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RedHat: 'iptables' minor security issues  08 November 2001 
A new version of iptables fixing various minor security problems and some other bugs is available.
 
RedHat: 'kernel' syncookie vulnerability  02 November 2001 
A flaw in this mechanism has been found which can be used tocircumvent certain types of firewall configurations.
 
RedHat: Printing system updates  31 October 2001 
A collection of security fixes, bug fixes, and functionality updates,including the Omni print drivers from IBM.
 
RedHat: 'webalizer' cross-site scripting vulnerability  30 October 2001 
Updated webalizer packages are available which fix a security problem andsome minor bugs.
 
RedHat: 'teTeX' temporary file handling vulnerability  30 October 2001 
Updated teTeX packages are available, fixing a temporary file handling vulnerability and an insecure invocation of dvips in a print filter.
 
RedHat: Printing system information compromise  26 October 2001 
Ghostscript, apostscript interpreter, can read arbitrary system files with the samepermissions as the print spooler, potentially exposing the system to aninformation compromise.
 
RedHat: 'mod_auth_pgsql' string vulnerability  24 October 2001 
These updates close a vulnerability which would allow a malicious client tocause a Web server to execute arbitrary SQL statements.
 
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