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Gentoo: GTK+ 2, gdk-pixbuf Multiple image decoding vulnerabilities  21 September 2004 
The GdkPixbuf library, which is also included in GTK+ 2, contains several vulnerabilities that could lead to a Denial of Service or the execution of arbitrary code.
Gentoo: glFTPd Local buffer overflow vulnerability  21 September 2004 
glFTPd is vulnerable to a local buffer overflow which may allow arbitrary code execution.
Gentoo: Mozilla, Firefox, Thunderbird, Epiphany New releases fix vulnerabilities  20 September 2004 
New releases of Mozilla, Epiphany, Mozilla Thunderbird, and MozillaFirefox fix several vulnerabilities, including the remote execution ofarbitrary code.
Gentoo: CUPS Denial of service vulnerability  20 September 2004 
A vulnerability in CUPS allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service when sending a carefully-crafted UDP packet to the IPP port.
Gentoo: Foomatic Arbitrary command execution  20 September 2004 
The foomatic-rip filter in foomatic-filters contains a vulnerability which may allow arbitrary command execution on the print server.
Gentoo: Heimdal ftpd root escalation  19 September 2004 
Several bugs exist in the Heimdal ftp daemon which could allow a remote attacker to gain root privileges.
Gentoo: SnipSnap HTTP response splitting  17 September 2004 
SnipSnap is vulnerable to HTTP response splitting attacks such as web cache poisoning, cross-user defacement, and cross-site scripting.
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