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Mandrake: libxpm4 libXpm overflow vulnerabilities  16 September 2004 
Chris Evans found several stack and integer overflows in the libXpm code of X.Org/XFree86 (from which the libxpm code is derived).
 
Mandrake: cups denial of service  15 September 2004 
Alvaro Martinez Echevarria discovered a vulnerability in the CUPS print server where an empty UDP datagram sent to port 631 would disable browsing.
 
Mandrake: apache2 multiple vulnerabilities  15 September 2004 
Two Denial of Service conditions were discovered in the input filter of mod_ssl, the module that enables apache to handle HTTPS requests.
 
Mandrake: gdk-pixbuf image loading vulnerabilities  15 September 2004 
A vulnerability was found in the gdk-pixbug bmp loader where a bad BMP image could send the bmp loader into an infinite loop. Chris Evans found a heap-based overflow and a stack-based overflow in the xpm loader of gdk-pixbuf.
 
Mandrake: printer-drivers vulnerability  15 September 2004 
The foomatic-rip filter, which is part of foomatic-filters package, contains a vulnerability that allows anyone with access to CUPS, local or remote, to execute arbitrary commands on the server
 
Mandrake: squid denial of service  15 September 2004 
A vulnerability in the NTLM helpers in squid 2.5 could allow for malformed NTLMSSP packets to crash squid, resulting in a DoS. The provided packages have been patched to prevent this problem.
 
Mandrake: cups DoS vulnerability  15 September 2004 
Alvaro Martinez Echevarria discovered a vulnerability in the CUPS print server where an empty UDP datagram sent to port 631 (the default port that cupsd listens to) would disable browsing.
 
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