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OpenBSD 2.2: Problem with IPSEC communication  05 May 1998 
If IPSEC communication is attempted by starting photurisd(8) (which is disabled by default), a system crash may be evoked from remote if an attacker uses some classes of invalid packets.
 
OpenBSD 2.3: Vulnerabilities in IPSEC communication when starting photurished(8)  05 May 1998 
If IPSEC communication is attempted by starting photurisd(8) (which is disabled by default), a system crash may be evoked from remote if an attacker uses some classes of invalid packets.
 
OpenBSD 2.2: Buffer overrun problems in xterm  03 May 1998 
As stated in CERT advisory VB-98.04, there are buffer overrun problems in xterm related to the input-Method, preeditType, and *Keymap resources. Additional buffer overruns exist in the Xaw library related to the inputMethod and preeditType resources.
 
OpenBSD 2.3: Buffer overrun problems in xterm  29 April 1998 
As stated in CERT advisory VB-98.04, there are buffer overrun problems in xterm related to the input-Method, preeditType, and *Keymap resources. Additional buffer overruns exist in the Xaw library related to the inputMethod and preeditType resources.
 
OpenBSD 2.3: CD missing two fixes (powerpc)  22 April 1998 
The powerpc release shipped on the OpenBSD 2.3 CD does not contain two late fixes applied late in the release cycle.
 
OpenBSD 2.2: DNS-based vulnerability exists  22 April 1998 
A DNS-based vulnerability exists when uucpd is used. By default uucpd is not enabled in the OpenBSD releases, but some sites may have enabled it.
 
OpenBSD 2.2: Exploitable buffer mismangement exists in a subroutine  22 April 1998 
An exploitable buffer mismanagement exists in a subroutine used by lprm and lpd. The problem is exploitable by users on a particular machine if there is an entry in /etc/printcap which points at a remote printer.
 
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