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Mandrake: 'cfengine' vulnerability  13 October 2000 
There are a number of string format vulnerabilities in syslog() calls that can be abused to either make the cfengine program segfault and die or to execute arbitrary commands.
Mandrake: 'apache' update  12 October 2000 
There is a flaw in the mod_rewrite logic that allows an attacker to view arbitrary files on the server system if they contain regular expression references.
Mandrake: 'boa' vulnerability  11 October 2000 
There is a problem with versions of the boa web server prior to that make it possible to access files outside of the server's document root by the use of properly constructed URL requests.
Mandrake: 'openssh' vulnerability  10 October 2000 
A problem exists with openssh's scp program.
Mandrake: 'tmpwatch' vulnerability  07 October 2000 
Previous versions of tmpwatch contained a local denial of service and root exploits.
Mandrake: 'gnorpm' update  06 October 2000 
Versions of GnoRPM prior to 0.95 used files in the /tmp directory in an insecure manner.
Mandrake: 'lpr' vulnerability  05 October 2000 
There is a format string bug in lpr with its calls to the syslog facility.
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