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Mandrake: Updated nut package provide  27 January 2005 
A bug in the upsd initscript used by nut exists where it starts the upsd/powerdown script earlier in the halt/shutdown process to ensure it still has access to USB.
 
Mandrake: Updated KDE packages address  27 January 2005 
New KDE packages are available to address various bugs.
 
Mandrake: Updated bind packages fix  26 January 2005 
A vulnerability was discovered in BIND version 9.3.0 where a remote attacker may be able to cause named to exit prematurely, causing a Denial of Service due to an incorrect assumption in the validator function authvalidated(). The updated packages have been patched to prevent this problem.
 
Mandrake: Updated kernel packages fix multiplevulnerabilities  26 January 2005 
A number of vulnerabilities are fixed in the 2.4 and 2.6 kernels with this advisory.
 
Mandrake: Updated kdegraphics packages  26 January 2005 
A buffer overflow vulnerability was discovered in the xpdf PDF code, which could allow for arbitrary code execution as the user viewing a PDF file. Kdegraphics uses xpdf code and is susceptible to the same vulnerability. 10.1 packages also include a fix for ksvg kde bug #74457. The updated packages have been patched to prevent these problems.
 
Mandrake: Updated koffice packages fix  26 January 2005 
A buffer overflow vulnerability was discovered in the xpdf PDF code, which could allow for arbitrary code execution as the user viewing a PDF file. Koffice uses xpdf code and is susceptible to the same vulnerability. The updated packages have been patched to prevent these problems.
 
Mandrake: Updated gpdf packages fix  26 January 2005 
A buffer overflow vulnerability was discovered in the xpdf PDF code, which could allow for arbitrary code execution as the user viewing a PDF file. Gpdf uses xpdf code and is susceptible to the same vulnerability. The updated packages have been patched to prevent these problems.
 
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