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Mandrake: apache Buffer overflow vulnerability  30 June 2004 
If mod_proxy is in use, this can be exploited by a remote user to execute arbitrary code with user apache's privileges.
Mandrake: apache2 Denial of service vulnerability  30 June 2004 
Exploiting this can lead to httpd consuming an arbitrary amount of memory.
Mandrake: libpng Buffer overflow vulnerability  30 June 2004 
This buffer overflow can lead to Denial of Service or even remote compromise.
Mandrake: kernel Multiple vulnerabilities  25 June 2004 
This patch fixes the famous kernel-crash bug and includes some driver-related security fixes as well.
Mandrake: dhcp Buffer overflow vulnerabilities  25 June 2004 
Exploiting these bugs can lead to denial of service or execution of arbitrary code.
Mandrake: ksymoops Insecure temporary file vulnerability  10 June 2004 
The script fails to do proper checking when copying a file to the /tmp directory.
Mandrake: squid Buffer overflow vulnerability  10 June 2004 
This buffer overflow can be exploited by a remote attacker by sending an overly long password, and grants the ability to execute arbitrary code.
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