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Mandrake: 'proftpd' DoS  09 February 2001 
The ProFTPD FTP server has problems with memory leaking that could be used in a DoS attack, as reported by Wojciech Purczynski.
 
Mandrake: 'cups' DoS  01 February 2001 
A problem exists in all versions of CUPS prior to 1.1.5 with the httpGets() function.
 
Mandrake: 'xemacs' vulnerability  01 February 2001 
Previous versions of XEmacs had a problem with the gnuserv application. Versions prior to 21.1.14 could allow arbitrary code to be executed by overrunning the magic cookie buffer.
 
Mandrake: 'kdesu' vulnerability  01 February 2001 
During authentication, kdesu does not verify the identity of the listener on the other end, which can allow attackers to obtain the root password.
 
Mandrake: 'bind' vulnerabilities  29 January 2001 
Four problems exists in all versions of ISC BIND 4.9.x prior to 4.9.8 and 8.2.x prior to 8.2.3 (9.x is not affected).
 
Mandrake: 'webmin' tmp file vulnerability  26 January 2001 
Previous versions of webmin would create temporary files insecurely on several occasions.
 
Mandrake: 'MySQL' vulnerability  26 January 2001 
A security problem exists in all versions of MySQL after 3.23.2 and prior to 3.23.31. The problem is that the SHOW GRANTS command could be executed by any user.
 
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