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Mandrake: mplayer Buffer overflow vulnerability  06 April 2004 
Exploitation could result in the execution of arbitrary code with the permissions of the user.
 
Mandrake: squid Access control escape vulnerability  31 March 2004 
It is possible for a remote attacker to create URLs that would not be properly tested against squid's ACLs, and thus be automatically allowed.
 
Mandrake: ethereal Multiple vulnerabilities  31 March 2004 
This update patches quite a few ethereal issues, with threats ranging from denial of service to execution of arbitrary code.
 
Mandrake: OpenSSL Denial of service vulnerabilities  17 March 2004 
This update resolves two vulnerabilities in OpenSSL that can remotely trigger a crash.
 
Mandrake: kdelibs Path restriction escape vulnerability  10 March 2004 
Exploitation of this bug allows attacker to escape path restrictions specified by cookie originator.
 
Mandrake: mozilla Multiple vulnerabilities  10 March 2004 
Various serious vulnerabilities allow remote code execution and the reading of authentication information with one's proxy.
 
Mandrake: gdk-pixbuf Denial of service vulneraiblity  10 March 2004 
A malicious BMP file can crash the Evolution mail client.
 
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