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Red Hat: samba security issue  04 October 2004 
Updated samba packages that fix an input validation vulnerability are now available.
Red Hat: XFree86 security issues and bugs  04 October 2004 
Updated XFree86 packages that fix several security flaws in libXpm, as well as other bugs, are now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3.
Red Hat: mozilla security issues  30 September 2004 
Updated mozilla packages that fix a number of security issues are now available.
Red Hat: squid security vulnerability  30 September 2004 
An updated squid package that fixes a security vulnerability in the NTLM authentication helper is now available.
Red Hat: spamassassin denial of service  30 September 2004 
An updated spamassassin package that fixes a denial of service bug when parsing malformed messages is now available.
Red Hat: ruby security flaw  30 September 2004 
An updated ruby package that fixes insecure file permissions for CGI session files is now available.
Red Hat: samba fix vulnerabilities  22 September 2004 
Updated samba packages that fix two denial of service vulnerabilities are now available.
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