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RedHat: ghostscript arbitrary command execution vulnerability  02 June 2003 
A flaw in unpatched versions of Ghostscript before 7.07 allows malicious postscript files to execute arbitrary commands even with -dSAFER enabled.
RedHat: apache 2.0 denial of service vulnerability  29 May 2003 
A bug in Apache 2.0 through 2.0.45 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service, and may allow execution of arbitrary code.
RedHat: ptrace kernel vulnerabilitiy  29 May 2003 
A ptrace-related vulnerability has been discovered that could allow a local user to gain elevated (root) privileges without authorization.
RedHat: up2date multiple vulnerabilities  29 May 2003 
This release also includes an updated RHNS-CA-CERT file, which contains an additional CA certificate. This is needed so that up2date can continue to communicate with Red Hat Network once the current CA certificate reaches its August 2003 expiration date.
RedHat: CUPS denial of service vulnerability  28 May 2003 
Phil D'Amore of Red Hat discovered a vulnerability in the CUPS IPP implementation.
RedHat: gnupg key validation bug  21 May 2003 
Updated gnupg packages correcting a bug in the GnuPG key validation functions are now available.
RedHat: lv privilege escalation vulnerability  16 May 2003 
A bug has been found in versions of lv that read a .lv file in the current directory. Local attackers can use this to place an .lv file in any directory to which they have write access.
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