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RedHat: 'glibc' buffer overflow vulnerability  15 December 2001 
Updated glibc packages are available to fix an overflowable bufferand for 7.x to fix a couple of non-security related bugs.
 
RedHat: 'secureweb' directory listing vulnerability  07 December 2001 
These updates close a potential security hole which would present clientswith a listing of the contents of a directory instead of the contents of anindex file or the proper error message.
 
RedHat: 'apache' Unauthorized access vulnerability  04 December 2001 
A potential security bug which would present clients with alisting of the contents of a directory instead of the contents of an indexfile, or in case of an error, the error message, has been fixed.
 
RedHat: 'OpenSSH' Privilege escalation vulnerability  04 December 2001 
OpenSSH configurations using the 'UseLogin' directive permits privilege escalation
 
RedHat: 'OpenSSH' Passive analysis attack  30 November 2001 
These updates fix a bug in handling of restricted keys which mayallow users to bypass command restrictions by using subsystems and a subtlebug which might aid a passive analysis attack.
 
RedHat: PowerTools: Cyrus SASL format string vulnerability  29 November 2001 
These packages fix a possible format-string vulnerability in the defaultlogging callback function provided by libsasl.
 
RedHat: Cyrus SASL format string vulnerability  29 November 2001 
These packages fix a possible format-string vulnerability in thedefault logging callback function provided by libsasl.
 
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