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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.
 
RedHat: Fetchmail multipule vulnerabilities  08 October 2002 
Fetchmail is a remote mail retrieval and forwarding utility intended for use over on-demand TCP/IP links such as SLIP and PPP connections. Two bugs have been found in Fetchmail prior to 6.1.0.
 
RedHat: 'tcpdump' Buffer overflow vulnerability  04 October 2002 
Updated tcpdump, libpcap, and arpwatch packages are available for RedHat Linux 6.2 and 7.x. These updates close a buffer overflow when handlingNFS packets.
 
RedHat: 'nss_ldap' Buffer overflow vulnerability  04 October 2002 
These updates fix a potential buffer overflow which can occurwhen nss_ldap is set to configure itself using information stored in DNS,a format string bug in logging functions used in pam_ldap, and to properlyhandle truncated DNS responses.
 
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