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RedHat: 'mozilla' Unauthorized access vulnerability  15 May 2002 
One component of the XML Extras package in Mozilla 0.9.9 andearlier allows remote attackers to read arbitrary files and listdirectories on a client system.
 
RedHat: 'sharutils' Privilege escalation vulnerability  14 May 2002 
Updated packages for sharutils are available which fix potential privilegeescalation using the uudecode utility.
 
RedHat: 'perl-Digest-MD5' Improper MD5 values  10 May 2002 
Updated perl-Digest-MD5 packages are available which work around a bug inthe utf8 interaction between perl-Digest-MD5 and Perl.
 
RedHat: 'netfilter' Information leak vulnerability  09 May 2002 
This bug only affects users using the Network Address Translationfeatures of firewalls built with netfilter ("iptables"). Red HatLinux's firewall configuration tools use "ipchains," and thoseconfigurations are not vulnerable to this bug.
 
RedHat: 'mod_python' Unauthorized access vulnerability  09 May 2002 
Updated mod_python packages have been made available for Red Hat Linux 7.2and 7.3. These updates close a security issue in mod_python which allowsthe publisher handler to use modules which have only been indirectly imported.
 
RedHat: 'Nautilus' Symlink vulnerability  02 May 2002 
The Nautilus file manager in Red Hat Linux 7.2 has a symlink vulnerability.
 
RedHat: 'mod_python' Unauthorized access vulnerability  02 May 2002 
Updated mod_python packages have been made available for Red Hat Linux 7.2.These updates close a security issue in mod_python which allows thepublisher handler to use modules which have only been indirectly imported.
 
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