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Mandrake: cups denial of service vulnerability  30 May 2003 
A Denial of Service (DoS) vulnerability was discovered in the CUPS printing system by Phil D'Amore of Red Hat.
 
Mandrake: gnupg key validation vulnerability  23 May 2003 
A bug was discovered in GnuPG versions 1.2.1 and earlier.
 
Mandrake: lprng insecure tmp file vulnerability  23 May 2003 
psbanner creates a temporary file for debugging purposes when it is configured as a filter, and does not check whether or not this file already exists or is a symlink.
 
Mandrake: lpr buffer overflow vulnerability  22 May 2003 
A buffer overflow was discovered in the lpr printer spooling system that can be exploited by a local user to gain root privileges.
 
Mandrake: UPDATED: cdrecord privilege escalation vulnaerbility  22 May 2003 
A vulnerability in cdrecord was discovered that can be used to obtain root access because Mandrake Linux ships with the cdrecord binary suid root and sgid cdwriter.
 
Mandrake: cdrecord privelege escalation vulnerability  16 May 2003 
A vulnerability in cdrecord was discovered that can be used to obtain root access because Mandrake Linux ships with the cdrecord binary suid root and sgid cdwriter.
 
Mandrake: mysql root vulnerability  15 May 2003 
In MySQL 3.23.55 and earlier, MySQL would create world-writeable files and allow mysql users to gain root privileges by using the "SELECT * INTO OUTFILE" operator to overwrite a configuration file, which could cause mysql to run as root upon restarting the daemon.
 
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