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RedHat 6.2: UPDATED: Piranha web GUI exposure  24 April 2000 
The GUI portion of Piranha may allow any remote attacker to execute commands on the server.
RedHat 6.x: imwheel buffer overflow  21 April 2000 
A vulnerability exists in the imwheel package where local users can executearbitrary commands as root.
RedHat 6.x: Vulnerability with openldap  21 April 2000 
Local users can destroy the contents of any file on any mounted filesystem.
RedHat: gpm privilege problem  12 April 2000 
gpm-root (part of the gpm packge) fails to drop gid 0 priviledges when executing user commands.
RedHat: nmh vulnerability  07 March 2000 
By creating specially formed MIME headers, it was possibleto have nmh's 'mhshow' utility execute arbitrary shell code.
RedHat: userhelper vulnerability  07 March 2000 
A security bug was found in userhelper; the bug can be exploited to provide local users with root access.
RedHat: Two vulnerabilities in lpd  07 March 2000 
Authentication and configuration vulnerabilities that could lead to a root compromise exist.
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