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OpenBSD: kernel heap overflow in IPsec  14 December 2004 
On systems running isakmpd(8) it is possible for a local user to cause kernel memory corruption and system panic by setting ipsec(4) credentials on a socket. Stopping isakmpd(8) does not prevent the memory corruption.
OpenBSD: login_radius security flaw  21 September 2004 
Eilko Bos has reported that radius authentication, as implemented by login_radius(8), was not checking the shared secret used for replies sent by the radius server.
OpenBSD: Xpm security fix  16 September 2004 
Chris Evans reported several flaws (stack and integer overflows) in theXpm library code that parses image files (CAN-2004-0687, CAN-2004-0688).Some of these would be exploitable when parsing malicious image files inan application that handles XPM images, if they could escape ProPolice.
OpenBSD: zlib reliabilty fix  31 August 2004 
A bug has been found in the version of zlib included in OpenBSD 3.5(and only 3.5) that could allow an attacker to crash programs linkedwith it
OpenBSD: cvs Multiple vulnerabilities  10 June 2004 
While no exploits are known to exist for these bugs under OpenBSD at this time, some of the bugs have proven exploitable on other operating systems.
OpenBSD: cvs Heap overflow vulnerability  25 May 2004 
Malignant clients can run arbitrary code on CVS servers.
OpenBSD: procfs Incorrect bounds checking vulnerability  13 May 2004 
Incorrect bounds checking in several procfs functions could allow an unprivileged malicious user to read arbitrary kernel memory.
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