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Mandrake: libpng Buffer overflow vulnerabilities  11 August 2004 
Chris Evans discovered numerous vulnerabilities in the libpng graphics library.
Mandrake: Multiple vulnerabilities  30 July 2004 
These updated packages contain fixes to libneon to correct the several format string vulnerabilities in it, as well as a heap-based buffer overflow vulnerability.
Mandrake: wv Buffer overflow vulnerabilty  30 July 2004 
iDefense discovered a buffer overflow vulnerability in the wv package which could allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code with the runner's privileges.
Mandrake: sox Buffer overflow vulnerabilities  29 July 2004 
Ulf Harnhammar discovered two buffer overflows in SoX. They occur when the sox or play commands handle malicious .WAV files.
Mandrake: mod_ssl Insecure log access  29 July 2004 
Ralf S. Engelschall found a remaining risky call to ssl_log while reviewing code for another issue reported by Virulent.
Mandrake: webmin Multiple vulnerabilities  29 July 2004 
This patch addresses an information leak and a method that allows brute force user/password attacks.
Mandrake: XFree86 Improper open port vulnerability  29 July 2004 
XDM in XFree86 opens a chooserFd TCP socket even when DisplayManager.requestPort is 0, which could allow remote attackers to connect to the port, in violation of the intended restrictions.
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