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Mandrake: Mandrakelinux 10.1 various issues fix  04 November 2004 
Various packages are now available that fix certain bugs in KDE-related packages in Mandrakelinux 10.1 Official edition
Mandrake: xorg-x11 libXpm overflow vulnerabilities fix  04 November 2004 
Chris Evans found several stack and integer overflows in the libXpm code of X.Org/XFree86
Mandrake: iptables vulnerability fix  04 November 2004 
Faheem Mitha discovered that the iptables tool would not always load the required modules on its own as it should have, which could in turn lead to firewall rules not being loaded on system startup in some cases.
Mandrake: mod_ssl information disclosure vulnerability fix  02 November 2004 
A vulnerability in mod_ssl was discovered by Hartmut Keil. After a renegotiation, mod_ssl would fail to ensure that the requested cipher suite is actually negotiated. The provided packages have been patched to prevent this problem.
Mandrake: perl-MIME-tools vulnerability fix  02 November 2004 
There's a bug in MIME-tools, where it mis-parses things like boundary="". Some viruses use an empty boundary, which may allow unapproved parts through MIMEDefang.
Mandrake: netatalk temporary file vulnerability fix  02 November 2004 
The script, part of the netatalk package, creates files in /tmp with predicatable names which could allow a local attacker to use symbolic links to point to a valid file on the filesystem which could lead to the overwriting of arbitrary files if is executed by someone with enough privilege.
Mandrake: mpg123 vulnerability fix  02 November 2004 
Carlos Barros discovered two buffer overflow vulnerabilities in mpg123; the first in the getauthfromURL() function and the second in the http_open() function. These vulnerabilities could be exploited to possibly execute arbitrary code with the privileges of the user running mpg123.
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