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RedHat: 'openssh' Unauthorized access vulnerability  08 March 2002 
Updated openssh packages are now available for Red Hat Linux 7, 7.1, and7.2 which close a remotely-exploitable vulnerability in sshd.
RedHat: mod_ssl Buffer overflow vulnerability  07 March 2002 
Updated mod_ssl packages for Red Hat Linux 7, 7.1, and7.2 are available which close a buffer overflow in mod_ssl.
RedHat: 'radiusd-cistron' Multiple vulnerabilities  04 March 2002 
Various vulnerabilities have been found in CistronRADIUS as well as other RADIUS servers and clients.In versions of Cistron RADIUS 1.6.5 and earlier, malformed packets could beused to gain additional privileges.
RedHat: 'PHP' Multiple vulnerabilities  28 February 2002 
Updated PHP packages are available to fix vulnerabilities in the functionsthat parse multipart MIME data, which are used when uploading filesthrough forms.
RedHat: 'kernel' IRC Connection tracking vulnerability  27 February 2002 
The Linux Netfilter team has found a problem in the "IRC connectiontracking" component of the firewall within the linux kernel. This problemaffects Red Hat Linux versions 7.1 and 7.2.
RedHat: 'squid' Remote DoS vulnerabilities  26 February 2002 
New squid packages are available that fix various vulnerabilities. Some ofthese vulnerabilities could be used to perform a denial of service (DoS)attack or allow remote users to execute code as the user squid.
RedHat: 'ncurses4' Buffer overflow vulnerability  21 February 2002 
A problem has been found in ncurses version 5.0 that could cause a bufferoverflow. This overflow could be locally exploited if the library islinked into a program that runs setuid or setgid.
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