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NetBSD: sendmail buffer overflow vulnerabilities  10 October 2003 
Fix a buffer overflow in address parsing. However, a remote exploit of the sendmail (smmsp - Sendmail MessageSubmission Program) uid could lead to opportunities to apply localexploits to further elevate privileges.
NetBSD: XFree86 font buffer overflow vulnerabilities  10 October 2003 
There is an integer overflow in the XFree86 font libraries, which could lead topotential privilege escalation and/or remote code execution.
NetBSD: sysctl multiple vulnerabilities  17 September 2003 
Three unrelated problems with inappropriate argument handling werefound in the kernel sysctl code, which could be exploited bymalicious local user.
NetBSD: kernel memory disclosure vulnerability  17 September 2003 
The iBCS2 system call translator for statfs erroneously used theuser-supplied length parameter when copying a kernel data structureinto userland.
NetBSD: openssh buffer overflow vulnerability  17 September 2003 
A buffer overwrite with unknown consequences has been found in OpenSSH.
NetBSD: libc off-by-one vulnerability  04 August 2003 
In the library function realpath, there was a string manipulationmistake which could lead to 1-byte buffer overrun.
NetBSD: core denial of service vulnerability  04 August 2003 
It is possible to crash an OSI connected system remotely by sending ita carefully prepared OSI networking packet.
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