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Mandrake: 'mutt' format string vulnerability  19 March 2001 
A format string vulnerability was present in the IMAP code in versions of the mutt email client previous to 1.2.5.
Mandrake: 'sgml-tools' vulnerabilities  15 March 2001 
Insecure handling of temporary file permissions can lead to other users on a multi-user system being able to read the documents being converted.
Mandrake: 'sudo' buffer overflow  14 March 2001 
A buffer overflow exists in the sudo program which could be used by an attacker to obtain higher privileges.
Mandrake: 'Mesa' vulnerability  14 March 2001 
Ben Collins identified a temporary file race in the Utah-glx component of the Mesa package which affects Linux-Mandrake 7.2.
Mandrake: 'slrn' buffer overflow  09 March 2001 
A buffer overflow exists in versions of the slrn news reader prior to as reported by Bill Nottingham.
Mandrake: 'ePerl' buffer overflows  08 March 2001 
Several potential buffer overflows in the ePerl package have been found by Fumitoshi Ukai and Denis Barbier.
Mandrake: 'joe' vulnerability  06 March 2001 
A malicious user could create their own .joerc configuration file and attempt to get other users to use it.
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