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Gentoo: 201412-03 Dovecot: Denial of Service  08 December 2014 
A vulnerability in Dovecot could allow a remote attacker to create a Denial of Service condition.
 
Gentoo: 201412-02 nfs-utils: Information disclosure  08 December 2014 
A vulnerability in nfs-utils might allow remote attackers to gain access to restricted information.
 
Gentoo: 201412-01 QEMU: Multiple Vulnerabilities  08 December 2014 
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in QEMU, the worst of which allows context dependent attackers to cause Denial of Service.
 
Gentoo: 201411-11 Squid: Multiple vulnerabilities  27 November 2014 
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in Squid, allowing remote attackers to execute arbitrary code or cause a Denial of Service condition.
 
Gentoo: 201411-10 Asterisk: Multiple Vulnerabilities  23 November 2014 
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in Asterisk, the worst of which could lead to Denial of Service.
 
Gentoo: 201411-09 Ansible: Privilege escalation  23 November 2014 
Multiple vulnerabilities has been found in Ansible which may allow local privilege escalation.
 
Gentoo: 201411-08 Aircrack-ng: User-assisted execution of arbitrary code  23 November 2014 
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in Aircrack-ng, possibly resulting in local privilege escalation, remote code execution, or Denial of Service.
 
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