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Mandrake: fetchmail denial of service vulnerability  28 January 2003 
A vulnerability was discovered in all versions of fetchmail <6.2.0 that allows a remote attacker to crash fetchmail and potentially execute arbitrary code by sending carefully crafted email wihch is then parsed by fetchmail.
Mandrake: printer-drivers Multiple vulnerabilities  21 January 2003 
Multiple vulnerabilities including buffer overflows and a race condition allow a local attacker to empty or create any file on the filesystem.
Mandrake: dhcp Multiple vulnerabilities  21 January 2003 
According to CERT advisory CA-2003-01 a buffer overflow exists in the minires library embedded in ISC DHCPD versions 3.0 through 3.0.1RC10.
Mandrake: libpng buffer overflow vulnerability  21 January 2003 
A buffer overflow vulnerability was discovered in libpng due to a wrong calculation of some loop offset values.
Mandrake: CVS double free vulnerability  21 January 2003 
On servers which are configured to allow anonymous read-only access, this bug could be used by anonymous users to gain write privileges.
Mandrake: openldap multiple vulnerabilities  16 January 2003 
A review was completed by the SuSE Security Team on the OpenLDAP server software, and this audit revealed several buffer overflows and other bugs that remote attackers could exploit to gain unauthorized access to the system running the vulnerable OpenLDAP servers.
Mandrake: leafnode denial of service vulnerability  15 January 2003 
This vulnerability causes leafnode to go into an infinite loop with 100% CPU use when an article that has been crossposed to several groups, one of which is the prefix of another, is requested by it's Message-ID.
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