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Mandrake: chfn Privilege escalation vulnerability  11 August 2002 
In chfn, using a carefully crafted attack sequence, an attacker can exploit a complex file locking and modification race that would allow them to make changes to the /etc/passwd file.
Mandrake: mod_ssl off-by-one  09 August 2002 
A mod_ssl off-by-one error was discovered dealing with the handling of older configuration directorives. A malicious user could potentially execute arbitrary commands as the apache user or execute a DoS against the apache child processes.
Mandrake: OpenSSL Multiple vulnerabilities  07 August 2002 
An audit of the OpenSSL code by A.L. Digital Ltd and The Bunker, under the DARPA program CHATS, discovered a number of vulnerabilities in the OpenSSL code that are all potentially remotely exploitable.
Mandrake: mm  30 July 2002 
There is a temporary file vulnerability in the mm library which is used by the Apache webserver. This vulnerability can be exploited to obtain root privilege if shell access to the apache user (typically apache or nobody) is already obtained.
Mandrake: 'squid' Multiple vulnerabilities  17 July 2002 
Multiple squid vulnerabilities have been fixed in the latest version.
Mandrake: 'bind' Buffer overflow vulnerability  16 July 2002 
A buffer overflow vulnerability exists in different implementations of the DNS resolver libraries. A remote attacker able to sent malicious DNS responses could potentially exploit this vulnerability to execute arbitrary code or cause a DoS attack.
Mandrake: LPRng  05 July 2002 
LPRng, using the default configuration,the lpd daemon will accept job submissions from any remote host.
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