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Mandrake: rsync Directory traversal vulnerability  12 May 2004 
Rsync before 2.6.1 does not properly sanitize paths when running a read/write daemon without using chroot, allows remote attackers to write files outside of the module's path.
 
Mandrake: proftpd Access control escape vulnerability  10 May 2004 
CIDR ACLs in version 1.2.9 allow access even to files and directories that are otherwise specifically denied.
 
Mandrake: libpng Out of bounds access vulnerability  30 April 2004 
Bug could potentially lead to a DoS (Denial of Service) condition in a daemon that uses libpng to process PNG imagaes.
 
Mandrake: mc Multiple vulnerabilities  30 April 2004 
Several vulnerabilities in Midnight Commander were found by Jacub Jelinek.
 
Mandrake: sysklogd Vulnerability  29 April 2004 
Steve Grubb discovered a bug in sysklogd where it allocates an insufficient amount of memory which causes sysklogd to write to unallocated memory.
 
Mandrake: kernel Multiple vulnerabilities  28 April 2004 
This patch resolves a large number of kernel vulnerabilities at various levels of seriousness.
 
Mandrake: xchat Improper execution vulnerability  22 April 2004 
Successful exploitation could lead to arbitrary code execution as the user running XChat.
 
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