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RedHat: 'OpenSSH' Passive analysis attack  30 November 2001 
These updates fix a bug in handling of restricted keys which mayallow users to bypass command restrictions by using subsystems and a subtlebug which might aid a passive analysis attack.
 
RedHat: PowerTools: Cyrus SASL format string vulnerability  29 November 2001 
These packages fix a possible format-string vulnerability in the defaultlogging callback function provided by libsasl.
 
RedHat: Cyrus SASL format string vulnerability  29 November 2001 
These packages fix a possible format-string vulnerability in thedefault logging callback function provided by libsasl.
 
RedHat: 'postfix' potential denial of service  28 November 2001 
Updated postfix packages are now availble that will fix a possible denialof service attack.
 
RedHat: 'wu-ftpd' buffer overrun vulnerability  27 November 2001 
Updated wu-ftpd packages are available to fix an overflowable buffer.
 
RedHat: Korean installation program creates files  13 November 2001 
Due to the kernel used in the Red Hat Linux 7.1 Korean installationprogram, some files are written by the installation program with the wrongpermissions.
 
RedHat: 'htdig' Multiple vulnerabilities  08 November 2001 
Updated ht://dig packages fix a DOS attack and a potential (yet unlikely)security problem.
 
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