Not critical

NetBSD buffer overrun in trek

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Release Date:  2002-10-24    Views:  6,745

Secunia Advisory SA7379

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Description


The game trek contains a locally exploitable buffer overflow, allowing local users to gain privileges of the "games" group, this allows a malicious user to alter highscore files and more


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