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Gentoo: NetKit-telnetd buffer overflows in telnet and telnetd  05 October 2004 
Buffer overflows exist in the telnet client and daemon provided by netkit-telnetd, which could possibly allow a remote attacker to gain root privileges and compromise the system.
Gentoo: PHP Memory disclosure and arbitrary location file upload  05 October 2004 
Two bugs in PHP may allow the disclosure of portions of memory and allow remote attackers to upload files to arbitrary locations.
Gentoo: netpbm Multiple temporary file issues  04 October 2004 
Utilities included in old Netpbm versions are vulnerable to multiple temporary files issues, potentially allowing a local attacker to overwrite files with the rights of the user running the utility.
RedHat: kdelibs and kdebase security issues  04 October 2004 
Updated kdelib and kdebase packages that resolve multiple security issues are now available.
Gentoo: sharutils Buffer overflows  01 October 2004 
sharutils contains two buffer overflow vulnerabilities that could lead to arbitrary code execution.
Gentoo: subversion Metadata information leak  29 September 2004 
An information leak in mod_authz_svn could allow sensitive metadata of protected areas to be leaked to unauthorized users.
Gentoo:, XFree86 Integer and stack overflows in libXpm  27 September 2004 
libXpm, the X Pixmap library that is a part of the X Window System, contains multiple stack and integer overflows that may allow a carefully-crafted XPM file to crash applications linked against libXpm, potentially allowing the execution of arbitrary code.
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