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RedHat: 'scrollkeeper' Tempfile vulnerability  02 September 2002 
Updated scrollkeeper packages are now available for Red Hat Linux 7.3 whichfix a tempfile vulnerability.
RedHat: PXE Server denial of service  30 August 2002 
It was found that the PXE server could be crashed using DHCP packets from some Voice Over IP (VOIP) phones. This bug could be used to cause a denial of service attack on remote systems by using malicious packets.
RedHat: ethereal multipule vulnerabilities  29 August 2002 
Ethereal is a package designed for monitoring network traffic on your system. Several security issues have been found in the Ethereal packages distributed with Red Hat Linux 7.2 and 7.3.
RedHat: mailman cross-site scripting vulnerability  23 August 2002 
Mailman versions prior to 2.0.12 contain a cross-site scriptingvulnerability in the processing of invalid requests to edit a subscriber'slist subscription options.
RedHat: 'kernel' Multiple vulnerabilities  21 August 2002 
This kernel update also fixes a difficult to trigger race inthe dcache (filesystem cache) code, as well as some potential securityholes, although we are not currently aware of any exploits.
RedHat: Bugzilla Vulnerabilities  21 August 2002 
Bugzilla is a bug-tracking system from There are approximately 9 vulnerabilities with Bugzilla. All users of Bugzilla are advised to upgrade to these errata packages containing Bugzilla version 2.14.3 which is not vulnerable to these issues.
RedHat: PHP mail vulnerability  20 August 2002 
PHP versions 4.0.5 through 4.1.0 in safe mode do not properly cleanse the 5th parameter to the mail() function. This vulnerability allows local users and possibly remote attackers to execute arbitrary commands via shell metacharacters.
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