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Gentoo: SquirrelMail Cross-site scripting vulnerabilities  25 May 2004 
SquirrelMail is subject to several XSS and one SQL injection vulnerability.
 
Gentoo: KDE Insufficient input sanitation  19 May 2004 
Vulnerabilities in KDE URI handlers makes your system vulnerable to various attacks.
 
Gentoo: Icecast Denial of service vulnerability  19 May 2004 
Icecast is vulnerable to a denial of service attack allowing remote users to crash the application.
 
Gentoo: ProFTPD ACL bypass vulnerability  19 May 2004 
Version 1.2.9 of ProFTPD introduced a vulnerability that causes CIDR-based Access Control Lists automatically allow remote users full access to available files.
 
Gentoo: Pound Format string vulnerability  19 May 2004 
There is a format string flaw in Pound, allowing remote execution of arbitrary code with the rights of the Pound process.
 
Gentoo: libpng Denial of service vulnerability  14 May 2004 
A bug in the libpng library can be abused using a crafted .png to crash programs making use of that library.
 
Gentoo: exim Buffer overflow vulnerabiity  14 May 2004 
When the verify=header_syntax option is set, there is a buffer overflow in Exim that allows remote execution of arbitrary code.
 
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