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Fedora: kernel Heap overflow vulernability  18 February 2004 
R128 DRI limits checking. (CAN-2004-0003)
Fedora: mc Buffer overflow vulernability  18 February 2004 
update CAN-2003-1023 fix to still make vfs symlinks relative, but with bounds checking
Fedora: etherial Denial of service vulnerability  03 February 2004 
Multiple security vulnerabilities may allow attackers to make Ethereal crash using intentionally malformed packets.
Fedora: tcpdump Malformed packet vulnerability  03 February 2004 
If the victim uses tcpdump, attack could result in a denial of service, or possibly execute arbitrary code as the 'pcap' user.
Fedora: cvs Multiple vulnerabilities  02 February 2004 
Vulnerabilities allow cvs to write to root filesystem and retain root privileges.
Fedora: screen Privilege escalation vulnerability  27 January 2004 
Updated screen packages are now available that fix a security vulnerability which may allow privilege escalation for local users.
Fedora: slocate Heap overflow vulnerability  26 January 2004 
A local user could exploit this vulnerability to gain "slocate" group privileges and then read the entire slocate database.
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