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Mandrake: gpdf DoS vulnerability fix  22 October 2004 
Chris Evans discovered numerous vulnerabilities in the xpdf package, which also effect software using embedded xpdf code, such as gpdf.
 
Mandrake: xpdf vulnerabilities fix  22 October 2004 
Chris Evans discovered numerous vulnerabilities in the xpdf package which can result in DOS or possibly arbitrary code execution.
 
Mandrake: wxGTK2 vulnerabilities fix  21 October 2004 
Several vulnerabilities have been discovered in the libtiff package; wxGTK2 uses a libtiff code tree, so it may have the same vulnerabilities.
 
Mandrake: gaim vulnerabilities fix  21 October 2004 
More vulnerabilities in gaim include nstalling smiley themes could allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary commands via shell metacharacters in the filename of the tar file that is dragged to the smiley selector. There is also a buffer overflow in the way gaim handles receiving very long URLs.
 
Mandrake: gaim vulnerabilities fix  21 October 2004 
More vulnerabilities have been discovered in the gaim instant messenger client.
 
Mandrake: wxGTK2 vulnerabilities fix  21 October 2004 
Several vulnerabilities have been discovered in the libtiff package; wxGTK2 uses a libtiff code tree, so it may have the same vulnerabilities.
 
Mandrake: squid SNMP processing vulnerability fix  21 October 2004 
iDEFENSE discovered a Denial of Service vulnerability in squid version 2.5.STABLE6 and previous. The problem is due to an ASN1 parsing error where certain header length combinations can slip through the validations performed by the ASN1 parser, leading to the server assuming there is heap corruption or some other exceptional condition, and closing all current connections then restarting.
 
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