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Gentoo: Apache 1.3 Buffer overflow vulnerability  25 June 2004 
A bug in mod_proxy may allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code when Apache is configured a certain way.
Gentoo: Usermin Multiple vulnerabilities  18 June 2004 
Usermin contains two security vulnerabilities which could lead to a Denial of Service attack and information disclosure.
Gentoo: aspell Buffer overflow vulnerability  17 June 2004 
A bug in the aspell utility word-list-compress can allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code.
Gentoo: squid Buffer overflow vulnerability  17 June 2004 
Squid contains a bug where it fails to properly check bounds of the 'pass' variable.
Gentoo: Webmin Multiple vulnerabilities  17 June 2004 
Webmin contains two security vulnerabilities which could lead to a denial of service attack and information disclosure.
Gentoo: Horde-IMP Input validation vulnerability  17 June 2004 
Horde-IMP fails to properly sanitize email messages that contain malicious HTML or script code.
Gentoo: gallery Privilege escalation vulnerability  17 June 2004 
Vulnerability may allow an attacker to gain administrator privileges within Gallery.
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