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Pardus: 2011-99: vlc: Integer Overflow  14 July 2011 
A vulnerability has been fixed in vlc.
Pardus: 2011-98: nfs-utils: Corruption of the  14 July 2011 
A vulnerability has been fixed in ntf-utils.
Pardus: 2011-96: libpng: Denial of Service  12 July 2011 
A vulnerability has been fixed in libpng.
Pardus: 2011-95: Oracle Java: Multible  12 July 2011 
Multible vulnerabilities have been fixed in java.
Pardus: : Security Summary: Summary  12 July 2011 
A vulnerability has been fixed in vte.
Pardus: 2011-93: D-bus: Denial of Service  12 July 2011 
A vulnerability has been fixed in d-bus.
Pardus: 2011-91: lftp: MITM  07 July 2011 
A vulnerability has been fixed in lftp.
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