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Mandrake: XFree86 Multiple buffer overflows  18 February 2004 
Two buffer overflow vulnerabilities were found by iDEFENSE in XFree86's parsing of the font.alias file.
Mandrake: netpbm Temporary file vulnerabilities  12 February 2004 
These could allow a local user the ability to overwrite or create files as a different user.
Mandrake: mutt Denial of service vulnerability  12 February 2004 
A carefully crafted mail message can cause mutt to segfault and possibly execute arbitrary code as the user running mutt.
Mandrake: glibc Mandrake: 'glibc' resolver overflow  05 February 2004 
A read buffer overflow vulnerability exists in the resolver code in versions of glibc up to and including 2.2.5.
Mandrake: gaim Multiple vulernabilities  02 February 2004 
Multiple buffer overflows exist in gaim 0.75 and earlier.
Mandrake: tcpdump Non-sanitized input vulernability  27 January 2004 
If fed a maliciously crafted packet, could be exploited to crash tcpdump or potentially execute arbitrary code.
Mandrake: mc Buffer overflow vulnerability  27 January 2004 
This vulnerability could allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code during symlink conversion.
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