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Mandrake: MySQL Temporary file vulnerabilities  20 April 2004 
An attacker could create symbolic links in /tmp that could allow for overwriting of files with the privileges of the user running the scripts.
Mandrake: xine-ui Temporary file vulnerability  20 April 2004 
This problem could allow local attackers to overwrite arbitrary files with the privileges of the user invoking the script.
Mandrake: libneon Format string vulnerabilities  20 April 2004 
A number of various format string vulnerabilities were discovered in the error output handling of Neon.
Mandrake: utempter Multiple vulnerabilities  19 April 2004 
Incorrect path validation and denial of service vulnerabilities are patched here.
Mandrake: tcpdump Multiple vulnerabilities  15 April 2004 
Corrects out of bounds read and DoS attack.
Mandrake: kernel Multiple vulnerabilities  14 April 2004 
This patch fixes a large variety of kernel bugs, including an assortment of filesystem related vulnerabilities.
Mandrake: cvs Chroot escape vulnerability  14 April 2004 
A maliciously configured server could then create any file with content on the local user's disk.
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