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NetBSD: Insufficient argument validation in compat code  17 December 2004 
Some of the translation functions performed unsafe operations using the syscall arguments, and were exploitable to cause kernel traps. Some of the flaws may be exploitable and result in privilege escalation.
 
NetBSD: ftpd Privilege escalation vulnerability  20 August 2004 
A set of flaws in the ftpd source code can be used together to achieve root access within an ftp session.
 
NetBSD: cvs Heap overflow vulnerabilities  08 June 2004 
CVS had heap overflow vulnerabilities which can be trigged remotely by malicious people on the net.
 
NetBSD: systrace Privilege escalation vulnerability  13 May 2004 
A local user that is allowed to use /dev/systrace can obtain root access.
 
NetBSD: tcp Denial of service vulnerability  21 April 2004 
Patch modifies the TCP/IP stack to minimize the probability of a disconnection or data injection attack, even without using IPSec.
 
NetBSD: OpenSSL Denial of service vulnerabilities  21 April 2004 
This patch fixes two seperate Denial of Service vulnerabilities.
 
NetBSD: OpenSSL Denial of service vulnerability  20 February 2004 
OpenSSL 0.9.6k ASN.1 parser had a possible denial-of-service vulnerability.
 
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