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RedHat: 'mailman' XSS vulnerability  11 June 2002 
Updated mailman packages are now available for Red Hat Linux 7.2 and 7.3. These updates resolve a cross-site scripting vulnerability present inversions of Mailman prior to 2.0.11.
 
RedHat: 'LRPng' Unauthorized access vulnerability  11 June 2002 
The LPRng print spooler, as shipped in Red Hat Linux 7.x, accepts allremote print jobs by default.
 
RedHat: Powertools: 'mailman' XSS vulnerability  11 June 2002 
Updated mailman packages are now available for Red Hat Power Tools 7 and7.1. These updates resolve a cross-site scripting vulnerability present inversions of Mailman prior to 2.0.1
 
RedHat: 'ethereal' Buffer overflow vulnerability  06 June 2002 
Updated ethereal packages are available which fix several security problems.
 
RedHat: 'bind9' Denial of Service vulnerability  04 June 2002 
Version 9 of the bind name prior to version 9.2.1 contain a denial ofservice vulnerability.
 
RedHat: 'ghostscript' Command execution vulnerability  04 June 2002 
Updated packages are available for GNU Ghostscript which fix avulnerability found during Postscript interpretation.
 
RedHat: 'xchat' Unauthorized remote command execution  04 June 2002 
A security issue in XChat allows a malicious server to execute arbitrarycommands.
 
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