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Red Hat: 'sendmail' DNS maps DoS  29 August 2003 
Updated Sendmail packages are available to fix a vulnerability in thehandling of DNS maps
 
RedHat: pam_smb remote buffer overflow vulnerability  27 August 2003 
On systems that use pam_smb and are configured to authenticate aremotely accessible service, an attacker can exploit this bug andremotely execute arbitrary code.
 
RedHat: iptables upgrade fix  26 August 2003 
Recent updates to the kernel in Red Hat Linux versions 7.1, 7.2, 7.3 and8.0 did not also update the iptables utility, causing functions such asowner match to stop working.
 
RedHat: GDM multiple vulnerabilities  21 August 2003 
Updated GDM packages are available which correct a bug allowing local usersto read any text files on the system, and a denial of service issue ifXDMCP is enabled.
 
RedHat: unzip Trojan vulnerability  15 August 2003 
Updated unzip packages resolving a vulnerability allowing arbitrary filesto be overwritten are now available.
 
RedHat: konquerer information disclosure vulnerability  11 August 2003 
Konqueror may inadvertently sendauthentication credentials to websites other than the intended website inclear text via the HTTP-referer header.
 
RedHat: ddskk tmp file vulnerability  11 August 2003 
ddskk does not take appropriate security precautions when creatingtemporary files.
 
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