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Slackware: samba buffer overflow vulnerability  08 April 2003 
This vulnerability, if exploited correctly, leads to an anonymous user gaining root access on a Samba serving system.
 
Slackware: Mutt buffer overflow vulnerability  30 March 2003 
This issue may allow a remoteattacker controlling a malicious IMAP server to execute code onyour machine as the user running mutt if you connect to the IMAPserver using mutt.
 
Slackware: sendmail Buffer overflow vulnerability  30 March 2003 
The sendmail packages in Slackware 8.0, 8.1, and 9.0 have been patchedto fix a security problem. Note that this vulnerablity is NOT the sameone that was announced on March 3rd and requires a new fix.
 
Slackware: samba Buffer overflow vulnerability  16 March 2003 
The samba packages in Slackware 8.1 and -current have been patched to fixa security problem. All sites running samba should upgrade.
 
Slackware: sendmail remote exploit  04 March 2003 
A remote vulnerability exists that can result in commands can be executed with administrative privileges.
 
Slackware: cvs double free vulnerability  23 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.
 
Slackware: dhcp multiple vulnerabilities  20 January 2003 
Upgraded to dhcp-3.0pl2, which fixes several buffer overflow vulnerabilities, including some which may allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code on affected systems, though no exploits are known yet.
 
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