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Mandriva: 2014:165: krb5  02 September 2014 
Updated krb5 package fixes security vulnerabilities: MIT Kerberos 5 allows attackers to cause a denial of service via a buffer over-read or NULL pointer dereference, by injecting invalid tokens into a GSSAPI application session (CVE-2014-4341, [More...]
 
Mandriva: 2014:164: phpmyadmin  02 September 2014 
Updated phpmyadmin package fixes security vulnerabilities: In phpMyAdmin before 4.1.14.3, multiple XSS vulnerabilities exist in browse table, ENUM editor, monitor, query charts and table relations pages (CVE-2014-5273). [More...]
 
Mandriva: 2014:163: python-imaging  02 September 2014 
Updated python-imaging packages fix security vulnerability: The Python Imaging Library is vulnerable to a denial of service attack in the IcnsImagePlugin (CVE-2014-3589). [More...] _______________________________________________________________________
 
Mandriva: 2014:162: catfish  02 September 2014 
Updated catfish package fixes security vulnerability: Untrusted search path vulnerability in Catfish allows local users to gain privileges via a Trojan horse catfish.py in the current working directory (CVE-2014-2093). [More...]
 
Mandriva: 2014:161: subversion  02 September 2014 
Updated subversion packages fix security vulnerability: Bert Huijben discovered that Subversion did not properly handle cached credentials. A malicious server could possibly use this issue to obtain credentials cached for a different server (CVE-2014-3528). [More...]
 
Mandriva: 2014:160: gpgme  02 September 2014 
Updated gpgme packages fix security vulnerability: A heap-based buffer overflow in gpgme before 1.5.1 could allow a specially crafted certificate to cause crashes or potentially cause arbitrary code execution (CVE-2014-3564). [More...]
 
Mandriva: 2014:159: wireshark  08 August 2014 
Multiple vulnerabilities has been discovered and corrected in wireshark: * The Catapult DCT2000 and IrDA dissectors could underrun a buffer (CVE-2014-5161, CVE-2014-5162). [More...]
 
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