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Red Hat: 'mysql' vulnerabilities  23 January 2001 
The MySQL database that shipped with Red Hat Linux 7 and the updates for ithave been reported by the MySQL authors to have security problems.
Red Hat: 'glibc' vulnerability  11 January 2001 
Because of a typo in glibc source RESOLV_HOST_CONF and RES_OPTIONS variables were not removed from environment for SUID/SGID programs.
RedHat: 'stunnel' vulnerabilities  21 December 2000 
This errata changes the default directory used forPID files to /var/run.
RedHat: UPDATE: 'mysql' vulnerabilities  20 December 2000 
The MySQL packages shipped in Red Hat Linux 7 and as updates had bugs whichcaused the DB engine to return bad results or crash.
RedHat: UPDATE: 'Zope' vulnerability  20 December 2000 
An issue involves incorrect protection of a data updating method on Imageand File objects has been fixed.
Red Hat: 'rp-pppoe' DoS  20 December 2000 
Bad TCP packets (e.g. a SYN packet with kind=3, len=0) over aPPP-over-Ethernet link could lock up rp-pppoe.
Red Hat: two 'gnupg' vulnerabilities  20 December 2000 
Updated gnupg packages are now available for Red Hat Linux 6.x and 7.
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