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Mandrake: dhcp update  02 July 2000 
Remote exploit leading to root compromise on the host running dhcp client remotely.
 
Mandrake: wu-ftpd update  02 July 2000 
Wu-ftpd is vulnerable to a very serious remote attack in the SITE EXEC implementation.
 
Mandrake: 2.2.16 kernel update  23 June 2000 
Fix for recent capabilities security bug
 
Mandrake: Multiple Vulnerabilities  23 June 2000 
Updates available for bind, cdrecord, dump, fdutils, kdesu, xemacs, xlockmore
 
Mandrake: Xlockmore vulnerability  04 June 2000 
This update fixes a buffer overflow vulnerability that was present in xlock that permitted a user to view parts of the shadowed passwd file.
 
Mandrake: bind vulnerability  04 June 2000 
This updates bind to run as a normal user instead of root.
 
Mandrake: cdrecord buffer overflow  03 June 2000 
The linux cdrecord binary is vulnerable to a locally exploitable buffer overflow attack.
 
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