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RedHat: 'groff' Buffer overflow vulnerability  14 January 2002 
New groff packages have been made available that fix an overflow in groff.If the printing system running this is a security issue, it is recommendedto update to the new, fixed packages.
RedHat: 'namazu' buffer overflow vulnerability  09 January 2002 
Updated namazu packages are available for Red Hat Linux 7.0J. Thesepackages fix cross-site scripting vulnerabilities. It also fixes a possiblebuffer overflow.
RedHat: 'exim' Uncontrolled program execution  08 January 2002 
Updated exim packages are available, which fix a problem when handling certain types of addresses with some configurations. The default configuration does not exhibit this problem.
RedHat: 'stunnel' Format string vulnerability  07 January 2002 
Updated stunnel packages are now available for Red Hat Linux 7.2. Theseupdates close a format-string vulnerability which is present in someearlier versions of stunnel.
RedHat: 'mutt' Remote buffer overflow  07 January 2002 
New mutt packages that fix an overflow in mutt's address parsing code areavailable. It is recommended that all mutt users update to the fixed packages.
RedHat: 'mailman' cross-site scripting vulnerability  02 January 2002 
Updated Mailman packages are now available for Red Hat Secure Web Server3.2 (U.S.). These updates fix cross-site scripting bugs which might allowanother server to be used to gain a user's private information from aserver running Mailman.
RedHat: 'namazu' cross-site scripting vulnerability  26 December 2001 
Updated namazu packages are available for Red Hat Linux 7.0J. Thesepackages fix cross-site scripting vulnerability.
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