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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.
Gentoo: xfree86 integer and stack overflows  11 October 2004 
Chris Evans discovered several stack and integer overflows in the libXpm library which is provided by X.Org, XFree86 and LessTif.
Gentoo: gettext Insecure temporary file handling  10 October 2004 
The gettext utility is vulnerable to symlink attacks, potentially allowing a local user to overwrite or change permissions on arbitrary files with the rights of the user running gettext, which could be the root user.
Gentoo: LessTif Integer and stack overflows in libXpm  09 October 2004 
Multiple vulnerabilities have been discovered in libXpm, which is included in LessTif, that can potentially lead to remote code execution.
Gentoo: ncompress Buffer overflow  09 October 2004 
compress and uncompress, which could be used by daemon programs, contain a buffer overflow that could lead to remote execution of arbitrary code with the rights of the daemon process.
Gentoo: Ed Insecure temporary file handling  09 October 2004 
The ed utility is vulnerable to symlink attacks, potentially allowing a local user to overwrite or change rights on arbitrary files with the rights of the user running ed, which could be the root user.
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