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Gentoo: 201403-08 PlRPC: Arbitrary code execution  27 March 2014 
PlRPC uses Storable which allows for code execution prior to Authentication
Gentoo: 201403-07 grep: User-assisted execution of arbitrary code  26 March 2014 
A vulnerability in grep could result in execution of arbitrary code or Denial of Service.
Gentoo: 201403-06 libupnp: Arbitrary code execution  26 March 2014 
Multiple buffer overflow flaws in libupnp may allow execution of arbitrary code.
Gentoo: 201403-05 GNU Emacs: Multiple vulnerabilities  20 March 2014 
Two vulnerabilities have been found in GNU Emacs, possibly leading to user-assisted execution of arbitrary code.
Gentoo: 201403-04 QtCore: Denial of Service  13 March 2014 
A vulnerability in QXmlSimpleReader class can be used to cause a Denial of Service condition.
Gentoo: 201403-03 file: Denial of Service  13 March 2014 
A vulnerability in file could result in Denial of Service.
Gentoo: 201403-02 LibYAML: Arbitrary code execution  08 March 2014 
A Vulnerability in LibYAML could result in execution of arbitrary code.
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