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Gentoo: Horde-Chora Code injection vulnerability  17 June 2004 
A vulnerability in Chora allows remote code execution and file upload.
Gentoo: squirrelmail Cross site scripting vulnerability  17 June 2004 
Squirrelmail fails to properly sanitize user input, which could lead to a compromise of webmail accounts.
Gentoo: subversion Heap overflow vulnerability  17 June 2004 
Subversion is vulnerable to a remote Denial of Service that may be exploitable to execute arbitrary code
Gentoo: apache Buffer overflow vulnerability  10 June 2004 
A bug in mod_ssl may allow a remote attacker to execute remote code when Apache is configured a certain way.
Gentoo: cvs Multiple vulnerabilities  10 June 2004 
Several serious new vulnerabilities have been found in CVS, which may allow an attacker to remotely compromise a CVS server.
Gentoo: Mailman Password leak  10 June 2004 
Mailman contains a bug allowing 3rd parties to retrieve member passwords.
Gentoo: sitecopy Multiple vulnerabilities  08 June 2004 
When connected to a malicious WebDAV server, these vulnerabilities could allow execution of arbitrary code with the rights of the user running sitecopy.
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