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Mandrake: xpdf arbitrary command execution vulnerability  24 July 2003 
An attacker could place malicious external hyperlinks in a document that, if followed, could execute arbitary shell commands with the privileges of the person viewing the PDF document.
 
Mandrake: kernel mulitple vulnerabilities  17 July 2003 
Multiple vulnerabilities were discovered and fixed in the Linux kernel.
 
Mandrake: unzip directory traversal vulnerability  08 July 2003 
A vulnerability was discovered in unzip 5.50 and earlier that allows attackers to overwrite arbitrary files during archive extraction by placing non-printable characters between two "." characters.
 
Mandrake: ypserv denial of service vulnerability  30 June 2003 
A vulnerability was found in versions of ypserv prior to version 2.7.
 
Mandrake: xpdf arbitrary code execution vulnerability  30 June 2003 
Martyn Gilmore discovered flaws in various PDF viewers, including xpdf.
 
Mandrake: ethereal arbitrary code execution vulnerability  25 June 2003 
A number of string handling bugs were found in the packet dissectors in ethereal that can be exploited using specially crafted packets to cause ethereal to consume excessive amounts of memory, crash, or even execute arbitray code.
 
Mandrake: BitchX Denial of Service Vulnerability  17 June 2003 
A Denial Of Service (DoS) vulnerability was discovered in BitchX that would allow a remote attacker to crash BitchX by changing certain channel modes. This vulnerability has been fixed in CVS and patched in the released updates.
 
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