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Red Hat: two 'gnupg' vulnerabilities  20 December 2000 
Updated gnupg packages are now available for Red Hat Linux 6.x and 7.
Red Hat: 'slocate' heap overflow  19 December 2000 
By using a carefully crafted database, a local user could overwrite some of slocate's internal structures, leading to a local group slocate compromise.
Red Hat: 'stunnel' vulnerability  19 December 2000 
Stunnel version 3.8 (and earlier) contained a format-stringvulnerability. Version 3.9 closes this vulnerability.
RedHat: Zope-Hotfix vulnerability  18 December 2000 
A new Zope-Hotfix package is availble which fixes issues with computationof local roles.
Red Hat: 'Bitchx' vulnerability  13 December 2000 
New BitchX packages are available which fix the problem with processingmalformed DNS answers.
Red Hat: 'Zope' vulnerability  12 December 2000 
Vulnerability in legacy names allows calling those contructors without thecorrect permissions.
Red Hat: 'ed' vulnerability  11 December 2000 
The ed editor used files in /tmp in an insecure fashion.
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