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RedHat: mopd-linux buffer overflow  09 August 2000 
A buffer overflow has been discovered in all releases of mopd-linuxincluded in the 6.0, 6.1, and 6.2 releases of Powertools.
RedHat: ntop vulnerability  08 August 2000 
The version of ntop which was included in Red Hat Powertools 6.2 has aremote exploit in which arbitrary files can be read on the host machine.
RedHat: umb-scheme vulnerability  08 August 2000 
The umb-scheme package included with Red Hat Linux 6.2 included twoworld-writable files.
RedHat: mailx and perl vulnerabilities  08 August 2000 
Updated perl and mailx package are now available which fix a potentialexploit made possible by incorrect assumptions made in suidperl.
RedHat: mailman vulnerability  03 August 2000 
New mailman packages are available which close security holes presentin earlier versions of mailman.
RedHat: netscape vulnerability  31 July 2000 
New netscape packages are available that fix a potential overflow due to improper input verification in netscape's JPEGprocessing code.
RedHat: gpm vulnerability  26 July 2000 
Multiple security problems and a gpmctl vulnerability exists.
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