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Mandrake: samba remote vulnerability fix  18 November 2004 
Steffan Esser discovered that invalid bounds checking in reply to certain trans2 requests could result in a buffer overrun in smbd. This can only be exploited by a malicious user able to create files with very specific Unicode filenames on a samba share.
Mandrake: qt3 problem with fullscreen applications fix  18 November 2004 
A problem exits in qt3 on the x86_64 platform when trying to switch an application to fullscreen mode. The updated packages correct the issue.
Mandrake: kdeutils problem with kfloppy fix  18 November 2004 
A problem with kfloppy and udev exists that prevent users from formatting floppy disks. The updated packages correct the issue.
Mandrake: clamav updateable engine update  18 November 2004 
The clamav databases for clamav version 0.75.1 no longer update, but rather return an error that the user needs to upgrade immediately. This update provides clamav 0.80 which allows for the databases to be updated.
Mandrake: Apache2 request DoS fix  17 November 2004 
A vulnerability in apache 2.0.35-2.0.52 was discovered by Chintan Trivedi; he found that by sending a large amount of specially- crafted HTTP GET requests, a remote attacker could cause a Denial of Service on the httpd server.
Mandrake: Apache buffer overflow fix  17 November 2004 
A possible buffer overflow exists in the get_tag() function of mod_include, and if SSI (Server Side Includes) are enabled, a local attacker may be able to run arbitrary code with the rights of an httpd child process.
Mandrake: sudo vulnerability fix  17 November 2004 
Liam Helmer discovered a flow in sudo's environment sanitizing. This flaw could allow a malicious users with permission to run a shell script that uses the bash shell to run arbitrary commands.
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