The MITRE CVE dictionary describes this issue as:
Multiple buffer overflows in OpenLDAP2 (OpenLDAP 2) 2.2.0 and earlier allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via (1) long -t or -r parameters to slurpd, (2) a malicious ldapfilter.conf file that is not properly handled by getfilter functions, (3) a malicious ldaptemplates.conf that causes an overflow in libldap, (4) a certain access control list that causes an overflow in slapd, or (5) a long generated filename for logging rejected replication requests.
Red Hat security errata
|Red Hat Linux 6.2||RHSA-2003:040||February 06, 2003|
|Red Hat Linux 7.0||RHSA-2003:040||February 06, 2003|
|Red Hat Linux 7.1||RHSA-2003:040||February 06, 2003|
|Red Hat Linux 7.1||RHSA-2003:208||July 07, 2003|
|Red Hat Linux 7.2||RHSA-2003:040||February 06, 2003|
|Red Hat Linux 7.3||RHSA-2003:040||February 06, 2003|
|Red Hat Linux 8.0||RHSA-2003:040||February 06, 2003|
|Red Hat Linux Advanced Workstation 2.1||RHSA-2002:312||January 15, 2003|
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