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Mandrake: dhcp vulnerability  25 August 2000 
All versions of the ISC DHCP client program, dhclient, are vulnerable to a root attack by a corrupt DHCP server.
Mandrake: Updated 'xchat' packages available.  24 August 2000 
This update changes the functionality of XChat to bypass the shell and execute the browser directly.
Mandrake: Updated xlockmore packages  24 August 2000 
A bug exists in previous versions of xlockmore with display name passing "%d" as the display name. This bug is corrected in this version.
Mandrake: netscape vulnerability  21 August 2000 
There exists a problem in all versions of Netscape from 4.0 to 4.74 with Java enabled.
Mandrake: zope vulnerability  16 August 2000 
There is a vulerability in the Zope package.
Mandrake: MandrakeUpdate vulnerability  12 August 2000 
There is a possible race condition in MandrakeUpdate that has the potential for users to tamper with RPMs downloaded by MandrakeUpdate prior to them being installed.
Mandrake: umb-scheme vulnerability  10 August 2000 
The umb-scheme package included with Red Hat Linux 6.2 included two world-writable files. Mandrake is NOT vulnerable.
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