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Red Hat: freeradius security flaws fix  12 November 2004 
Updated freeradius packages that fix a number of denial of service vulnerabilities as well as minor bugs are now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3.
 
Red Hat: httpd security issue and bugs fix  12 November 2004 
Updated httpd packages that include fixes for two security issues, as well as other bugs, are now available.
 
Red Hat: xpdf security flaws fix  27 October 2004 
An updated xpdf package that fixes a number of integer overflow security flaws is now available.
 
Red Hat: xchat SOCKSv5 proxy security issue fix  27 October 2004 
An updated xchat package that fixes a stack buffer overflow in the SOCKSv5 proxy code.
 
Red Hat: mysql-server update  27 October 2004 
An updated mysql-server package that fixes various security issues is now available in the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 Extras channel of Red Hat Network.
 
Red Hat: libtiff update  22 October 2004 
Updated libtiff packages that fix various buffer and integer overflows are now available.
 
Red Hat: CUPS security issues fix  22 October 2004 
Updated cups packages that fix denial of service issues, a security information leak, as well as other various bugs are now available.
 
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