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Debian: mysql Insecure temporary file vulnerabilities  14 April 2004 
Posted by Team   
Two scripts contained in the package don't create temporary files in a secure fashion, which could lead to a root exploit.
Debian: kernel Multiple vulnerabilities  14 April 2004 
Posted by Team   
This is three advisories in one, each for the same group of kernel 2.4.x vulnerabilities. The first is for the PA-RISC architecture, the second for the IA-64 architecture, and the third for the PowerPC/apus and S/390 architectures.
Debian: tcpdump Denial of service vulnerability  07 April 2004 
Posted by Team   
Crafted invalid ISAKMP packets can remotely crash tcpdump.
Debian: xine-ui Insecure temporary file vulnerability  06 April 2004 
Posted by Team   
Bug allows attacker to read/write arbitrary files with the permissions of the program user.
Debian: heimdal Cross-realm impersonation vulnerability  06 April 2004 
Posted by Team   
Patch fixes an error which allows someone with control over a realm to impersonate anyone in the cross-realm trust path.
Debian: squid ACL bypass vulnerability  05 April 2004 
Posted by Team   
A URL can be crafted to be ignored (and automatically pass) by Squid's ACL system.
Debian: oftpd Denial of service vulnerability  05 April 2004 
Posted by Team   
A remote attacker could cause the oftpd process to crash by specifying a large value in a PORT command.
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