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Slackware: mod_ssl timing based attack vulnerability  22 May 2003 
This version provides RSA blinding by default which prevents an extended timing analysis from revealing details of the secret key to an attacker.
 
Slackware: gnupg key validation bug  22 May 2003 
A key validation bug which results in all user IDs on a given key being treated with the validity of the most-valid user ID on that key has been fixed with the release of GnuPG 1.2.2.
 
Slackware: glibc buffer overflow vulnerability  22 May 2003 
An integer overflow in the xdrmem_getbytes() function found in the glibc library has been fixed.
 
Slackware: epic4 multiple vulnerabilities  22 May 2003 
New EPIC4 packages are available to fix security problems found by Timo Sirainen.
 
Slackware: bitchx multiple vulnerabilities  22 May 2003 
Timo Sirainen discovered several overflow problems in BitchX.
 
Slackware: kde3 pdf/ps buffer overflow vulnerability  18 April 2003 
New KDE 3.1.1a packages are available for Slackware 9.0 which fix a security problem with the handling of PS and PDF documents.
 
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.
 
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