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Fedora 10 Update: awstats-6.95-1.fc10  30 November 2009 
- Fix security in awredir.pl script by adding a security key required by default. - Enhance security of parameter sanitizing function.
 
Fedora 10 Update: php-pear-Mail-1.1.14-5.fc10  30 November 2009 
Fix CVE-2009-4023, CVE-2009-4111 PEAR's Mail class did not properly escape content of mail header fields, when using the sendmail backend. A remote attacker could send an email message, with specially-crafted headers to local user, leading to disclosure of content and potentially, to modification of arbitrary system file, once the email message was processed by the PEAR's Mail class.
 
Fedora 12 Update: cups-1.4.2-7.fc12  30 November 2009 
New release, including fix for XSS vulnerability in web interface (CVE-2009-2820) and for improper reference counting in abstract file descriptors handling interface (CVE-2009-3553).
 
Fedora 12 Update: php-pear-Mail-1.1.14-5.fc12  30 November 2009 
Fix CVE-2009-4023, CVE-2009-4111 PEAR's Mail class did not properly escape content of mail header fields, when using the sendmail backend. A remote attacker could send an email message, with specially-crafted headers to local user, leading to disclosure of content and potentially, to modification of arbitrary system file, once the email message was processed by the PEAR's Mail class.
 
Fedora 12 Update: awstats-6.95-1.fc12  30 November 2009 
- Fix security in awredir.pl script by adding a security key required by default. - Enhance security of parameter sanitizing function.
 
Fedora 11 Update: php-pear-Mail-1.1.14-5.fc11  30 November 2009 
Fix CVE-2009-4023, CVE-2009-4111 PEAR's Mail class did not properly escape content of mail header fields, when using the sendmail backend. A remote attacker could send an email message, with specially-crafted headers to local user, leading to disclosure of content and potentially, to modification of arbitrary system file, once the email message was processed by the PEAR's Mail class.
 
Fedora 11 Update: cups-1.4.2-7.fc11  30 November 2009 
Updated to 1.4.2 including XSS security fix (CVE-2009-2820). Fixed improper reference counting in abstract file descriptors handling interface (CVE-2009-3553). Fixed admin.cgi crash when modifying a class. Fix cups-lpd to create unique temporary data files. Pass through serial parameters correctly in web interface. Set the PRINTER_IS_SHARED variable for admin.cgi Fix removing files with lprm. Fixed German translation. Fixed PostScript errors with number-up handling. Fixed lspp-patch to avoid memory leak. Upstream fix for GNU TLS error handling bug. Reset SIGPIPE handler for child processes. Fixed typo in admin web template. Fixed incorrect handling of out-of-memory when loading jobs. Fixed wrong driver reported in web interface.
 
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