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NetBSD: heimdal buffer overflow  22 October 2002 
In Heimdal releases earlier than 0.5.1 kadmind has a buffer overflow in the kerberos version 4 compatibility code.
NetBSD: IPsec kernel panic  22 October 2002 
The KAME-based IPsec implementation included in NetBSD was missing some packet length checks, and could be tricked into passing negative value as buffer length. By transmiting a specially-formed (very short) ESP packet, a malicious sender can cause a cause kernel panic on the victim node.
NetBSD: 'rogue' Elevated privileges vulnerability  08 October 2002 
There are several buffer overflows in the processing of saved gameswhen restarting rogue(6), that allow one to obtain group "games."
NetBSD: 'pic' Buffer overflow vulnerability  08 October 2002 
pic(1) had a buffer overrun in argument handling.The problem could be remotely exploited depending on lpd(8) setup.
NetBSD: libc/libresolve Buffer overflow  08 October 2002 
BIND-based DNS resolver did not allocate a sufficiently large receivememory buffer. Large DNS responses (even if valid) could overrun thebuffer, or could confuse DNS response parsing.
NetBSD: Sendmail arbitrary command execution  08 October 2002 
If smrsh (sendmail restricted shell) is in use with sendmail,local user can bypass access restrictions imposed by smrsh.
NetBSD: 'talkd' Buffer overflow vulnerability  08 October 2002 
Rogue talk client is able to cause talkd to overrun the buffer,and could be able to compromise root privilege of the machine running talkd.
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