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Slackware: apache multiple vulnerabilities  04 November 2003 
These updates fix local vulnerabilities that could allow userswho can create or edit Apache config files to gain additionalprivileges.
Slackware: fetchmail denial of service vulnerability  28 October 2003 
These fix a vulnerability where a speciallycrafted email could crash fetchmail, preventing the user fromdownloading or forwarding their email.
Slackware: gdm multiple vulnerabilities  28 October 2003 
These updates fix two vulnerabilities which could allow a localuser to crash or freeze gdm, preventing access to the machine until areboot.
Slackware: openssl denial of service vulnerability  01 October 2003 
These fix problems with ASN.1 parsing whichcould lead to a denial of service. It is not known whether theproblems could lead to the running of malicious code on theserver, but it has not been ruled out.
Slackware: 'openssh' PAM vulnerability  23 September 2003 
Upgraded OpenSSH 3.7.1p2 packages are available for Slackware 8.1,9.0 and -current. This fixes security problems with PAMauthentication. It also includes several code cleanups from SolarDesigner.
Slackware: 'proftpd' vulnerability  23 September 2003 
Upgraded ProFTPD packages are available for Slackware 8.1, 9.0 and-current. These fix a security issue where an attacker could gaina root shell by downloading a specially crafted file.
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.
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