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Mandrake: squid denial of service  15 September 2004 
A vulnerability in the NTLM helpers in squid 2.5 could allow for malformed NTLMSSP packets to crash squid, resulting in a DoS. The provided packages have been patched to prevent this problem.
Mandrake: cups DoS vulnerability  15 September 2004 
Alvaro Martinez Echevarria discovered a vulnerability in the CUPS print server where an empty UDP datagram sent to port 631 (the default port that cupsd listens to) would disable browsing.
Mandrake: apache2 multiple vulnerabilities  15 September 2004 
Two Denial of Service conditions were discovered in the input filter of mod_ssl, the module that enables apache to handle HTTPS requests.
Mandrake: samba multiple vulnerabilities  13 September 2004 
Two vulnerabilities were discovered in samba 3.0.x.
Mandrake: zlib DoS vulnerability  08 September 2004 
Due to a Debian bug report, a Denial of Service vulnerability was discovered in the zlib compression library versions 1.2.x, in the inflate() and inflateBack() functions. Older versions of zlib are not affected.
Mandrake: cdrecord local root vulnerability  08 September 2004 
Max Vozeler found that the cdrecord program, which is suid root, fails to drop euid=0 when it exec()s a program specified by the user through the $RSH environment variable. This can be abused by a local attacker to obtain root privileges.
Mandrake: imlib2 BMP crash vulnerability  08 September 2004 
Marcus Meissner discovered that the imlib and imlib2 libraries are also affected with a similar BMP-related vulnerability as the recent QT updates
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