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Gentoo: 201406-35 Openfire: Multiple vulnerabilities  30 June 2014 
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in Openfire, the worst of which could lead to a Denial of Service condition.
 
Gentoo: 201406-34 KDE Libraries: Multiple vulnerabilities  29 June 2014 
Multiple vulnerabilities have been discovered in KDE Libraries, the worst of which could lead to man-in-the-middle attacks.
 
Gentoo: 201406-33 Wireshark: Multiple vulnerabilities  29 June 2014 
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in Wireshark, the worst of which allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code.
 
Gentoo: 201406-32 IcedTea JDK: Multiple vulnerabilities  29 June 2014 
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in the IcedTea JDK, the worst of which could lead to arbitrary code execution.
 
Gentoo: 201406-31 Konqueror: Multiple vulnerabilities  27 June 2014 
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in Konqueror, the worst of which may allow execution of arbitrary code.
 
Gentoo: 201406-30 sudo: Privilege escalation  27 June 2014 
A vulnerability has been found in sudo allowing a local attacker to gain elevated privileges.
 
Gentoo: 201406-29 spice-gtk: Privilege escalation  26 June 2014 
A vulnerability in spice-gtk could allow local attackers to gain escalated privileges.
 
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