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Red Hat: mutt Denial of service vulnerability  11 February 2004 
New mutt packages that fix a remotely-triggerable crash in the menu drawing code are now available.
Red Hat: gaim Multiple vulnerabilities  09 February 2004 
If Gaim uses an HTTP proxy for connecting to a server, it could run arbitrary code as the running user.
Red Hat: NetPBM Temporary file vulnerabilities  09 February 2004 
These could allow a local user the ability to overwrite or create files as the user running one of these utilities.
Red Hat: netpbm Red Hat: 'netpbm' temporary file vulnerabilities  06 February 2004 
A number of temporary file bugs have been found in versions of NetPBM.These could allow a local user the ability to overwrite or create files asa different user who happens to run one of the the vulnerable utilities.
Red Hat: mailman Red Hat: 'mailman' XSS vulnerabilities  05 February 2004 
Dirk Mueller discovered a cross-site scripting bug in the admin interfacein versions of Mailman 2.1 before 2.1.4. The Common Vulnerabilities andExposures project ( has assigned the name CAN-2003-0965 tothis issue.
Red Hat: kernel Multiple vulnerabilities  03 February 2004 
Updated kernel packages are now available that fix a few security issues.
Red Hat: util-linux Login data leakage  03 February 2004 
In some situations, the login program could use a pointer that had beenfreed and reallocated.
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