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Gentoo: mod_python Denial of service vulnerability  27 January 2004 
The Apache Foundation has reported that mod_python may be prone to Denial of Service attacks when handling a malformed query.
 
Gentoo: honeyd Honeyd remotely identifiable  22 January 2004 
Identification of Honeyd installations allows an adversary to launch attacks specifically against Honeyd.
 
Gentoo: kernel Privilege escalation vulnerability  09 January 2004 
A critical security vulnerability has been found in recent Linux kernelswhich allows for local privilege escalation.
 
Gentoo: cvs Privilege escalation vulnerability  29 December 2003 
This release adds code to the CVS server to prevent it from continuing as root after a user login, as an extra failsafe against a compromise of the CVSROOT/passwd file.
 
Gentoo: lftp Multiple buffer overflow vulnerabilities  18 December 2003 
Two buffer overflow problems have been found in lftp, a multithreadedcommand-line based FTP client.
 
Gentoo: lftp Multiple buffer overflow vulnerabilities  18 December 2003 
Two buffer overflow problems have been found in lftp, a multithreadedcommand-line based FTP client.
 
Gentoo: xchat Denial of service vulnerability  15 December 2003 
There is a remotely exploitable bug in xchat 2.0.6 that could lead to a denialof service attack. This is caused by sending a malformed DCC packet to xchat2.0.6, causing it to crash.
 
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