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Mandrake: gpdf buffer overflow vulnerability fix  30 December 2004 
iDefense reported a buffer overflow vulnerability, which affects versions of xpdf <= xpdf-3.0 and several programs, like gpdf, which use embedded xpdf code. An attacker could construct a malicious payload file which could enable arbitrary code execution on the target system.
 
Mandrake: cups buffer overflow vulnerability fix  30 December 2004 
iDefense reported a buffer overflow vulnerability, which affects versions of xpdf <= xpdf-3.0 and several programs, like cups, which use embedded xpdf code. An attacker could construct a malicious payload file which could enable arbitrary code execution on the target system.
 
Mandrake: koffice multiple vulnerabilities fix  30 December 2004 
Chris Evans discovered numerous vulnerabilities in the xpdf package, which also effect software using embedded xpdf code, such as koffice (CAN-2004-0888).
 
Mandrake: kdegrapics buffer overflow vulnerability fix  30 December 2004 
iDefense reported a buffer overflow vulnerability, which affects versions of xpdf <= xpdf-3.0 and several programs, like kdegraphics, which use embedded xpdf code. An attacker could construct a malicious payload file which could enable arbitrary code execution on the target system.
 
Mandrake: tetex multiple vulnerabilities fix  30 December 2004 
Chris Evans discovered numerous vulnerabilities in the xpdf package, which also effect software using embedded xpdf code, such as tetex (CAN-2004-0888).
 
Mandrake: integer overflow vulnerabilities update  27 December 2004 
Remote exploitation of an integer overflow vulnerability in the smbd daemon included in Samba 2.0.x, Samba 2.2.x, and Samba 3.0.x prior to and including 3.0.9 could allow an attacker to cause controllable heap corruption, leading to execution of arbitrary commands with root privileges.
 
Mandrake: mplayer multiple vulnerabilities fix  22 December 2004 
A number of vulnerabilities were discovered in the MPlayer program by iDEFENSE, Ariel Berkman, and the MPlayer development team. These vulnerabilities include potential heap overflows in Real RTSP and pnm streaming code, stack overflows in MMST streaming code, and multiple buffer overflows in the BMP demuxer and mp3lib code.
 
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