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RedHat: Powertools: 'gaim' Jabber plug-in vulnerability  06 August 2002 
Updated gaim packages are now available for Red Hat Powertools 7.These updates fix a buffer overflow in the Jabber plug-in module.
RedHat: 'util-linux' Password locking race condition  29 July 2002 
A locally exploitable vulnerability is present in the util-linux packageshipped with Red Hat Linux
RedHat: 'glibc' Buffer overflow vulnerability  25 July 2002 
Updated glibc packages are available to fix two vulnerabilities in theresolver functions. A buffer overflow vulnerability has been found in the way the glibc resolver handles the resolution of network names and addresses via DNS
RedHat: 'mod_ssl' Buffer overflow vulnerability  16 July 2002 
Updated mod_ssl packages are now available for Red Hat Linux 7, 7.1, 7.2,and 7.3. These updates incorporate a fix for an incorrect bounds check inversions of mod_ssl up to and including version 2.8.9.
Redhat: Squid Multiple Vulnerabilities  04 July 2002 
A problem was found in the code used by Squid to handle compressed DNSreplies where a malicious DNS server could cause Squid to crash. This bugis fixed in the 2.4.STABLE6 release of Squid.
RedHat: 'mailman' XSS Vulnerability  27 June 2002 
Updated mailman packages are now available for Red Hat Secure Web Server3.2 (U.S.). These updates resolve a cross-site scripting vulnerabilitypresent in versions of Mailman prior to 2.0.11.
RedHat: 'OpenSSH' Input validation vulnerability  27 June 2002 
Updated openssh packages are now available for Red Hat Linux 7, 7.1, 7.2,and 7.3. These updates fix an input validation error in OpenSSH.
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