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Red Hat: util-linux Login data leakage  03 February 2004 
In some situations, the login program could use a pointer that had beenfreed and reallocated.
Red Hat: mc Buffer overflow vulnerability  03 February 2004 
A buffer overflow allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code duringsymlink conversion.
Red Hat: NetPBM Temporary file vulnerabilities  03 February 2004 
A number of temporary file bugs have been found in versions of NetPBM.
Red Hat: gaim Multiple vulnerabilities  26 January 2004 
Multiple buffer overflows that affect versions of Gaim 0.75 and earlier.
Red Hat: slocate Heap overflow vulnerability  22 January 2004 
A local user could exploit this vulnerability to gain "slocate" group privileges and then read the entire slocate database.
Red Hat: mc Buffer overflow vulnerability  21 January 2004 
This vulnerability allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code duringsymlink conversion.
Red Hat: tcpdump Denial of service vulnerability  14 January 2004 
Crafted remote packets can result in a denial of service, or possibly execute arbitrary code as the 'pcap' user.
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