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Mandrake: xpdf buffer overflow vulnerability  10 January 2003 
The pdftops filter found in both the xpdf and CUPS packages suffers from an integer overflow that can be exploited to gain the privilege of the victim user.
 
Mandrake: MySQL multiple vulnerabilities  19 December 2002 
Two vulnerabilities were discovered in all versions of MySQL prior to 3.23.53a and 4.0.5a by Stefan Esser.
 
Mandrake: apache mutliple vulnerabilties  19 December 2002 
A number of vulnerabilities were discovered in Apache versions prior to 1.3.27.
 
Mandrake: wget ftp file write vulnerability  12 December 2002 
A vulnerability in all versions of wget prior to and including 1.8.2 was discovered.
 
Mandrake: UPDATE: python tmp file vulnerability  11 December 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: 'pine' Buffer overflow vulnerability  03 December 2002 
A vulnerability was discovered in pine while parsing and escaping characters of email addresses; not enough memory is allocated for storing the escaped mailbox part of the address.
 
Mandrake: 'WindowMake' Buffer overflow vulnerability  03 December 2002 
A function used to load images, for example when configuring a new background image or previewing themes, contains a buffer overflow.
 
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