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Red Hat: OpenSSL Denial of service vulnerabilities  17 March 2004 
Updated OpenSSL packages that fix a remote denial of service vulnerability are now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2.1.
Red Hat: gdk-pixbuf Denial of service vulnerability  10 March 2004 
Malformed BMP file can segfault mail reader.
Red Hat: Sysstat Insecure temporary file vulnerability  10 March 2004 
Using symlinks, this bug can be exploited to cause Sysstat to write to/read from arbitrary files.
Red Hat: kdelibs Path restriction escape vulnerability  10 March 2004 
Attacker can escape path restrictions set by cookie originator.
Red Hat: wu-ftpd Multiple vulnerabilities  09 March 2004 
These vulnerabilities allow the escape of home-directory restrictions and the execution of arbitrary code.
Red Hat: libxml2 Improper parse vulnerability  26 February 2004 
Updated libxml2 packages that fix an overflow when parsing remote resources are now available.
Red Hat: mod_python Denial of service vulnerability  26 February 2004 
Updated mod_python packages that fix a denial of service vulnerability are now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
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