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Mandrake: kdelibs various bugs fix  26 November 2004 
A number of bugs in kdelibs are fixed with this update.
 
Mandrake: kdebase various bugs fixes  26 November 2004 
A number of bugs in kdebase are fixed with this update.
 
Mandrake: zip vulnerability fix  25 November 2004 
A vulnerability in zip was discovered where zip would not check the resulting path length when doing recursive folder compression, which could allow a malicious person to convince a user to create an archive containing a specially-crafted path name.
 
Mandrake: a2ps vulnerability fix  25 November 2004 
The GNU a2ps utility fails to properly sanitize filenames, which can be abused by a malicious user to execute arbitray commands with the privileges of the user running the vulnerable application.
 
Mandrake: Cyrus IMAP multiple vulnerabilities  25 November 2004 
A number of vulnerabilities in the Cyrus-IMAP server were found by Stefan Esser. Due to insufficient checking within the argument parser of the 'partial' and 'fetch' commands, a buffer overflow could be exploited to execute arbitrary attacker-supplied code.
 
Mandrake: libxpm4 vulnerabilities fix  23 November 2004 
A source code review of the XPM library, done by Thomas Biege of the SuSE Security-Team revealed several different kinds of bugs. These bugs include integer overflows, out-of-bounds memory access, shell command execution, path traversal, and endless loops.
 
Mandrake: XFree86 vulnerabilities fix  23 November 2004 
A source code review of the XPM library, done by Thomas Biege of the SuSE Security-Team revealed several different kinds of bugs. These bugs include integer overflows, out-of-bounds memory access, shell command execution, path traversal, and endless loops.
 
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