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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.
RedHat: 'DocBook' Insecure access vulnerability  01 May 2002 
The default stylesheet used when converting a DocBook document tomultiple HTML files allows an untrusted document to write filesoutside of the current directory.
RedHat: 'icecast' Multiple vulnerabilities  25 April 2002 
Updated icecast packages are available which fix a number of security issues.
RedHat: 'sudo' Local buffer overflow vulnerability  25 April 2002 
Updated sudo packages are available which fix a local root exploit.
RedHat Powertools: 'sudo' Local buffer overflow vulnerability  25 April 2002 
Updated sudo packages are available which fix a local root exploit.
RedHat: 'tcpdump' Remote root vulnerability  09 April 2002 
Updated tcpdump, libpcap, and arpwatch packages are available for RedHat Linux 6.2 and 7.x. These updates close vulnerabilitiespresent in versions of tcpdump up to 3.5.1 and various other bugs.
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