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RedHat: mysql multiple vulnerabilities  29 April 2003 
Updated MySQL server packages fix both a double-free security vulnerability and a root exploit security vulnerability.
 
RedHat: zlib buffer overflow vulernability  29 April 2003 
Updated zlib packages are now available which fix a buffer overflow vulnerability.
 
RedHat: micq denial of service vulnerability  25 April 2003 
Updated mICQ packages are available for Red Hat Linux versions 7.2 and 7.3 that fix a remote crash.
 
RedHat: lprng tmp file vulnerability  25 April 2003 
Updated LPRng packages resolving a temporary file vulnerability are now available.
 
RedHat: squirrelmail mulitple vulnerabilities  25 April 2003 
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found which affect versions of SquirrelMail shipped with Red Hat Linux 8.0 and Red Hat Linux 9.
 
RedHat: ethereal buffer overflow vulnerabilities  24 April 2003 
Updated ethereal packages are now available which fix a format string bug and a heap-based buffer overflow.
 
RedHat: tcpdump multiple vulnerabilities  23 April 2003 
Updated tcpdump, libpcap, and arpwatch packages are available, fixing a number of vulnerabilities that could be used to cause a denial of service attack, or possibly execute arbitrary code.
 
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