Buffer overflow in the glob implementation (glob.c) in libc in
NetBSD-current before 20050914, NetBSD 2.* and 3.* before 20061203,
and Apple Mac OS X before 2007-004, as used by the FTP daemon and
tnftpd, allows remote authenticated users to execute arbitrary code
via a long pathname that results from path expansion.
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FULLDISC:20061201 NetBSD FTPD and ports ***REMOTE ROOOOOT HOLE***
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