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Redhat: 'lpr' vulnerability  04 October 2000 
lpr has a format string security bug. It also mishandles any extension to the lpd communication protocol, and assumes that the instructions contained in the extension are a file it should try to print.
Redhat: 'LPRng' vulnerability  04 October 2000 
LPRng has a string format bug in the use_syslog function which could lead to root compromise.
Redhat: 'glint' vulnerability  20 September 2000 
glint blindly follows a symlink in /tmp, overwriting the target file, so it can conceivably be used to destroy any file on the system.
RedHat: 'syslogd' vulnerabilities  18 September 2000 
Various vulnerabilities exist in syslogd/klogd. By exploiting these vulnerabilities, it could be possible for local users to gain root access.
RedHat: 'screen' format string exploit  14 September 2000 
Security hole in screen in Red Hat Linux 5.2 and earlier releases
RedHat: Updated 'xpdf' packages available  14 September 2000 
There is a security problem when using tmpnam() and fopen() in versions prior to 0.91.
RedHat: Updated 'mgetty' packages available  11 September 2000 
The mgetty-sendfax package contains a vulnerability. Updated packages are available.
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