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Red Hat: rsync security issue  01 September 2004 
An updated rsync package that fixes a path sanitizing bug is now available.
Red Hat: lha vulnerability  01 September 2004 
An updated lha package that fixes a buffer overflow is now available.
Red Hat: krb5 security issues  31 August 2004 
Updated krb5 packages that improve client responsiveness and fix severalsecurity issues are now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3.
Red Hat: krb5 security vulnerabilities  31 August 2004 
Updated Kerberos (krb5) packages that correct double-free and ASN.1parsing bugs are now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Red Hat: acrobat security issues  27 August 2004 
An updated Adobe Acrobat Reader package that fixes multiple security issuesis now available.
Red Hat: qt security issues  20 August 2004 
Updated qt packages that fix security issues in several of the imagedecoders are now available.
Red Hat: kernel Denial of service vulnerability  20 August 2004 
A bug in the SoundBlaster 16 code which did not properly handle certain sample sizes has been fixed. This flaw could be used by local users to crash a system.
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