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Redhat: 'bash 1.x' vulnerability  27 November 2000 
The << operator in bash 1.x used predictable filenames, leading to a potentialdenial of service attack.
 
Redhat; 'ncurses' vulnerability  26 November 2000 
If you are any setuid applications that use ncurses and its cursor movementfunctionality, local users may gain access to the program's privileges.
 
RedHat: 'modutils' vulnerability  22 November 2000 
New modutils release addresses more local root compromise possibilities
 
Redhat: 'ghostscript' vulnerability  22 November 2000 
ghostscript makes use of mktemp instead of mkstemp to create temp files.
 
Redhat: 'openssh' vulnerability  22 November 2000 
Updated openssh packages are now available for Red Hat Linux 7.
 
Redhat: 'joe' update  20 November 2000 
Updated joe packages are available for Red Hat Linux 5.2, 6.x and 7.
 
Redhat: 'netscape' update  17 November 2000 
New Netscape packages are available that fix a buffer overflow in parsing HTML.
 
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