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RedHat: lv privilege escalation vulnerability  16 May 2003 
A bug has been found in versions of lv that read a .lv file in the current directory. Local attackers can use this to place an .lv file in any directory to which they have write access.
 
RedHat: tcpdump privilege dropping vulnerability  15 May 2003 
Updated tcpdump packages that correctly drop privileges on startup are now available.
 
RedHat: kernel multiple vulnerabilities  14 May 2003 
Updated kernel packages that fix a remote denial of service vulnerability in the TCP/IP stack, and a local privilege vulnerability, are now available.
 
RedHat: xinetd denial of service vulnerability  14 May 2003 
Updated xinetd packages that fix a security vulnerability are now avaliable.
 
RedHat: kde multiple vulnerabilities  13 May 2003 
KDE fails in multiple places to properly quote URLs and file names before passing them to a command shell.
 
RedHat: mod_auth_any Arbitrary command execution vulnerability  02 May 2003 
These vulnerabilitiesallow remote attackers to run arbitrary commands as the user under whichthe Web server is running.
 
RedHat: MySQL Multiple vulnerabilities  02 May 2003 
Updated MySQL server packages fix both a double-free securityvulnerability and a root exploit security vulnerability.
 
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