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GLSA 201101-01 (Normal): gif2pngview story

http://security.gentoo.org – gif2png: User-assisted execution of arbitrary code (Security)

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GLSA 201012-01 (Normal): chromiumview story

http://security.gentoo.org – Chromium: Multiple vulnerabilities (Security)

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online casino gamesview story

http://www.online-casino-gaming.org – Many traders have no set money management plan before they get into a trade and just wing it. You absolutely must know what your risk is before you enter the trade and use protective stops to protect your capital. (Security)

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GLSA 201011-01 (High): glibcview story

http://security.gentoo.org – GNU C library: Multiple vulnerabilities (Security)

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GLSA 201010-01 (Normal): libpngview story

http://security.gentoo.org – Libpng: Multiple vulnerabilities (Security)

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GLSA 201009-09 (Normal): fenceview story

http://security.gentoo.org – fence: Multiple symlink vulnerabilites (Security)

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GLSA 201009-08 (High): python-updaterview story

http://security.gentoo.org – python-updater: Untrusted search path (Security)

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GLSA 201009-07 (Normal): libxml2view story

http://security.gentoo.org – libxml2: Denial of Service (Security)

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GLSA 201009-06 (Normal): clamavview story

http://security.gentoo.org – Clam AntiVirus: Multiple vulnerabilities (Security)

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GLSA 201009-01 (Normal): wxGTKview story

http://security.gentoo.org – wxGTK: User-assisted execution of arbitrary code (Security)

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Backtrack 4 R1 Screenshotsview story

http://easylinuxcds.com – Once I noticed Backtrack 4 R1 included significant improvements like the Linux Kernel 2.6.34, updated tools, expanded hardware support, and a full Fluxbox desktop environment, I decided to scout it out for myself. Here are some screenshots of this Backtrack 4 R1 release. (Security)

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Hacking is easy...view story

http://blog.flameeyes.eu – Now, Gentoo has currently a number of hacks over Rubygems (the library, and the package manager) for two main reason: supporting the Portage-based install of gems in the old manner (as in calling gem from within the eclass), and supporting multiple Ruby implementations to be installed at the same time. (Security)