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Red Hat: samba fix vulnerabilities  22 September 2004 
Updated samba packages that fix two denial of service vulnerabilities are now available.
Red Hat: redhat-config-nfs several security issues  22 September 2004 
An updated redhat-config-nfs package that fixes bugs and potential security issues is now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3.
Red Hat: gtk2 security flaws and bugs  15 September 2004 
Updated gtk2 packages that fix several security flaws and bugs are nowavailable.
Red Hat: imlib security vulnerability  15 September 2004 
An updated imlib package that fixes several heap overflows is now available.
Red Hat: mc security vulnerabilities  15 September 2004 
An updated mc package that resolves several shell escape security issues isnow available.
Red Hat: cups security vulnerability  15 September 2004 
Alvaro Martinez Echevarria reported a bug in the CUPS Internet PrintingProtocol (IPP) implementation in versions of CUPS prior to 1.1.21.
Red Hat: httpd security issues  15 September 2004 
Updated httpd packages that include fixes for security issues are nowavailable.
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