Gentoo Linux Security Advisories

GLSA 200405-17 (high) - Multiple vulnerabilities in metamail
Several format string bugs and buffer overflows were discovered in metamail, potentially allowing execution of arbitrary code remotely.
GLSA 200405-16 (normal) - Multiple XSS Vulnerabilities in SquirrelMail
SquirrelMail is subject to several XSS and one SQL injection vulnerability.
GLSA 200405-15 (normal) - cadaver heap-based buffer overflow
There is a heap-based buffer overflow vulnerability in the neon library used in cadaver, possibly leading to execution of arbitrary code when connected to a malicious server.
GLSA 200405-14 (normal) - Buffer overflow in Subversion
There is a vulnerability in the Subversion date parsing code which may lead to denial of service attacks, or execution of arbitrary code. Both the client and server are vulnerable.
GLSA 200405-13 (normal) - neon heap-based buffer overflow
A vulnerability potentially allowing remote execution of arbitrary code has been discovered in the neon library.
GLSA 200405-12 (high) - CVS heap overflow vulnerability
CVS is subject to a heap overflow vulnerability allowing source repository compromise.
GLSA 200405-11 (normal) - KDE URI Handler Vulnerabilities
Vulnerabilities in KDE URI handlers makes your system vulnerable to various attacks.
GLSA 200405-10 (normal) - Icecast denial of service vulnerability
Icecast is vulnerable to a denial of service attack allowing remote users to crash the application.
GLSA 200405-09 (high) - ProFTPD Access Control List bypass vulnerability
Version 1.2.9 of ProFTPD introduced a vulnerability that causes CIDR-based Access Control Lists (ACLs) to be treated as "AllowAll", thereby allowing remote users full access to files available to the FTP daemon.
GLSA 200405-08 (high) - Pound format string vulnerability
There is a format string flaw in Pound, allowing remote execution of arbitrary code with the rights of the Pound process.
GLSA 200405-07 (high) - Exim verify=header_syntax buffer overflow
When the verify=header_syntax option is set, there is a buffer overflow in Exim that allows remote execution of arbitrary code.
GLSA 200405-06 (normal) - libpng denial of service vulnerability
A bug in the libpng library can be abused to crash programs making use of that library to decode PNG images.
GLSA 200405-05 (normal) - Utempter symlink vulnerability
Utempter contains a vulnerability that may allow local users to overwrite arbitrary files via a symlink attack.
GLSA 200405-04 (high) - OpenOffice.org vulnerability when using DAV servers
Several format string vulnerabilities are present in the Neon library included in OpenOffice.org, allowing remote execution of arbitrary code when connected to an untrusted WebDAV server.
GLSA 200405-03 (high) - ClamAV VirusEvent parameter vulnerability
With a specific configuration (using %f in the VirusEvent parameter), Clam AntiVirus is vulnerable to an attack allowing execution of arbitrary commands.
GLSA 200405-02 (high) - Multiple vulnerabilities in LHa
Two stack-based buffer overflows and two directory traversal problems have been found in LHa. These vulnerabilities can be used to execute arbitrary code or as a denial of service attack.
GLSA 200405-01 (normal) - Multiple format string vulnerabilities in neon 0.24.4 and earlier
There are multiple format string vulnerabilities in libneon which may allow a malicious WebDAV server to execute arbitrary code.
GLSA 200404-21 (normal) - Multiple Vulnerabilities in Samba
There is a bug in smbfs which may allow local users to gain root via a setuid file on a mounted Samba share. Also, there is a tmpfile symlink vulnerability in the smbprint script distributed with Samba.
GLSA 200404-20 (normal) - Multiple vulnerabilities in xine
Several vulnerabilities have been found in xine-ui and xine-lib, potentially allowing an attacker to overwrite files with the rights of the user.
GLSA 200404-19 (normal) - Buffer overflows and format string vulnerabilities in LCDproc
Multiple remote vulnerabilities have been found in the LCDd server, allowing execution of arbitrary code with the rights of the LCDd user.

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