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From: email@example.com To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Sat, 8 Dec 2001 18:48:20 +0100 (CET)
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November Changelog Madness
<http://www.vulnwatch.org> Vulnwatch has reported that over 20
security-related issues have been found in November in different products.
The following is a highlighted summary of these security vulnerabilities,
and their corresponding versions.
- vBulletin 2.2.0
"source code audit by an independent 3rd party for security issues"
- Redirected Execution Tree 2.3
"A security hole was fixed"
- SLRN 0.9.7.3
"It also fixes some bugs and one security hole."
- panFora 1.4.0
"Login security was enhanced by making it much harder to hijack user
cookies" (does that mean it was possible to hijack user sessions in older
- DrvZ42 0.3.2 (Linux Lexmark printer driver)
"Support for photo cartridges and a small security fix to the z42 tool
- GrendelProject 0.4.2
"a few (possible) security bug fixes in the online building system"
- Xsu 0.2.1 (Gnome su interface)
"This version contains documentation fixes, manpage fixes, an option to
set the DISPLAY environment variable in Gnome Xsu, and some minor security
- D-Forum 1.11
"Better security checks were implemented" (does that mean there was a
problem with the old checks?)
- CryptNET-Keyserver 0.0.6
"A security bugfix for an SQL injection vulnerability"
- SILC server 0.6.3
"security fixes to the SKE"
- SILC client 0.6.5
"security fixes to the SKE"
- SILC tookit 0.6.2
"This version adds better debugging functionality, security fixes,..."
- mterm 0.4.1
"Buffer overflow problems were fixed and cursor positioning was adjusted."
(do the buffer overflow problems have security implications?)
- mailman 2.0.7
"Fixes for two obscured denial-of-service attacks"
- ripMIME 1.2.7
"This release corrects a buffer overflow situation with massive filenames"
- NinjaIRC 1.5.6
"Many bugfixes (including some security problems and segfaults)"
- Wireless tools 22
"a fix for possible buffer overflows"
- DansGuardian 2.2.1
"A large security hole that allowed users to simply type the IP of a
banned Web site to bypass the URL filtering was fixed"
- The Gallery 1.2.3
"A major security bugfix and many minor bugfixes were added"
- gbiff 3.0
"buffer overflows in the IMAP4 protocol have been fixed"
- HTML2WML 0.4.8b2
"A security issue has been corrected"
- NOCC 0.9.5
"A security fix"
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