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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.
 
RedHat: 'vim' vulnerability  21 March 2001 
Updated vim packages fixing a security problem are available.
 
RedHat: 'sudo' buffer overflow  21 March 2001 
An overrunnable buffer exists in sudo versions prior to 1.6.3p6
 
Red Hat: 'sgml-tools' vulnerability  15 March 2001 
Temporary files (in the sgml-tools package) were created without any special permissions, and so in most cases would be world-readable.
 
Red Hat: 'mutt' format string vulnerability  15 March 2001 
An example of a 'format string' vulnerability was present in the IMAP code in versions of mutt previous to 1.2.5.
 
Red Hat: 'slrn' overflow  14 March 2001 
An overflow exists in the article wrapping code for slrn.
 
Red Hat: 'joe' vulnerability  03 March 2001 
When starting, joe looks for a configuration file in the current working directory, the user's home directory, and /etc/joe. A malicious user can use a symlink attack by putting a file in the cwd if it is world writable.
 
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