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OpenBSD: Sparc not Y2K compliant  03 January 2000 
A minor problem; the sparc eeprom(8) command is not Y2K compliant.
OpenBSD 2.6: Minor problem with the adduser(8) command  03 January 2000 
A minor problem in the logging support for the adduser(8) command.
OpenBSD 2.6: Sendmail had a race in aliases file handling  04 December 1999 
Sendmail had a race in aliases file handling, which this patch fixes.
OpenBSD 2.6: Problems with poll(2)  04 December 1999 
Various bugs in poll(2) may cause a kernel crash.
OpenBSD 2.6: Vulnerability in Sendmail  04 December 1999 
A source code patch exists, which remedies this problem.
OpenBSD 2.6: overflow in the RSAREF code is possibly exploitable in isakmpd  02 December 1999 
A buffer overflow in the RSAREF code included in the USA version of the libssl package (called sslUSA), is possibly exploitable in isakmpd if SSL/RSA features are enabled or used.
OpenBSD 2.6: Kernel permission problem  09 November 1999 
Any user can change interface media configurations.
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