Multiple stack-based buffer overflows in (1) University of Washington
IMAP Toolkit 2002 through 2007c, (2) University of Washington Alpine
2.00 and earlier, and (3) Panda IMAP allow (a) local users to gain
privileges by specifying a long folder extension argument on the
command line to the tmail or dmail program; and (b) remote attackers
to execute arbitrary code by sending e-mail to a destination mailbox
name composed of a username and '+' character followed by a long
string, processed by the tmail or possibly dmail program.
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