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Mandrake: logcheck temporary file vulnerability fix  22 December 2004 
A vulnerability was discovered in the logcheck program by Christian Jaeger. This could potentially lead to a local attacker overwriting files with root privileges.
Mandrake: kdelibs multiple vulnerability fix  22 December 2004 
A vulnerability in the Konqueror webbrowser was discovered where an untrusted java applet could escalate privileges (through JavaScript calling into Java code). This includes the reading and writing of files with the privileges of the user running the applet.
Mandrake: krb5 buffer overflow vulnerability fix  22 December 2004 
Michael Tautschnig discovered a heap buffer overflow in the history handling code of libkadm5srv which could be exploited by an authenticated user to execute arbitrary code on a Key Distribution Center (KDC) server.
Mandrake: ethereal multiple vulnerabilities fix  20 December 2004 
A number of vulnerabilities were discovered in Ethereal.
Mandrake: aspell vulnerability fix  20 December 2004 
A vulnerability was discovered in the aspell word-list-compress utility that can allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code.
Mandrake: urpmi ssh parallel support fix  18 December 2004 
A bug in the parallel ssh extension in urpmi would prevent parallel installations using ssh; urpmi would crash. The updated pacakges fix the problem.
Mandrake: php multiple vulnerabilities fix  18 December 2004 
A number of vulnerabilities in PHP versions prior to 4.3.10 were discovered by Stefan Esser. Some of these vulnerabilities were not deemed to be severe enough to warrant CVE names, however the packages provided, with the exception of the Corporate Server 2.1 packages, include fixes for all of the vulnerabilities, thanks to the efforts of the OpenPKG team who extracted and backported the fixes.
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