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Mandrake: 'openssh' Privilege escalation vulnerability  14 December 2001 
The new OpenSSH 3.0.2 fixes a vulnerability in the UseLogin option. By default, Mandrake Linux does not enable UseLogin, but if the administrator enables it, local users are able to pass environment variables to the login process.
 
Mandrake: 'passwd' Missing MD5 support  13 December 2001 
The default pam files for the passwd program did not include support for md5 passwords, thus any password changes or post-install added users would not have md5 passwords.
 
Mandrake: 'postfix' Remote DoS vulnerability  30 November 2001 
A remote attacker could execute a Denial of Service attack on it.
 
Mandrake: UPDATE 'apache'  28 November 2001 
Multiple vulnerabilities in the latest version of Apache have been fixed.
 
Mandrake: UPDATE: 'kernel' multiple vulnerabilities  26 November 2001 
The previous advisory was missing the md5sums for the lm_utils packages. The md5sums are now included in the package list.
 
Mandrake: 'kernel' devfs vulnerability  23 November 2001 
As a workaround, until an update becomes available, please boot with the devfs=nomount option.
 
Mandrake: 'kernel22' DoS vulnerability  23 November 2001 
The ptrace vulnerability could be used by local users to gain root privilege, the symlink vulnerability could result in a local DoS.
 
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