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Gentoo: libneon Format string vulnerabilities  10 May 2004 
Allows malicious WebDAV server to execute arbitrary code.
 
Gentoo: LHa Multiple vulnerabilities  10 May 2004 
Patch corrects two stack-based buffer overflows and two directory traversal problems in LHa.
 
Gentoo: samba Multiple Vulnerabilities  29 April 2004 
There is a bug in smbfs which may allow local users to gain root via asetuid file on a mounted Samba share. Also, there is a tmpfile symlinkvulnerability in the smbprint script distributed with Samba.
 
Gentoo: xine Multiple vulnerabilities  28 April 2004 
Several vulnerabilities have been found in xine-ui and xine-lib, potentially allowing an attacker to overwrite files with the rights of the user.
 
Gentoo: LCDproc Multiple vulnerabilities  28 April 2004 
Multiple remote vulnerabilities have been found in the LCDd server, allowing execution of arbitrary code with the rights of the LCDd user.
 
Gentoo: ssmtp Multiple vulnerabilities  28 April 2004 
Multiple format string vulnerabilities may allow an attacker to run arbitrary code with ssmtp's privileges.
 
Gentoo: ipsec-tools and iputils Denial of service vulnerability  28 April 2004 
Attackers may be able to craft an ISAKMP header of sufficient length to consume all available system resources, causing a Denial of Service. Further discussion of advisory at bottom.
 
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