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Mandrake: 'sysklogd' update  25 September 2000 
A problem exists with the kernel logging daemon (klogd) in the sysklogd package. A "format bug" makes klogd vulnerable to local root compromise.
Mandrake: 'xpdf' update  25 September 2000 
There is a potential race condation when using tmpnam() and fopen() in xpdf versions prior to 0.91.
Mandrake: 'mod_php3' vulnerability  13 September 2000 
A problem exists with PHP3 and PHP4 scripts regarding RFC 1867-based file uploads.
Mandrake: 'mod_perl' vulnerability  11 September 2000 
The configuration file, mod_perl.conf contained an Options directive that was not entirely secure.
Mandrake: 'glibc' vulnerabilities  07 September 2000 
A number of bugs exist in glibc that could result in a local root comprimise.
Mandrake: 'screen' not vulnerable.  05 September 2000 
A vulnerability exists in the screen program, version 3.9.5 and earlier.
Mandrake: 'zope' vulnerability  01 September 2000 
There is an outstanding exploit in the zope package. All users should upgrade to the new packages.
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