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Pardus: 2011-82: Tiff: Integer Overflow  21 June 2011 
A vulnerability has been fixed in tiff, which allows attackers to denial of service.
Pardus: 2011-83: glibc: Multible Vulnerabilities  21 June 2011 
Multible vulnerabilities have been fixed in glibc.
Pardus: 2011-81: Dovecot: man-in-the-middle attack  21 June 2011 
A vulnerability has been found in Dovecot, which can be used by man-in-the-middle attackers to spoof arbitrary SSL servers.
Pardus: 2011-80: kdenetwork: Directory traversal  26 May 2011 
A vuolnerability has been fixed in kdenetwork, which can be exploited by attackers to create arbitrary files.
Pardus: 2011-79: kdelibs: MITM Attack  26 May 2011 
A vulnerability has been fixed in kdelibs,which can be exploited by malicious people to man-in-the-middle attack.
Pardus: 2011-78: dhcpcd: Execute Arbitrary Commands  26 May 2011 
A vulnerability has been fixed in dhcpcd, which allows attackers to execute arbitrary commands.
Pardus: 2011-76: openldap: Multiple Vulnerabilities  26 May 2011 
Multiple vulnerabilities have been fixed in openldap.
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