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Slackware: apache Multiple vulnerabilities  13 May 2004 
Patch corrects denial of service and shell escape vulnerabilities.
Slackware: lha Multiple vulneraiblities  10 May 2004 
Fixes buffer overflows and directory traversal vulnerabilities.
Slackware: libpng Denial of service vulnerability  10 May 2004 
libpng could be caused to crash, creating a denial of service issue if network services are linked with it.
Slackware: xine-lib Arbitrary code execution vulnerability  10 May 2004 
Playing a specially crafted Real RTSP stream could run malicious code as the user playing the stream.
Slackware: rsync Improper write access vulnerability  10 May 2004 
When running an rsync server without the chroot option it is possible for an attacker to write outside of the allowed directory.
Slackware: sysklogd Denial of service vulnerability  10 May 2004 
New sysklogd packages are available for Slackware 8.1, 9.0, 9.1, and -current to fix a security issue where a user could cause syslogd to crash.
Slackware: kernel Security Issues  28 April 2004 
New kernel packages are available for Slackware 9.1 and -current tofix security issues
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