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Red Hat: tcpdump,libpcap,arpwatch Denial of service vulnerability  27 May 2004 
Upon receiving specially crafted ISAKMP packets, TCPDUMP would crash.
 
Red Hat: LHA Multiple vulnerabilities  27 May 2004 
Ulf Harnhammar discovered two stack buffer overflows and two directory traversal flaws in LHA.
 
Red Hat: utempter Symlink vulnerability  27 May 2004 
An updated utempter package that fixes a potential symlink vulnerability is now available.
 
Red Hat: rsync Chroot escape vulnerability  19 May 2004 
An updated rsync package that fixes a directory traversal security flaw is now available.
 
Red Hat: libpng Denial of service vulnerability  19 May 2004 
An attacker could carefully craft a PNG file in such a way that it would cause an application linked to libpng to crash when opened by a victim.
 
Red Hat: mc Multiple vulnerabilities  19 May 2004 
Updated mc packages that resolve several buffer overflow vulnerabilities, one format string vulnerability and several temporary file creation vulnerabilities are now available.
 
Red Hat: cadaver Heap overflow vulnerability  19 May 2004 
An updated cadaver package is now available that fixes a vulnerability in neon which could be exploitable by a malicious DAV server.
 
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