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Mandriva: 2014:131: file  09 July 2014 
Updated file packages fix security vulnerabilities: A flaw was found in the way file parsed property information from Composite Document Files (CDF) files, where the mconvert() function did not correctly compute the truncated pascal string size (CVE-2014-3478). [More...]
 
Mandriva: 2014:130: php  09 July 2014 
Updated php packages fix security vulnerabilities: The unserialize() function in PHP before 5.4.30 and 5.5.14 has a Type Confusion issue related to the SPL ArrayObject and SPLObjectStorage Types (CVE-2014-3515). [More...]
 
Mandriva: 2014:129: ffmpeg  09 July 2014 
Multiple vulnerabilities has been discovered and corrected in ffmpeg: Multiple unspecified vulnerabilities in libavcodec/wmalosslessdec.c in FFmpeg before 0.11 have unknown impact and attack vectors related to (1) size of mclms arrays, (2) a get_bits(0) in decode_ac_filter, and [More...]
 
Mandriva: 2014:128: iodine  09 July 2014 
Updated iodine packages fix security vulnerability: Oscar Reparaz discovered an authentication bypass vulnerability in iodine, a tool for tunneling IPv4 data through a DNS server. A remote attacker could provoke a server to accept the rest of the setup or [More...]
 
Mandriva: 2014:127: gnupg  09 July 2014 
Updated gnupg and gnupg2 packages fix security vulnerability: GnuPG versions before 1.4.17 and 2.0.24 are vulnerable to a denial of service which can be caused by garbled compressed data packets which may put gpg into an infinite loop (CVE-2014-4617). [More...]
 
Mandriva: 2014:126: phpmyadmin  08 July 2014 
Multiple vulnerabilities has been discovered and corrected in phpmyadmin: Multiple cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities in phpMyAdmin 4.2.x before 4.2.4 allow remote authenticated users to inject arbitrary web [More...]
 
Mandriva: 2014:125: nspr  13 June 2014 
A vulnerability has been discovered and corrected in nspr: Mozilla Netscape Portable Runtime (NSPR) before 4.10.6 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code or cause a denial of service (out-of-bounds write) via vectors involving the sprintf and console [More...]
 
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