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Gentoo: SnipSnap HTTP response splitting  17 September 2004 
SnipSnap is vulnerable to HTTP response splitting attacks such as web cache poisoning, cross-user defacement, and cross-site scripting.
 
Gentoo: XSS wiki module vulnerability  16 September 2004 
The phpGroupWare software contains a cross site scripting vulnerability in the wiki module.
 
Gentoo: Apache 2, mod_dav Multiple vulnerabilities  16 September 2004 
Several vulnerabilities have been found in Apache 2 and mod_dav for Apache 1.3 which could allow a remote attacker to cause a Denial of Service or a local user to get escalated privileges.
 
Gentoo: Mozilla, Firefox, Thunderbird, Galeon, Epiphany vulnerabilities  15 September 2004 
Security roll-up.
 
Gentoo: gallery arbitrary command execution  15 September 2004 
An attacker could run arbitrary code as the user running PHP.
 
Gentoo: cdrtools local root vulnerability  14 September 2004 
Max Vozeler discovered that the cdrecord utility, when set to SUIDroot, fails to drop root privileges before executing a user-suppliedRSH program.
 
Gentoo: sus local root vulnerability  14 September 2004 
Leon Juranic found a bug in the logging functionality of SUS that canlead to local privilege escalation. A format string vulnerabilityexists in the log() function due to an incorrect call to the syslog()function.
 
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