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Mandrake: 'wu-ftpd' vulnerability  11 January 2001 
WireX discovered a temporary file creation bug in the 2.6.1 release of wu-ftpd. The problem exists in the privatepw helper program.
 
Mandrake: 'sdiff' vulnerability  11 January 2001 
WireX discovered a potential temporary file race condition in the sdiff program within the diffutils package.
 
Mandrake: 'emacs' vulnerability  02 January 2001 
A vulnerability exists in Emacs 20.6 and prior that allows any user on a multiuser system to eavesdrop on, or forge responses to, an Emacs client.
 
Mandrake: rp-pppoe vulnerability  19 December 2000 
Versions prior to 2.5 have a security problem that, when exploited, causes the connection to be dropped.
 
Mandrake: slocate vulnerability  19 December 2000 
Previous versions can be exploited to trick slocate into executing arbitrary code by pointing it to a carefully crafted database.
 
Mandrake: 'Zope' vulnerability  16 December 2000 
There is an issue involving security registration of "legacy" names for certain object constructors such as the constructors for DTML Method Objects.
 
Mandrake: 'pam' vulnerabiliy [UPDATED]  16 December 2000 
The pam_localuser module, which is a part of the pam package, contains a buffer overflow vulnerability. Update:The pam packages for 7.2 had a dependency problem with kdebase due to the version number.
 
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