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Mandrake: 'openssh' access control bypass vulnerability  16 October 2001 
In some circumstances, the sshd server may not honor the "from=" option that can be associated with a key in a user's ~/.ssh/authorized_keys2 file if multiple keys are listed. This could allow key-based logins from hosts which should not be allowed access.
 
Mandrake: 'Zope' unauthorized access vulnerability  15 October 2001 
A new Zope hotfix is available that fixes a problem with DTML scripting as described in the README.txt of Hotfix_2001-09-28
 
Mandrake: 'kernel' devfs vulnerability  08 October 2001 
We are aware of the problem and are currently working on a solution. As a workaround, until an update becomes available, please boot with the devfs=nomount option.
 
Mandrake: 'uucp' privilege escalation vulnerability  21 September 2001 
Zen Parse discovered that an argument handling problem that exists in the uucp package can allow a local attacker to gain access to the uucp user or group.
 
Mandrake: 'apache' vulnerabilities  18 September 2001 
A problem exists with all Apache servers prior to version 1.3.19. The vulnerablity could allow directory indexing and path discovery on the vulnerable servers.
 
Mandrake: UPDATE: xloadimage buffer overflow  13 September 2001 
A buffer overflow exists in xli due to missing boundary checks. This could be triggered by an external attacker to execute commands on the victim's machine. An exploit is publically available.
 
Mandrake: 'xli' buffer overflow  31 August 2001 
A buffer overflow exists in xli due to missing boundary checks.
 
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