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RedHat: 'joe' symlink vulnerability  27 November 2000 
Potential denial of service has been fixed in all current versions of Red Hat Linux.
 
RedHat: UPDATE: 'gnorpm' vulnerability  27 November 2000 
A significant number of bugs, including tmp file creation vulnerabilities have been fixed.
 
RedHat: 'usermode' vulnerability  27 November 2000 
The usermode package contains a potential format-string vulnerability.
 
RedHat: Apache and other updates  27 November 2000 
A vulnerability in the mod_rewrite module and vulnerabilities in thevirtual hosting facility in versions of Apache prior to 1.3.14 may allowattackers to view files on the server which are meant to be inaccessible.Format string vulnerabilities have been found in PHP versions 3 and 4.
 
RedHat7: 'cyrus-sasl' vulnerabilities  27 November 2000 
An error existed in the authorization checks in the version of cyrus-saslshipped with Red Hat Linux 7.
 
RedHat: 'nss_ldap' vulnerabilities  27 November 2000 
A race condition has been found in the nss_ldap package. On a systemrunning nscd, a malicious user can cause the system to hang.
 
RedHat7: 'openssh' vulnerability  27 November 2000 
An OpenSSH client will do agent or X11 forwarding at the request of a server, even if the user has not requested that it be done.
 
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