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RedHat: 'fetchmail' incorrect bounds checking  10 September 2001 
If a server sends fetchmail anegative number, fetchmail will attempt to write data outside the bounds ofthe array.
RedHat: 'OpenLDAP' remote server vulnerability  09 August 2001 
When subjected to the PROTOS LDAPv3 test suite, versions ofOpenLDAP 1.2 through 1.2.11 and 2.0 through 2.0.7 were found tohave vulnerabilities which could be exploited by causing themto attempt to decode an improperly encoded request.
RedHat: 'kerberos' buffer overflow vulnerabilities  09 August 2001 
These updates close vulnerabilities due to potential bufferoverflows in the Kerberos-aware telnet server included in thekrb5-workstation package.
Red Hat: telnet buffer overflow  09 August 2001 
These packages fix a problem where buffer overflows can provide root access to local users.
RedHat: 'squid' unauthorized access vulnerability  20 July 2001 
If Squid wasconfigured in accelerator-only mode, it was possible for remote usersto portscan machines through the Squid proxy, potentially allowing foraccess to machines not otherwise available.
RedHat: 'procmail' unsafe signal handling  20 July 2001 
Procmail, an autonomous mail processor, as shipped in Red Hat Linux 5.2,6.2, 7, and 7.1, handles signals unsafely.
Red Hat: 'squid' ACL bypass vulnerability  19 July 2001 
New squid packages are available for Red Hat Linux 7.0 that fix a possible security problem with Squid's HTTP accelerator feature.
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