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Slackware: glibc vulnerabilities  05 September 2000 
Three locale-related vulnerabilities with glibc 2.1.3 were recentlyreported on BugTraq. These vulnerabilities could allow local users togain root access.
Slackware: 'suidperl' vulnerability.  03 September 2000 
A root exploit was found in the /usr/bin/suidperl5.6.0 program that shipped with the Slackware 7.1 perl.tgz package.
Slackware: wu-ftpd update  28 June 2000 
A remote exploit has been found in the FTP daemon, wu-ftpd. This can allow an attacker full access to your machine.
Slackware: /usr/bin/Mail buffer overflow  10 June 2000 
The sgid bit has been removed from this binary to prevent a potential security vulnerability.
Slackware: Kernel update  10 June 2000 
Capabilities and other security vulnerabilities have been discovered
Slackware: fdmount vulnerability  25 May 2000 
A buffer overflow condition exists with fdmount on Slackware.
Slackware 7.0 & -current: Lynx vulnerabilities  19 May 2000 
Versions of Lynx prior to 2.8.3pre.5 contained numerous security holes which could permit a malicious server to execute arbitrary code on the user's system.
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