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Gentoo: vpopmail multiple vulnerabilities  01 September 2004 
vpopmail is vulnerable to several unspecified SQL injection exploits.Furthermore when using Sybase as the backend database vpopmail isvulnerable to a buffer overflow and format string exploit.
Gentoo: zlib enial of service vulnerabilit  27 August 2004 
The zlib library contains a Denial of Service vulnerability.
Gentoo: gaim New vulnerabilities  27 August 2004 
Gaim contains several security issues that might allow an attacker toexecute arbitrary code or commands.
Gentoo: kdelibs Cross-domain cookie injection vulnerability  27 August 2004 
The cookie manager component in kdelibs contains a vulnerabilityallowing an attacker to potentially gain access to a user's session ona legitimate web server.
Gentoo: Mozilla, Firefox, Thunderbird New releases fix vulnerabilities  27 August 2004 
New releases of Mozilla, Mozilla Thunderbird, and Mozilla Firefox fixseveral vulnerabilities, including remote DoS and buffer overflows.
Gentoo: MoinMoin Group ACL bypass  26 August 2004 
MoinMoin contains a bug allowing anonymous users to bypass ACLs (AccessControl Lists) and carry out operations that should be limited toauthorized users.
Gentoo: kernel Multiple information leaks  25 August 2004 
Multiple information leaks have been found in the Linux kernel,allowing an attacker to obtain sensitive data which may be used forfurther exploitation of the system.
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