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Mandrake: xinetd denial of service vulnerability  15 May 2003 
A vulnerability was discovered in xinetd where memory was allocated and never freed if a connection was refused for any reason.
 
Mandrake: kopte gunpg arbitrary code execution  09 May 2003 
This vulnerabiliy is in the GnuPG plugin that allows for users to send each other GPG-encrypted instant messages.
 
Mandrake: snort buffer overflow vulnerability  29 April 2003 
An integer overflow was discovered in the Snort stream4 preprocessor by the Sourcefire Vulnerability Research Team.
 
Mandrake: ethereal denial of service vulnerability  25 April 2003 
A vulnerability was discovered in Ethereal 0.9.9 and earlier that allows a remote attacker to use specially crafted SOCKS packets to cause a denial of service (DoS) and possibly execute arbitrary code.
 
Mandrake: kde3 pdf/ps buffer overflow vulnerability  18 April 2003 
A vulnerability was discovered by the KDE team in the way that KDE uses Ghostscript for processing PostScript and PDF files.
 
Mandrake: eyeofgnome arbitrary code execution vulnerability  17 April 2003 
A carefully crafted filename passed to eog could lead to the execution of arbitrary code as the user executing eog.
 
Mandrake: xfsdump insecure tmp file vulnerability  17 April 2003 
A vulnerability was discovered in xfsdump by Ethan Benson related to filesystem quotas on the XFS filesystem.
 
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