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RedHat: mailman cross-site scripting vulnerability  23 August 2002 
Mailman versions prior to 2.0.12 contain a cross-site scriptingvulnerability in the processing of invalid requests to edit a subscriber'slist subscription options.
 
RedHat: 'kernel' Multiple vulnerabilities  21 August 2002 
This kernel update also fixes a difficult to trigger race inthe dcache (filesystem cache) code, as well as some potential securityholes, although we are not currently aware of any exploits.
 
RedHat: Bugzilla Vulnerabilities  21 August 2002 
Bugzilla is a bug-tracking system from mozilla.org. There are approximately 9 vulnerabilities with Bugzilla. All users of Bugzilla are advised to upgrade to these errata packages containing Bugzilla version 2.14.3 which is not vulnerable to these issues.
 
RedHat: PHP mail vulnerability  20 August 2002 
PHP versions 4.0.5 through 4.1.0 in safe mode do not properly cleanse the 5th parameter to the mail() function. This vulnerability allows local users and possibly remote attackers to execute arbitrary commands via shell metacharacters.
 
RedHat: libpng buffer overflow  19 August 2002 
Versions of libpng prior to 1.0.14 contain a buffer overflow in the progressive reader when the PNG datastream contains more IDAT data than indicated by the IHDR chunk. Such deliberately malformed datastreams would crash applications that are linked to libpng and that use the progressive reading feature.
 
RedHat: krb5 buffer overflow packages  16 August 2002 
A heap overflow vulnerability exists in krb5. It is believed that the attacker needs to be able to authenticate to the kadmin daemon for this attack to be successful.
 
RedHat: 'glibc' Buffer overflow vulnerability  14 August 2002 
Updated glibc packages are available to fix a buffer overflow in the XDRdecoder.
 
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