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RedHat: 'screen' format string exploit  14 September 2000 
Security hole in screen in Red Hat Linux 5.2 and earlier releases
 
RedHat: Updated 'xpdf' packages available  14 September 2000 
There is a security problem when using tmpnam() and fopen() in versions prior to 0.91.
 
RedHat: Updated 'mgetty' packages available  11 September 2000 
The mgetty-sendfax package contains a vulnerability. Updated packages are available.
 
RedHat: UPDATE: glibc vulnerabilities  07 September 2000 
Several bugs were discovered in glibc which could allow local users togain root privileges.
 
RedHat: Updated 'usermode' packages available  30 August 2000 
Updated usermode packages are now available for Red Hat Linux 6.0, 6.1, and6.2.
 
RedHat: XChat vulnerability  23 August 2000 
XChat can pass URLs from IRC to a shell
 
Redhat: New mailx and perl packages available  21 August 2000 
Updated perl and mailx package are now available which fix a potentialexploit made possible by incorrect assumptions made in suidperl.
 
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