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Pardus: 2011-90: Perl: Assertion Failure  07 July 2011 
A vulnerability has been fixed in perl.
Pardus: : Security Summary: Summary  07 July 2011 
A vulnerability has been fixed in openssh.
Pardus: 2011-87: ffmpeg: Code Execution  21 June 2011 
A vulnerability has been fixed in ffmpeg, which can be result in an out of array write and potentially arbitrary code execution.
Pardus: 2011-88: php: Stack-based Buffer Overflow  21 June 2011 
A vulnerability has been fixed in php,, which might allow context-dependent attackers to execute arbitrary code.
Pardus: 2011-86: klibc: Insecure Temporary File  21 June 2011 
A vulnerability has been fixed in klibc, which allows attackers to injection command.
Pardus: 2011-85: Logrotate: Race Condition  21 June 2011 
A vulnerability has been fixed in logrotate, which allows local attackers could use this flaw to trick the logrotate utility into creating the compressed or copied file.
Pardus: 2011-84: postfix: Heap-Based Buffer Overread  21 June 2011 
A vulnerability has been fixed in postfix, which allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service .
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