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Gentoo: Cherokee Format string vulnerability  01 November 2004 
Cherokee contains a format string vulnerability that could lead to denial of service or the execution of arbitary code.
Gentoo: ppp Remote denial of service vulnerability  01 November 2004 
pppd contains a vulnerability that may allow an attacker to crash the server.
Gentoo: Archive::Zip Virus detection evasion  29 October 2004 
Email virus scanning software relying on Archive::Zip can be fooled into thinking a ZIP attachment is empty while it contains a virus, allowing detection evasion.
Gentoo: GPdf, KPDF, KOffice Vulnerabilities in included xpdf  28 October 2004 
GPdf, KPDF and KOffice all include vulnerable xpdf code to handle PDF files, making them vulnerable to execution of arbitrary code upon viewing a malicious PDF file.
Gentoo: rssh Format string vulnerability  27 October 2004 
rssh is vulnerable to a format string vulnerability that allows arbitrary execution of code with the rights of the connected user, thereby bypassing rssh restrictions.
Gentoo: mpg123 Buffer overflow vulnerabilities  27 October 2004 
Buffer overflow vulnerabilities have been found in mpg123 which could lead to execution of arbitrary code.
Gentoo: putty Pre-authentication buffer overflow  27 October 2004 
PuTTY contains a vulnerability allowing an SSH server to execute arbitrary code on the connecting client.
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