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RedHat: 'squid' Remote DoS vulnerabilities  26 February 2002 
New squid packages are available that fix various vulnerabilities. Some ofthese vulnerabilities could be used to perform a denial of service (DoS)attack or allow remote users to execute code as the user squid.
 
RedHat: 'ncurses4' Buffer overflow vulnerability  21 February 2002 
A problem has been found in ncurses version 5.0 that could cause a bufferoverflow. This overflow could be locally exploited if the library islinked into a program that runs setuid or setgid.
 
RedHat: 'ucd-snmp' Multiple remote vulnerabilities  12 February 2002 
These packages prevent possible denial of service attacks andsecurity breaches as discovered by the Oulu University Secure Programming Group.
 
RedHat: UPDATE: 'at' Heap corruption vulnerability  08 February 2002 
This updated at package fixes two minor problems and one majorproblem where the environment can get wiped out prior to the execution of ascheduled command.
 
RedHat: 'telnet' Buffer overflow vulnerability  07 February 2002 
These packages fix a problem where buffer overflows can provide root access to local users.
 
RedHat: UPDATE: 'rsync' Remote command execution  30 January 2002 
There was an error in the original bugfix patch for thesecurity problem - the new rsync could fail under some circumstances. Thishas been fixed in a new build.
 
RedHat: 'rsync' Remote command execution  26 January 2002 
There exist several signedness bugs within the rsync program which allow remote attackers to write 0-bytes to almost arbitrary stack-locations, therefore being able to control the programflow and obtaining a shell remotely.
 
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