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Mandrake: wcGTK2 vulnerabilities fix  06 January 2005 
Several vulnerabilities have been discovered in the libtiff package; wxGTK2 uses a libtiff code tree, so it may have the same vulnerabilities.
 
Mandrake: libtiff multiple vulnerabilities fix  06 January 2005 
Several vulnerabilities have been discovered in the libtiff package.
 
Mandrake: udev problem with firewire cameras fix  30 December 2004 
A problem in udev existed where a user would not be able to use a firewire camera because the required device was never created. This update forces udev to pre-create the device allowing the use of firewire cameras.
 
Mandrake: glibc temporary file vulnerability fix  30 December 2004 
The Trustix developers discovered that the catchsegv and glibcbug utilities, part of the glibc package, created temporary files in an insecure manner. This could allow for a symlink attack to create or overwrite arbitrary files with the privileges of the user invoking the program.
 
Mandrake: kdelibs konqueror email vulnerability fix  30 December 2004 
A vulnerability in the Konqueror web browser was discovered that would allow a malicious web site to take advantage of a flaw in kio_ftp to send email messages without user interaction.
 
Mandrake: xpdf buffer overflow vulnerability fix  30 December 2004 
iDefense reported a buffer overflow vulnerability, which affects versions of xpdf <= xpdf-3.0. An attacker could construct a malicious payload file which could enable arbitrary code execution on the target system.
 
Mandrake: gpdf buffer overflow vulnerability fix  30 December 2004 
iDefense reported a buffer overflow vulnerability, which affects versions of xpdf <= xpdf-3.0 and several programs, like gpdf, which use embedded xpdf code. An attacker could construct a malicious payload file which could enable arbitrary code execution on the target system.
 
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