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Ubuntu: ImageMagick vulnerabilities  10 July 2007 
Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Multiple vulnerabilities were found in ImageMagick's handling of DCM and WXD image files. By tricking a user into processing a specially crafted image with an application that uses imagemagick, an attacker could execute arbitrary code with the user's privileges.
 
Ubuntu: Gimp vulnerability  04 July 2007 
Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Stefan Cornelius discovered that Gimp could miscalculate the size of heap buffers when processing PSD images. By tricking a user into opening a specially crafted PSD file with Gimp, an attacker could exploit this to execute arbitrary code with the user's privileges.
 
Ubuntu: evolution-data-server vulnerability  29 June 2007 
Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Philip Van Hoof discovered that the IMAP client in Evolution did not correctly verify the SEQUENCE value. A malicious or spoofed server could exploit this to execute arbitrary code with user privileges.
 
Ubuntu: redhat-cluster-suite vulnerability  29 June 2007 
Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fabio Massimo Di Nitto discovered that cman did not correctly validate the size of client messages. A local user could send a specially crafted message and execute arbitrary code with cluster manager privileges or crash the manager, leading to a denial of service.
 
Ubuntu: krb5 vulnerabilities  29 June 2007 
Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Wei Wang discovered that the krb5 RPC library did not correctly handle certain error conditions. A remote attacker could cause kadmind to free an uninitialized pointer, leading to a denial of service or possibly execution of arbitrary code with root privileges.
 
Ubuntu: libexif vulnerability  29 June 2007 
Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Sean Larsson discovered that libexif did not correctly verify the size of EXIF components. By tricking a user into opening an image with specially crafted EXIF headers, a remote attacker could cause the application using libexif to execute arbitrary code with user privileges.
 
Ubuntu: MadWifi vulnerabilities  29 June 2007 
Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Multiple flaws in the MadWifi driver were discovered that could lead to a system crash. A physically near-by attacker could generate specially crafted wireless network traffic and cause a denial of service.
 
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