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Gentoo: Opera Multiple vulnerabilities  11 August 2004 
Several new vulnerabilities were found and fixed in Opera, including one allowing an attacker to read the local filesystem remotely.
Gentoo: PuTTY Buffer overflow vulnerability  11 August 2004 
PuTTY contains a vulnerability allowing a SSH server to execute arbitrary code on the connecting client.
Gentoo: libpng Multiple vulnerabilities  11 August 2004 
libpng contains numerous vulnerabilities potentially allowing an attacker to perform a Denial of Service attack or even execute arbitrary code.
Gentoo: Courier Cross-site scripting vulnerability  11 August 2004 
The SqWebMail web application, included in the Courier suite, is vulnerable to cross-site scripting attacks.
Gentoo: MPlayer Buffer overflow vulnerability  11 August 2004 
When compiled with GUI support MPlayer is vulnerable to a remotely exploitable buffer overflow attack.
Gentoo: SoX Buffer overflow vulnerabilities  30 July 2004 
By enticing a user to play or convert a specially crafted WAV file an attacker could execute arbitrary code with the permissions of the user running SoX.
Gentoo: phpMyAdmin Multiple vulnerabilities  30 July 2004 
Multiple vulnerabilities in phpMyAdmin may allow a remote attacker with a valid user account to alter configuration variables and execute arbitrary PHP code.
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