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Red Hat: IA64 kernel Multiple vulnerabilities  22 April 2004 
Updated IA64 kernel packages fix a variety of security vulnerabilities.
 
Red Hat: kernel Buffer overflow vulnerability  22 April 2004 
Updated kernel packages that fix a security vulnerability which may allowlocal users to gain root privileges are now available.
 
Red Hat: kernel Multiple vulnerabilities  21 April 2004 
Updated kernel packages that fix several minor security vulnerabilities are now available.
 
Red Hat: subversion Multiple format string vulnerabilities  15 April 2004 
An attacker could create a malicious WebDAV server in such a way as to allow arbitrary code execution on the client connecting via subserversion.
 
Red Hat: OpenOffice Multiple format string vulnerabilities  14 April 2004 
An attacker could create a malicious WebDAV server in such a way as to allow arbitrary code execution on the client.
 
Red Hat: mailman Denial of service vulnerability  14 April 2004 
An updated mailman package that closes a DoS vulnerability in mailman introduced by RHSA-2004:019 is now available.
 
Red Hat: cadaver Multiple format string vulnerabilities  14 April 2004 
An updated cadaver package that fixes a vulnerability in neon exploitable by a malicious DAV server is now available.
 
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