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Here you'll find the latest security advisories from Debian. Our database currently contains 3782 Debian security advisories.
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New lxr packages fix information disclosure | DSA 264-1 | March 19, 2003
Upstream developers of lxr, a general hypertext cross-referencing tool, have been alerted of a vulnerability that allows a remote attacker to read arbitrary files on the host system as user www-data.

New krb5 packages fix several vulnerabilitieseveral vulnerabilities | DSA 266-1 | March 17, 2003
Several vulnerabilities have been discovered in krb5, an implementation of MIT Kerberos.

Samba security fix | DSA-262-1 | March 15, 2003
Sebastian Krahmer of the SuSE security audit team found two problems in samba, a popular SMB/CIFS implementation.

tcpdump packages fix denial of service vulnerability | DSA 263-1 | March 15, 2003
Al Viro and Alan Cox discovered several maths overflow errors in NetPBM, a set of graphics conversion tools. These programs are not installed setuid root but are often installed to prepare data for pr

New tcpdump packages fix denial of service vulnerability | DSA 261-1 | March 14, 2003
A problem has been discovered in tcpdump, a powerful tool for network monitoring and data acquisition. An attacker is able to send a specially crafted RADIUS network packet which causes tcpdump to en

New file package fixes buffer overflow | DSA-260-1 | March 13, 2003
iDEFENSE discovered a buffer overflow vulnerability in the ELF format parsing of the "file" command, one which can be used to execute arbitrary code with the privileges of the user running the command

qpopper user privilege escalation | DSA-259-1 | March 12, 2003
Florian Heinz posted to the Bugtraq mailing list an exploit for qpopper based on a bug in the included vsnprintf implementation. The sample exploit requires a valid user account and password, and ove

New ethereal packages fix arbitrary code execution | DSA 258-1 | March 10, 2003
Georgi Guninski discovered a problem in ethereal, a network traffic analyzer. The program contains a format string vulnerability that could probably lead to execution of arbitrary code.

Sendmail remote exploit | DSA 257-1 | March 04, 2003
Mark Dowd of ISS X-Force found a bug in the header parsing routines of sendmail: it could overflow a buffer overflow when encountering addresses with very long comments.

Sendmail-wide buffer overflow | DSA-257-2 | March 04, 2003
Mark Dowd of ISS X-Force found a bug in the header parsing routines of sendmail: it could overflow a buffer when encountering addresses specially crafted addresses.

sendmail remote exploit | DSA-257-1 | March 04, 2003

New mhc-utils packages fix predictable temporary file | DSA 256-1 | February 28, 2003
It has been discovered that adb2mhc from the mhc-utils package. The default temporary directory uses a predictable name. This adds a vulnerability that allows a local attacker to overwrite arbitra

New tcpdump packages fix denial of service vulnerability | DSA 255-1 | February 28, 2003
Andrew Griffiths and iDEFENSE Labs discovered a problem in tcpdump, a powerful tool for network monitoring and data acquisition. An attacker is able to send a specially crafted network packet which

New NANOG traceroute packages fix buffer overflow | DSA 254-1 | February 27, 2003

New slocate packages fix local root exploit | DSA 252-1 | February 21, 2003

New CUPS packages fix wrong libPNG dependency | DSA 232-2 | February 17, 2003

New w3m packages fix cookie information leak | DSA 251-1 | February 14, 2003

New w3mmee-ssl packages fix cookie information leak | DSA 250-1 | February 13, 2003

New w3mmee packages fix cookie information leak | DSA 249-1 | February 11, 2003

New courier packages fix SQL injection | DSA 247-1 | January 30, 2003

New dhcp3 packages fix potential network flood | DSA 245-1 | January 28, 2003

New noffle packages fix buffer overflows | DSA 244-1 | January 27, 2003

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