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RedHat: samba password buffer overflow vulnerability  22 November 2002 
There was a bug in the length checking for encrypted password change requests from clients.
RedHat: 'kernel' DoS Vulnerability  16 November 2002 
The kernel in Red Hat Linux 7.1, 7.1K, 7.2, 7.3, and 8.0 are vulnerable toa local denial of service attack. Updated packages are available whichaddress this vulnerability, as well as bugs in several drivers.
RedHat: Alert: BIND 4/8 Vulnerabilities  13 November 2002 
Versions of Red Hat Linux since 7.1, and Red Hat Linux Advanced Servershipped with BIND 9 are are therefore not vulnerable to these issues.
RedHat: 'php' Unauthorized access  11 November 2002 
PHP versions up to and including 4.2.2 contain vulnerabilities in the mail()function allowing local script authors to bypass safe mode restrictionsand possibly allowing remote attackers to insert arbitrary mail headers andcontent into the message.
RedHat: kerberos buffer overflow vulnerability  07 November 2002 
A remotely exploitable stack buffer overflow has been found in the Kerberos v4 compatibility administration daemon distributed with the Red Hat Linux krb5 packages.
RedHat: UPDATE: glibc resolver vulnerabilities  07 November 2002 
These are the updated glibc packages are available to fix a buffer overflow in the resolver.
RedHat: ypserv memory leak  24 October 2002 
When someone requests a map that doesn't exist, a previous mapname may be leaked. Repeated runs will result in the yp server using more and more memory, and running more slowly. It could also result in ypserv being killed due to the system being out of memory.
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