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RedHat: CUPS multiple vulnerabilities  13 January 2003 
A number of vulnerabilities have been discovered in CUPS, Common Unix Printing System.
 
RedHat: libpng buffer overflow vulnerability  13 January 2003 
Unpatched versions of libpng <=1.2.1 do not correctly calculate offsets, which leads to a buffer overflow and the possibility of arbitrary code execution.
 
RadHat: ethereal multiple vulnerabilities  09 January 2003 
Updated Ethereal packages are available which fix various security issues.
 
RedHat: cyrus-sasl buffer overflow vulnerability  07 January 2003 
Insufficient buffer length checking in user name canonicalization. This issue would be hard to exploit, but would allow a remote user to execute arbitrary code on the system.
 
RedHat: pine denial of service vulnerability  03 January 2003 
Pine did not allocate enough memory for the parsing and escaping of the "From" header, allowing a carefully crafted email to cause a buffer overflow on the heap.
 
RedHat: Net-SNMP multiple vulnerabilities  17 December 2002 
The Net-SNMP packages shipped with Red Hat Linux 8.0 contain several bugs including a remote denial of service vulnerability.
 
RedHat: fetchmail remote code execution vulnerability  17 December 2002 
This bug allows a remote attacker to crash Fetchmail and potentially execute arbitrary code by sending a carefully crafted email which is then parsed by Fetchmail.
 
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