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Red Hat: 'inetd' vulnerability  30 January 2001 
The inetd server as shipped with Red Hat Linux 6.2 fails to close socketsfor internal services properly.
Red Hat: 'bind' vulnerabilities  29 January 2001 
Several security problems have been found in the bind 8.2.2 series.
Red Hat: 'micq' buffer overflow  25 January 2001 
New micq packages are available which fix a buffer overflow vulnerability.
Red Hat: 'php' updates  24 January 2001 
This update fixes several general problems with php3 and 4, along with some security holes in versions 4.0 through 4.0.4 of php.
Red Hat: 'icecast' format string vulnerability  24 January 2001 
There is a format string vulnerability in icecast that can allow a remote user to execute arbitrary code.
Red Hat: 'mysql' vulnerabilities  23 January 2001 
The MySQL database that shipped with Red Hat Linux 7 and the updates for ithave been reported by the MySQL authors to have security problems.
Red Hat: 'glibc' vulnerability  11 January 2001 
Because of a typo in glibc source RESOLV_HOST_CONF and RES_OPTIONS variables were not removed from environment for SUID/SGID programs.
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