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Mandrake: krb5 Buffer overflow vulnerabilities  08 June 2004 
This could lead to root privileges, though it requires successfull authentication plus a non-default configuration to exploit.
Mandrake: apache2 Buffer overflow vulnerability  08 June 2004 
When mod_ssl is configured to trust the issuing CA, a remote attacker may be able to execute arbitrary code via a client certificate with a long subject DN.
Mandrake: mod_ssl Buffer overflow vulnerability  08 June 2004 
A remote attacker may be able to execute arbitrary code via a client certificate with a long subject DN.
Mandrake: xpcd Buffer overflow vulnerability  08 June 2004 
Problem could be exploited by a local attacker to obtain root privileges.
Mandrake: mdkonline Squid incompatability  08 June 2004 
Though not a security problem per se, this is important to any who use Mandrake Online to patch their systems.
Mandrake: kolab-server Plain text passwords  27 May 2004 
The affected versions store OpenLDAP passwords in plain text.
Mandrake: mailman Password leak vulnerability  27 May 2004 
Mailman versions >= 2.1 have an issue where 3rd parties can retrieve member passwords from the server.
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