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Multiple buffer overflows in SLMail allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via (1) a long EHLO argument to slmail.exe, (2) a long XTRN argument to slmail.exe, (3) a long string to POPPASSWD, or (4) a long password to the POP3 server.
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