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Gentoo: wv Buffer overflow vulnerability  16 July 2004 
A buffer overflow vulnerability exists in the wv library that can allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code with the user's privileges.
 
Gentoo: rsync Directory traversal vulnerability  12 July 2004 
Under specific conditions, the rsync daemon is vulnerable to a directory traversal allowing to write files outside a sync module.
 
Gentoo: MoinMoin ACL bypass vulnerability  12 July 2004 
MoinMoin contains a bug allowing a user to bypass group ACLs (Access Control Lists).
 
Gentoo: Ethereal Multiple vulnerabilities  09 July 2004 
Multiple vulnerabilities including one buffer overflow exist in Ethereal, which may allow an attacker to run arbitrary code or crash the program.
 
Gentoo: Shorewall Insecure temp file vulnerability  08 July 2004 
This can allow a non-root user to overwrite arbitrary system files.
 
Gentoo: libpng Buffer overflow vulnerability  08 July 2004 
Vulnerability allows attacker to perform a Denial of Service attack or even execute arbitrary code.
 
Gentoo: XFree86 Improper access vulnerability  08 July 2004 
This bug may allow authorized users to access a machine remotely via X, even if the administrator has configured XDM to refuse such connections.
 
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