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Red Hat: 'joe' vulnerability  03 March 2001 
When starting, joe looks for a configuration file in the current working directory, the user's home directory, and /etc/joe. A malicious user can use a symlink attack by putting a file in the cwd if it is world writable.
 
Red Hat: 'zope' vulnerabilities  26 February 2001 
New Zope packages are available which fix numerous security vulnerabilities. This advisory supercedes all other Zope and Zope-Hotfix advisories from Red Hat, Inc.
 
Red Hat: 'analog' buffer overflow  23 February 2001 
Updated analog packages are available which fix a buffer overflow vulnerability.
 
Red Hat: 'vixie-cron' buffer overflow  19 February 2001 
New vixie-cron packages are available that fix a buffer overflow in the 'crontab' command; this could allow certain users to gain elevated privileges.
 
Red Hat: three 'kernel' vulnerabilities  09 February 2001 
Three security holes fixed in new kernel, and several other updates and bug fixes have been applied as well.
 
Red Hat 7.0: 'XEmacs' vulnerability  06 February 2001 
The XEmacs package as shipped with Red Hat Linux 7 has a security problemwith gnuserv and gnuclient, due to a buffer overflow and weak security.
 
Red Hat 6.2: 'XEmacs' vulnerability  06 February 2001 
The XEmacs package as shipped with Red Hat PowerTools 6.2 has a securityproblem with gnuserv and gnuclient, due to a buffer overflow and weaksecurity.
 
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