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Gentoo: mod_ssl Format string vulnerability  22 July 2004 
A bug in mod_ssl may allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code when Apache is configured to use mod_ssl and mod_proxy.
 
Gentoo: kernel Multiple vulnerabilities  22 July 2004 
This patch addresses multiple DoS and permission vulnerabilities
 
Gentoo: Opera Multiple spoofing vulnerabilities  22 July 2004 
Opera contains three vulnerabilities, allowing an attacker to impersonate legitimate websites with URI obfuscation or to spoof websites with frame injection.
 
Gentoo: Unreal Tournament Buffer overflow vulnerability  22 July 2004 
Game servers based on the Unreal engine are vulnerable to remote code execution through malformed 'secure' queries.
 
Gentoo: php Multiple vulnerabilities  16 July 2004 
Multiple security vulnerabilities, potentially allowing remote code execution, were found and fixed in PHP.
 
Gentoo: kernel Denial of service vulnerability  16 July 2004 
By sending a malformed TCP packet, an attacker can hang a machine running IPTables.
 
Gentoo: wv Buffer overflow vulnerability  16 July 2004 
A buffer overflow vulnerability exists in the wv library that can allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code with the user's privileges.
 
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