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Slackware: 'rsync' Remote command execution  26 January 2002 
There exist several signedness bugs within the rsync program which allow remote attackers to write 0-bytes to almost arbitrary stack-locations, therefore being able to control the programflow and obtaining a shell remotely.
 
Slackware: Multiple updates  22 January 2002 
New packages are now available to address security issues with the atscheduler program (found in Slackware 8.0's bin.tgz package), sudo, andxchat.
 
Slackware: 'Pine' update fixes insecure URL-handling  13 January 2002 
Pine 4.44 packages are now available to fix a problem with insecure URLhandling.
 
Slackware: 'glibc' glob overflow patched  13 January 2002 
A buffer overflow has been found in the glob(3) function in glibc.Fixed packages for Slackware 8.0 are now available.
 
Slackware: 'mutt' Remote buffer overflow  08 January 2002 
An exploitable overflow has been found in the address handling code of themutt mail client version 1.2.5i supplied with Slackware 8.0.
 
Slackware: 'sendmail' input validation vulnerability  27 August 2001 
This problem can be exploited by local users to gain rootaccess. It is not exploitable by remote attackers without shell access.
 
Slackware: 'xntp3' buffer overflow  09 April 2001 
The version of xntp3 that shipped with Slackware 7.1 as well as the version that was in Slackware -current contains a buffer overflow bug that could lead to a root compromise.
 
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