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Mandrake: sendmail dns map vulnerability  27 August 2003 
Due to wrong initialization of RESOURCE_RECORD_T structures, if sendmail receives a bad DNS reply it will call free() on random addresses which usually causes sendmail to crash.
Mandrake: eroaster tmp file creation vulnerability  21 August 2003 
A vulnerability was discovered in eroaster where it does not take any security precautions when creating a temporary file for the lockfile.
Mandrake: unzip arbitrary file overwrite vulnerability  21 August 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: php session handling vulnerability  04 August 2003 
A vulnerability was discovered in the transparent session ID support in PHP4 prior to version 4.3.2.
Mandrake: postfix multiple vulnerabilities  04 August 2003 
Two vulnerabilities were discovered in the postfix MTA by Michal Zalewski.
Mandrake: wu-ftpd off-by-one vulnerability  01 August 2003 
There is an off-by- one bug in the fb_realpath() function which could be used by a remote attacker to obtain root privileges on the server.
Mandrake: kdelibs authentication vulnerability  01 August 2003 
A vulnerability in Konqueror was discovered where it could inadvertently send authentication credentials to websites other than the intended site in clear text via the HTTP-referer header when authentication credentials are passed as part of a URL in the form http://user:password@host/.
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