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Gentoo: 201402-23 libXfont: Multiple vulnerabilities  21 February 2014 
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in libXfont, the worst of which allow for local privilege escalation.
Gentoo: 201402-22 TCPTrack: Arbitrary code execution  21 February 2014 
A heap-based buffer overflow in TCPTrack might allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code.
Gentoo: 201402-21 libTIFF: Multiple vulnerabilities  21 February 2014 
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in libTIFF, allowing remote attackers to execute arbitrary code or cause Denial of Service.
Gentoo: 201402-20 KVIrc: Multiple vulnerabilities  21 February 2014 
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in KVIrc, the worst of which allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code.
Gentoo: 201402-19 libtar: Arbitraty code execution  21 February 2014 
A buffer overflow in libtar might allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code or cause a Denial of Service condition.
Gentoo: 201402-18 GNU Midnight Commander: User-assisted execution of arbitrary  20 February 2014 
GNU Midnight Commander does not properly sanitize environment variables, possibly resulting in execution of arbitrary code or Denial of Service.
Gentoo: 201402-17 Xpdf: User-assisted execution of arbitrary code  17 February 2014 
Multiple vulnerabilities in Xpdf could result in execution of arbitrary code.
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