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Slackware: 'sudo' buffer overflow  26 February 2001 
Sudo 1.6.3p6 is now available for Slackware 7.1 and Slackware -current. This release fixes a known buffer overflow.
 
Slackware: 'bind' vulnerabilities  30 January 2001 
Multiple vulnerabilities exist in the versions of BIND found in Slackware7.1 and -current.
 
Slackware: 'glibc' vulnerability  11 January 2001 
glibc-2.2 contains a local vulnerability that affects all setuid rootbinaries.
 
Slackware: 'bind' DoS  11 November 2000 
BIND version 8.2.2-P5 has a denial of service bug.
 
Slackware: 'pine' update  10 November 2000 
Pine versions 4.21 and before contain a buffer overflow vulnerability which allows a remote user to execute arbitrary code on the local client by the sending of a special-crafted email message.
 
Slackware: local /tmp vulnerability  25 October 2000 
A local /tmp bug in the /usr/sbin/ppp-off program was found.
 
Slackware: 'xlockmore' update  24 October 2000 
A root exploit has been found in xlockmore packaged with Slackware.
 
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