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Mandrake: webmin vulnerability  27 September 2004 
A vulnerability in webmin was discovered by Ludwig Nussel. A temporary directory was used in webmin, however it did not check for the previous owner of the directory.
 
Mandrake: ImageMagick fix arbitray code execution vulnerabilities  22 September 2004 
Several buffer overflow vulnerabilities in ImageMagick were discovered by Marcus Meissner from SUSE. These vulnerabilities would allow an attacker to create a malicious image or video file in AVI, BMP, or DIB formats which could crash the reading process.
 
Mandrake: mpg123 update fix vulnerabilities  22 September 2004 
A vulnerability in mpg123 was discovered by Davide Del Vecchio where certain malicious mpg3/2 files would cause mpg123 to fail header checks, which could in turn allow arbitrary code to be executed with the privileges of the user running mpg123 (CAN-2004-0805).
 
Mandrake: webmin update  22 September 2004 
A vulnerability in webmin was discovered by Ludwig Nussel. A temporary directory was used in webmin, however it did not check for the previous owner of the directory.
 
Mandrake: mpeg123 vulnerability  22 September 2004 
A vulnerability in mpg123 was discovered by Davide Del Vecchio where certain malicious mpg3/2 files would cause mpg123 to fail header checks, which could in turn allow arbitrary code to be executed with the privileges of the user running mpg123 (CAN-2004-0805).
 
Mandrake: ImageMagick several buffer overflow vulnerabilities  22 September 2004 
Several buffer overflow vulnerabilities in ImageMagick were discovered by Marcus Meissner from SUSE. These vulnerabilities would allow an attacker to create a malicious image or video file in AVI, BMP, or DIB formats which could crash the reading process.
 
Mandrake: gdk-pixbuf/gtk+2 image loading vulnerabilities  17 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 (CAN-2004-0753).
 
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