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Gentoo: 201404-07 OpenSSL: Information Disclosure  08 April 2014 
Multiple Information Disclosure vulnerabilities in OpenSSL allow remote attackers to obtain sensitive information via various vectors.
 
Gentoo: 201404-06 Mesa: Multiple vulnerabilities  08 April 2014 
Multiple vulnerabilities in Mesa could result in execution of arbitrary code or Denial of Service.
 
Gentoo: 201404-05 OpenAFS: Multiple vulnerabilities  07 April 2014 
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in OpenAFS, worst of which can allow attackers to execute arbitrary code
 
Gentoo: 201404-04 Crack: Arbitrary code execution  07 April 2014 
A vulnerability in Crack might allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code.
 
Gentoo: 201404-03 OptiPNG: User-assisted execution of arbitrary code  07 April 2014 
A use-after-free error in OptiPNG could result in execution of arbitrary code or Denial of Service.
 
Gentoo: 201404-02 libproxy: User-assisted execution of arbitrary code  07 April 2014 
A buffer overflow in libproxy might allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code.
 
Gentoo: 201404-01 CUPS: Arbitrary file read/write  07 April 2014 
A vulnerability in CUPS may allow for arbitrary file access.
 
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