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May 19 2003   (Debian Issues Fix) Sendmail Temporary File Flaw May Let Local Users Gain Elevated Privileges
May 19 2003   Sendmail Temporary File Flaw May Let Local Users Gain Elevated Privileges
Apr 18 2003   (Debian Issues Fix for 'sendmail-wide') Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Addresses May Let Remote or Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code With Root Privileges
Apr 10 2003   (Sun Issues Fix) Re: Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Addresses May Let Remote or Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code With Root Privileges
Apr 10 2003   (HP Issues Fix for MPE/iX) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Addresses May Let Remote or Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code With Root Privileges
Apr 7 2003   (HP Issues Fix for Tru64) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Addresses May Let Remote or Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code With Root Privileges
Apr 4 2003   (Debian Issues Revised Fix for 3.0) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Addresses May Let Remote or Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code With Root Privileges
Apr 4 2003   (Conectiva Issues Fix) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Addresses May Let Remote or Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code With Root Privileges
Apr 4 2003   (NetBSD Issues Fix) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Addresses May Let Remote or Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code With Root Privileges
Apr 4 2003   (Debian Issues Fix) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Addresses May Let Remote or Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code With Root Privileges
Apr 4 2003   (HP Issues Fix for HP/UX) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Addresses May Let Remote or Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code With Root Privileges
Apr 4 2003   (SCO Issues Fix for Caldera OpenLinux) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Addresses May Let Remote or Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code With Root Privileges
Apr 4 2003   (SGI Issues Fix) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Addresses May Let Remote or Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code With Root Privileges
Apr 2 2003   (IBM Issues Temporary Fixes) Re: Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Addresses May Let Remote or Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code With Root Privileges
Apr 2 2003   (SuSE Issues Fix) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Addresses May Let Remote or Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code With Root Privileges
Apr 1 2003   (Mandrake Issues Fix) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Addresses May Let Remote or Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code With Root Privileges
Apr 1 2003   (HP Issues Fix for MPE/iX) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Certain Header Comments May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code with Root Privileges
Mar 31 2003   (Red Hat Issues Fix) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Addresses May Let Remote or Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code With Root Privileges
Mar 31 2003   (OpenBSD Issues Fix) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Addresses May Let Remote or Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code With Root Privileges
Mar 31 2003   (OpenBSD Issues Fix for 3.2) Re: Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Addresses May Let Remote or Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code With Root Privileges
Mar 30 2003   (FreeBSD Issues Fix) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Addresses May Let Remote or Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code With Root Privileges
Mar 30 2003   (Slackware Issues Fix) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Addresses May Let Remote or Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code With Root Privileges
Mar 29 2003   Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Addresses May Let Remote or Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code With Root Privileges
Mar 13 2003   (Caldera Issues Fix for OpenServer) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Certain Header Comments May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code with Root Privileges
Mar 10 2003   (HP Issues Fix for VVOS) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Certain Header Comments May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code with Root Privileges
Mar 4 2003   (NetBSD Issues Fix) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Certain Header Comments May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code with Root Privileges
Mar 4 2003   (Mandrake Issues Fix) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Certain Header Comments May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code with Root Privileges
Mar 4 2003   (SuSE Issues Fix) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Certain Header Comments May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code with Root Privileges
Mar 4 2003   (Conectiva Issues Fix) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Certain Header Comments May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code with Root Privileges
Mar 4 2003   (Red Hat Issues Fix) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Certain Header Comments May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code with Root Privileges
Mar 4 2003   (Apple Issues Fix) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Certain Header Comments May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code with Root Privileges
Mar 4 2003   (HP Issues Fix for HP-UX) Re: Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Certain Header Comments May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code with Root Privileges
