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Pardus: 2011-113: dhcp: Multiple vulnerabilities  05 September 2011 
Multiple vulnerabilities have been fixed in dhcp.
Pardus: 2011-112: libmodplug: Multiple  05 September 2011 
Multiple vulnerabilities have been fixed in libmodplug.
Pardus: 2011-111: pidgin: Multiple Vulnerabilities  05 September 2011 
Multiple vulnerabilities have been fixed in pidgin.
Pardus: 2011-109: Subversion: Multible  05 September 2011 
Multiple vulnerabilties have been fixed in subversion.
Pardus: 2011-110: Samba: Multiple Vulnerabilities  05 September 2011 
Multiple vulnerabilities have been fixed in samba.
Pardus: 2011-108: libsoup: Directory Traversal  05 September 2011 
A vulnerability has been fixed in libsoup.
Pardus: 2011-107: wireshark: Multiple  08 August 2011 
A vulnerability has been fixed in wireshark
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