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Red Hat: kernel Privilege escalation vulnerability  18 February 2004 
Updated kernel packages that fix security vulnerabilities which may allow local users to gain root privileges are now available.
 
Red Hat: samba Improper account enabling vuln.  18 February 2004 
If an account for a user is created, but marked as disabled using the mksmbpasswd script, it is possible for Samba to overwrite the user's password with the contents of an uninitialized buffer.
 
Red Hat: XFree86 Multiple buffer overflows  18 February 2004 
Updated XFree86 packages that fix a privilege escalation vulnerability are now available.
 
Red Hat: PWLib Denial of service vulnerability  13 February 2004 
The effects of such an attack can vary depending on the application, but would usually result in a Denial of Service.
 
Red Hat: XFree86 Multiple buffer overflows  13 February 2004 
A local attacker could exploit this vulnerability by creating a carefully-crafted file and gaining root privileges.
 
Red Hat: mutt Denial of service vulnerability  11 February 2004 
New mutt packages that fix a remotely-triggerable crash in the menu drawing code are now available.
 
Red Hat: gaim Multiple vulnerabilities  09 February 2004 
If Gaim uses an HTTP proxy for connecting to a server, it could run arbitrary code as the running user.
 
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