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Gentoo: Proxytunnel Format string vulnerability  03 November 2004 
Proxytunnel is vulnerable to a format string vulnerability, potentially allowing a remote server to execute arbitrary code with the rights of the Proxytunnel process.
Gentoo: ppp No denial of service vulnerability  02 November 2004 
pppd contains a bug that allows an attacker to crash his own connection, but it cannot be used to deny service to other users.
Gentoo: MIME-tools Virus detection evasion  02 November 2004 
MIME-tools doesn't handle empty MIME boundaries correctly. This may prevent some virus-scanning programs which use MIME-tools from detecting certain viruses.
Gentoo: libxml2 Remotely exploitable buffer overflow  02 November 2004 
libxml2 contains multiple buffer overflows which could lead to the execution of arbitrary code.
Gentoo: Speedtouch USB driver Privilege escalation vulnerability  02 November 2004 
A vulnerability in the Speedtouch USB driver can be exploited to allow local users to execute arbitrary code with escalated privileges.
Gentoo: Apache 1.3 Buffer overflow vulnerability in mod_include  02 November 2004 
A buffer overflow vulnerability exists in mod_include which could possibly allow a local attacker to gain escalated privileges.
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.
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