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RedHat: kernel updates  17 October 2002 
A new errata kernel based on the 2.4.18 kernel is available for Red Hat Linux 7.1 and Red Hat Linux 7.2 users. This is a major version change compared to the previous errata kernel for these releases (2.4.9-34).
RedHat: mozilla multiple vulnerabilities  17 October 2002 
Versions of Mozilla previous to version 1.0.1 contain various security vulnerabilities.
RedHat: 'xinetd' DoS Vulnerability  15 October 2002 
Xinetd contains a denial-of-service (DoS) vulnerability.
Red Hat: 'dvips' Command execution vulnerability  14 October 2002 
dvips contains a vulnerability allowing print users to execute arbitrary commands.
RedHat: SquirrelMail XSS vulnerabilities  11 October 2002 
Two Cross-site scripting vulnerabilities have been found that affect SquirrelMail version 1.2.7 and earlier.
RedHat: UPDATE: Postscript and PDF vulnerability  10 October 2002 
Updated packages for gv and ggv fix a local buffer overflow when reading malformed PDF or PostScript(R) files.
RedHat: analog XSS vulnerability  10 October 2002 
Updated packages for analog are available which fix a cross-site scripting problem and a denial of service problem.
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