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Mandrake: 'cups' Remote buffer overflow vulnerability  15 February 2002 
The authors of CUPS, the Common UNIX Printing System, have found apotential buffer overflow bug in the code of the CUPS daemon where itreads the names of attributes. This affects all versions of CUPS.
Mandrake: 'ucd-snmp' Multiple remote vulnerabilities  15 February 2002 
These packages prevent possible denial of service attacks and security breaches as discovered by the Oulu University Secure Programming Group.
Mandrake: 'openldap' Privilege violation  12 February 2002 
A vulnerability in the ldap server which could be exploited by remote attackers to delete attributes from an object even if those attributes were protected by ACLs.
Mandrake: 'groff' Buffer overflow  08 February 2002 
An exploitable buffer overflow in groff's preprocessor has been fixed.
Mandrake SNF: 'gzip' Multiple vulnerabilities  31 January 2002 
There are two problems with the gzip archiving program; the first is a crash when an input file name is over 1020 characters, and the second is a buffer overflow that could be exploited if gzip is run on a server such as an FTP server.
Mandrake: 'enscript' Temporary file handling vulnerability  28 January 2002 
Updated enscript packages that fix insecure handling of temporary files are available.
Mandrake: 'rsync' Remote command execution  28 January 2002 
There exist several signedness bugs within the rsync program which allow remote attackers to write 0-bytes to almost arbitrary stack-locations, therefore being able to control the program flow and obtaining a shell remotely.
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