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Mandriva: 2014:065: apache  20 March 2014 
Multiple vulnerabilities has been found and corrected in apache (ASF HTTPD): XML parsing code in mod_dav incorrectly calculates the end of the string when removing leading spaces and places a NUL character outside [More...]
Mandriva: 2014:064: udisks  17 March 2014 
Updated udisks packages fixes security vulnerability: A flaw was found in the way udisks and udisks2 handled long path names. A malicious, local user could use this flaw to create a specially-crafted directory structure that could lead to arbitrary [More...]
Mandriva: 2014:063: x2goserver  17 March 2014 
Updated x2goserver package fixes security vulnerability: A vulnerability in x2goserver before in the setgid wrapper x2gosqlitewrapper.c, which does not hardcode an internal path to, allowing a remote attacker to change that [More...]
Mandriva: 2014:062: webmin  17 March 2014 
Multiple vulnerabilities was discovered and corrected in webmin: Multiple XSS, CSRF, and arbitrary code execution vulnerabilities that impact Webmin versions prior to 1.620 (CVE-2012-2981, CVE-2012-2982, CVE-2012-2983, CVE-2012-4893, SA51201). [More...]
Mandriva: 2014:061: oath-toolkit  14 March 2014 
Updated oath-toolkit packages fix security vulnerability: It was found that comments (lines starting with a hash) in /etc/users.oath could prevent one-time-passwords (OTP) from being invalidated, leaving the OTP vulnerable to replay attacks [More...]
Mandriva: 2014:060: imapsync  14 March 2014 
Updated imapsync package fixes security vulnerabilities: Imapsync, by default, runs a release check when executed, which causes imapsync to connect to and send information about the version of imapsync, the operating system and [More...]
Mandriva: 2014:059: php  14 March 2014 
Multiple vulnerabilities has been discovered and corrected in php: Fixed bug #66731 (file: infinite recursion (CVE-2014-1943)). Fixed bug #66820 (out-of-bounds memory access in fileinfo [More...]
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