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Debian: mc Several Vulnerabilities  29 April 2004 
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Jacub Jelinek discovered several vulnerabilities in the MidnightCommander, a powerful file manager for GNU/Linux systems.
Debian: eterm Missing Input Sanitising  29 April 2004 
Posted by Team   
H.D. Moore discovered several terminal emulator security issues
Debian: kernel 2.4.16 Multiple vulnerabilities  28 April 2004 
Posted by Team   
Several serious problems have been discovered in the Linux kernel. This update takes care of Linux 2.4.16 for the ARM (and a few other) architectures.
Debian: ident2 Buffer overflow vulnerability  22 April 2004 
Posted by Team   
This vulnerability could be exploited by a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code with the privileges of the ident2 daemon (by default, the "identd" user).
Debian: xchat Buffer overflow vulnerability  21 April 2004 
Posted by Team   
This bug allows an attacker to execute arbitrary code on the users' machine.
Debian: iproute Denial of service vulnerability  19 April 2004 
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Herbert Xu reported that local users could cause a denial of service against iproute, a set of tools for controlling networking in Linux kernels.
Debian: zope Arbitrary code execution vulnerability  19 April 2004 
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A flaw in the security settings of ZCatalog allows anonymous users to call arbitrary methods of catalog indexes. The vulnerability also allows untrusted code to do the same.
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