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Slackware: 'wu-ftpd' vulnerability  23 September 2003 
Upgraded WU-FTPD packages are available for Slackware 9.0 and-current. These fix a problem where an attacker could use aspecially crafted filename in conjunction with WU-FTPD'sconversion feature to execute arbitrary commands on the server.
 
Slackware: sendmail multiple vulnerabilities  17 September 2003 
There are multiple vulnerabilities in the sendmail package.
 
Slackware: openssh buffer management errors  17 September 2003 
These packages fix additional buffer managementerrors that were not corrected in the recent 3.7p1 release.
 
Slackware: openssh Buffer management error  16 September 2003 
These fix a buffer management error found in versions ofOpenSSH earlier than 3.7. The possibility exists that this errorcould allow a remote exploit, so we recommend all sites runningOpenSSH upgrade to the new OpenSSH package immediately.
 
Slackware: pine arbitrary code execution vulnerability  11 September 2003 
Upgraded pine packages are available for Slackware 8.1, 9.0 and- -current.
 
Slackware: inetd denial of service vulnerability  09 September 2003 
These updates fix a previously hard-coded limit of 256connections-per-minute, after which the given service is disabledfor ten minutes.
 
Slackware: unzip directory traversal vulnerability  26 August 2003 
These fix a security issue where a specially crafted archive mayoverwrite files (including system files anywhere on the filesystem)upon extraction by a user with sufficient permissions.
 
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