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Mandrake: xemacs vulnerability  24 May 2000 
Under some circumstances, users are able to snoop on other users' keystrokes.
 
Mandrake 7: fdmount buffer overflow  23 May 2000 
A vulnerability in fdmount will allow any user to exploit a buffer overflow.
 
Mandrake 7: xsoldier vulnerability  17 May 2000 
Buffer overflow in xsoldier exists and an update has been issued.
 
Mandrake 7.0: OpenLDAP  22 April 2000 
Local users can destroy the contents of any file on any mounted filesystem.
 
Mandrake: 2.2.x kernel are all affected by a networking security bug  12 January 2000 
Mandrake has released an updated kernel to address a network security bug.
 
Mandrake 6.0: gnomehack  13 December 1999 
An exploit (buffer overflow attack) has been found in this package.
 
Mandrake 6.1: lpr  13 December 1999 
A security hole has been found in the version of lpr shipped with Mandrake 6.1 that could allow users to print files for which they don't have read permissions.
 
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