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RedHat: minicom security format string exploit  09 May 2001 
The minicom program allows any user with local shell access to obtaingroup uucp priveledges.
 
Red Hat: 'nedit' vulnerability  08 May 2001 
nedit creates temporary files in an insecure fashion. This version has been patched to use mkstemp().
 
RedHat: mount permission vulnerability  02 May 2001 
Swap files could potentially be world-readable, meaning every user could read data in the swap file(s), possibly including passwords.
 
RedHat: kdelibs tmp file vulnerability and others  30 April 2001 
This can be abused by a local user to gain access to the X server and can result in a compromise of the account kdesu accesses.
 
RedHat: gftp format string vulnerability  23 April 2001 
Update to gftp version 2.0.8, which improvesfunctionality and fixes a format string vulnerability.
 
Red Hat: 'mgetty' update  20 April 2001 
Previously-issued mgetty packages did not log messages correctly. Previous packages would encounter errors when attempting to spool outgoing fax jobs. Log files for vgetty and vm were also not rotated.
 
Red Hat: FTP 'iptables' vulnerability  19 April 2001 
A security hole has been found that does not affect the default configuration of Red Hat Linux, but can affect some custom configurations of Red Hat Linux 7.1 only. The bug is specific to the Linux 2.4 kernel series.
 
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