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Gentoo: kde Buffer overflow vulnerability  06 April 2004 
KDE-PIM may be vulnerable to a remote buffer overflow attack that may allow unauthorized access to an affected system.
 
Gentoo: Portage Insecure temporary file vulnerability  06 April 2004 
Exploitation of this bug could allow an attacker to wipe out the contents of an arbitrary file.
 
Gentoo: Monit Multiple vulnerabilities  31 March 2004 
A denial of service and a buffer overflow vulnerability have been found in Monit.
 
Gentoo: mplayer Buffer overflow vulnerability  31 March 2004 
MPlayer contains a remotely exploitable buffer overflow in the HTTP parser that may allow attackers to run arbitrary code on a user's computer.
 
Gentoo: OpenLDAP Denial of service vulnerability  31 March 2004 
A failed password operation can cause the OpenLDAP slapd server, if it is using the back-ldbm backend, to free memory that was never allocated.
 
Gentoo: mc Buffer overflow vulnerability  31 March 2004 
A remotely-exploitable buffer overflow in Midnight Commander allows arbitrary code to be run on a user's computer.
 
Gentoo: squid Access control escape vulnerability  31 March 2004 
A URL can be specially crafted to automatically bypass the squid Access Control functionality.
 
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