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Gentoo: socat Format string vulnerability  25 October 2004 
socat contains a format string vulnerability that can potentially lead to remote or local execution of arbitrary code with the privileges of the socat process.
Gentoo: Netatalk Insecure tempfile handling in  25 October 2004 
The script, included in the Netatalk package, is vulnerable to symlink attacks, potentially allowing a local user to overwrite arbitrary files with the rights of the user running the utility.
Gentoo: MIT krb5 Insecure temporary file use in  25 October 2004 
The script, included in the mit-krb5 package, is vulnerable to symlink attacks, potentially allowing a local user to overwrite arbitrary files with the rights of the user running the utility.
Gentoo: Gaim Multiple vulnerabilities  24 October 2004 
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in Gaim which could allow a remote attacker to crash the application, or possibly execute arbitrary code.
Gentoo: MySQL Multiple vulnerabilities  24 October 2004 
Several vulnerabilities including privilege abuse, Denial of Service, and potentially remote arbitrary code execution have been discovered in MySQL.
Gentoo: mod_ssl Bypass of SSLCipherSuite directive  21 October 2004 
In certain configurations, it can be possible to bypass restrictions set by the "SSLCipherSuite" directive of mod_ssl.
Gentoo: CUPS Multiple integer overflows  21 October 2004 
Multiple integer overflows were discovered in Xpdf, potentially resulting in execution of arbitrary code upon viewing a malicious PDF file. CUPS includes Xpdf code and therefore is vulnerable to the same issues.
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