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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.
 
RedHat 6.2: Kerberos 5 vulnerability  15 June 2000 
A number of possible buffer overruns were found in libraries includedin the affected packages. A denial-of-service vulnerability was also foundin the ksu program.
 
RedHat: New emacs packages available  15 June 2000 
With emacs < 20.7, unprivileged local users can eavesdrop the communication between Emacs and its subprocesses.
 
RedHat 6.x: kdelibs vulnerability  07 June 2000 
kdelibs vulnerability for suid-root KDE applications
 
RedHat 6.1: New majordomo package available  31 May 2000 
A vulnerability in resend and wrapper will allow execution of arbitrary commands with elevated privileges.
 
Red Hat Secure Web Server 3.0-3.2: mailmail vulnerability  24 May 2000 
New mailman packages are available which close security holes present in earlier versions of mailman.
 
RedHat 6.2: Bugs in SSL certificate validation  19 May 2000 
These new packages fix bugs in SSL certificate validation; these bugs could allow for the compromising of encrypted SSL sessions.
 
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