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Red Hat: Itanium kernel Multiple vulnerabilities  19 August 2004 
Updated Itanium kernel packages that fix a number of security issues are now available.
 
Red Hat: pam Privilege escalation vulnarability  19 August 2004 
If he pam_wheel module was used with the "trust" option enabled, but without the "use_uid" option, any local user could use PAM to gain access to a superuser account without supplying a password.
 
Red Hat: Ethereal Multiple vulnerabilities  11 August 2004 
Updated Ethereal packages that fix various security vulnerabilities are now available.
 
Red Hat: glibc Multiple vulnerabilities  11 August 2004 
Updated glibc packages that fix a security flaw in the resolver as well as dlclose handling are now available.
 
Red Hat: mozilla Multiple vulnerabilities  11 August 2004 
Updated mozilla packages based on version 1.4.3 that fix a number of security issues for Red Hat Enterprise Linux are now available.
 
Red Hat: GNOME VFS Multiple vulnerabilities  11 August 2004 
An attacker who is able to influence a user to open a specially-crafted URI using gnome-vfs could perform actions as that user.
 
Red Hat: libpng Buffer overflow vulnerabilities  11 August 2004 
An attacker could create a carefully crafted PNG file in such a way that it would cause an application linked with libpng to execute arbitrary code when the file was opened by a victim.
 
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