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Pardus: 2011-77: Wireshark: Multiple Vulnerabilities  26 May 2011 
Multible vulnerabilities have been fixed in wireshark, which allow attackers to cause a denial of service or to execute arbitrary code.
 
Pardus: 2011-75: Libmodplug: Stack Overflow  03 May 2011 
A vulnerability has been fixed in libmodplug, which allows attackers to execute arbitrary code.
 
Pardus: 2011-74: VLC: Heap Corruption  03 May 2011 
A vulnerability has been fixed in vlc, which can be exploited by malicious people to trigger execution of arbitrary code.
 
Pardus: 2011-72: Perl: Arbitrary Commands Execution  03 May 2011 
A vulnarability has been fixed in perl, which might allow context-dependent attackers to bypass the taint protection mechanism.
 
Pardus: 2011-73: xmlsec: Create Arbitrary File  03 May 2011 
A vulnerability has been fixed in xmlsec, which allows remote attackers to create or overwrite arbitrary files.
 
Pardus: 2011-71: DHCP: Arbitrary Command Execution  03 May 2011 
A vulnerability have been fixed in dhcp, which allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary commands
 
Pardus: 2011-70: python: Improper management of  03 May 2011 
A vulnerability have been fixed in pyhton which which allows attackers to cause a denial of service or to access sensitive information
 
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