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OpenBSD: cvs Pathname validation vulnerabilities  10 May 2004 
Patches for both client and server prevent file creation and modification outside of allowed directories.
OpenBSD: OpenSSL Denial of service vulnerability  17 March 2004 
Remote attacker can trigger a null-pointer dereference, crashing OpenSSL.
OpenBSD: isakmpd Denial of service vulnerability  17 March 2004 
An attacker can craft malformed payloads that can cause the isakmpd(8) process to stop processing requests.
OpenBSD: httpd Improper rule non-match  15 March 2004 
Using IP addresses without a netmask on big endian 64-bit platforms causes the rules to fail to match.
OpenBSD: tcp/ip Denial of service vulnerability  09 March 2004 
Vulnerability allows remotely triggered denial of service.
OpenBSD: IPv6 Denial of service vulnerability  09 February 2004 
This bug can be exploited to lock up the network stack if reachable via IPv6.
OpenBSD: kernel Protected memory violation  09 February 2004 
A reference counting bug in the shmat(2) system call could be used to write to kernel memory under certain circumstances.
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