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RedHat: KDE ssl man-in-the-middle attack  06 June 2003 
Updated KDE packages that resolve a vulnerability in KDE's SSL implementation are now available.
 
RedHat: kon2 buffer overflow vulnerability  03 June 2003 
A buffer overflow in kon2 allows local users to obtain root privileges.
 
RedHat: 2.4 kernel vulnerabilities and driver issues  03 June 2003 
Several security issues have been found that affect the Linux kernel. This update also fixes some driver issues.
 
RedHat: 2.4 kernel multiple vulnerabilities  03 June 2003 
These packages fix a ptrace-related vulnerability that can lead to elevated (root) privileges.
 
RedHat: ghostscript arbitrary command execution vulnerability  02 June 2003 
A flaw in unpatched versions of Ghostscript before 7.07 allows malicious postscript files to execute arbitrary commands even with -dSAFER enabled.
 
RedHat: apache 2.0 denial of service vulnerability  29 May 2003 
A bug in Apache 2.0 through 2.0.45 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service, and may allow execution of arbitrary code.
 
RedHat: ptrace kernel vulnerabilitiy  29 May 2003 
A ptrace-related vulnerability has been discovered that could allow a local user to gain elevated (root) privileges without authorization.
 
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