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Mandrake Under some circumstances, users are able to snoop on other users' keystrokes.

        Linux-Mandrake Security Update


Package: xemacs

Problem: from the Caldera advisory : under some circumstances, users
are able to snoop on other users' keystrokes. This is a serious
problems if you use modules that require e.g. input of passwords, such
as MailCrypt. Please upgrade to:

2068421c1100bcbfe92874847cd34905  7.0/RPMS/xemacs-21.1.9-7mdk.i586.rpm
1cc69e20eb911c190eed51be3f32e922  7.0/SRPMS/xemacs-21.1.9-7mdk.src.rpm

Affected versions: 7.0

To upgrade automatically, use « MandrakeUpdate ». If want to upgrade
manually, download the updated package from one of our FTP server
mirrors and uprade with "rpm -Uvh package_name". All mirrors are
listed on Updated packages are
available in the "updates/" directory.

For example, if you are looking for an updated RPM package for
Mandrake 7.0, look for it in: updates/7.0/RPMS/

Note: we give the md5 sum for each package. It lets you check the
integrity of the downloaded package by running the md5sum command on
the package ("md5sum package.rpm").
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