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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.
Slackware: GDM file permission vulnerability  25 August 2003 
This fixes a bug where a local user may read any system file by making a symlink to it from $HOME/.xsession-errors and using GDM's error browser to read the file.
Slackware: Konqueror Multiple vulnerabilities  01 August 2003 
Note that this update addresses a security problem in Konqueror which may cause authentication credentials to be leaked to an unintended website through the HTTP-referer header when they have been entered into Konqueror as a URL
Slackware: nfs-utils off-by-one overflow vulnerability  16 July 2003 
There is an off-by-one overflow in xlog() in the nfs-utils package.
Slackware: nfs-utils denial of service vulnerability  15 July 2003 
This fixes an off-by-one buffer overflow in xlog.c which could be used by an attacker to produce a denial of NFS service, or to execute arbitrary code.
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