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Gentoo: multi-gnome-terminal information leak  06 September 2004 
multi-gnome-terminal contains debugging code that has been known tooutput active keystrokes to a potentially unsafe location.
Gentoo: mit-krb5 multiple vulnerabilities  06 September 2004 
The implementation of the Key Distribution Center (KDC) and the MITkrb5 library contain double-free vulnerabilities, making clientprograms as well as application servers vulnerable.The ASN.1 decoder library is vulnerable to a denial of service attack,including the KDC.
Gentoo: Ruby CGI::Session creates files insecurely  03 September 2004 
Depending on the default umask, any data stored using these methodscould be read by other users on the system.
Gentoo: xv buffer overflows  03 September 2004 
Multiple buffer overflow and integer handling vulnerabilities have beendiscovered in xv's image processing code. These vulnerabilities havebeen found in the xvbmp.c, xviris.c, xvpcx.c and xvpm.c source files.
Gentoo: egroupware multiple XSS vulnerabilities  02 September 2004 
Joxean Koret recently discovered multiple cross site scriptingvulnerabilities in various modules for the eGroupWare suite. Thisincludes the calendar, address book, messenger and ticket modules.
Gentoo: squid denial of service vulnerability  02 September 2004 
Squid 2.5.x versions contain a bug in the functions ntlm_fetch_string()and ntlm_get_string() which lack checking the int32_t offset "o" fornegative values.
Gentoo: python buffer overflow  02 September 2004 
If IPV6 is disabled in Python 2.2, getaddrinfo() is not able to handleIPV6 DNS requests properly and a buffer overflow occurs.
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