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Gentoo: courier-imap Format string vulnerability  20 August 2004 
An attacker may be able to execute arbitrary code as the user running courier-imapd (oftentimes root).
 
Gentoo: xine-lib Buffer overflow vulnerability  20 August 2004 
An attacker may construct a carefully-crafted playlist file which will cause xine-lib to execute arbitrary code with the permissions of the user.
 
Gentoo: rsync Insufficient path sanitation  20 August 2004 
This vulnerability could allow the listing of arbitrary files and allow file overwriting outside module's path on rsync server configurations that allow uploading.
 
Gentoo: glibc Information leak vulnerability  20 August 2004 
glibc contains an information leak vulnerability allowing the debugging of SUID binaries.
 
Gentoo: acroread Buffer overflow vulnerabilities  20 August 2004 
Acroread contains two errors in the handling of UUEncoded filenames that may lead to execution of arbitrary code or programs.
 
Gentoo: Tomcat Insecure installation  20 August 2004 
Improper file ownership may allow a member of the tomcat group to execute scripts as root.
 
Gentoo: kdebase,kdelibs Multiple vulnerabilities  13 August 2004 
KDE contains three security issues that can allow an attacker to compromise system accounts, cause a Denial of Service, or spoof websites via frame injection.
 
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