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Mandrake: krb5 multiple vulnerabilities  01 September 2004 
A double-free vulnerability exists in the MIT Kerberos 5's KDC program that could potentially allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on the KDC host.
 
Mandrake: krb5 multiple vulnerabilities  01 September 2004 
A double-free vulnerability exists in the MIT Kerberos 5's KDC program that could potentially allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on the KDC host
 
Mandrake: kernel multiple vulnerabilities  27 August 2004 
A race condition was discovered in the 64bit file offset handling by Paul Starzetz from iSEC.
 
Mandrake: kdelibs several vulnerabilities  21 August 2004 
A number of vulnerabilities were discovered in KDE that are corrected with these update packages.
 
Mandrake: qt3 Heap overflow vulnerability  20 August 2004 
his vulnerability could allow for the compromise of the account used to view or browse malicious graphic files.
 
Mandrake: spamassassin Denial of service vulnerability  20 August 2004 
Security fix prevents a denial of service attack open to certain malformed messages.
 
Mandrake: rsync Insufficient path sanitation  20 August 2004 
If rsync is running in daemon mode, and not in a chrooted environment, it is possible for a remote attacker to trick rsyncd into creating an absolute pathname while sanitizing it.
 
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