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Redhat: 'modutils' vulnerability  16 November 2000 
modutils, a package that helps the kernel automatically load kernel modules(device drivers etc.) when they're needed, could be abused to execute codeas root.
 
Redhat: 'bind' DoS vulnerability  11 November 2000 
A remote DoS (denial of service) attack is possible with bind versions prior to 8.2.2_P7.
 
Redhat: 'pine' and 'imap' updates  10 November 2000 
Updated pine and imap packages are available for Red Hat Linux 5.2, 6.x and 7.
 
Redhat: 'usermode' update  10 November 2000 
Becauseprograms invoked by userhelper are not actually running setuid-root,security measures built into recent versions of glibc are not active.
 
RedHat: 'usermode' format-string vulnerability  09 November 2000 
A malicious user can use the LANG or LC_ALL environment variable to create a format-string exploit.
 
Redhat: 'dump' update  02 November 2000 
The Red Hat 7.0 dump is being released for Red Hat 6.x and Red Hat 5.x in order to remove root setuid bits to prevent a known dump exploit.
 
Redhat; 'nss_ldap' race condition  27 October 2000 
A race condition has been found in the nss_ldap package. On a system running nscd, a malicious user can cause the system to hang.
 
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