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Mandrake: mc Buffer overflow vulnerability  27 January 2004 
This vulnerability could allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code during symlink conversion.
 
Mandrake: gaim Multiple vulnerabilities  27 January 2004 
Multiple buffer overflows exist in gaim 0.75 and earlier.
 
Mandrake: jabber Denial of service vulnerability  23 January 2004 
A vulnerability was found in the jabber program where a bug in the handling of SSL connections could cause the server process to crash, resulting in a DoS (Denial of Service).
 
Mandrake: slocate Heap overflow  23 January 2004 
This could be exploited by a local user to gain privileges of the 'slocate' group. The updated packages contain a patch from Kevin Lindsay that causes slocate to drop privileges before reading a user-supplied database.
 
Mandrake: kdepim Permission leak vulnerability  15 January 2004 
This vulnerability allows for a carefully crafted .VCF file to enable a local attacker to execute arbitrary commands with the victim's privileges.
 
Mandrake: etherial Multiple DoS vulernabilities  13 January 2004 
Two vulnerabilities can be exploited to make Ethereal crash.
 
Mandrake: kernel Privilege escalation vulnerability  08 January 2004 
A flaw in bounds checking in mremap() in the Linux kernel may be used to allow a local attacker to obtain root privilege.
 
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