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Mandrake: cvs Multiple vulnerabilities  10 June 2004 
This patch addresses four seperate security issues with cvs.
 
Mandrake: mdkonline Patch fix  10 June 2004 
The previous update did not parse noarch packages, and new archs have been added (ia64, amd64, x86_64, ppc64) as well. As well, the mdkapplet now forces a restart when changes to itself have occurred.
 
Mandrake: krb5 Patch fix  10 June 2004 
The original patch provided contained a bug where rule-based entries on systems without HAVE_REGCOMP would not work.
 
Mandrake: tripwire Format string vulnerability  08 June 2004 
Exploit could allow a local user to execute arbitrary code with the rights of the user running tripwire (typically root).
 
Mandrake: krb5 Buffer overflow vulnerabilities  08 June 2004 
This could lead to root privileges, though it requires successfull authentication plus a non-default configuration to exploit.
 
Mandrake: apache2 Buffer overflow vulnerability  08 June 2004 
When mod_ssl is configured to trust the issuing CA, a remote attacker may be able to execute arbitrary code via a client certificate with a long subject DN.
 
Mandrake: mod_ssl Buffer overflow vulnerability  08 June 2004 
A remote attacker may be able to execute arbitrary code via a client certificate with a long subject DN.
 
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