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NetBSD: sendmail buffer overflow vulnerability  04 April 2003 
There is a remotely exploitable vulnerability in sendmail that could allow an attacker to gain control of a vulnerable sendmail server.
NetBSD: kerberos cryptographic weakness  04 April 2003 
A cryptographic weakness in version 4 of the Kerberos protocol allows an attacker to use a chosen-plaintext attack to impersonate any principal in a realm.
NetBSD: zlib format string vulnerability  27 March 2003 
Privilege escalation in applications call using gzprintf().
NetBSD: openssl timing based attack  27 March 2003 
Cryptographic keys can be compromised remotely.
NetBSD: openssl cryptographic weakness  27 March 2003 
Attacker can perform crypto operations using server's private keys.
NetBSD: libc buffer overflow vulnerability  27 March 2003 
The xdrmem_*() routines in libc are susceptible to integer overflows, that affect memory allocation in their local buffers.
NetBSD: file Buffer overflow  12 March 2003 
If file(1) is run over a specially constructed ELF file, an exploitablestack overflow occurs and attackers can gain the privileges of the userrunning file(1).
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