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Redhat: Kerberos vulnerabilities  17 May 2000 
Denial of service and buffer overflow vulnerabilities present.
KNapster Vulnerability  11 May 2000 
It is possible for anyone to obtain any user-readable file by sending a properly formed "GET" command that contains the full path of the file. This vulnerability exists because knapster fails to check that the requested file is an explicitly shared MP3 file before providing it.
Red Hat, Inc. Bug Fix Advisory  11 May 2000 
Various bugs in the SGML tools shipped with Red Hat Linux 6.2have been fixed. These include: the install-catalog script could not properly remove some catalogs, the docbook-3.0 catalog entry references non-existent files, the stylesheets have a bug that causes problems when producing tex output
RedHat 6.2: Potential kernel vulnerabilities  29 April 2000 
Several problems were discovered in the kernel shipped in Red Hat Linux 6.2.Updated kernel packages are available for download now.
RedHat 6.2: UPDATED: Piranha web GUI exposure  24 April 2000 
The GUI portion of Piranha may allow any remote attacker to execute commands on the server.
RedHat 6.x: imwheel buffer overflow  21 April 2000 
A vulnerability exists in the imwheel package where local users can executearbitrary commands as root.
RedHat 6.x: Vulnerability with openldap  21 April 2000 
Local users can destroy the contents of any file on any mounted filesystem.
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