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Mandrake: net-snmp Improper access vulnerability  12 December 2003 
A vulnerability in Net-SNMP versions prior to 5.0.9 could allow an existing user/community to gain access to data in MIB objects that were explicitly excluded from their view.
 
Mandrake: etherial Multiple vulnerabilities  11 December 2003 
A number of vulnerabilities were discovered in ethereal that, if exploited, could be used to make ethereal crash or run arbitrary code by injecting malicious malformed packets onto the wire or by convincing someone to read a malformed packet trace file.
 
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.
 
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