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Red Hat: VIM security vulnerability fix  05 January 2005 
Updated vim packages that fix a modeline vulnerability are now available.
Red Hat: fam security issue fix  05 January 2005 
Updated fam packages that fix an information disclosure bug are now available.
Red Hat: mc security vulnerabilities fix  05 January 2005 
An updated mc package that resolves several shell escape security issues is now available.
Red Hat: acrobat security issue fix  23 December 2004 
An updated Adobe Acrobat Reader package that fixes a security issue is now available.
Red Hat: Squirrelmail security vulnerability fix  23 December 2004 
An updated SquirrelMail package that fixes a cross-site scripting vulnerability is now available.
Red Hat: kernel security vulnerabilities update  23 December 2004 
Updated kernel packages that fix several security issues in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 are now available.
Red Hat: php security issues and bugs fix  21 December 2004 
Updated php packages that fix various security issues and bugs are now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3.
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