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May 8 2001   (Debian Releases Fix) Re: gFTP Client May Allow Remote FTP Servers to Cause the FTP Client to Execute Arbitrary Code on the User's Host
Apr 28 2001   (Debian Releases Fix) Re: NEdit Nirvana Editor Uses Temporary Files Insecurely and Could Give Root Access to Local Users
Apr 23 2001   (Debian Releases Fix) Re: Sendfile SAFT File Transfer Daemon Allows Local Users to Execute Arbitrary Code with Root Privileges
Apr 23 2001   (Debian Releases Fix) Re: Netscape 4.76 Browser May Execute Arbitrary Javascript Code that Could Disclose Recently Visited Web URLs
Apr 19 2001   (Debain Releases Updated Fix) Re: Samba SMB Networking Software Allows Local Users to Destroy Data on Local Devices
Apr 19 2001   (Debian Releases Updated Fix) Re: Exuberant Ctags Programming Utility Creates Insecure Temporary Files
Apr 19 2001   (Debian Offers Fix) Re: Configurable Finger Daemon (cfingerd) Gives Remote Users Root-Level Privileges
Apr 18 2001   CrossWind's CyberScheduler Calendar and Scheduling Software Allows Remote Users to Execute Arbitrary Code on the Server
Apr 15 2001   Exuberant Ctags Programming Utility Creates Insecure Temporary Files
Apr 10 2001   (Debian Releases Fix) Re: The Network Time Protocol Daemon (ntpd) Allows Remote Users to Execute Arbitrary Code on the Server - Typically to Gain Root Privileges on the Server


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