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Red Hat: kernel Multiple vulnerabilities  21 June 2004 
This contains two similar advisories, once set fixing RHEE 3, and the other RHEE 2.1. Patch addresses two DoS attacks and several vulnerable drivers.
 
Red Hat: libpng Buffer overflow vulnerability  18 June 2004 
Updated libpng packages that fix a possible buffer overflow are now available.
 
Red Hat: httpd,mod_ssl Buffer overflow vulnerability  17 June 2004 
Updated httpd and mod_ssl packages that fix minor security issues in the Apache Web server are now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2.1.
 
Red Hat: tripwire Format string vulnerability  17 June 2004 
If Tripwire is configured to send reports via email, a local user could gain privileges by creating a carefully crafted file.
 
Red Hat: squirrelmail Multiple vulnerabilities  17 June 2004 
This patch resolves cross-site scripting and SQL injection vulnerabilities.
 
Red Hat: cvs Multiple vulnerabilities  09 June 2004 
This patch resolves many outstanding vulnerabilities of cvs.
 
Red Hat: squid Buffer overflow vulnerability  09 June 2004 
If Squid is configured to use the NTLM authentication helper, a remote attacker could potentially execute arbitrary code by sending a lengthy password.
 
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