|Vulnerability||Severity Score||Release Date||Summary|
|CVE-2002-1715||7.2||Dec. 31, 2002||
SSH 1 through 3, and possibly other versions, allows local users to bypass restricted shells such as rbash or rksh by uploading a script to a world-writeable directory, then executing that script to gain normal shell access.
|CVE-2002-1644||7.2||Nov. 25, 2002||
SSH Secure Shell for Servers and SSH Secure Shell for Workstations 2.0.13 through 3.2.1, when running without a PTY, does not call setsid to remove the child process from the process group of the parent process, which allows attackers to gain certain privileges.