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RedHat: netscape JavaScript vulnerability  10 April 2001 
A remote site could gain access to the browser history, and possibly other data.
RedHat: UPDATE: 'pine' tmp file creation vulnerability  10 April 2001 
These new updated packages fix temporary file creation issuesin the pine mail client and the pico text editor that comes with pine.
Red Hat: 'ntpd' buffer overflow  08 April 2001 
The Network Time Daemon (xntpd on Red Hat Linux 6.2 and earlier, ntpd on Red Hat Linux 7.0) does not properly check the size of a buffer used to hold incoming data from the network.
Red Hat: 'openssh' vulnerability  02 April 2001 
This update fixes problems with the init script and the PAM configuration file.
Red Hat: Kerberos 5 vulnerability  27 March 2001 
Updated Kerberos 5 packages are now available for Red Hat Linux 6 and 7. These packages fix a vulnerability in the handling of Kerberos IV ticket files. Updated pam_krb5 packages are now available for Red Hat Linux 7.
Red Hat: 'openssh' update  27 March 2001 
Updated openssh packages are now available for Red Hat Linux 7. These packages reduce the amount of information a passive attacker can deduce from observing an encrypted session.
RedHat: 'licq' vulnerabilities  21 March 2001 
licq as shipped with Red Hat Linux 7 is vulnerable to two security problems: An overrunnable buffer in its logging code, and an unguarded system() call to execute an external browser when receiving an URL.
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