Mar 4 2003   (HP Issues Fix for Tru64) Re: Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Certain Header Comments May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code with Root Privileges
Mar 4 2003   (Sun Issues Fix) Re: Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Certain Header Comments May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code with Root Privileges
Mar 4 2003   (SGI Issues Fix) Re: Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Certain Header Comments May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code with Root Privileges
Mar 4 2003   (IBM Issues Fix) Re: Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Certain Header Comments May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code with Root Privileges
Mar 4 2003   (Slackware Issues Fix) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Certain Header Comments May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code with Root Privileges
Mar 3 2003   (OpenBSD Issues Fix) Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Certain Header Comments May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code with Root Privileges
Mar 3 2003   Sendmail Buffer Overflow in Parsing Certain Header Comments May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code with Root Privileges
Dec 4 2002   Sendmail 'check_relay' E-mail Access Control Features Can Be Bypassed By Remote Users
Nov 13 2002   (FreeBSD Issues Fix) Sendmail Restricted Shell (smrsh) May Let Local Users Bypass Restrictions to Execute Code
Nov 7 2002   (OpenBSD Issues Fix) Re: Sendmail Restricted Shell (smrsh) May Let Local Users Bypass Restrictions to Execute Code
Oct 8 2002   (NetBSD Issues Fix) Re: Sendmail Restricted Shell (smrsh) May Let Local Users Bypass Restrictions to Execute Code
Oct 1 2002   Sendmail Restricted Shell (smrsh) May Let Local Users Bypass Restrictions to Execute Code
Aug 6 2002   (Conectiva Describes Solution) Sendmail Default File Permissions and Configuration Allows Local Users to Deny Service to Sendmail
Jun 26 2002   Sendmail Mail Server 'Theoretical' Buffer Overflow May Allow Remote Users to Execute Arbitrary Code
Jun 5 2002   (Apple Issues Fix) Re: Sendmail Command Line Debugging Validation Flaw Lets Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code and Gain Root Privileges
May 24 2002   Sendmail Default File Permissions and Configuration Allows Local Users to Deny Service to Sendmail
Dec 19 2001   (HP Issues Fix for HP Secure OS for Linux) Sendmail Command Line Debugging Validation Flaw Lets Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code and Gain Root Privileges
Nov 20 2001   (SGI Describes Workaround) Re: Sendmail Security Holes Let Local Users Obtain Elevated Privileges on the System, Access the E-mail Queue, and Cause Information Loss
Nov 8 2001   (Red Hat Issues Fix) Sendmail Security Holes Let Local Users Obtain Elevated Privileges on the System, Access the E-mail Queue, and Cause Information Loss
Nov 8 2001   (Caldera Issues Fix for OpenServer) Sendmail Security Holes Let Local Users Obtain Elevated Privileges on the System, Access the E-mail Queue, and Cause Information Loss
Oct 16 2001   (Caldera Issues Fix for OpenLinux) Sendmail Security Holes Let Local Users Obtain Elevated Privileges on the System, Access the E-mail Queue, and Cause Information Loss
Oct 2 2001   Sendmail Security Holes Let Local Users Obtain Elevated Privileges on the System, Access the E-mail Queue, and Cause Information Loss
Sep 11 2001   (Red Hat Issues Fix) Sendmail Command Line Debugging Validation Flaw Lets Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code and Gain Root Privileges
Sep 8 2001   (Mandrake Issues Fix) Sendmail Command Line Debugging Validation Flaw Lets Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code and Gain Root Privileges
Sep 8 2001   (FreeBSD Revises sendmail-crypto Upgrade) Sendmail Command Line Debugging Validation Flaw Lets Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code and Gain Root Privileges
Sep 7 2001   (NetBSD Issues Fix) Sendmail Command Line Debugging Validation Flaw Lets Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code and Gain Root Privileges
Aug 30 2001   (FreeBSD Issues Revised Fix) Sendmail Command Line Debugging Validation Flaw Lets Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code and Gain Root Privileges
Aug 27 2001   (FreeBSD Issues Fix) Sendmail Command Line Debugging Validation Flaw Lets Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code and Gain Root Privileges
Aug 27 2001   (Slackware Issues Fix) Re: Sendmail Command Line Debugging Validation Flaw Lets Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code and Gain Root Privileges
Aug 27 2001   (Caldera Issues Fix for OpenLinux) Sendmail Command Line Debugging Validation Flaw Lets Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code and Gain Root Privileges
Aug 27 2001   (Immunix Issues Fix) Sendmail Command Line Debugging Validation Flaw Lets Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code and Gain Root Privileges
Aug 25 2001   (Conectiva Issues Fix) Sendmail Command Line Debugging Validation Flaw Lets Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code and Gain Root Privileges
Aug 24 2001   (SuSE Issues Fix) Sendmail Command Line Debugging Validation Flaw Lets Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code and Gain Root Privileges
Aug 22 2001   (OpenBSD Issues Fix) Re: Sendmail Command Line Debugging Validation Flaw Lets Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code and Gain Root Privileges
Aug 21 2001   Sendmail Command Line Debugging Validation Flaw Lets Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code and Gain Root Privileges
May 29 2001   (Fix Is Available) Re: Sendmail Signal Handling Race Conditions May Allow Local Users to Modify the Heap and Cause Denial of Service
May 29 2001   Sendmail Signal Handling Race Conditions May Allow Local Users to Modify the Heap and Cause Denial of Service


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