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FreeBSD: core:sys Buffer cache invalidation vulnerability  27 May 2004 
In some situations, a user with read access to a file may be able to prevent changes to that file from being committed to disk.
 
FreeBSD: cvs Heap overflow vulnerability  19 May 2004 
Malformed data can cause a heap buffer to overflow, allowing the client to overwrite arbitrary portions of the server's memory.
 
FreeBSD: crypto_heimdal Heap overflow vulnerability  10 May 2004 
A remote attacker may send a specially formatted message to k5admind, causing it to crash or possibly resulting in arbitrary code execution.
 
FreeBSD: heimdal Cross-realm trust vulnerability  10 May 2004 
It is possible for the Key Distribution Center (KDC) of a realm to forge part or all of the `transited' field to fake zone trustedness.
 
FreeBSD: cvs Chroot escape vulnerability  15 April 2004 
This patch fixes two cvs errors, one with the client and one with the server. Both allow chroot escapes.
 
FreeBSD: kernel Input validation error  29 March 2004 
Flaw with IPv6 validation may result in memory locations being accessed without proper validation.
 
FreeBSD: OpenSSL Denial of service vulnerabilities  17 March 2004 
Remote attacker can crash OpenSSL by triggering a null pointer dereference.
 
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