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Mandrake: samba Buffer overflow vulnerabilities  23 July 2004 
This patch fixes two seperate exploitable buffer overruns in samba.
 
Mandrake: freeswan Multiple vulnerabilities  16 July 2004 
This patch resolves a DN impersonation attack as well as a denial of service.
 
Mandrake: ipsec-tools Multiple vulnerabilities  16 July 2004 
This patch fixes both a Denial of Service attack and an ACL escape.
 
Mandrake: php Multple vulnerabilities  16 July 2004 
This patch resolves an improper memory_limit trigger as well as a possible XSS issue.
 
Mandrake: ethereal Multiple vulnerabilities  09 July 2004 
It may be possible to make Ethereal crash or run arbitrary code by injecting a purposefully malformed packet into the wire or by convincing someone to read a malformed packet trace file.
 
Mandrake: kernel Multiple vulnerabilities  08 July 2004 
This patch addresses a large number of vulnerabilities, uncluding the ability for a user to set the gid of arbitrary files.
 
Mandrake: tripwire Format string vulnerability  08 July 2004 
A format string vulnerability in tripwire could allow a local user to execute arbitrary code with the rights of the user running tripwire (typically root).
 
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