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Slackware: 'apache' update  17 October 2000 
Several security problems have been found in the Apache web server software. It is recommended that all users of Apache upgrade to the latest stable release to fix these problems.
 
Slackware: 'wu-ftpd' update  29 September 2000 
A vulnerability involving an input validation error in the "site exec" command has recently been identified in the wu-ftpd program (CERT Advisory CA-2000-13).
 
Slackware: 'sysklogd' vunlerability  19 September 2000 
A string format / buffer overflow bug has been discovered in klogd, the kernel logging daemon.
 
Slackware: 'xchat' vulnerability  14 September 2000 
An input validation bug was found to affect Slackware Linux 7.0, 7.1, and -current.
 
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.
 
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