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Mandrake: 'exmh' temp file vulnerability  26 January 2001 
All versions of exmh prior to 2.3.1 use the /tmp directory for storing temporary files. Unfortunately, these files are created in an insecure fashion.
Mandrake: 'MySQL' & 'php' vulnerabilities  22 January 2001 
Anyone with a MySQL account potentially can get the crypted password from the mysql.user table.
Mandrake: 'php' vulnerability  18 January 2001 
Multiple remote vulnerabilities exist with previous versions of php on Mandrake.
Mandrake: 'glibc' vulnerability  18 January 2001 
A malicious user could preload some library and create or overwrite a file he would not normally have permission to.
Mandrake: 'wu-ftpd' vulnerability  14 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: 'linuxconf' vulnerability  14 January 2001 
WireX discovered a potential temporary file race problem in the vpop3d program in the linuxconf package.
Mandrake: 'mgetty' temp file vulnerability  11 January 2001 
WireX discovered a potential temporary file race condition in the mgetty program. All versions of mgetty prior to 1.1.24 are vulnerable.
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