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RedHat: kernel ptrace vulnerability  17 March 2003 
Updated kernel packages for Red Hat Linux 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, and 8.0 are now available. These packages fix a ptrace-related vulnerability that can lead to elevated privileges.
RedHat: rxvt multiple vulnerabilities  17 March 2003 
Updated rxvt packages are available which fix a number of vulnerabilities in the handling of escape sequences.
RedHat: Gnome-lokkit missing rules  17 March 2003 
Updated Gnome-lokkit packages fix missing FORWARD ruleset in Red Hat Linux 8.0.
RedHat: file buffer overflow vulnerability  07 March 2003 
Updated file packages are available to close a buffer overflow vulnerability.
RedHat: OpenSSL timing-based attack vulnerability  06 March 2003 
This update fixes a timing-based attack on CBC cipher suites used in SSL and TLS which OpenSSL was found to be vulnerable to.
RedHat: insecure tmp file vulnerability  06 March 2003 
New im packages are available that fix the insecure handling of temporary files.
RedHat: squirrelmail multiple XSS vulnerabilities  06 March 2003 
Two vulnerabilities have been found that affect versions of SquirrelMail shipped with Red Hat Linux 8.0.
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