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Advisory Date Subject
ESA-20030430-014 April 30, 2003 Multiple 'tcpdump' vulnerabilities.
ESA-20030515-015 May 15, 2003 'sudo' heap corruption vulnerability.
ESA-20030515-016 May 15, 2003 'gnupg' key validation bug.
ESA-20030515-017 May 15, 2003 'kernel' several bug and security-related fixes.
EBA-20030520-018 May 20, 2003 'swatch' incorrect value in default configuration.
EBA-20030521-019 May 21, 2003 PHP debugging and PEAR fixes.
ESA-20032407-018 July 24, 2003 This kernel update fixes several bugs and vulnerabilities.
ESA-20030804-019 August 04, 2003 Postfix remote denial of service vulnerability
ESA-20030806-020 August 06, 2003 There is a signal handler race denial-of-service vulnarebility in stunnel.
EBA-20030806-021 September 11, 2003 This version of stunnel correct bug which causes defunct processes in local mode.
ESA-20030911-022 September 11, 2003 The pine e-mail client may be exploited by a remote attacker by sending the victim a specially crafted email.
ESA-20030916-023 September 16, 2003 The OpenSSH daemon contains a potentially exploitable buffer management error.
ESA-20030918-024 September 18, 2003 The OpenSSH team discovered more buffer management bugs (fixed in OpenSSH 3.7.1) of the same type.
ESA-20030918-025 September 18, 2003 The MySQL daemon contains a buffer overflow which may be exploited by any user who has ALTER TABLE permissions.
ESA-20030924-026 September 24, 2003 The WebTool's User Password Changer contains an SSH passphrase disclosure vulnerability.
ESA-20030930-027 September 30, 2003 OpenSSL ASN.1 parsing vulnerability.
ESA-20031003-028 October 03, 2003 OpenSSL potential denial of service vulnerability.
ESA-20031104-029 November 04, 2003 OpenSSL ASN.1 parsing denial of service.
ESA-20031105-030 November 05, 2003 'apache' buffer overflow in mod_alias and mod_rewrite.
ESA-20031126-031 November 26, 2003 BIND cache poisoning vulnerability
ESA-20031204-032 December 04, 2003 'rsync' heap overflow vulnerability
ESA-20040105-001 January 05, 2004 'kernel' bug and security fixes
ESA-20040119-002 January 19, 2004 'tcpdump' multiple vulnerabilities
ESA-20040317-003 March 17, 2004 'openssl' Denial of Service vulnerabilities.
ESA-20040428-004 April 28, 2004 'kernel' Several security and bug fixes.
ESA-20040621-005 June 21, 2004 Multiple 'kernel' vulnerabilities

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