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Apr 11 2002   OpenBSD 'rshd' Remote Shell Daemon May Let Remote Users Execute Commands As a Different User
Apr 11 2002   (Openbsd Issues Fix) OpenBSD '/usr/bin/mail' May Let Local Users Execute Commands With Root Privileges By Specifying a Malicious Crontab Entry
Apr 11 2002   OpenBSD '/usr/bin/mail' May Let Local Users Execute Commands With Root Privileges By Specifying a Malicious Crontab Entry
Mar 21 2002   (NetBSD Issues Fix) Re: FreeBSD, NetBSD, and OpenBSD TCP Implementation Errors Fail to Reject TCP Broadcast Connection Requests from Remote Users
Mar 21 2002   (OpenBSD Issues Fix) Re: FreeBSD, NetBSD, and OpenBSD TCP Implementation Errors Fail to Reject TCP Broadcast Connection Requests from Remote Users
Mar 19 2002   FreeBSD, NetBSD, and OpenBSD TCP Implementation Errors Fail to Reject TCP Broadcast Connection Requests from Remote Users
Feb 20 2002   (Vendor Releases Fix for OpenBSD 2.9) Re: OpenBSD Operating System Kernel Race Condition May Let a Local User Obtain Root Privileges on the Host
Jan 23 2002   OpenBSD Operating System Kernel Race Condition May Let a Local User Obtain Root Privileges on the Host
Dec 3 2001   OpenBSD UNIX Operating System Kernel Pipe() Error Lets Local Users Crash the Kernel
Nov 14 2001   OpenBSD pf(4) Packet Filter Function Can Be Crashed By Remote Users Sending Certain IPv6 ICMP Packets
Nov 14 2001   OpenBSD vi.recover Denial of Service Issue May Let Local Users Delete Zero-Length Files on the System
Sep 12 2001   (SGI Issues Fix) Several FTP Server Implementations Allow Remote Users to Obtain Root-Level Privileges on the Server
Sep 6 2001   OpenBSD nfs Kernel Buffer Overflow Lets Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code in Kernel Mode
Aug 7 2001   (Sun Issues Fix) Several FTP Server Implementations Allow Remote Users to Obtain Root-Level Privileges on the Server
Jul 19 2001   (HP Issues Fix) Several FTP Server Implementations Allow Remote Users to Obtain Root-Level Privileges on the Server
Jul 13 2001   Microsoft Windows 2000, Linux 2.4, NetBSD, FreeBSD, and OpenBSD May Let Remote Users Affect TCP Performance
Jun 16 2001   (Fix is Available) Re: OpenBSD Kernel Race Condition Lets Local Users Gain Root Level Privileges
Jun 14 2001   OpenBSD Kernel Race Condition Lets Local Users Gain Root Level Privileges
Jun 5 2001   OpenBSD Virtual File System Permits Race Conditions That Allow Local Users to Crash the Server or Potentially Obtain Root-Level Privileges
Apr 20 2001   (FreeBSD Issues Revised Fix Instructions) Re: Several FTP Server Implementations Allow Remote Users to Obtain Root-Level Privileges on the Server
Apr 18 2001   (FreeBSD Releases Fix) Re: Several FTP Server Implementations Allow Remote Users to Obtain Root-Level Privileges on the Server
Apr 17 2001   (Exploit Code for FreeBSD) Re: Several FTP Server Implementations Allow Remote Users to Obtain Root-Level Privileges on the Server
Apr 17 2001   (Exploit Code for OpenBSD) Re: Several FTP Server Implementations Allow Remote Users to Obtain Root-Level Privileges on the Server
Apr 10 2001   (CERT Issues Advisory) Re: Several FTP Server Implementations Allow Remote Users to Obtain Root-Level Privileges on the Server
Apr 10 2001   Several FTP Server Implementations Allow Remote Users to Obtain Root-Level Privileges on the Server


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