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RedHat: 'logwatch' Race condition vulnerability  05 April 2002 
Updated LogWatch packages are available that fix tmp file race conditionswhich can cause a local user to gain root privileges.
RedHat: 'PHP' Remote unauthorized access vulnerability  22 March 2002 
Updated PHP packages are available to fix vulnerabilities in the functionsthat parse multipart MIME data, which are used when uploading filesthrough forms.
RedHat: UPDATE: 'zlib' Denial of service vulnerability  22 March 2002 
Multiple fixes have been made to the previous advisory released.
RedHat: 'imlib' Potential unauthorized execution vulnerability  21 March 2002 
Updated imlib packages are now available for Red Hat Linux 6.2, 7,7.1 and 7.2 which fix potential problems loading untrusted images.
RedHat: 'cups' Buffer overflow vulnerability  15 March 2002 
A buffer overflow in the ippRead function of CUPS before version 1.1.14 mayallow attackers to execute arbitrary code via long attribute names orlanguage values.
RedHat: 'secureweb' mod_ssl Buffer overflow  13 March 2002 
Updated secureweb packages are now available for Red Hat Secure Web Server3.2 (U.S.). These updates close a buffer overflow in mod_ssl.
RedHat: 'zlib' Denial of service  11 March 2002 
This vulnerability makes it easy to perform various denial-of-service attacks against such programs. It is also possible that an attacker could manage a more significant exploit, such as running arbitrary code on the affected system.
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