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Mandrake: 'kdelibs' vulnerability  18 June 2001 
A problem exists with the kdesu component of kdelibs.
Mandrake: 'tcpdump' buffer overflow  13 June 2001 
A number of remote buffer overflows were discovered in the tcpdump package that would allow a remote attack of the local tcpdump process.
Mandrake: 'xinetd' multiple vulnerabilities  11 June 2001 
A bug exists in xinetd as shipped with Mandrake Linux 8.0 dealing with TCP connections with the WAIT state that prevents linuxconf-web from working properly. As well, xinetd contains a security flaw in which it defaults to a umask of 0.
Mandrake: 'imap' buffer overflow vulnerabilities  11 June 2001 
Several buffer overflow vulnerabilities have been found in the UW-IMAP package by the authors and independant groups. These vulnerabilities can be exploited only once a user has authenticated which limits the extent of the vulnerability to a remote shell with that user's permissions.
Mandrake: 'gnupg' format string vulnerability  30 May 2001 
A format string vulnerability exists in gnupg 1.0.5 and previous versions which is fixed in 1.0.6. This vulnerability can be used to invoke shell commands with privileges of the currently logged-in user.
Mandrake: 'ncurses' buffer overflow vulnerability  26 May 2001 
Attackers could force a privileged application to use their own termcap file containing a special terminal entry which would trigger the overflow, allowing them to execute arbitrary code with the privileges of the exploited binary.
Mandrake: 'kdelibs' excessive permissions  26 May 2001 
kdelibs created a world-readable temporary file to exchange authentication information and delete it shortly after.
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