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Mandrake: libneon Heap overflow vulnerability  19 May 2004 
It was discovered that in portions of neon can be used to overflow a static heap variable.
 
Mandrake: cvs Buffer overflow vulnerability  19 May 2004 
Stefan Esser discovered that malformed "Entry" lines can be used to overflow malloc()ed memory in a way that can be remotely exploited.
 
Mandrake: kdelibs Insufficient input sanitation  19 May 2004 
This vulnerability can allow remote attackers to create or truncate arbitrary files.
 
Mandrake: apache Multiple vulnerabilities  18 May 2004 
Patch fixes four seperate apache vulnerabilities.
 
Mandrake: passwd Multiple vulnerabilities  18 May 2004 
Passwords given to passwd via stdin are one character shorter than they are supposed to be. He also discovered that pam may not have been sufficiently initialized to ensure safe and proper operation.
 
Mandrake: libuser Denial of service vulnerability  18 May 2004 
Steve Grubb discovered a number of problems in the libuser library that can lead to a crash in applications linked to it, or possibly write 4GB of garbage to the disk.
 
Mandrake: apache2 Denial of service vulnerability  12 May 2004 
A memory leak in mod_ssl in the Apache HTTP Server prior to version 2.0.49 allows a remote denial of service attack against an SSL-enabled server.
 
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