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OpenBSD: 'ftpd' buffer overflow  19 December 2000 
A relatively obscure one-byte buffer overflow bug present in ftpd(8) turnsout to be a serious problem, yielding remote users root access undercertain conditions.
OpenBSD: libutil format string vulnerability  04 October 2000 
Format string vulnerability in libutil pw_error(3) function
OpenBSD/NetBSD: mopd buffer overflow  08 August 2000 
Buffer overflow exists in the Maintenance Operations Protocol loader daemon
OpenBSD: Xlockmore vulnerability  29 May 2000 
xlockmore has a localhost attack against it which allows recovery of the encrypted hash of the root password.
OpenBSD 2.7: ipf vulnerability  29 May 2000 
A misuse of ipf(8) keep-state rules can result in firewall rules being bypassed.
OpenBSD 2.6: Potential procfs vulnerability  20 January 2000 
Systems running with procfs enabled and mounted are vulnerable to having the stderr output of setuid processes directed onto a pre-seeked descriptor onto the stack in their own procfs memory.Note that procfs is not mounted by default in OpenBSD.
OpenBSD 2.6: at(1) Y2K Fix  09 January 2000 
The at(1) command was unable to parse some kinds of dates.
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