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Mandrake: 'mc' vulnerability  12 December 2000 
cons.saver does not check if it is started with a valid stdout, which combined with a bug in its check to see if its argument is a tty
 
Mandrake: 'apcupsd' vulnerability  12 December 2000 
A problem exists with the apcupsd daemon. During startup, apcupsd creates a PID file in /var/run with the ID of the daemon process which is world writable.
 
Mandrake: 'ed' vulnerability  10 December 2000 
Alan Cox discovered that GNU ed (a classed line editor tool) creates temporary files unsafely.
 
Mandrake: 'bash1' vulnerability  28 November 2000 
The bash1 shell program has the same << vulnerability that tcsh has and incorrectly creates temporary files without the O_EXCL flag.
 
Mandrake: 'pine' vulnerability  27 November 2000 
By adding specific headers to messages, the pine mail reader could be made to exit with an error message when users attempted to manipulate mail folders containing those messages.
 
Mandrake: 'modutils' vulnerability  23 November 2000 
All 2.3.x versions of modutils (since March 12 1999) contain a vulnerability that can lead to a local root compromise.
 
Mandrake: 'ghostscript' vulnerability  22 November 2000 
The ghostscript package uses mktemp instead of mkstemp to create temporary files. It also uses improper LD_RUN_PATH values, which causes it to search for libraries in the current directory.
 
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