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Mandrake: 'pine' vulnerability  21 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: 'joe' symlink vulnerability  21 November 2000 
When exiting joe in a non-standard way (such as a system crash, closing an xterm, or a network connection going down), joe will unconditionally append its open buffers to the file DEADJOE.
 
Mandrake: 'modutils' vulnerability  16 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: 'CUPS' vulnerability  16 November 2000 
A problem existed with previous versions of CUPS that made CUPS printers accessible from anywhere on the internet.
 
Mandrake: 'openssh' vulnerability  15 November 2000 
A vulnerability exists with all versions of OpenSSH prior to 2.3.0 with regards to the X11 forwarding and ssh-agent.
 
Mandrake: 'tcsh' vulnerability  14 November 2000 
A vulnerability exists with tcsh when using the in-here documents with the << syntax.
 
Mandrake: 'bind' update  10 November 2000 
A vulnerability exists with the bind nameserver dealing with compressed zone transfers.
 
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