pop3d contains a flaw that allows a malicious user to access arbitrary mail files. The issue is triggered due to the usage of mktmp() in order to create temporary files in /tmp. A local attacker can use this to read the mail currently being processed by the pop3d daemon. This flaw may lead to a loss of confidentiality.
(Description Provided by CVE) : SSH, as implemented in OpenSSH before 4.0 and possibly other implementations, stores hostnames, IP addresses, and keys in plaintext in the known_hosts file, which makes it easier for an attacker that has compromised an SSH user's account to generate a list of additional targets that are more likely to have the same password or key.
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