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Red Hat: kdepim Buffer overflow vulnerability  14 January 2004 
Updated kdepim packages are now available that fix a local buffer overflowvulnerability.
Red Hat: cvs Chroot breakout vulnerability  12 January 2004 
cvs can attempt to create files and directories in the root file system
Red Hat: etherial Denial of Service vulnerabilities  08 January 2004 
By exploiting these two issues it may be possible to make Ethereal crash by injecting an intentionally malformed packet
Red Hat: kernel Privilege escalation vulnerability  05 January 2004 
Updated kernel packages are now available that fix a security vulnerability which may allow local users to gain root privileges.
Red Hat: apache Creatable buffer overflow vulnerability  19 December 2003 
A carefully-crafted configuration file can cause an exploitable bufferoverflow and would allow the attacker to execute arbitrary code in thecontext of the server (in default configurations as the 'apache' user).
Red Hat: apache Multiple (minor) vulnerabilities  16 December 2003 
Updated httpd packages that fix two minor security issues in the Apache Webserver are now available for Red Hat Linux 8.0 and 9.
Red Hat: lftp Buffer overflow vulnerability  16 December 2003 
An attacker could create a carefully crafteddirectory on a website such that, if a user connects to that directoryusing the lftp client and subsequently issues a 'ls' or 'rels' command, theattacker could execute arbitrary code on the users machine.
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