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Gentoo: libxml2 Buffer overflow vulnerability  08 March 2004 
Bug may be exploited by an attacker allowing the execution of arbitrary code.
Gentoo: clamav Denial of service vulnerability  19 February 2004 
Exploit by a malformed uuencoded message would cause a denial of service for programs that rely on the clamav daemon, such as SMTP.
Gentoo: kernel Privilege escalation vulnerability  18 February 2004 
A vulnerability has been discovered by in the ptrace emulation code for AMD64 platforms, allowing a local user to obtain elevated priveleges.
Gentoo: phpMyAdmin Directory traversal vulernability  18 February 2004 
A vulnerability in phpMyAdmin which was not properly verifying user generated input could lead to a directory traversal attack.
Gentoo: gallery PHP injection vulnerability  11 February 2004 
A crafted URL can overwrite $HTTP_POST_VARS.
Gentoo: monkeyd Denial of service vulnerability  11 February 2004 
A bug allows for a Denial of Service attack to be launched against the webserver.
Gentoo: XFree86 Buffer overflow vulnerability  11 February 2004 
Exploitation allows local attackers to gain root privileges.
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