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Mandrake: util-linux mcookie vulnerability  14 February 2003 
The util-linux package provides the mcookie utility, a tool for generating random cookies that can be used for X authentication.
 
Mandrake: PostgreSQL multiple vulnerabilities  12 February 2003 
There are multiple vulnerabilities in PostgreSQL package.
 
Mandrake: kernel multiple vulnerabilities  06 February 2003 
An updated kernel for 9.0 is available with a number of bug fixes.
 
Mandrake: slocate buffer overflow vulnerability  06 February 2003 
A buffer overflow vulnerability was discovered in slocate by team USG.
 
Mandrake: mysql double free vulnerability  04 February 2003 
Aleksander Adamowski informed MandrakeSoft that the MySQL developers fixed a DoS vulnerability in the recently released 3.23.55 version of MySQL.
 
Mandrake: vim abritrary command execution vulnerability  04 February 2003 
A vulnerability was discovered in vim by Georgi Guninski that allows arbitrary command execution using the libcall feature found in modelines.
 
Mandrake: fetchmail denial of service vulnerability  28 January 2003 
A vulnerability was discovered in all versions of fetchmail <6.2.0 that allows a remote attacker to crash fetchmail and potentially execute arbitrary code by sending carefully crafted email wihch is then parsed by fetchmail.
 
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