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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.
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).
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