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Red Hat: 'Zope' vulnerability  12 December 2000 
Vulnerability in legacy names allows calling those contructors without thecorrect permissions.
 
Red Hat: 'ed' vulnerability  11 December 2000 
The ed editor used files in /tmp in an insecure fashion.
 
Redhat: 'diskcheck' race condition [UPDATED]  05 December 2000 
A race vulnerability exists in the diskcheck package.
 
Redhat: 'tcsh' symlink vulnerability  01 December 2000 
Versions 6.09 and below of tcsh are vulnerable to a symbolic link attack.
 
Redhat: 'pam' update  01 December 2000 
Updated PAM packages are now available for Red Hat Linux 6.x and 7.
 
RedHat: 'ethereal' buffer overflow  29 November 2000 
Versions of Ethereal prior to 0.8.14 are vulnerable to buffer overflows.The ethereal-0.8.14 packages correct this problem.
 
Redhat: 'ghostscript' vulnerabilities  28 November 2000 
ghostscript makes use of mktemp instead of mkstemp to create temp files;and also uses improper LD_RUN_PATH values
 
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