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Red Hat: Itanium security issues fix  13 December 2004 
Updated Itanium kernel packages are now available as part of ongoing support and maintenance of Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 2.1. This is the sixth regular update.
Red Hat: imlib security vulnerabilities fix  10 December 2004 
Updated imlib packages that fix several integer and buffer overflows are now available.
Red Hat: ImageMagick security vulnerability fix  08 December 2004 
Updated ImageMagick packages that fixes a buffer overflow are now available.
Red Hat: openmotif image vulnerability fix  02 December 2004 
Updated openmotif packages that fix flaws in the Xpm image library are now available.
Red Hat: kernel security vulnerabilities fix  02 December 2004 
Updated kernel packages that fix several security issues in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 are now available.
Red Hat: samba security vulnerabilities fix  16 November 2004 
Updated samba packages that fix various security vulnerabilities are now available.
Red Hat: libxml2 security vulnerabilities fix  12 November 2004 
An updated libxml2 package that fixes multiple buffer overflows is now available.
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