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RedHat: xpdf arbitrary code execution vulnerability  17 July 2003 
Anattacker can embed malicious external-type hyperlinks that, if activated orfollowed by a victim, can execute arbitrary shell commands.
 
RedHat: mozilla heap overflow vulnerability  15 July 2003 
A heap-based buffer overflow in Netscape and Mozilla allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a jar: URL referencing a malformed .jar file, which overflows a buffer during decompression.
 
RedHat: nfs-utils denial of service vulnerability  14 July 2003 
A buffer overflow bug in nfs-utils version 1.0.3and earlier.
 
RedHat: ethereal multiple vulnerabilities  03 July 2003 
A number of security issues affect Ethereal.
 
RedHat: PHP multiple vulnerabilities  02 July 2003 
his update contains fixes for a number of bugs discovered in the version of PHP included in Red Hat Linux 8.0 and 9.
 
RedHat: XFree86 build issues  02 July 2003 
The XFree86 4.2.1-20 packages which were originally released in this advisory were accidentally built with debugging info enabled due to a temporary problem with our build system.
 
RedHat: unzip trojan vulnerability  01 July 2003 
A vulnerabilitiy in unzip version 5.50 and earlier allows attackers to overwrite arbitrary files during archive extraction by placing invalid (non-printable) characters between two "." characters.
 
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