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Mandrake: sendmail smrsh vulnerability  29 November 2002 
A vulnerability was discovered in the sendmail MTA. There are two ways to exploit smrsh.
 
Mandrake: python tmp file vulnerability  26 November 2002 
A vulnerability was discovered in python in the way that the execvpe method from the os.py module uses a temporary file name.
 
Mandrake: samba password buffer overflow vulnerability  26 November 2002 
There was a bug in the length checking for encrypted password change requests from clients.
 
Madrake: ypserv memory leak vulnerability  19 November 2002 
A memory leak that could be triggered remotely was discovered in ypserv.
 
Mandrake: bind multiple vulnerabilities  14 November 2002 
The security research company ISS (Internet Security Services) has discovered several vulnerabilities in the BIND8 name server, including a remotely exploitable buffer overflow.
 
Mandrake: nss_ldap DNS buffer overflow  09 November 2002 
A buffer overflow vulnerability exists in nss_ldap. nss_ldap does not check that the data returned by the DNS query will fit into an internal buffer, thus exposing it to an overflow.
 
Mandrake: perl-MailTools arbitrary command execution vulnerability  09 November 2002 
This package contains a security hole which allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary commands in certain circumstances.
 
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