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Gentoo: Temporary files disclosure  20 October 2004 uses insecure temporary files which could allow a malicious local user to gain knowledge of sensitive information from other users' documents.
Gentoo: PostgreSQL Insecure temporary file use in make_oidjoins_check  18 October 2004 
The make_oidjoins_check script, part of the PostgreSQL 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: Squid Remote DoS vulnerability  18 October 2004 
Squid contains a vulnerability in the SNMP module which may lead to a denial of service.
Gentoo: phpMyAdmin Vulnerability in MIME-based transformation system  18 October 2004 
A vulnerability has been found in the MIME-based transformation system of phpMyAdmin, which may allow remote execution of arbitrary commands if PHP's "safe mode" is disabled.
Gentoo: BNC Input validation flaw  15 October 2004 
BNC contains an input validation flaw which might allow a remote attacker to issue arbitrary IRC related commands.
Gentoo: wordpress HTTP response splitting and XSS vulnerabilities  14 October 2004 
WordPress contains HTTP response splitting and cross-site scripting vulnerabilities.
Gentoo: tiff Buffer overflows in image decoding  13 October 2004 
Multiple heap-based overflows have been found in the tiff library imagedecoding routines, potentially allowing to execute arbitrary code withthe rights of the user viewing a malicious image.
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