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NetBSD-SA1999-001 select(2)/accept(2) race condition in TCP servers  10 January 2000 
select(2)/accept(2) race condition in TCP servers
NetBSD-SA1999-002 netstat(1) problems  10 January 2000 
Security problem with netstat
NetBSD-SA1999-003 wu-ftpd(8) package problems  10 January 2000 
Security problems in wu-ftpd package fixed
NetBSD-SA1999-004 traceroute(1) problems  10 January 2000 
traceroute can create untraceable packet floods
NetBSD-SA1999-005 lsof(1) package problems  10 January 2000 
Security problem in lsof package fixed.
NetBSD-SA1999-006 umapfs problems  10 January 2000 
Security hole in umapfs
NetBSD-SA1999-007 mount(2) problems  10 January 2000 
noexec mount flag is not properly handled by non-root mount
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