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Gentoo: cacti SQL injection vulnerability (update)  23 August 2004 
The workaround proposed in the original version of this Security Advisory didnot correctly address the issue. The corrected sections appear below.
Gentoo: aspell Buffer overflow in word-list-compress  23 August 2004 
The previous security patch intended to fix this vulnerability was apparentlyincorrect in that it counted the words rather than characters
Gentoo: cacti SQL injection vulnerability  23 August 2004 
With special configurations of Cacti it is possible to change passwordsvia a SQL injection attack.
Gentoo: qt Image loader overflows  22 August 2004 
There are several unspecified bugs in the QImage class which may causecrashes or allow execution of arbitrary code as the user running the Qtapplication
Gentoo: courier-imap Format string vulnerability  20 August 2004 
An attacker may be able to execute arbitrary code as the user running courier-imapd (oftentimes root).
Gentoo: xine-lib Buffer overflow vulnerability  20 August 2004 
An attacker may construct a carefully-crafted playlist file which will cause xine-lib to execute arbitrary code with the permissions of the user.
Gentoo: rsync Insufficient path sanitation  20 August 2004 
This vulnerability could allow the listing of arbitrary files and allow file overwriting outside module's path on rsync server configurations that allow uploading.
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