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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.
Gentoo: apache Exposure of protected directories  24 September 2004 
A bug in the way Apache handles the Satisfy directive can lead to the exposure of protected directories to unauthorized users.
Gentoo: getmail Filesystem overwrite vulnerability  23 September 2004 
getmail contains a vulnerability that could potentially allow any local user to create or overwrite files in any directory on the system. This flaw can be escalated further and possibly lead to a complete system compromise.
Gentoo: jabberd 1.x Denial of Service vulnerability  23 September 2004 
The jabberd server was found to be vulnerable to a remote Denial of Service attack.
Gentoo: xine-lib Multiple vulnerabilities  22 September 2004 
xine-lib contains several vulnerabilities potentially allowing the execution of arbitrary code.
Gentoo: FreeRADIUS Multiple Denial of Service vulnerabilities  22 September 2004 
Multiple Denial of Service vulnerabilities were found and fixed in FreeRADIUS.
Gentoo: mpg123 Buffer overflow vulnerability  21 September 2004 
mpg123 decoding routines contain a buffer overflow bug that might lead to arbitrary code execution.
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