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RedHat: Update: OpenSSH Buffer manipulation vulnerabilities  17 September 2003 
Updated packages are now available to fix additional buffer manipulationproblems which were fixed in OpenSSH 3.7.1.
RedHat: KDE Multiple vulnerabilities  16 September 2003 
Updated KDE packages that resolve a local security issue with KDM PAMsupport and weak session cookie generation are now available.
RedHat: openssh buffer management error  16 September 2003 
A bug has been found in OpenSSH's buffer handling where a buffer could be marked as grown when the actual reallocation failed.
RedHat: pine buffer overflow vulnerability  11 September 2003 
A buffer overflow exists in the way unpatched versions of Pine prior to4.57 handle the 'message/external-body' type.
RedHat: GtkHTML denial of service vulnerability  11 September 2003 
Alan Cox discovered that certain malformed messages could causethe Evolution mail component to crash due to a null pointer dereference inthe GtkHTML library.
Red Hat: 'httpd' vulnerabilities  05 September 2003 
Updated httpd packages that fix several minor security issues are nowavailable for Red Hat Linux 8.0 and 9.
Red Hat: 'up2date' required update  29 August 2003 
New versions of the up2date and rhn_register clients are available andare required for continued access to Red Hat Network.
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