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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.
Slackware: XFree86 Multiple buffer overflows  13 February 2004 
These fix overflows which could possibly be exploited to gain unauthorized root access.
Slackware: mutt Buffer overflow vulnerability  13 February 2004 
Upgrade to version 1.4.2i to fix a buffer overflow that could lead to a machine compromise.
Slackware: gaim Multiple vulnerabilities  26 January 2004 
12 vulnerabilities were found in the instant messenger GAIM that allow remote compromise.
Slackware: kdepim Permission leak vulnerability  15 January 2004 
A carefully crafted .VCF file enables local attackers to execute arbitrary commands with the victim's privileges.
Slackware: INN Buffer overflow vulnerability  15 January 2004 
Upgrade to inn-2.4.1 to fix a potentially exploitable buffer overflow.
Slackware: kernel Priv. Escal. patch for 8.1  09 January 2004 
There is a bounds-checking problem in the kernel's mremap() call which could be used by a local attacker to gain root privileges.
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