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Jan 11 2007   (Red Hat Issues Fix for libgsf) GNOME Structured File Library ole_init_info() Heap Overflow Lets Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Dec 14 2006   GNOME Display Manager Lets Local Users Gain Elevated Privileges
Nov 30 2006   GNOME Structured File Library ole_init_info() Heap Overflow Lets Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Jun 2 2006   (Red Hat Issues Fix) Dia Format String Bugs May Let Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Jun 2 2006   Dia Format String Bugs May Let Users Execute Arbitrary Code
May 3 2006   (Red Hat Issues Fix) Dia Buffer Overflows in XFig Import Plugin May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Mar 31 2006   Dia Buffer Overflows in XFig Import Plugin May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Dec 21 2005   (Red Hat Issues Fix for gpdf) Xpdf Buffer Overflows in Processing DCT and JPX Streams May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Oct 26 2005   (Debian Issues Fix) libgda2 Format String Bugs May Let Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Oct 26 2005   libgda2 Format String Bugs May Let Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Aug 12 2005   (Red Hat Issues Fix for gpdf) Xpdf Large Temporary Files May Let Remote Users Cause Denial of Service Conditions
Jun 13 2005   (Red Hat Issues Fix) gedit Format String Flaw May Let Remote Users Cause Arbitrary Code to Be Executed
Jun 13 2005   gedit Format String Flaw May Let Remote Users Cause Arbitrary Code to Be Executed
May 19 2005   (Red Hat Issues Fix) Evolution Integer Overflow in camel-lock-helper May Let Local and Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
May 5 2005   (Red Hat Issues Fix) Evolution Integer Overflow in camel-lock-helper May Let Local and Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Feb 11 2005   (Debian Issues Fix) Evolution Integer Overflow in camel-lock-helper May Let Local and Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Jan 25 2005   (Gentoo Issues Fix) Evolution Integer Overflow in camel-lock-helper May Let Local and Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Jan 25 2005   Evolution Integer Overflow in camel-lock-helper May Let Local and Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Jan 5 2005   (Red Hat Issues Fix) GNOME VFS Scripts May Let Users Execute Commands
Dec 29 2004   (Gentoo Issues Fix for GPdf) Xpdf Buffer Overflow in doImage() Lets Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Oct 30 2004   Epiphany Browser Tabbed Browsing Errors Let Remote Users Spoof Sites
Oct 28 2004   (Gentoo Issues Fix for GPdf) Xpdf Integer Overflows in indexHigh and pageSize May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Oct 22 2004   (Mandrake Issues Fix for gpdf) Xpdf Integer Overflows in indexHigh and pageSize May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Aug 4 2004   (Red Hat Issues Fix for RHEL) GNOME VFS Scripts May Let Users Execute Commands
Aug 4 2004   GNOME VFS Scripts May Let Users Execute Commands
Apr 12 2004   GNOME Nautilus Buffer Overflow Lets Local Users Create Certain Denial of Service Conditions
Mar 31 2004   (Conectiva Issues Fix) Midnight Commander Uninitialized Buffer May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Mar 29 2004   (Gentoo Issues Fix) Midnight Commander Uninitialized Buffer May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Feb 3 2004   (Red Hat Issues Fix for RH Enterprise Linux) Midnight Commander Uninitialized Buffer May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Jan 27 2004   (Mandrake Issues Fix) Midnight Commander Uninitialized Buffer May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Jan 21 2004   (Red Hat Issues Fix for RH Linux) Midnight Commander Uninitialized Buffer May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Jan 17 2004   (Debian Issues Fix) Midnight Commander Uninitialized Buffer May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Oct 28 2003   (Slackware Issues Fix) GNOME Display Manager (gdm) Can Be Crashed By Local Users
Oct 17 2003   (Conectiva Issues Fix) GNOME Display Manager (gdm) Can Be Crashed By Local Users
Oct 17 2003   (Mandrake Issues Fix) GNOME Display Manager (gdm) Can Be Crashed By Local Users
Oct 17 2003   GNOME Display Manager (gdm) Can Be Crashed By Local Users
Sep 25 2003   GNOME Desktop on Solaris May Not Let Root Users Lock the Screen
Sep 19 2003   Midnight Commander Uninitialized Buffer May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Aug 25 2003   (Slackware Issues Fix) GNOME Display Manager (gdm) Lets Local Users View Files With Root Privileges
Aug 22 2003   (Mandrake Issues Fix) GNOME Display Manager (gdm) Lets Local Users View Files With Root Privileges
Aug 21 2003   (Red Hat Issues Fix) GNOME Display Manager (gdm) Lets Local Users View Files With Root Privileges
Aug 21 2003   GNOME Display Manager (gdm) Lets Local Users View Files With Root Privileges
May 15 2003   Balsa E-mail Client Integer Overflow Lets Remote IMAP Servers Crash the Client
May 7 2003   (Debian Issues Fix for Balsa) Mutt Off-by-one Buffer Overflow in Processing IMAP Messages May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Apr 22 2003   (Conectiva Issues Fix for Balsa) Mutt Buffer Overflow May Cause Arbitrary Code to Be Executed When Downloading Mail
Apr 4 2003   (Red Hat Issues Fix for Balsa) Mutt Buffer Overflow May Cause Arbitrary Code to Be Executed When Downloading Mail
Apr 4 2003   (Red Hat Issues Fix) Eye of Gnome Viewer Input Validation Flaw May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Mar 28 2003   Eye of Gnome Viewer Input Validation Flaw May Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
Jun 29 2002   Bonobo 'efstool' Buffer Overflow Lets Local Users Execute Arbitrary Code to Gain Root Privileges
May 2 2002   (Red Hat Issues Fix) Re: Nautilus GNOME Shell and File Manager Symlink Hole May Let Local Users Cause Other Users' to Overwrite Files on the System
May 2 2002   Nautilus GNOME Shell and File Manager Symlink Hole May Let Local Users Cause Other Users' to Overwrite Files on the System
Apr 10 2001   Midnight Commander File Management Utility May Let Local Users Escalate Their Privileges


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