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RedHat: OpenLDAP multiple vulnerabilities  06 February 2003 
In an audit of OpenLDAP by SuSE, a number of potential security issues were found.
 
RedHat: PHP buffer overflow vulnerability  05 February 2003 
A heap-based buffer overflow was found in the wordwrap() function in PHP versions after 4.1.2 and before 4.3.0.
 
RedHat: kernel 2.4 ehternet vulnerability  04 February 2003 
Multiple ethernet Network Interface Card (NIC) device drivers do not pad frames with null bytes, which allows remote attackers to obtain information from previous packets or kernel memory by using malformed packets.
 
RedHat: kerberos arbitrary command execution vulnerability  31 January 2003 
A problem has been found in the Kerberos ftp client.
 
RedHat: python tmp file vulnerability  21 January 2003 
Zack Weinberg discovered that os._execvpe from os.py in Python <=2.2.1 creates temporary files with predictable names.
 
RedHat: CVS double free vulnerability  20 January 2003 
On servers which are configured to allow anonymous read-only access, this bug could be used by anonymous users to gain write privileges.
 
RedHat: vim command execution vulnerability  16 January 2003 
Georgi Guninski found that these comments can be carefully crafted in order to call external programs. This could allow an attacker to create a text file such that when it is opened arbitrary commands are executed.
 
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