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Mandrake: vnc weak cookie vulnerability  26 February 2003 
A vulnerability was discovered in the VNC server script that generates an X cookie, used by X authentication.
 
Mandrake: lynx CRLF injection vulnerability  26 February 2003 
The HTTP queries that lynx constructs are from arguments on the command line or the $WWW_HOME environment variable, but lynx does not properly sanitize special characters such as carriage returns or linefeeds.
 
Mandrake: openssl information leak  25 February 2003 
OpenSSL has been found to vulnerable to a timing-based attack on CBC ciphersuites used in SSL and TLS.
 
Mandrake: krb5 ftp command execution vulnerability  25 February 2003 
A vulnerability was discovered in the Kerberos FTP client.
 
Mandrake: php buffer overflow vulnerability  20 February 2003 
A buffer overflow was discovered in the wordwrap() function in versions of PHP greater than 4.1.2 and less than 4.3.0.
 
Mandrake: pam information leak vulnerability  19 February 2003 
Andreas Beck discovered that the pam_xauth module would forward authorization information from the root account to unprivileged users.
 
Mandrake: apcupsd multiple vulnerabilities  19 February 2003 
A remote root vulnerability in slave setups and some buffer overflows in the network information server code were discovered by the apcupsd developers.
 
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