Multiple vulnerabilities in fliccd, when installed setuid root as part
of the kdeedu Kstars support for Instrument Neutral Distributed
Interface (INDI) in KDE 3.3 to 3.3.2, allow local users and remote
attackers to execute arbitrary code via stack-based buffer overflows.
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BUGTRAQ:20050215 [KDE Security Advisory] Buffer overflow in fliccd of kdeedu/kstars/indi
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