execute arbitray code on the victim's machine if the victim can be tricked into connecting to a malicious telnet server. The Kerberos package contains a telnet client and is patched to deal with these issues.
 
Mandrake: Updated MySQL packages fix  21 March 2005 
A number of vulnerabilities were discovered by Stefano Di Paola in the MySQL server: If an authenticated user had INSERT privileges on the 'mysql' database, the CREATE FUNCTION command allowed that user to use libc functions to execute arbitrary code with the privileges of the user running the database server (mysql) (CAN-2005-0709).
 
Mandrake: Updated KDE packages address  21 March 2005 
New KDE packages are available to address various bugs. The details are as follows.
 
Mandrake: Updated kdelibs packages fix  16 March 2005 
A vulnerability in dcopserver was discovered by Sebastian Krahmer of the SUSE security team. A local user can lock up the dcopserver of other users on the same machine by stalling the DCOP authentication process, causing a local Denial of Service.
 
Mandrake: Updated evolution packages  16 March 2005 
It was discovered that certain types of messages could be used to crash the Evolution mail client. Fixes have been applied to correct this behaviour.
 
Mandrake: Updated openslp packages fix  15 March 2005 
An audit by the SUSE Security Team of critical parts of the OpenSLP package revealed various buffer overflow and out of bounds memory access issues. These problems can be triggered by remote attackers by sending malformed SLP packets. The packages have been patched to prevent these problems.
 
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