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RedHat: kernel Privilege escalation vulnerability  01 December 2003 
Updated kernel packages are now available that fix a security vulnerabilityleading to a possible privilege escalation.
 
Redhat: XFree86 Multiple vulnerabilities  25 November 2003 
Multiple integer overflows in the transfer and enumeration of fontlibraries in XFree86 allow local or remote attackers to cause a denial ofservice or execute arbitrary code via heap-based and stack-based bufferoverflow attacks.
 
RedHat: Pan Denial of service vulnerability  24 November 2003 
Updated Pan packages that close a denial of service vulnerability are nowavailable.
 
RedHat: stunnel Signal-handling vulnerability  24 November 2003 
Updated stunnel packages are now available for Red Hat Linux 7.1, 7.2, 7.3,and 8.0 systems. These updates address problems stemming from improper useof non-reentrant functions in signal handlers.
 
RedHat: iproute Local denial of service vulnerability  24 November 2003 
Updated iproute packages that close a locally-exploitable denial of servicevulnerability are now available.
 
RedHat: EPIC Buffer overflow vulnerability  24 November 2003 
Updated EPIC packages which fix an exploitable buffer overflow vulnerabilityare now available.
 
RedHat: XFree86 Multiple integer overflows  20 November 2003 
Updated XFree86 packages for Red Hat Linux 9 provide securityfixes to font libraries and XDM.
 
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