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RedHat: UPDATE: glibc resolver vulnerabilities  04 October 2002 
A read buffer overflow vulnerability exists in the glibc resolver code in versions of glibc up to and including 2.2.5. The vulnerability is triggered by DNS packets larger than 1024 bytes and can cause applications to crash.
RedHat: 'unzip/tar' Directory traversal vulnerability  29 September 2002 
The unzip and tar utilities contain vulnerabilities which can allowarbitrary files to be overwritten during archive extraction.
RedHat: 'Zope' Multiple vulnerabilities  25 September 2002 
Updated Zope packages are available which fix a number of security issues
RedHat: gaim url handler vulnerability  10 September 2002 
Versions of gaim prior to 0.59.1 contain a bug in the URL handler of the manual browser option. A link can be carefully crafted to contain an arbitrary shell script which will be executed if the user clicks on the link.
RedHat: 'wordtrans' Multiple remote vulnerabilities  09 September 2002 
Updated wordtrans packages are now available for Red Hat Linux 7.3 whichfix remote vulnerabilities in wordtrans-web.
RedHat: 'scrollkeeper' Tempfile vulnerability  02 September 2002 
Updated scrollkeeper packages are now available for Red Hat Linux 7.3 whichfix a tempfile vulnerability.
RedHat: PXE Server denial of service  30 August 2002 
It was found that the PXE server could be crashed using DHCP packets from some Voice Over IP (VOIP) phones. This bug could be used to cause a denial of service attack on remote systems by using malicious packets.
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