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RedHat: 'teTeX' temporary file handling vulnerability  30 October 2001 
Updated teTeX packages are available, fixing a temporary file handling vulnerability and an insecure invocation of dvips in a print filter.
RedHat: Printing system information compromise  26 October 2001 
Ghostscript, apostscript interpreter, can read arbitrary system files with the samepermissions as the print spooler, potentially exposing the system to aninformation compromise.
RedHat: 'mod_auth_pgsql' string vulnerability  24 October 2001 
These updates close a vulnerability which would allow a malicious client tocause a Web server to execute arbitrary SQL statements.
RedHat: 'squid' FTP-based DoS  22 October 2001 
New squid packages are available that fix a potential DoS in Squid's FTPhandling code. It is recommened that squid users update to the fixedpackages.
RedHat: 'diffutils'  20 October 2001 
A temporary file handling vulnerability in the sdiff program has been fixed.
RedHat: 'openssh' Unauthorized access vulnerability  19 October 2001 
pdated openssh packages are now available for Red Hat Linux 7 and 7.1.These packages fix a vulnerability which may allow unauthorized users tolog in from hosts that have been denied access.
RedHat: 'kernel' ptrace vulnerability  19 October 2001 
A vulnerability has been found in the ptrace code of the kernel (ptrace isthe part that allows program debuggers to run) that could be abused bylocal users to gain root privileges.
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