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RedHat: Two vulnerabilities in lpd  07 March 2000 
Authentication and configuration vulnerabilities that could lead to a root compromise exist.
 
RH4.x-6.x:New lpr packages available  11 January 2000 
New lpr packages are available to fix two security problems in lpd.
 
RH6.1:New version of usermode fixes security bug  10 January 2000 
A security bug has been discovered and fixed in the userhelper program.
 
RH6.1: ORBit, esound, gnome-core (RHSA-1999:058-01)  07 December 1999 
ORBit and gnome-session each contained a denial-of-service hole. ORBit and esound each contained a security hole.
 
RH6.1: initscripts (RHSA-1999:052-04)  07 December 1999 
One security bug and several functionality bugs have been fixed in a new release of initscripts.
 
RH6.1: syslogd (RHSA-1999:055-01)  07 December 1999 
A denial of service attack exists in the system log daemon, syslogd.
 
RH6.1: bind (RHSA-1999:054-01)  07 December 1999 
Several security vulnerabilities exist in the DNS server, 'bind'.
 
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