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Gentoo: kernel Multiple vulnerabilities  08 July 2004 
This patch addresses a large number of kernel vulnerabilities.
Gentoo: Esearch Insecure temp file vulnerability  02 July 2004 
Non-check for symlinks makes it possible for any user to create arbitrary files.
Gentoo: mit-krb5 Buffer overflow vulnerabilities  30 June 2004 
These flaws could potentially lead to a complete remote system compromise.
Gentoo: Pavuk Buffer overflow vulnerability  30 June 2004 
Pavuk contains a bug potentially allowing an attacker to run arbitrary code.
Gentoo: FreeS/WAN,Openswan,strongSwan Non-authentication vulnerabilities  25 June 2004 
FreeS/WAN, Openswan, strongSwan and Super-FreeS/WAN contain two bugs when authenticating PKCS#7 certificates. This could allow an attacker to authenticate with a fake certificate.
Gentoo: giFT-FastTrack Denial of service vulnerability  25 June 2004 
There is a vulnerability where a carefully crafted signal sent to the giFT-FastTrack plugin will cause the giFT daemon to crash.
Gentoo: gzip Insecure temporary file vulnerability  25 June 2004 
gzip contain a bug potentially allowing an attacker to execute arbitrary commands.
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