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RedHat: BitchX denial of service vulnerability  06 July 2000 
A denial of service vulnerability exists in BitchX.
 
RedHat: man 'makewhatis' vulnerability  04 July 2000 
The makewhatis portion of the man package used files in /tmp in an insecure fashion.
 
RedHat PowerTools: Multiple local imwheel vulnerabilities  04 July 2000 
Access and process violations with imwheel package exist.
 
RedHat: UPDATE: Kernel update available  26 June 2000 
This new kernel release fixes a security hole that could affect any setuid program on the system.
 
RedHat: wu-ftpd update  23 June 2000 
Buffer overflow in wu-ftpd 2.6.0 and below fixed
 
RedHat PowerTools: Zope Vulnerabilities  22 June 2000 
Remote vulnerabilities exist with all Zope-2.0 releases.
 
RedHat: 2.2.16 Kernel Released  21 June 2000 
This new kernel release fixes a security hole that could affect any setuid program on the system. In addition, several accumulated fixes are included.
 
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