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Gentoo: Apache 1.3 Multiple vulnerabilities  27 May 2004 
Several security vulnerabilites have been fixed in the latest release of Apache 1.3.
 
Gentoo: mc Multiple vulnerabilities  27 May 2004 
Multiple security issues have been discovered in Midnight Commander including several buffer overflows and string format vulnerabilities.
 
Gentoo: MySQL Symlink vulnerability  27 May 2004 
Two MySQL utilities create temporary files with hardcoded paths, allowing an attacker to use a symlink to trick MySQL into overwriting important data.
 
Gentoo: Opera Insufficient input sanitation  25 May 2004 
A vulnerability exists in Opera's telnet URI handler that may allow a remote attacker to overwrite arbitrary files.
 
Gentoo: Firebird Buffer overflow vulnerability  25 May 2004 
A buffer overflow may allow a local user to manipulate or destroy local databases and trojan the Firebird binaries.
 
Gentoo: metamail Multiple vulnerabilities  25 May 2004 
Several format string bugs and buffer overflows were discovered in metamail, potentially allowing execution of arbitrary code remotely.
 
Gentoo: cadaver Heap overflow vulnerability  25 May 2004 
There is a heap-based buffer overflow, possibly leading to execution of arbitrary code when connected to a malicious server.
 
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