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RH6.1: syslogd (RHSA-1999:055-01)  07 December 1999 
A denial of service attack exists in the system log daemon, syslogd.
RH6.1: bind (RHSA-1999:054-01)  07 December 1999 
Several security vulnerabilities exist in the DNS server, 'bind'.
RH6.1: ypserv (RHSA-1999:046-01)  07 December 1999 
The ypserv package, which contains the ypserv NIS server and the yppasswdd password-change server, has been discovered to have security holes.
RH6.1: lpr (RHSA-1999:041-03)  07 December 1999 
There are potential problems with file access checking in the lpr and lpd programs. These could allow users to potentially print files they do not have access to. Also, there are bugs in remote printing in the lpd that shipped with Red Hat Linux 6.1.
RH6.1: wu-ftpd (RHSA-1999:043-01)  07 December 1999 
Various computer security groups have reported security problems in the WU-FTPD daemon, the FTP server shipped with all versions of Red Hat Linux.
RH6.1: screen (RHSA-1999:042-01)  07 December 1999 
Screen uses ptys with world read/write permissions.
RH6.1: PAM (RHSA-1999:040-01)  07 December 1999 
Under some network configurations PAM (Pluggable Authentication Modules) will fail to lock access to disabled NIS accounts.
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