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Mandrake: krb5 buffer overflow vulnerability  29 October 2002 
A stack buffer overflow in the implementation of the Kerberos v4 compatibility administration daemon (kadmind4) in the krb5 package can be exploited to gain unauthorized root access to a KDC host.
Mandrake: mod_ssl XSS vulnerability  24 October 2002 
There is a cross-site scripting vulnerability in mod_ssl. This only affects servers using a combination of wildcard DNS and "UseCanonicalName off"
Mandrake: kdegraphics buffer overflow  24 October 2002 
KGhostView contains code from gv which is vulnerable to a similar buffer overflow triggered by malformed PostScript and PDF files.
Mandrake: tetex vulnerability  23 October 2002 
There is a vulnerability in dvips that would allow remote users with access to the printer to execute commands as the lp user through sending special print jobs to the printer.
Mandrake: gv/ggv buffer overflow  22 October 2002 
A buffer overflow was discovered in gv and can be exploited by an attacker sending a malformed PostScript or PDF file.
Mandrake: apache vulnerabilities  16 October 2002 
A number of vulnerabilities were discovered in Apache versions prior to 1.3.27.
Mandrake: tar directory traversal vulnerability  11 October 2002 
A directory traversal vulnerability exists in GNU tar that allows attackers to overwrite arbitrary files during extraction of the archive by using a ".." in an extracted filename.
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