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Gentoo: Automake Symbolic link vulnerability  08 April 2004 
Automake may be vulnerable to a symbolic link attack which may allow an attacker to modify data or elevate their privileges.
Gentoo: ClamAV Denial of service vulnerability  07 April 2004 
ClamAV is vulnerable to a denial of service attack when processing certain RAR archives.
Gentoo: util-linux Information leak vulnerability  07 April 2004 
Due to a pointer error, the 'login' program might leak sensitive information.
Gentoo: ipsec-tools Key non-verification vulnerability  07 April 2004 
racoon (a utility in the ipsec-tools package) does not verify digitalsignatures on Phase1 packets.
Gentoo: sysstat Multiple vulnerabilities  07 April 2004 
Multiple vulnerabilities may allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code or overwrite arbitrary files.
Gentoo: tcpdump Multiple buffer overflows  06 April 2004 
Attacker could exploit this to execute arbitrary code with the permissions of the 'pcap' user.
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.
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