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Slackware: cvs Multiple vulnerabilities  10 June 2004 
Resolves many vulnerabilities, including a buffer overflow.
Slackware: php Insecure path vulnerability  08 June 2004 
Exploitation of this issue requires a static library at an insecure path, and could allow denial of service or arbitrary code execution.
Slackware: mod_ssl Buffer overflow vulnerability  08 June 2004 
May allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a client certificate with a long subject DN, if mod_ssl is configured to trust the issuing CA.
Slackware: cvs Heap overflow vulnerability  25 May 2004 
Carefully crafted server requests to run arbitrary programs on the CVS server machine.
Slackware: kdelibs Multiple vulnerabilities  18 May 2004 
The telnet, rlogin, ssh and mailto URI handlers in KDE do not do sufficient argument checking, allowing improper passing of arguments.
Slackware: mc Multiple vulnerabilities  17 May 2004 
These could lead to a denial of service or the execution of arbitrary code as the user running mc.
Slackware: apache Multiple vulnerabilities  13 May 2004 
Patch corrects denial of service and shell escape vulnerabilities.
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