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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.
 
Mandrake: 'openssh' multiple fixes  22 May 2001 
Interoperability fixes and updated version now available.
 
Mandrake: 'samba' tmp file creation vulnerability  22 May 2001 
Samba was not creating temporary files safely which could allow local users to overwrite files that they may not have access to.
 
Mandrake: pine tmp file creation vulnerability  16 May 2001 
These issues allow any user with local system access to cause any files owned by any other user, including root, to potentially be overwritten if the conditions were right.
 
Mandrake: cups multiple vulnerabilities  14 May 2001 
This release resolves some postscript priting problems as well as a number of security issues.
 
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