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Redhat: GnuPG update  20 October 2000 
A verification bug has been found in GnuPG versions up to and including 1.0.3.
Redhat: 'ping' update  18 October 2000 
This update fixes various issues in ping including a possible buffer overflow.
Redhat: 'gnorpm' update [UPDATED]  11 October 2000 
A locally-exploitable security hole was found where a normal user could trick root running GnoRPM into writing to arbitrary files due to a bug in the gnorpm tmp file handling.
Redhat: 'usermode' update  09 October 2000 
Updated usermode packages are now available for Red Hat Linux 6.x and 7.
Redhat: 'tmpwatch' vulnerability  07 October 2000 
tmpwatch as shipped in Red Hat Linux 6.1, 6.2, and 7.0 uses fork() to recursively process subdirectories, enabling a local user to perform a denial of service attack.
RedHat: 'traceroute' suid root vulnerability  06 October 2000 
A root exploit and several additional bugs in traceroute have beencorrected.
RedHat: 'esound' vulnerability  06 October 2000 
Esound, the Gnome sound server, contains a race condition that a malicioususer could exploit to change permissions of any file owned by the esounduser.
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