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Slackware: xine Insecure temporary file vulnerability  21 April 2004 
This release fixes a security problem where opening a malicious MRL could write to system (or other) files.
 
Slackware: utempter Insecure symlink vulnerability  20 April 2004 
Steve Grubb has identified an issue with utempter-0.5.2 where under certain circumstances an attacker could cause it to overwrite files through a symlink.
 
Slackware: cvs Arbitrary file creation vulnerabilities  19 April 2004 
Two seperate cvs vulnerabilities, one for the client and one for the server, allow the creation of files at arbitrary paths.
 
Slackware: tcpdump Denial of service vulnerability  19 April 2004 
Upgraded tcpdump packages are available for Slackware 8.1, 9.0, 9.1, and -current to fix denial-of-service issues.
 
Slackware: OpenSSL Denial of service vulnerability  18 March 2004 
Fixes available for two potential denial-of-service issues in earlier versions of OpenSSL.
 
Slackware: metamail Multiple vulnerabilities  18 February 2004 
These fix two format string bugs and two buffer overflows which could lead to unauthorized code execution.
 
Slackware: kernel Privilege escalation vulnerability  18 February 2004 
A bounds-checking problem in the kernel's mremap() call could be used by a local attacker to gain root privileges.
 
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