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RedHat: wget directory traversal bug  10 December 2002 
The wget packages shipped with Red Hat Linux 6.2 through 8.0 contain a security bug which, under certain circumstances, can cause local files to be written outside the download directory.
 
RedHat: canna multiple vulnerabilities  10 December 2002 
The Canna server, has two security vulnerabilities including an exploitable buffer overrun allowing a local user to gain 'bin' user privileges.
 
RedHat: KDE multiple vulnerabilities  04 December 2002 
A number of vulnerabilities have been found that affect various versions of KDE.
 
RedHat: webalizer buffer overflow vulnerability  04 December 2002 
A buffer overflow in Webalizer versions prior to 2.01-10, when configured to use reverse DNS lookups, may allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code by connecting to the monitored Web server from an IP address that resolves to a long hostname.
 
RedHat: UPDATE: xinetd denial-of-service vulnerability  04 December 2002 
Updated packages are available to fix issues encountered with the previous errata packages.
 
RedHat: xinetd DoS Vulnerability  02 December 2002 
Xinetd contains a denial-of-service (DoS) vulnerability.UPDATE 2002-12-02: Updated packages are available to fix issues encounteredwith the previous errata packages.
 
RedHat: 2.2 kernel denial of service vulnerability  26 November 2002 
The kernel in Red Hat Linux 6.2 and 7 is vulnerable to a local denial of service attack.
 
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