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Foresight: thunderbird  03 August 2007 
Previous versions of the thunderbird package are vulnerable to a flaw in handling of "about:blank" windows. A malicious web server could exploit this to steal sensitive information or modify contents of other open web pages.
 
Foresight: gdm  03 August 2007 
Previous versions of the gdm package are vulnerable to a local Denial of Service whereby a system user can crash the gdm daemon by sending specially-crafted as a GDM socket command.
 
Foresight: qt  03 August 2007 
Previous versions of the qt package are vulnerable to user-assisted format-string attacks, possibly leading to arbitrary code execution in applications that use the QTextEdit widget.
 
Foresight: gimp  01 August 2007 
Previous versions of the gimp package are vulnerable to multiple user-assisted buffer-overflow attacks in which gimp may execute arbitrary code contained in maliciously-crafted image files of type DICOM, PNM, PSD, PSP, XBM, and XWD.
 
Foresight: firefox  01 August 2007 
Previous versions of the firefox package are vulnerable to a flaw in handling of "about:blank" windows. A malicious web server could exploit this to steal sensitive information or modify contents of other open web pages.
 
Foresight: untar  30 July 2007 
Previous versions of the unrar package are vulnerable to an integer signedness error which could lead to a Denial of Service (crash).
 
Foresight: libvorbis  27 July 2007 
Previous versions of the libvorbis package contain multiple vulnerabilities, including a heap overwrite, read violations, and a function pointer overwrite. An attacker may exploit these vulnerabilities to cause a denial of service and, possibly, to execute arbitrary code.
 
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