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Posted by Bill Keys   
Previous versions of the gimp package allowed user-complicit arbitrary code execution at the permission level of the user running gimp (usually non-root) via a specially crafted .RAS file.
Foresight Linux Essential Advisory: 2007-0015-1
Published: 2007-04-30

Rating: Minor

Updated Versions:
     gimp=/foresight.rpath.org at fl:1-devel//1/2.3.16-2-1
     group-dist=/foresight.rpath.org at fl:1-devel//1/1.2.1-0.3-3

References:
     https://issues.rpath.com/browse/RPL-1318
     http://secunia.com/advisories/25012/
     http://milw0rm.com/exploits/3801

Description:
     Previous versions of the gimp package allowed user-complicit arbitrary code 
execution at the permission level of the user running gimp (usually non-root) 
via a specially crafted .RAS file.
 
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